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Washington DC and The Holy Land>In 2019 Over 90% of Illegal Aliens Arrested in U.S. Had Criminal Convictions, Pending
Merde Furieux 06:40 AM 01-13-2020
More than 90% of illegal immigrants arrested by federal agents in the United States last year had criminal convictions or pending criminal charges, including 56,000 assaults and thousands of sex crimes, robberies, homicides and kidnappings. Many had “extensive criminal histories with multiple convictions,” according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) year-end report . The 123,128 illegal aliens arrested by the agency’s Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) in 2019 had 489,063 criminal convictions and pending charges, representing an average of four crimes per alien, highlighting the “recidivist nature” of the arrested aliens, the agency writes, noting that sanctuary cities nationwide greatly impeded its public safety efforts.

The Dallas ICE field office, which covers north Texas and Oklahoma, led the way with 16,900 arrests in fiscal year 2019. The overwhelming majority,12,578, were convicted of crimes and 3,499 had pending criminal charges. The Atlanta field office, which is responsible for enforcing immigration law in Georgia as well as South and North Carolina, ranked second with 13,247 arrests, 8,009 of them convicted for state crimes. Another 3,943 illegal aliens had pending criminal charges. Atlanta field office leadership has repeatedly blasted local law enforcement officials within its jurisdiction for releasing droves of illegal immigrant criminals back onto the streets after being jailed for serious state crimes, accusing the sanctuary jurisdictions of creating a “serious public safety threat.”

In North Carolina alone, hundreds of violent criminals were released by local authorities last year to honor measures that offer illegal immigrants sanctuary. Among them were illegal aliens charged with serious violations such as homicide, kidnapping, arson and sex offenses. Mecklenburg County, the state’s largest, was among the biggest offenders, releasing numerous violent criminals rather than turn them over to federal authorities for removal. Among them was a previously deported Honduran charged with rape and child sex crimes. The perpetrator, 33-year-old Oscar Pacheco-Leonardo, was freed by the county sheriff, who has kept his campaign promise to protect illegal immigrants from the feds. In Buncombe County, North Carolina the elected sheriff recently freed a child sex offender to keep with his county’s sanctuary policy. The Salvadoran national, a registered sex offender charged with four felony counts of statutory sex with an 11-year-old girl, had been in ICE’s radar for years.

The Tar Heel State is hardly alone in making ICE’s enforcement duties more difficult by protecting the most violent of illegal immigrants. Police nationwide are contributing to the crisis, refusing to participate in a local-federal partnership known as 287(g) that notifies ICE of jail inmates in the country illegally so they can be deported after serving time for state crimes. Instead, a growing number of law enforcement agencies are releasing the illegal aliens——many with serious convictions such as child sex offenses, rape and murder—rather than turn them over to federal authorities for removal. In California various police departments released 16 illegal immigrants with criminal records during a three-month period, some arrested and released multiple times by the same agency. Offenders include Mexican, Honduran and Salvadoran nationals charged with murder, rape, assault with a deadly weapon, spousal abuse, driving under the influence of alcohol, possession of illegal drugs and other serious crimes.

ICE still managed to deport some after scooping them up in targeted operations. Last year ICE removed 5,497 known or suspected gang members and 58 known or suspected terrorists. Just this month, ICE arrested a previously deported illegal immigrant released by local authorities in a fatal hit and run that killed a 35-year-old woman on Christmas eve. The Mexican national, 27-year-old Jorge Flores-Villalba, was arrested and released by Stony Point Town Police in New York. ICE’s New York Field Office Director, Thomas Decker, blasted Stony Point officials in a statement . “Creating laws and policies that prevent cooperation between law enforcement agencies just to promote their political agenda, places the safety of the public in danger,” he said. “Due to the hard work of our officers, we were able to find and arrest this accused criminal, but there are countless others who are released without ICE even knowing, or whom it may take a great amount of resources to find for arrest.”
scho63 07:08 AM 01-13-2020
BUT BUT TRUMP tearing "families" apart!
Cheater5 07:56 AM 01-13-2020
Funny, "just moving" is exactly what a lot of the, ahem, "refugees" are doing all over the world. And guess what --- the place they move to is magically transformed into the same crime-infested s h i t hole they came from almost as soon as they arrive. No matter what the economic/social conditions are in that area beforehand. I-it's almost as if the problem isn't the area they're in.........because the people themselves literally turn wherever they go into s h i t holes. So the problem is the people as a whole, not the environment. But Marxism would have you believe it's the other way around ("muh socioeconmic factors" "muh institutional racism" "muh goddamn white peeple").

This is something people understood LONG ago and for hundreds if not thousands of years, and shows itself in modern life again and again and again ---- yet since the 1950s the Marxist school systems and Communist media apparatuses have brainwashed everyone boomer-age and beyond into thinking isn't true. It shows how absolutely powerful and terrifying brainwashing and social conditioning is when applied correctly. The mental gymnastics and absolute denial people will go through to deny the truth is mindblowing sometimes. Insert NPC meme here.
neech 07:59 AM 01-13-2020

^^^ These loons want to give them all free Health care.
Prison Bitch 08:05 AM 01-13-2020
Originally Posted by scho63:
BUT BUT TRUMP tearing "families" apart!

Uh, that ain’t the takeaway I’d use here, beta-kuck.

Your president says he wants to “bring in millions of people”. Here ya go!
neech 08:20 AM 01-13-2020
How many of those job taking and welfare stealing immigrants are allowed to come in to the country legally a year?
Prison Bitch 08:56 AM 01-13-2020
Something like 40% of all “legals” started as illegals either by barging thru the southern border or, more often, simply overstaying visas and refusing to leave. They then convert into the legal process.

So when beta kucks try to distinguish, they’re just embarrassing themselves like usual.
Merde Furieux 11:02 AM 01-13-2020
75 percent of those on the most wanted criminals list in Los Angeles, Phoenix and Albuquerque are illegal aliens.
One quarter of all inmates in California detention centers are Mexican nationals, as are more than 40 percent of all inmates in Arizona and 48 percent in New Mexico jails.
Over 53 percent of all investigated burglaries reported in California, New Mexico, Nevada, Arizona, and Texas are perpetrated by illegal aliens.
63 percent of cited drivers in Arizona have no license, no insurance and no registration for the vehicle. Of that number, 97 percent are illegal aliens. 66 percent of cited drivers in New Mexico have no license, no insurance and no registration for the vehicle. Of that 66 percent, 98 percent are illegal aliens.[15]
Ninerfan11 11:37 AM 01-13-2020
These numbers are simply startling. It's a shame most liberals will simply ignore this thread
Bump 12:11 PM 01-13-2020
literal fascisms!
Merde Furieux 05:42 AM 01-14-2020
Non-citizens constitute only about 7 percent of the U.S. population. Yet the latest data from the Justice Department’s Bureau of Justice Statistics reveals that non-citizens accounted for nearly two-thirds (64 percent) of all federal arrests in 2018. Just two decades earlier, only 37 percent of all federal arrests were non-citizens.

These arrests aren’t just for immigration crimes. Non-citizens accounted for 24 percent of all federal drug arrests, 25 percent of all federal property arrests, and 28 percent of all federal fraud arrests.

In 2018, a quarter of all federal drug arrests took place in the five judicial districts along the U.S.-Mexico border. This reflects the ongoing activities of Mexican drug cartels. Last year, Mexican citizens accounted for 40 percent of all federal arrests.

In fact, more Mexicans than U.S. citizens were arrested on charges of committing federal crimes in 2018.

Migrants from Central American countries are also accounting for a larger share of federal arrests, going from a negligible 1 percent of such arrests in 1998 to 20 percent today.

Critics will try to downplay the importance of the Justice Department’s report by pointing out that the majority of crimes in the United States are handled by prosecutors in state and local courts. But even there the data is shocking.