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Washington DC and The Holy Land>Repository: Crimes Caused by Illegal Aliens
Otter 11:02 AM 02-17-2018
This is going to be a thread that tracks the numerous crimes commuted by illegal aliens. Feel free to add any that I miss.

The links to the full article will be embedded in the headline.
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stevieray 10:49 PM 05-10-2019
Originally Posted by banecat:
Oops. And you also think that you are deserving and can ear things?


....and what exactly do you think that means, captain psuedo pity?
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banecat 11:01 PM 05-10-2019
Originally Posted by stevieray:
....and what exactly do you think that means, captain psuedo pity?
What? My pity is real. I can't be compassionate because there's not much that I can do for people who can only help but to care about things that either don't affect them, or that they can't force real change on
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stevieray 11:07 PM 05-10-2019
Originally Posted by banecat:
What?
Answer the question.
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banecat 11:09 PM 05-10-2019
Originally Posted by stevieray:
Answer the question.
What was the question again? Dewers 12 has me a little bit tipsy
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stevieray 11:11 PM 05-10-2019
Originally Posted by banecat:
What was the question again? Dewers 12 has me a little bit tipsy
:-)

three posts ago? (#196)

:-)
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Easy 6 06:32 AM 05-11-2019
Originally Posted by banecat:
Is the plan to take our jobs first? Then our houses? Is this going to end up like a rise of the battle of the war that's beneath the planet of the apes kinda deal?
No, the plan is to bring so many of them into the country and eventually legalize them that it creates an unbeatable democrat voting bloc
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Otter 03:06 PM 05-14-2019
Texas border agents say 5,500 Illegal Aliens a day are illegally entering US

Contact your congressmen and raise a stir or sit back and allow invaders to run you over.
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Prison Bitch 03:14 PM 05-14-2019
Originally Posted by Otter:
Texas border agents say 5,500 Illegal Aliens a day are illegally entering US

Contact your congressmen and .
Don’t bother.
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Otter 03:19 PM 05-14-2019
Originally Posted by Prison Bitch:
Don’t bother.
It takes about 10 minutes a month to bump a post just to remind people that actually care we're being invaded and being turned into a 3rd world shithole. Not a biggie.
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Otter 05-16-2019, 05:40 PM
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Otter 05:41 PM 05-16-2019
DOJ report: 43% of all offenders last year were non-citizens

https://www.conservativereview.com/n...-non-citizens/

While jailbreak, known by its proponents as “criminal justice reform,” is misguided on the state level, it is downright built upon a false premise on the federal level. The latest report from the U.S. Sentencing Commission demonstrates that the 800-pound gorilla in the room clogging up the federal criminal justice system is immigration, not “low-level” domestic offenders.

If we only solved our border problem and deported illegal aliens before they commit more crimes, not only would we be safer, but we’d save a ton of money on the federal criminal justice system – without irresponsibly releasing American criminals back into our communities, as proposed by jailbreak proponents.

According to the U.S. Sentencing Commission, in its recently published 2018 report on federal sentencing statistics, 54.3 percent of the 69,425 federal offenders last year were Hispanic, and 42.7 percent of offenders were non-citizens. The two biggest offense categories were immigration (34.4 percent) and drugs (28.1 percent).

This is why methamphetamine was actually the most common drug charge, according to the U.S. Sentencing Commission. The biggest increase in drug activity from the cartels was meth, not marijuana or even heroin. Thus, our federal drug prosecutions are all about the most violent transnational cartels and gangs. Federal prosecutors don’t waste their time with “low-level” Americans in New York or Chicago. Drug possession charges accounted for just 3.9 percent of federal offenders, and almost all of those were in border districts because they involved immigration cases.

The notion that the feds go after drug possession is just a straight-up lie. 63 percent of all non-citizens charged for drug trafficking in 2018 were illegal aliens. Moreover, because illegal alien networks are the antecedent for much of the trafficking from the cartels, if we were to enforce our immigration laws on the front end, many Americans who get roped into drug trafficking would never have the opportunity to do so.

As Robert Murphy, special agent in charge of the DEA’s Atlanta office, told me last year, “Predominantly, what we arrest here is illegal aliens.” He noted that were we to close our border and deport all criminal aliens, the cartels would struggle to survive. “Sure, you might find some Americans who would be willing to go to Mexico and work for the cartels, but it won’t be the level that they need to have the control of the U.S. market like they do now with the illegals and Mexican nationals.”

To begin with, the federal prison population overall has plummeted over the past decade, the exact opposite of the jailbreak narrative. The imprisonment rate for sentenced prisoners under state or federal jurisdiction decreased 2.1 percent from 2016 to 2017 and 13 percent since 2007, according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics. The imprisonment rate for sentenced prisoners older than 18 was the lowest since 1995.

The decline in the federal system is even sharper. The federal system, to begin with, only accounts for 12 percent of the incarcerated population, and if they are not in the system for immigration charges, they are usually those who’ve graduated to big-time crimes. Yet since just 2012, the federal prison population has declined by 16 percent.

Still, the jailbreakers think that all of the releases, under-sentencing, and lack of convictions are not enough “progress” in dismantling law and order in this country.

What these numbers also demonstrate is the degree of criminality from illegal aliens in this country. Defenders of open borders will retort by noting that the overwhelming number of non-citizen offenders are in the system for immigration violations, which is self-fulfilling and doesn’t demonstrate that they commit more crime in general. However, they miss the point that most U.S. attorneys will not waste their time prosecuting someone for a standard immigration charge unless they believe they are engaged in trafficking for the cartels or have committed other crimes.

Most illegal aliens now are either given de facto amnesty and released, or they are deported. If they are turned over to the DOJ for prosecution, there is usually more than just immigration violations, though they charge them with immigration violations, which are open-and-shut cases, in order to save time and resources. In fact, in 2012, the DOJ adopted a “fast-track” prosecutorial procedure in the border districts to allow criminal aliens to plead down for the purpose of deporting them expeditiously. Were they to remain in the country, as many weak-on-crime and open-borders advocated want, they would be prosecuted for other crimes. And had we not deported millions of criminal aliens over the past two decades, we would be dealing with an unimaginable level of crime from those who would remain in the country. Remember, we actually have deported some of the worst criminal elements among illegal aliens, and yet there are still this many coming into the justice system.

So the next time you hear someone complaining about too many people locked up in federal prison for “stupid drug charges,” ask them their position on immigration.
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Prison Bitch 11:15 PM 05-16-2019
Ronna McDaniel
@GOPChairwoman
Six years ago, every Democrat voted for merit-based immigration in the Senate.

There's no reason why Democrats shouldn’t work with
@realDonaldTrump
now to secure the border and reform our immigration system.



Oh! So Chump has moved the debate so far to the Left it would be one of their positions under Obama? Great news
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Otter 10:01 PM 05-20-2019

The immigration system in the US acts a lot like a super-relaxed honor system, specifically designed for a group of people who have no honor, when it comes to being honest about their intentions of coming here to exploit our prosperity, and generosity. https://t.co/OqJ70qGvcz

— Violently Smirking Sean 😏 (@UprightOrc) May 20, 2019


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Otter 01:37 PM 05-23-2019
TLDR

Illegal alien invader breaks into the country. Get's put on Megan's List for molesting a child in 2007 and this is allowed to ensue. GO SANCTUARY CITIES!!!

ILLEGAL ALIEN RAPED 3-YEAR-OLD GIRL AS SHE SLEPT IN HER BED

SAN DIEGO, CA (KSWB) – A registered sex offender who broke into his next-door neighbor’s home, where he raped and sodomized a 3-year-old girl, pleaded guilty Friday to four felony charges and is facing an 85-year prison term.

Francisco Diaz, 47, entered his plea to four counts of forcible lewd acts on a child, and admitted serious prior felony convictions, according to Deputy District Attorney Claudia Grasso.

Sentencing is scheduled for June 17.

Last summer’s attack occurred the morning of Aug. 11 in the 5200 block of Maple Street in Oak Park.

Diaz broke a screen and curtain rod and climbed through a window of the sleeping child’s bedroom. When the toddler woke up and cried while being sexually assaulted, Diaz carried her out through the window and was walking her toward his home when the defendant’s mother saw them and wrapped the child — who was naked from the waist down — in a blanket.

Police were called around 9:45 a.m. and Diaz was arrested.

“It’s a parent’s worst nightmare,” Grasso said following Diaz’s arraignment last year. “The violation, the betrayal, (it’s just) horrific. I think that not only does it impact the victim but it impacts the entire family, who now have to look over their shoulder, who now cannot feel safe in their own home. It causes you as a parent to be more cautious, more protective.”

According to the Megan’s Law website, which tracks the state’s sex offenders, Diaz has a 2007 conviction for annoying or molesting a child.
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Otter 08:19 AM 05-24-2019
I'd like to thank the men and woman who served this great country and helped protect its sovereignty this upcoming Memorial Day. :-)

Here's the gratitude your politicians are providing:

Yuma Arizona Declares Emergency in Bid for Help Handling Surge in Migrants

ILLEGAL ALIEN WHO STOLE AUTISTIC MAN’S IDENTITY FAILS TO SHOW FOR COURT

ILLEGAL ALIENS MEET PREGNANT WOMAN IN FACEBOOK GROUP, KILL HER, CUT BABY FROM WOMB

Pinal County (AZ) Sheriff Mark Lamb, reveals his thoughts on border vigilantes and how the nation’s immigration crisis is affecting his county.
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Otter 08:24 AM 05-26-2019
Illegal Alien Accused of Raping, Impregnating 11-Year-Old Girl

An illegal alien has been arrested and charged with statutory rape after he allegedly impregnated an 11-year-old girl in Phoenix, Arizona.

Carlos Jacinto Cobo-Perez, a 20-year-old illegal alien living in the United States, was arrested this week after an 11-year-old girl’s pregnancy was confirmed at the Phoenix Children’s Hospital, according to ABC 15 Arizona.

According to the 11-year-old, Cobo-Perez got her pregnant when she skipped class to have sex with him in his car. The alleged statutory rape came after the girl’s mother had warned the illegal alien to stay away from her daughter because she says she found a hickey on the girl’s neck.

The girl’s mother told police she did not know her daughter could be pregnant with Cobo-Perez’s baby until she heard the illegal alien bragging about having sex with her daughter. The woman said she reported the alleged sexual misconduct multiple times to police but no arrests were ever made.

Now, the illegal alien is being held on a $150,000 bond for statutory rape. The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency has a detainer on the Cobo-Perez so that should he be released from prison, he will be turned over to federal agents for deportation.
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