Sunday, January 26, 2014

Amazing Hatred for Justin Bieber:13,000 Petition US deportation

More than 13,000 signatures in less than 24 hours petition the White House to banish Canadian singer Justin Bieber, who is on bail on Thursday for driving speeding and under the influence of alcohol and other substances in Miami. Osaseye attached the petition below for you to see the amazing level of hatred for Bieber.

Trouble as more than 13,000 people signed the White House deportation of Justin Bieber

"We the people of the United States, feel that we are not well represented in the world of pop culture. We would like to see the dangerous, foolish, destructive, and drug user Justin Bieber deported and their residence permit revoked "reads Note, registered in the requests section of the citizens of the website of the White House "We The People". 

He adds, "(Bieber) is not only a threat to the safety of our people but is also a bad influence on our young people We the people, we want Justin Bieber out of our society.".

The "We The People" (We the People) section, whose name refers to the beginning of the preamble of the U.S. Constitution, operates since 2011 as a tool for government to be open to the views of citizens. 

A team from the White House study requests that meet the required number of signatures (it needs 86,000 more for February 22) and comply with the rules, then decide which body gives a formal response to the complaint. 

The arrest on Thursday of Bieber has generated much debate in the U.S. whether, under the same conditions, another immigrant like him, legal or not, and would not have been deported to their country of origin. 
The arrest in Miami was the straw that broke the camel, but the issue that most threatens the immigration status of the singer is not driving while intoxicated but if vandalism which is being investigated . 

The reprehensible behavior of teen idol was also news last week, when police searched his home in Los Angeles after a neighbor denounced by throwing eggs against your property . 

During this operation, eight people, including Bieber, were retained within the home and one of them, the young rapper Lil Za, was arrested for possession of drugs , particularly cocaine, officers found "view", while not relationship between narcotics and the Canadian singer was established. 

While this research is ongoing, Bieber will have to declare on Monday in Miami before the judge to clarify the actual levels of alcohol had the singer when he was stopped for driving at excessive speed. 

A permanent resident alien (green card) or temporary visa, as is the case of Bieber, may be deported in U.S. if you are convicted of an aggravated felony, such as robbery , although related to the possession of drugs may also lead to the expulsion. 

Immigration experts who have reviewed the case in the newspapers and televisions U.S. agree that Bieber could only be deported if convicted of any of the charges, and even then, are skeptical about the possibility of deportation, because the international star is in economic conditions to get the best lawyers. 

U.S. resides Bieber an O-1 visa, which the U.S. Awarded to those who have "an excellent ability in the sciences, arts, education, business or sports." 

The debate on the possible deportation of Bieber has perplexed many Americans, who assumed that the young pop star was born in the U.S. 


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