In the overly-formal world of appellate courts, it's refreshing to run across the oddly non-staid opinion from time to time. Nothing breaks the monotony like an opinion written in limerick form or ten pages of angry rants about frivolous immigration appeals and another circuits' procedures.
Lucio Salgado-Toribio will soon be forcefully removed from the United States. He's faced deportation, voluntarily or forcefully, for the last three years. In the meantime, he has utilized frivolous appeals, forum shopping, and hilariously-clever "dilatory" tactics to stay in the country while his cases were pending. Today, the Tenth Circuit had enough and after ordering his immediate removal from the country, admonished him further: