Administration Releases 169 Murderers (Illegals)

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Administration Releases 169 Murderers (Illegals)

Post  News Hawk on Sun Aug 24, 2014 9:02 am

ICE provided the information after Grassley called on the Department of Homeland Security for answers earlier this summer following confirmed reports that ICE released 36,007 immigrants convicted of nearly 88,000 crimes last year...

“[ICE] states that only 131 have even been issued a final order of removal, and that one of the freed convicts was granted voluntary departure. That individual is the only one that ICE says has left the country. This gives the impression that the rest of the homicide convicts who were freed are still at large somewhere in the United States.”
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2014/08/22/Group-Identifies-Towns-Associated-with-Releases-of-Immigrants-Convicted-of-Homicide
Last known addresses were collected, and a breakdown as to states that must accept these former prisoners was done by CIS. New Hampshire doesn't appear on the list.

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Illegals Sue USA for Big Bucks...

Post  News Hawk on Mon Oct 20, 2014 8:55 pm

Judge Kiyo Matsumoto in the Eastern District of New York refused to dismiss the case against the government and accused U.S. Homeland Security agents of “negligence and laziness” for essentially doing their job.

Here’s the incredible story; a Guatemalan couple living illegally in Long Island New York sent their 4-year-old, U.S.-born daughter to spend winter with her extended family in Guatemala. The maternal grandfather, a Guatemalan who had previously violated U.S. immigration laws, traveled with the girl since her parents’ illegal status would prevent them from reentering the U.S. if they left. But when the girl, Emily, and her grandpa, Luis Dubon, returned from their Central American adventure, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) found the grandfather did not have proper documentation to enter the United States.

Inclement weather diverted the New York-bound flight to Washington Dulles International Airport in Virginia and federal authorities there busted Dubon for not having a valid visa or border crossing identification card and for fraudulently attempting to enter the United States by failing to disclose that he had previously been unlawfully present in the country. Officers eventually called Emily’s parents to inform them that Dubon would be sent back to Guatemala.

The girl ended up returning to Central America with her grandpa because, according to court documents, a federal agent told the parents that the minor could not be returned to “illegals.” So they consented to letting Emily fly back with Dubon. A few weeks later a lawyer retrieved the girl and the family sued the U.S. government for what they claim is the deportation of an American citizen. In the complaint, the illegal immigrant couple asserts that they were coerced by the feds to consent to Emily’s return to Guatemala because they felt threatened.
http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2014/09/illegal-aliens-sue-u-s-returning-child-guatemala/?source/medium=disqus/referral

...and some of us wondered why "Trial-Lawyers" supported Obama overwhelmingly...

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