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California's Tower of Babel court system
« on: September 11, 2017, 07:03:02 PM »
American Thinker
Monica Showalter
Sept. 11, 2017

Courts in California are facing an interpreter shortage, given the 220 languages spoken among the system's defendants, witnesses, and accusers.  It raises the question: who let these people in, and why are we paying for this?

If there's one reason not to let unvetted immigrants with no language skills into the U.S., it's got to be in the translation services these people require once they find themselves in the dock.

Courts in the state are being asked to find translators for languages such as Mixtec, Malayalam, Telugu, Wu, Hakka, Xiang, Kannada, Tarasco, Uzbek, Maithili, Oromo, Cebuano, Bhojpuri, Pashto, Igbo, and other languages not spoken with any frequency inside the U.S.  According to the Los Angeles Times:


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