[i]The result could be unnecessary harassment of some aliens (for instance, a veteran, college student, or someone assisting with a criminal investigation) whom federal officials determine should not be removed.[/i]
If Justice Kennedy can mix up object and subject, so can you!
I'll tell you, but you gotta ask it on your knees.
It's a kind of logical fallacy--something is made redundant in the phrasing. Sorry, I'm not explaining it well. But like a protester's sign that says (and sadly, this is real), "Fags are gay!" Or, "Fatal car crashes can kill you."
"There are dozens of grammar sites out there that complain about the use of this phrase in the sense of [i]raises the question[/i]. All I’m going to say about it is that the last public figure to use [i]begs the question[/i] correctly in a sentence was Richard Nixon. Everyone else should just stop saying it."