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Should we ignore lawbreaking by illegal immigrants?

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Individuals who enter our country illegally commit a felony ("Immigrants, city fear divide over status checks," Feb. 23).

Should they fear coming into contact with law enforcement? Should they get behind the wheel of a automobile and drive (let alone drive their grandchildren around)? Is it illegal to drive without a license? Does "undocumented" mean illegal?

I think your reporters know the answers to these questions, along with Rev. Robert Wojtek. So do we ignore their felonious actions? If so, why?

Roland Moskal, Baltimore

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