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Charlotte, North Carolina / Immigration / Deportation Battle #1124283

NBC Evening News for Sunday, May 06, 2018
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Report introduced.

(Charlotte, North Carolina: Pete Williams) The election battle in Charlotte, North Carolina, over the issue of the deportation of immigrants examined; details given about the case of an Honduran immigrant in which county help was used to enforce federal immigration laws; scenes shown from Mecklenberg County, North Carolina. [Immigration attorney Maureen ABELL†- says "suspected" criminals get caught up, too.] [County Sheriff Irwin CARMICHAEL††- lists the three crime for which they are arrested.] [Mecklenberg County sheriff candidate Garry McFADDEN†- says these rules keep people from reporting serious crimes.] [Mecklenberg County sheriff candidate Antoine ENSLEY†- defends the people as community builders.]

Snow, Kate;
Williams, Pete

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