Kevin Kunlay Williams, a Nigerian citizen, has been indited for $12 Million Tax Refund Fraud, Voter Fraud, Illegal Reentry and Felon in Possession of Firearm, announced the Department of Justice.
A federal grand jury indicted an undocumented immigrant living in St. Louis, Mo., on charges that he committed voter and tax fraud as part of an elaborate stolen identity theft scheme, the Department of Justice announced Wednesday.
Kevin Kunlay Williams, a Nigerian citizen, is suspected of illegally reentering the United States under a false name in 1999 after he was deported four years earlier.
Williams later registered to vote in federal, state, and local elections in 2012 by claiming he was an American citizen. He is suspected to have voted in both the 2012 and 2016 presidential elections, according to the indictment.
Federal authorities also suspect that Williams stole the identities of several public school employees from a payroll company, subsequently using the IDs to file more than 2,000 fraudulent federal tax returns that sought more than $12 million. The Nigerian man also allegedly stole Electronic Filing Identification Numbers (EFINs) to print refund checks, directing the IRS to send the refunds to prepaid debit cards. FreeBeacon
“Adolfo Sanchez-Reyes, a 43-year-old citizen of Guatemala, was arrested by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement on March 24, 2017, after a review of his immigration history revealed he was unlawfully present in the United States. He was issued a notice to appear in immigration court, and is currently detained at the Howard County Detention Center in Jessup, Maryland.”
According to Washington TV station WRC-4, Adolfo Sanchez-Reyes was detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement on Friday after it was discovered he and his rape-suspect son were in the U.S. illegally from Guatemala.
An ICE spokesman confirmed to Channel 4, the NBC affiliate in Washington, that Sanchez-Reyes, 43, is the father of Henry Sanchez-Millian, 18. The younger man and another Rockville High student (17-year-old Jose Montano) have been charged with first-degree rape in the attack on a 14-year-old girl at the school.
Sanchez-Millian was taken by the U.S. Border Patrol last August in Texas but benefitted from the Obama administration’s catch-and-release policies for Central American minors. He was sent to live with his father in Maryland, despite Sanchez-Reyes’ illegal status, while his own deportation case is litigated. WashingtonTimes
During the week of January 29, 2017, through February 3, 2017, ICE issued 3,083 detainers throughout the United States. The following table reflects the jurisdictions that do not comply with detainers on a routine basis, which had the highest volume of detainers issued during the reporting period (157 to these ten jurisdictions during the reporting period.
In a move to put public pressure on “sanctuary cities,” the Department of Homeland Security on Monday published a list of 118 localities that have refused to cooperate with federal requests to detain undocumented immigrants.President Trump ordered the department to publish a weekly list of all detention requests turned down by local jails, listing the agency, the undocumented immigrants and the charges they face. In an executive order signed Jan. 25, Trump said the list is necessary to “better inform the public regarding the public safety threats associated with sanctuary jurisdictions.”
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly ordered Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to start producing the list last month, and on Monday, the agency issued its first public report.
It lists 206 cases in which undocumented immigrants were arrested on local charges and were set to be released from jails. ICE officials requested that the local authorities hold onto those people for up to 48 hours — a request known as a “detainer” — but the requests were denied. USAToday
Online: ICE Weekly Declined Detainer Outcome Report
For Recorded Declined Detainers Jan. 28 – Feb. 3, 2017 (pdf)
The studies cited by CNN and the New York Times were from 1997 and 2007 and looked at legal immigrants. They are fabricating a false narrative that illegal immigrants commit fewer crimes than American citizens to attack President Trump’s immigration policies.
Deal with it, Democrats: illegal immigrants commit crime far more often than legal immigrants.
Six days after President Trump was inaugurated as our 45th President, the typing wizards at the New York Times got a little desperate. We’re talking nail biting; chain-smoking; shot-pounding nervous.
So they made a story. Days before President Trump’s first address to Congress—CNN and Vox copied the New York Times’ yellow journalism. Their big story: ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS ARE HARDWORKING TAXPAYERS WHO RARELY COMMIT CRIMES. (Too bad it was also a big lie.)
Contradictions and fallacies immediately jump out at you. For example, from the New York Times:
“A central point of an executive order President Trump signed on Wednesday — and a mainstay of his campaign speeches — is the view that undocumented immigrants pose a threat to public safety. But several studies, over many years, have concluded that immigrants are less likely to commit crimes than people born in the United States. And experts say the available evidence does not support the idea that undocumented immigrants commit a disproportionate share of crime [emphasis added].”
Besides conflating legal immigration with illegal immigration, the Times cites “several studies” making the same conflation. Most notably, a 2007 Rutgers University paper that analyzes crime rates of legal immigrants. So besides being out-of-date, the paper does not offer us any research on illegal immigrant crime rates. TownHall
Two illegal immigrant gang members from El Salvador who had a Satanic shrine in their Houston apartment are suspects in the killing of one teenager and the kidnapping of another, authorities said.
Gang leader Miguel Angel Alvarez-Flores, 22, who also goes by ‘Diabolico,’ and 18-year-old Diego Alexan Hernandez-Rivera appeared in Houston court Wednesday on charges of aggravated kidnapping and murder.
The MS-13 gang members laughed, smiled and waved in court.
Prosecutors said the two kidnapped a 14-year-old girl after she left school around February 2, holding her in an apartment where she was raped by a gang member. DailyMail
New York Charges Murder
Thirteen members of the notorious Salvadoran gang MS-13 were charged Thursday in connection with seven murders including the 2016 killings of high school teenagers on New York’s Long Island.
The gang members were charged with 41 counts which also include racketeering, attempted murder, assault and obstruction of justice, U.S. Attorney Robert L. Capers said Thursday afternoon.
Four of the suspects were charged directly with the murders of Kayla Cuevas, 16 and Nisa Mickens, 15, close friends who were beaten to death on Sept. 13, 2016, in Brentwood, N.Y.
Four others were directly involved in the death of 18-year-old Jose Peña-Hernandez, whose body was found on the grounds of the Pilgrim Psychiatric Center in Brentwood in October, investigators said.
Ten of the suspects are illegal immigrants, two are U.S. citizens and one is a green card holder, Capers said. He would not elaborate if Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) was involved. FoxNews
California has issued more than 800,000 driver’s licenses to undocumented immigrants in the two years since the state implemented a law allowing for issuance without proof of legal presence.
The Mercury News reports that in the two years since AB 60 took effect the California Department of Motor Vehicles issued driver’s licenses to 806,000 undocumented immigrants — 14,000 of which the department issued just last month…
There are an estimated three million undocumented immigrants in the state, according to The Mercury News…
AB 60 or AB 1461 — a law that, beginning next year, will automatically register California drivers to vote. DailyCaller
On Nov. 25, 2015, accused child rapist Perez Pilarte was released by Philly authorities who failed to “honor” an ICE detainer. He was was found and arrested by federal immigration officials in September 2016.
Despite a request by ICE for a detainer to hold the 40-year-old Perez Pilarte, a judge set bail at $250,000. He was released after posting $25,000 cash on Nov. 25, 2015. Metro
Philly Mayor – ‘jeopardize community cooperation’
Mayor Jim Kenney spokeswoman Lauren Hitt said the ICE statement makes it clear Immigration can arrest its targets without the city’s help, and that routinely handing people over to Immigration authorities would jeopardize community cooperation and make it harder to solve crimes. NewsWorks
“Our deportation officers will use every available resource at our disposal to find and arrest these alleged predators,” said Tom Decker, ERO Philadelphia field office director. “However, one of our best resources to keep these dangerous criminals off of our streets and from committing more crimes is for the Mayor to honor our detainers and requests for notification. ICE is hopeful that the Mayor will work with us to keep our community safe.” ICE News Release
PHILADELPHIA — Officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Philadelphia arrested a national of the Dominican Republic after a nearly yearlong probe. He was released from local custody in November 2015, when a detainer lodged with Philadelphia authorities was not honored. In addition to the pending child rape charge, the man has previous convictions for manufacturing/distributing a controlled dangerous substance, resisting arrest/eluding an officer, and theft by unlawful taking.
Winston Enrique Perez Pilarte aka Josue Duran-Cortes, 40, was arrested and charged by the Philadelphia Police Department with attempted rape, unlawful sexual contact with a minor, aggravated indecent assault, unlawful restraint, endangering the welfare of a child, corruption of minors, indecent assault, simple assault and recklessly endangering another person. These charges are currently pending in the Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia County.
After confirming his identity using biometric data, an ICE detainer was lodged against Perez Pilarte while he was detained at the Philadelphia Curran Fromhold Correctional Facility in July 2015. On Nov. 25, 2015, Perez Pilarte was released from local custody without being turned over on the ICE detainer.
An active investigation by ERO, led to the arrest of Perez Pilarte in September 2016. He is currently in ICE custody awaiting a hearing in immigration court.
The George Washington bridge is considered the busiest bridge in the country, spanning the Hudson river it connects New Jersey and New York.
Blocking the road during rush hour traffic is not the way to get their message across to New York drivers. Also not wise to aggravate voters.
“We are demanding that right (to vote).”
Illegal alien means no right to vote. Voting is a privilege reserved for citizens. To have the rights of a citizen you must go through the process of becoming a citizen.
“We are standing up against a false democracy.”
The United States is a constitutional republic, not a democracy.
Immigrants rights protesters brought rush-hour chaos to the George Washington Bridge on Wednesday morning, shutting off four lanes of inbound traffic for over half an hour.
Ten protesters – seven men and three women – blocked eastbound traffic on the upper level of the span at 8:15 a.m., law enforcement sources said.
Port Authority police immediately shut down all four inbound lanes as officers moved in for the arrests, officials said. By 8:30 a.m. two of the four lanes were reopened and all four were back in operation by 8:50 a.m., authorities said.
Backup on the bridge led to 90-minute delays for motorists caught behind the protest.
A group calling itself #WeAreVisible – and its Spanish translation #SomosVisible – claimed responsibility for bridge shutdown.
“We are demanding that right (to vote). We contribute to the community in many ways with work and paying taxes but not with the right to vote,” said Mahoma Lopez, a 38-year-old Queens resident and group organizer. “It’s basically a fake democracy.”
At one point, demonstrators held up a banner: “Resist, Organize, Rise Up!”
It planned a rally in Union Square on Wednesday night, demanding voting rights for undocumented immigrants and a halt to deportations. Lopez called Wednesday’s protest his group’s first major act of civil disobedience – and plans more such action. NYPost
The protest reportedly organized by the NY Worker Federation was demanding equal rights for immigrants. FoxNews
If we do not get this under control many more Americans will die.
A murder suspect who was arrested in Austin, Texas, Tuesday is a Mexican man who has been deported three times from the U.S.
Authorities deported Juan Navarro Rios in 1996, 2009, and 2014. Reasons for Rios’ deportations include an unspecified felony conviction, claiming to be a U.S. citizen, and for coming back to the U.S. after being previously deported.
“This is an example of the worst of the worst that we go after on a daily basis,” said Hector Gomez, supervisory deputy marshal of the Lone Star Fugitive Task Force. Rios, 40, is wanted for having allegedly shot and killed two people driving down the road ans then kidnapping a landscaper. DailyCaller
Mexico wants to build a wall on its southern border with Central America to keep out hordes of illegal immigrants Guatemalans, Salvadorans and Hondurans. They complain ‘hordes’ of illegal immigrants are flooding the country on the way to the US – who then deport them back to Mexico rather than their home countries.
It seems Mexico agrees with Donald Trump’s plans to build a wall to keep out illegal immigrants – but only on its southern border with Central America.
Mexicans are calling for the border wall to keep out Guatemalans, Salvadorans and Hondurans fleeing violence in their own countries.
They complain ‘hordes’ of immigrants pass through on their way to the United States -who are then simply deported back to Mexico rather than their home countries by the US.
Central American migrants are left stuck in border cities with Mexican officials unable to afford to send them back to their own countries, according to an article by one of the largest newspapers in the border state of Tamaulipas, El Mañana, titled: ‘Yes to the Border Wall … but in Mexico’s South.’ DailyMail