REPORT: Man who threatened to call ICE on Spanish speakers now target of complaint

BY TEAM DML / MAY 17, 2018 /

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The man captured on video making xenophobic comments about Spanish-speaking employees at a New York deli has been identified as lawyer Aaron Schlossberg in a formal complaint filed with the state court disciplinary system.

Rep. Adriano Espaillat and Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr., both Democrats, filed the complaint in a letter on Thursday, saying that they believed the video depicted misconduct that should not be tolerated.

The article goes on to state the following:

“What was witnessed in the vile video from Mr. Schlossberg, which has since gone viral, is [a] humiliating and insulting attack on the more than 50 years of progress that this nation has made since the civil rights movement,” the two wrote. “The audacity to profile and verbally assault innocent bystanders and customers in a public commercial location is a violation of our civil society.”

A note from DML News:

Whether you agree with Schlossberg’s conduct and statements or not, one thing is crystal clear: We NEED mandatory E-Verify to stop the flow of illegal immigrants and to put customers minds at ease, as they will feel more confident that companies are hiring legal American citizens.


A petition was launched on the White House website Monday, May 14, by Philadelphia businessman Edward Bishop, which asks President Donald J. Trump to immediately sign an executive order requiring all businesses to use the E-Verify system for every person they hire.

DML News CEO Dennis Michael Lynch said every American who cares about the rule of law should be signing this petition.

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