Well, first, I'm always a little suspect of commentators that always seem to know, or happen across, someone whose story serves as a perfect example of the point the commentator is trying to make. I feel much more secure when the commentator drops the pretense and flat out says, "[the unidentified but always present] They told me ..."
Second, Ms Cosman has a long history of characterizing illegal immigrants as the personification of social illness. This article talks about domestic violence is L.A. Yes, someone died horribly; but on any given day, thousands of women are abused by men, the vast majority of whom are US citizens. Yet she does not feel the need to comment on theses cases, only those that support her biased view.
In a recent article, Cosman betrays her irrationale bias by asking the question "Could an Illegal Alien trigger a national disaster of contagious Bird Flu?" The obvious answer would be "Yes, an illegal alien could trigger an out-break; but it is far more likely that the out break would, like HIV/AIDS, be tracked to a "legitimate" business traveler.
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