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Readers sound off on ID cards, Access-A-Ride and elite high schools


Added 06-13-18 03:13:02am EST - “Brooklyn: The NYC ID card that pizza delivery man Pablo Villavicencio tried using was not a valid identification in the first place (“ICE-holes,” June 7). It is not a drivers license or passport of any kind.He was trying to use…” - Nydailynews.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Nydailynews.com: “Readers sound off on ID cards, Access-A-Ride and elite high schools - NY Daily News”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Brooklyn: The NYC ID card that pizza delivery man Pablo Villavicencio tried using was not a valid identification in the first place (“ICE-holes,” June 7). It is not a driver’s license or passport of any kind. He was trying to use this ID to enter an Army base. In these days and times, a military base would be thorough in establishing a person’s identity before allowing them on base. The military police working Fort Hamilton should be commended for performing their job correctly. A reality check for those trying to utilize their NYC ID, which was introduced by the mayor: It may work within NYC, but it is not a valid ID elsewhere or many other cities in the United States. If anything, it may in some instances catch the attention of local or federal authorities. Plus, don’t have an outstanding warrant pending when having a background check run on you, especially when you are illegally here in this country. Joseph V. Comperchio

Brooklyn: The noise over the detention of Pablo Villavicencio is deafening. Nowhere do I see it mentioned that the warrant for his arrest was issued in 2010 when Barack Obama was President and Eric Holder attorney general. It’s also not mentioned that the Obama administration deported more people than any other administration in the history of the United States. These facts would not fall into the Democratic narrative. Again, never let the truth get in the way of a good story. Bob Fleming

Brooklyn: The pizza joint Pablo Villavicencio worked for is in College Point, Queens. The Ft. Hamilton Brooklyn military base is at least 22 miles away (depending on which GPS you use). Who would order from a place that far away? And perhaps more to the point — what restaurant would agree to deliver that far away? Usually it’s a couple miles max, right? Peter Magnotta

Forest Hills: To Voicer Carmine Coluccio: Once we arrest Donald Trump and his corrupt minions, maybe then we should move way down the chain and arrest hardworking family men who are unfortunately undocumented. Until then, Carmine, please go on being outraged, and we will continue to grow America into the future without your lack of empathy and adherence to laws you yourself don’t break. Pietro Allar

Brooklyn: To Voicers Carmine Coluccio and Rick DePaoli: I suppose you do not think that there are Italian illegal immigrants in this country. Since they are not Mexicans or Central Americans, they never get picked up by ICE and deported. Have a little compassion for these families. Octavio Melendez

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