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But apparently virtue signaling how pro immigrant they are is more important to these cities than the people that may die as a result of there inaction.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials confirm that 121 homicides were committed in the U.S. between 2010-2014 by illegal immigrants
They act like nothing bad ever happens, but here are over 100 murders that could have been avoided if we had the mechanism set up to deport these violent criminals.
originally posted by: intrptr
These criminals that keep coming here committing crimes, get arrested and released, are the ones smuggling guns, drugs and undocumented workers.
The slaves feed Big Agro slave labor pool here, the drugs and guns drive the US justice system.
Round and round.
originally posted by: Phage
Most of these immigrant convicts are nationals of 23 countries described by ICE as “recalcitrant” because they routinely refuse to take back deportables. The bulk of these immigrant convicts in 2014 — 1,183 — were from Cuba, according to the letter.
So, wet foot/dry foot? Bad idea?
Like Trump said about health care, immigration is "complicated."
The bulk of these immigrant convicts in 2014 — 1,183 — were from Cuba, according to the letter. The other “recalcitrant” countries include Afghanistan, Algeria, China, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia and Zimbabwe, according to ICE.
originally posted by: Grambler
A letter written by the Senate Judiciary Committee in June 2015 to DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson, Secretary of State John Kerry and Attorney General Loretta Lynch reveals news facts about the number and nature of crimes committed by illegal immigrants who had already been convicted of other crimes but were released back into the public either because their home country would not accept their deportation and/or because they exceeded a Supreme Court mandate prohibiting detention of deportable foreign nationals beyond six months.