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Posted on 06/24/2016 11:36:40 AM PDT by jazusamo
Full title: Illegal Alien Who Butchered Conn. Woman Not Deported After Serving 15 Yrs. for Murder Because Haiti Refused to Repatriate
An illegal immigrant who stabbed a young Connecticut woman to death after completing a 15-year sentence for murder couldnt be deported by the U.S. government because his homeland, which receives billions in aid from Uncle Sam, wouldnt take him backthree times! So federal authorities released the violent criminal, a Haitian national, and didnt even bother tracking his whereabouts allowing him to commit yet another heinous crime.
Now, a year after an innocent woman was viciously butchered to death in her own apartment, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is getting a bit of a spanking from its watchdog for failing to do its job. Its a sad old story, but this one is extra special because the DHS agency, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), responsible for deporting the murderous thug (Jean Jacques) claims Haiti simply refused to take himon three different occasions. In fact, Jacques was listed as a passenger on three flights to Haiti but the Haitian government refused to repatriate him. U.S. authorities followed the orders of a famously corrupt, third-world country that gets billions in humanitarian aid from American taxpayers and Jacques was released to kill again.
As unbelievable as this may sound, its the somber reality of an agency created after 9/11 to keep the nation safe. A few years after coming to the U.S. in the early 1990s Jacques went on a crime spree and was convicted of attempted murder and illegally possessing a gun. He was sentenced to 20 years but got out after serving 15 and was jailed again for violating the terms of his parole before getting released for good in January of 2015. Six months later he stabbed 25-year-old Casey Chadwick to death in Norwich, a city of about 40,000 residents. Connecticut has long protected illegal immigrants with sanctuary policies and even offers them special drivers licenses, but the gruesome crime ignited fury and the states congressional delegationall Democrats and avid defenders of sanctuary measuresdemanded that the DHS Inspector General conduct an investigation.
The DHS watchdog reluctantly put it on its lengthy list of ongoing projects earlier this year and the findings were made public in a scathing report issued this month. The IG blasts ICE for not doing more to remove Jacques from the country and failing to contact the Haitian consulate in Miami, Florida to request a travel document after Jacques third repatriation rejection. There is no record that ICE ERO (Enforcement and Removal Operations) made this request, the report states, adding that ERO officials had previously made hundreds of similar requests to the Haitian consulates for travel documents without success and we have no reason to believe that the Jacques matter would have been different. ICE didnt bother asking the State Department for help because it believed the agencys involvement was typically limited to aliens engaged in terrorism or human rights violations, the report says. Once released Jacques supervision was minimal and ineffective, the DHS watchdog found.
Unfortunately, this is not an isolated case. In the last few years illegal immigrants with lengthy criminal histories have been allowed to remain in the U.S. despite being repeat offenders. Judicial Watch has investigated several of the cases and obtained public records from the government. For instance, back in 2008 Judicial Watch launched a California public records request with the San Francisco Sheriffs Department to obtain the arrest and booking information on Edwin Ramos, an illegal alien from El Salvador who murdered three innocent American citizens. Ramos was a member of a renowned violent street gang and had been convicted of two felonies as a juvenile (a gang-related assault on a bus passenger and the attempted robbery of a pregnant woman) yet he was allowed to remain in the country.
Judicial Watch also investigated the 2010 case of a drunken illegal alien who killed a nun in Virginia and sued DHS to obtain records. The Bolivian national, Carlos Montano, had a criminal history but federal authorities released him on his own recognizance after two previous arrests. Judicial Watchs probe determined that Montano had a revoked license and had previously been arrested on drunk-driving charges when his car crossed a median and slammed into a vehicle carrying three nuns. The two survivors were critically injured. Local police said they had turned Montano over to ICE after at least one of his arrests, but he never got deported.
Democrat judges love releasing murderers back out on the street to kill more.
Airdrop the criminals over their home countries. Give them dummy parachutes.
That occurred to me also but without spending for the dummy chute.
No death penalty and then no life in prison. And all for the rights of someone here illegally to begin with!
Easy fix..no aid/money from USA until they take him back............
Fifteen years for murder?
Don’t ask permission. Land the plane, push him out, close the door and fly off. Simple.
Why bother landing?
If only we had leaders that’d cut those billions in aid off.
A President Trump just might.
Once again, Judicial Watch doing the work that Congress will not do.
The new god Diversity demands a lot of sacrifices.
It is warfare of attrition against us citizens, mostly white christian us citizens. They know this. They are traitors enabling it to happen. They know other countries do not let this happen when a foreign illegal murders a citizen there.
Of mostly whites. The few others give them plausible deniability.
Evry major policy of this admin has a primary, secondary or tertiary goal or agenda negative to white christian citizens.
Why don’t they repatriate the sucker via a C-130 and a defective parachute. Let Haiti scrape him off turd world dung heap.
This is just another indication that the U.S. is well on its way to becoming a “failed state.”
So if I conspire to import murderers, rapist, robbers, and anarchist into the U.S., who leave thousands of American victims in their wake, will my punishment be, "A bit of a spanking"?
Can the families of these tens of thousands of American victims administer the punishment to those in government who are responsible?
It will stop when those who allow this to happen and release these savages are held responsible and suffer consequences. judges included!
I think current law is that if the country of origin won't take its citizens back, then no entry visas to the U.S. from that country.
Heres my question for you: Based on Section 243 D of the Immigration Nationality Act, how many times have you recommended to the State Department in writing that these countries are according to the law, on being notified by the Attorney General that the government of the foreign country denies or unreasonably delays accepting an alien and then it goes on that the secretary shall order the consular officers in that foreign country to discontinue issuing visas or non-immigrant visas, Chaffetz said.
I cant tell you off the top of my head, Saldana said I cant tell you off the top of my head, Saldana said We need to insist that politicians enforce the laws on the books.
We need to begin insisting that government officials enforce the law -- or get new government officials.
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