A New Jersey town is prepping illegal immigrants for potential encounters with law enforcement.
FOX's Tom Graham explains:
Princeton officials are publishing eight-page hand outs in English and Spanish. Through a five point plan, the booklets encourage suspected illegal immigrants to remain silent, contact a lawyer, and not sign anything until they seek council if they are questioned or arrested.
The hand outs also features illustrations showing smiling immigrants and by contrast, menacing U.S. immigration officers in dark sunglasses.
A "right to remain silent card" comes at the end of the booklet for those potentially in the U.S. illegally to cut out and give to an arresting officer.
Tom Graham, FOX News.