in 2013 ICE freed 36,007 convicted criminal illegal aliens from detention who were awaiting the outcome of deportation proceedings. Those illegal aliens had nearly 88,000 convictions including 193 homicide convictions, 426 sexual assault convictions and 303 kidnapping convictions, reported Judicial Watch.
In 2014 an Inspector General audit stated that ICE (U.S. Immigration and Customs) violated the law when it released between February and March 2,226 illegal immigrants, more than 600 of whom had criminal records.
More than 100 convicted criminals who remained in the U.S. despite receiving deportation orders between 2010 and 2014 now face murder charges, according to the agency charged with carrying out such deportations of illegal immigrants.
U.S. Immigration Customs and Enforcement reports that 121 convicted criminals who were never removed from the country face murder charges today.
In response, Sens. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., of the Judiciary Committee submitted a letter on June 12 requesting a “multi-departmental response” from Attorney General Loretta Lynch, Secretary of State John Kerry and Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson.
In their letter, Grassley and Sessions cite Immigration and Customs Enforcement statistics that show 1,000 of the 36,007 criminally-convicted illegal immigrants released from custody in fiscal year 2013 have been reconvicted of additional crimes.
The senators wrote that the murders committed by the 121 convicted criminals “could have been avoided” had they not been released.
As a result, Grassley and Sessions are requesting an explanation from the Obama administration officials concerning the government’s decision to release the convicted criminals before deportation.
The senators also ask for information concerning the future of U.S. initiatives to deport convicted criminals and whether immigration officials are “fully leveraging existing tools and resources to prevent these dangerous outcomes.” DailySignal
DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals-Dreamers) currently does not change military enlistment policy as only U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents are able to enlist or be commissioned as officers in the U.S. military.
The House voted to strike language from the annual defense policy bill that would have allowed illegal aliens (Dreamers) to sign up for the military. All the no votes (221 to 202) to remove the Dreamer provision came from Republicans, with twenty Republicans voting for the measure. WashingtonTimes
Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala, said in a statement, “Today is a great victory for Americans and lawful immigrants who wish to serve America in our Armed Forces. I asked my colleagues to consider how much American families are struggling in an anemic job and wage market and how much the Gallego amendment makes job and income prospects for Americans even worse. It makes no sense to me that, at the same time the Army is downsizing and issuing pink slips to American soldiers serving in Afghanistan, there are Congressmen who seek to help illegal aliens deprive American citizens and lawful immigrants of military service opportunities.
I’m pleased the House chose to stand up for American citizens and protect the Constitutional duty of Congress to set immigration law. Today’s vote was the fourth rejection of the President’s unconstitutional DACA program, with Republicans overwhelmingly standing up for the will of the American people and the citizens and lawful immigrants who want to serve our country.” Congressman Mo Brooks
The current White House administration thanks that when hordes of illegal aliens invade our country they have guaranteed rights; a “guaranteed right to hormone therapy for transgendered illegal aliens, a prospective Attorney General saying that illegals have the same right to a job as US citizens or legal immigrants”, social security, voting rights…
Amnesty for four million illegal immigrants could cost Americans $2 trillion, about $40 billion a year, over the next 50 years, the Heritage Foundation projects.
That equates to:
30 cents extra for every gallon of gas bought by Americans.
Or a $10 monthly fee added to every cellphone.
Or a $22,000 tax on every American graduate’s four-year college degree.
The $2 trillion cost is driven by the federal government’s support for all poor people, says Robert Rector, a budget analyst at the Heritage Foundation. Rector explained that, on average, the illegal immigrants benefiting from the amnesty have a 10th grade education.
That low education ensures they can’t earn enough money, or pay enough taxes, to pay for the many benefits they’ll get if they progress from temporary residents to legal residents and then to citizens, Rector said.
These various benefits add up to roughly $50,000 a year for each household, but those households can and do pay only about $13,000 a year in federal taxes, leaving a gap of roughly $40,000 between payments and benefits, Rector said.
That gap is effectively filled by payments from intact, college-education households which normally pay $30,000 more in taxes than they receive in benefits. “It takes all of the net taxes paid by one college-educated family [household] to pay for one of these immigrant households,” he said.
Rector draws his estimate from a May 2013 analysis he completed for Heritage, which predicted a $6.3 trillion, 50-year cost if all 12 million illegals in the country were granted amnesty.
Currently, government spends roughly $50 billion a year supporting the children and families of illegal immigrants. Much of that costs consists of free schooling and medical care for the U.S.-born kids of illegals.
ICE (U.S. Immigration and Customs) violated the law when it released thousands of illegal immigrants last February, more than 600 of whom had criminal records, according to an Inspector General audit released this week. The audit blamed poor planning, ignorance of the law, and bad leadership from Washington.
Investigators said the problems lay at the senior levels of ICE itself, finding that top officials botched planning, didn’t inform their own superiors of the problems and didn’t even know the law required them to hold 34,000 immigrants a day until they were reminded of it by congressional staffers…
Between Feb. 9 and March 1, ICE released 2,226 immigrants, and 622 of those had criminal records, including 34 “Level 1” offenders, which includes all aggravated felony convictions. San Francisco’s ICE office alone released 11 of those Level 1 offenders.
When the releases became public, ICE agents tried to re-arrest many of the immigrants, picking up 24 of the Level 1 offenders, 30 Level 2 offenders who had lesser felonies or multiple misdemeanors and four Level 3 offenders who had a misdemeanor conviction.
The releases were so haphazard that only one of two dozen ICE offices had a lawyer available to review the detainees it was releasing, the IG said. Investigators said the ICE officers at the ground level did their best, including trying to screen people to make sure those with gang affiliations weren’t released.
Texan Border Patrol agent Javier Vega, Jr was fishing with his parents, wife, and three sons when two illegal immigrants attempted to rob them, opening fire on Vega and family. Vega was shot in the chest and died, his father was shot in the hip. Javier was a Border Patrol veteran of six years and had previously served in the U.S. Marine Corp, like his brother Jordy.
Half of Americans believe that the Central American children who have crossed the border illegally should be sent home because the U.S. doesn’t have the resources to deal with them, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC poll has found.
The poll found that 51% believed the migrants should be “returned immediately” while 43% said the U.S. has a responsibility to allow the children to stay if they are facing danger in their home countries.
That split opinion emerged in a survey conducted July 30-Aug. 3 as an influx of thousands of unaccompanied minors has strained U.S. border patrols and detention facilities. WSJ
The MS-13 (Mara Salvatruche) gang’s formation is traced back to Salvadoran immigrants to Los Angeles in the 1980s after the Central American civil wars. 13 had guerilla warfare experience and training making them the most ruthless, sophisticated, and violent street gang.
The gang, with its ties to Central American, is involved in gun smuggling. This gang’s assaults and murders using a machete to hack a victim to death or shoot a victim in the head in broad daylight. The gang is allied with several of Mexico’s drug cartels and is active in
throughout Central America.
The MS-13 gang is heavily involved in criminal activity: drug sales, robberies, home-invasions, gun smuggling, murder, rape, prostitution, car-jackings, human smuggling, extortion…
Police in Suitland, Maryland arrested six illegal immigrants, several are MS-13 gang members, for the suspected killing of Amos Jones a homeless man. The news video mentions the fact that the six murder suspects arrested are illegal immigrants. They range in age from 17 to 23.
Prince George’s County police are reporting that Amos Jones, the man stabbed to death in Suitland early Tuesday morning, was murdered by MS-13 gang members.
Police told ABC7 News Wednesday that six people have been arrested for Jones’ death, several of whom are confirmed to be members of MS-13.
Police said it appears that Jones, a homeless man, was hanging around outside a liquor store in the 4600 block of Huron Avenue when he made some remarks to a 17-year-old girl whom police believe is a gang member.
The woman reportedly left the scene and then returned with several others, who then proceeded to attack Jones and fatally stab him several times.
Jones’ body was discovered around 1:45 a.m. Tuesday.
The U.S. has been invaded by more than 290,000 illegal immigrants from Central America. About 240,000 consists of many mothers and young children and more than 50,000 unaccompanied youths. The feeding and transporting by the government of all those illegal immigrants is very organized. The move of over 290,000 illegal immigrants from the border into other states seems well planned and organized. Half of the 50,000 Central American youths were processed and delivered directly to their parents now living in the United States. DailyCaller
But still this great organization from an amateurish administration that messes up almost everything. Three years to get the Heathcare web site up and running; botched. Years to fix the VA; botched. Transport , feed, and open up sites to house hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants, find the parents of tens of thousands of illegal immigrant youths and transport them to their parents; very organized and not a hitch. Amazing!
The map is by NumbersUSA from using news articles.
Vassar, Michigan is a small town with a population around 2,697. The U.S. Department of Defense and U.S. General Services Administration are looking at a juvenile facility in Vassar to house illegal immigrant children from Central America. the Detroit News reported.