Skip to comments.Feds released hundreds of immigrant murderers, drunk drivers, sex-crimes convicts
Posted on 05/12/2014 8:16:50 AM PDT by george76
Immigration officials knowingly released dozens of murderers back into the U.S. in 2013, according to Obama administration statistics detailing all of the criminal convictions of the more than 36,000 immigrants released from custody last year.
The numbers show that the criminals released by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement had amassed more than 15,000 drunken-driving convictions, 1,317 domestic violence convictions, 727 sex crimes convictions and even four that the statistics listed as treason, sabotage.
The immigrants were in deportation proceedings, meaning ICE was trying to remove them from the country and could have held them in detention, but released them anyway,
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtontimes.com ...
No surprise considering what is sitting in the White House.
ICE Document Details 36,000 Criminal Alien Releases in 2013
[Disturbing] DHS Emails Reveal U.S. May Have Terrorist Hands Off List
Future Dem voters.
Just giving them the chance to rape or kill a member of your family next. When are we going to stand up and fight back instead of allowing the federal government to terrorize citizens of our “sovereign states”?
Article IV, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution - Invasion ...
“The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against invasion,...”
Obamastein and his federal frankenmonster refuse to carry-out their (few) constitutionally mandated duties, while involving themselves in a multiplicity of nefarious, expensive and unwise undertakings, e.g. trying to coopt terrorists, undermining the Bill of Rights; giving arms to narco and islamo-terrorists, and on and on.
Typical Democrats. What's the objection?
Had ENOUGH Yet ?
Obama administration in action.
increased crime is good for big govt types.
without crime, would anyone pay taxes for bigger police departments or advanced police gear?
The story misses that violent criminals have been released for no sane reason for the last several years. The story also misses that politicians have made it almost impossible to target, track and arrest illegals in all but the most obvious cases.
Drug dealers, drunk drivers and other illegals are getting a pass.
Wreck the social support network (socialize medicine, dump unqualified recipients onto “entitlement” programs, increase the percentage of recipients versus employed paying participants)
Eliminate international influence (retreat in the face of aggression, shrink and defund the military, undermine alliances)
Undermine the national culture (support bazaar marriage customs, encourage abortions, actively import adherents of a hostile foreign ideology (Islam) and provide them with special assistance and protection)
Destroy Constitutional Rights.
Create overall social chaos (import illegal aliens, free convicts into the general population, open the borders, etc.0
ALL of the above has been and is still being done by the evil genius in the White House and his gang of Marxist advisers in order to recreate a NEW America modeled along globalist, socialist lines.
This is merely a component of one of the above.
Add to that EXPANDING a PARAMILITARY bureaucracy, arming them and directing them to erode civil rights, e.g. Homeland Security, TSA, NSA, etc.
Add BLM, but of course that’s just one small component of the ‘etc.’ in your post...
It is called “professional courtesy.”
This was part of Justice’s thug-walker program.
You idiots keep voting for this stuff.
If I were a liberal Democrat, I’d be laughing and crapping on everyone too.
If they kill someone, their victims can still vote Democratic with the help of their murderer. So where’s the harm?/s
Jeb's got some spare bedrooms - maybe he can put some of them up for a few months...
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“Had ENOUGH Yet ?”
I think plenty of folks have had enough, but nobody’s got a good handle on where to begin with the, uh, “mop and bucket” brigade; ‘fyaknowwhatimean.
Not to put too fine a point on it, but “Who first?”
They are exactly the kind of immigrant that Obama wants.
Curious why I reflect on Rose Byrd as I read this.
Okay Nobody Panic.
they’re harmless, right? /s
Not to put too fine a point on it, but Who first?
See tag line.....
Jeb needs to ‘share’ his own wealth before he shares ours... Yep, he needs to empty out his bank accounts first... then he can turn to us for our money... and ONLY then. You’re right on this Eagle.
Sounds fair to me... In a year - when Jeb is broke - he can tell us how it was all worth it... for the 'love' and all...
Oh come ON! How is this not be TREASON?? This is insane, this is willfully and knowingly levying war against the United states! Al Qaeda only wishes they could do this kind of crap.
“Hey Mohammed, how about we free the killers and rapists from US prisons so they kill and rape the infidels?”
“No need Abdul, brother Obama is doing it for us!”
18 U.S. Code § 2381 - Treason
Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.
Dems want ‘dreamers’ in the US military - and they’re turning down 80% of Americans who apply...
Intentionally sabotaging the military and borders in one fell swoop
This news story needs to stay alive.
this is scandalous. Every crime these people commit from this point on Obama is guilty of as well.
This needs to be investigated thoroughly.
The revelation that 36,007 criminal aliens were released from ICE custody in 2013, an average of nearly 100 per day, is shocking, and could further shake public faith in the effectiveness of current immigration enforcement policies. This information is sure to raise concerns that, despite professions of a focus on removal of criminal aliens, Obama administration policies frequently have allowed political considerations to trump public safety factors and, as a result, aliens with serious criminal convictions have been allowed to return to the streets instead of being removed to their home countries.
the 36,007 had nearly 88,000 convictions, including:
193 homicide convictions (including one willful killing of a public official with gun)
426 sexual assault convictions
303 kidnapping convictions
1,075 aggravated assault convictions
1,160 stolen vehicle convictions
9,187 dangerous drug convictions
16,070 drunk or drugged driving convictions
303 flight escape convictions
It’s almost like the people running the country hate it...
From here on out, every crime committed by these 36,000 released criminals is on Obama's hands as well. He has to be held accountable.
Bump for political correctness gone insane.
Deportation without a Removal Hearing
Certain non-citizens convicted of an aggravated felony are provided fewer legal protections than other immigrants. For example, any immigrant convicted of an aggravated felony who is not a lawful permanent resident (LPR) may be administratively deported from the United States without a formal hearing before an Immigration Judge. Immigrants placed in such proceedings are not eligible for asylum or any other form of discretionary relief. Immigrants found deportable in this manner may not appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) and can be physically removed two weeks after entry of the order.
Mandatory Unreviewable Detention Following Release from Criminal Custody
Federal immigration authorities are required to detain any immigrant convicted of an aggravated felony upon his or her release from criminal custody. To obtain bond from an immigration judge, LPRs who are detained following an aggravated felony conviction must demonstrate with substantial likelihood that the crime in question does not qualify as an aggravated felony.
Ineligibility for Asylum
Any immigrant convicted of an aggravated felony is ineligible for asylum. Asylum is a form of immigration relief available to immigrants who suffered or have a well-founded fear of persecution in their country of nationality or last habitual residence. Immigrants convicted of an aggravated felony may also be ineligible for withholding of removal, a similar form of relief for noncitizens whose life or freedom would be threatened in the country of deportation.
Ineligibility for Cancellation of Removal
Any immigrant convicted of an aggravated felony is ineligible for cancellation of removal (cancellation). Cancellation is a form of relief allowing immigration judges to permit otherwise deportable immigrants to remain in the United States. The bar to cancellation for immigrants convicted of an aggravated felony applies regardless of whether their removal would cause exceptional and extremely unusual hardship to an immediate family member who is a U.S. citizen or LPR.
Ineligibility for Certain Waivers of Inadmissibility
Certain LPRs may not obtain a waiver of inadmissibility under Section 212(h) of the INA if they were convicted of an aggravated felony. A waiver of inadmissibility is a means of excusing immigrants for past misconduct that makes them ineligible for admission to the United States. Waivers under Section 212(h) are available to prospective LPRs whose removal from the United States would cause extreme hardship to a qualifying U.S. citizen or LPR.
Ineligibility for Voluntary Departure
An immigrant convicted of an aggravated felony is ineligible for voluntary departure. Voluntary departure is a discretionary form of relief allowing otherwise deportable immigrants to leave the country at their own expense in place of formal deportation under an order of removal.
Permanent Inadmissibility Following Departure from the United States
An immigrant removed from the United States after being convicted of an aggravated felony (or who leaves while an order of removal is outstanding) is permanently inadmissible. To lawfully reenter the United States, such an immigrant must receive a special waiver from the Department of Homeland Security (which is very rare), in addition to meeting all other grounds of admissibility.
Enhanced Penalties for Illegally Reentering the United States
An immigrant who is removed from the United States following a conviction for an aggravated felony, and who subsequently reenters the country illegally, may be imprisoned for up to 20 years rather than two years.
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