TEN MOST WANTED CRIMINALS IN CALIFORNIA ARE MEXICANS!
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Illegal Aliens Kill Americans Then Put Back on Our Streets
8 Out of 10 Illegals Apprehended in 2010 Never Prosecuted
Eight Out of Ten Illegal Aliens Apprehended in 2010 Never Prosecuted, Says Border Congressman
Thursday, March 17, 2011
By Edwin Mora
Washington (CNSNews.com) – An illegal alien apprehended by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency during the last fiscal year had an estimated 84 percent chance of never being prosecuted, according to figures compiled by the office of Rep. John Culberson (R-Texas).
Culberson submitted the figures for the record during a hearing Wednesday of the House Appropriations subcommittee on homeland security.
Of 447,731 illegal aliens apprehended by the U.S. Border Patrol during fiscal year 2010 (which ended last September), only 73,263 (16.4 percent) were prosecuted, according to the submitted data. That means that 374,468 illegal aliens that were taken into custody (83.6 percent) were never prosecuted
THESE FIGURES ARE DATED. CNN REPORTS THERE ARE MORE THAN ONE MILLION MEXICAN GANG MEMBERS IN THIS NATION, AND THE MEX DRUG CARTELS HAVE DEEMED OUR BORDER ENTIRELY OPEN. BUT THEN SO DOES LA RAZA OBAMA!
Lou Dobbs Tonight
And there are some 800,000 gang members in this country: That’s more than the combined number of troops in our Army and Marine Corps. These gangs have become one of the principle ways to import and distribute drugs in the United States. Congressman David Reichert joins Lou to tell us why those gangs are growing larger and stronger, and why he’s introduced legislation to eliminate the top three international drug gangs.
HOW MANY ILLEGAL CRIMINALS ARE ON THE PROWL?
400,000 and they’re just waiting for OBAMA’S LA RAZA AMNESTY!
There are currently over 400,000 unaccounted for illegal alien criminals with outstanding deportation orders. Those are just the ones apprehended. At least one fourth of these are hard core criminals. Nobody knows how many more there are, but they are numerous and roaming your neighborhoods, preying on you and your family. Read more about it here.
Many of these heinous crimes are against children. How many children are being molested, raped, and murdered by illegal aliens? Nobody knows for sure but the numbers are staggering. To give you some idea of the prevalence of the crime, peruse the ICE Public Information News Releases.
While there are numerous reports of individual sexual predators such as Mexican Sex Offender and Six-Time Deportee in ICE Custody or Man Deported Following Conviction For Molesting 6-year-old, you will see many reports of multiple child predators being caught and deported. Some of them over the last two years are as follows:
• 45 child predators arrested in New York City,,
• 36 convicted Orange County child sex offenders face deportation
• ICE arrests 52 child predators in NYC operation
• Four Child Predators Arrested In Rhode Island
• ICE Arrests 16 predators in Westchester County Operation
• ICE Agents Arrest 8 Child Sex Predators In Washington, DC And Virginia
• 18 Predators Nabbed By ICE In Nassau County
• ICE Arrests 25 Child Sex Offenders in Chicago Area
• ICE Arrests 7 in Rockland County, NY
• 12 Child Sex Predators Arrested in Santa Clara County
• ICE Arrests 27 Sexual Predators in Suffolk County
In case you are interested, that is 250 illegal alien child molesters. And that is just the tip of the iceberg.
When we talk about the costs to secure our borders, we need to ask "How many crimes against children is acceptable collateral damage?" Isn't that what it is all about? Cheap lettuce versus molested, raped and murdered children - a cost/benefit tradeoff.
Occasionally, the Federal Government decides to actually do something about some of the more violent illegal alien criminals - after they are already here and have committed mayhem! Operation Predator evolved out of ICE's mission to find and deport illegal aliens with the more heinous criminal records. The majority of the arrests under Operation Predator - roughly 85% - involved foreign nationals in this country whose child sex crimes made them removable from the United States. By matching immigration databases with state Megan's law directories, ICE agents have arrested more than 1,800 registered sex offenders.
Digressing for a moment, what the hell was a convicted, illegal alien sex offender even doing out of jail or not immediately deported – even if 63% do come right back - let alone roaming around the neighborhoods while on a registry! Has the judicial system in this country gone insane?
In any case, Operation Predator began on July 9, 2003, and resulted in 6,085 child predator arrests throughout the country - an average of roughly 250 arrests per month and eight arrests per day. While arrests have been made in every state, the most have occurred in these states: Arizona (207), California (1,578), Florida (255), Illinois (282), Michigan (153), Minnesota (190), New Jersey (423), New York (367), Oregon (148) and Texas (545).
While Operation Predator was a noble effort and ICE is to be commended, it only made a small dent in the criminal activity and number of horrific crimes being committed by illegal alien child sexual predators.
It is worth noting that some pedophile statistics report that each pedophile molests average of 148 children. If so, that could be as many as 900,580 victims from just the 6,085 illegal alien predators that were caught. Regardless, how many children being molested is acceptable collateral damage?
In fact, the criminal activity in the illegal alien community is now so bad that illegal aliens are being held for ransom and as slaves by other illegal aliens and smugglers are kidnapping illegal aliens from other smugglers! Then there is the fast growing "sex slave" problem as reported in The Girls Next Door, SEX TRAFFICKING - San Francisco Is A Major Center For International Crime Networks That Smuggle And Enslave, Raid in Tennessee ends girl's captivity as a sex slave Profiling Sex Trafficking: Illegal Immigrants At Risk, Latina Sex Slavery, and Police sting in Colorado shuts down Pacifica brothel
For more crimes committed by illegal aliens and the personal impact it has had on individual citizens see Immigrations Human Cost, Victims of Illegal Aliens, Crime Victims of Illegal Aliens, Escaping Justice, Predatory Aliens, Crimes involving immigrants from around the world, both legal and otherwise, and Victims of Illegal Aliens Memorial. Go to Fallen Heroes for information on a few more cops killed by illegal aliens.
When visiting any of the links and sites, keep in mind that nobody is tracking and reporting the crimes on a national basis and these are just the tip of the iceberg.
While it is a fact that most illegal aliens are law abiding, except for breaking immigration laws, it is also a fact that a significant percentage of illegal aliens have no respect for the rule of law and our legal customs. Many come with anti-American attitudes and philosophies that are totally alien to our culture, a subject addressed later in this paper. The end result is an ever-growing lawlessness among large portions of the illegal alien communities. It only makes sense that illegal alien criminals come to the United States - this is where the money is and our jails are a whole lot nicer than what they have in their home countries.
As previously noted, this report does not go into the property crimes being committed by illegal aliens. However, like the activities of other equal opportunity criminals, many property crimes are drug related, an activity that many illegal aliens, especially illegal alien gangs, are involved in. While violent crimes against one's person are the most serious, if your identity or car is stolen by an illegal alien you won't be too happy about it.
As a small example of property crimes, in 2003, according to the Arizona Department of Motor Vehicles, 57,600 cars were stolen in Phoenix alone. The owner losses are estimated to exceed $864 million. Most of the stolen cars ended up in Mexico and were never recovered. How many of those cars were stolen by illegal alien criminals versus resident criminals is unknown but you can rest assured that illegal aliens had a large part of it..
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Government Data Imply High Immigrant Crime Rates; Findings Contradict Older Research Showing Low Rates
PRNewswire November 19, 2009
WASHINGTON, Nov. 19 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Center for Immigration Studies has published a detailed report on immigration and crime based on a variety of recently released data, including some obtained through Freedom of Information Act requests. The newer government data implies that immigrants have relatively high rates of crime. This contradicts older academic research that generally found low rates of crime. The overall picture of immigrants and crime remains confused due to conflicting information and a lack of good data.
The report, "Immigration and Crime: Assessing a Conflicted Issue," by Steven Camarota and Jessica Vaughan, is online at http:// cis.org/ImmigrantCrime
Among the findings:
-- The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) estimates that immigrants
(legal and illegal) comprise 20 percent of inmates in prisons and jails.
The foreign-born are 15.4 percent of the nation's adult population.
However, DHS has not provided a detailed explanation of how the
estimates were generated.
-- Under contract to DHS in 2004, Fentress, Inc. reviewed 8.1 million
inmate records from state prison systems and 45 large county jails. They
found that 22 percent of inmates were foreign-born. But the report did
not cover all of the nation's jails.
-- The 287(g) program and related efforts have found high rates of
illegal-alien incarceration in some communities. But it is unclear if
the communities are representative of the country:
-- Maricopa County, Ariz.: 22 percent of felons are illegal aliens;
-- Lake County, Ill.: 19 percent of jail inmates are illegal aliens;
-- Collier County, Fla.: 20 to 22 percent of jail inmates and arrestees
are illegal aliens;
-- Weld County, Colo.: 12.8 to 15.2 percent of those jailed are illegal
-- DHS states that it has identified 221,000 non-citizens in the nation's
jails. This equals 11 to 15 percent of the jail population. Non- citizens
are 8.6 percent of the nation's total adult population.
-- The Federal Bureau of Prisons reports that 26.4 percent of inmates in
federal prisons are non-citizens. However, federal prisons are not
representative of prisons generally or local jails.
-- Recent reports by the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) and
Immigration Policy Center (IPC) showing low rates of immigrant
incarceration highlight the data problems in many studies. The 2000
Census data they used are not reliable.
-- An analysis of the data used in the PPIC and IPC studies by the National
Research Council found that 53 percent of the time the Census Bureau had
to make an educated guess whether a prisoner was an immigrant. The
studies are essentially measuring these guesses, not actual immigrant
-- The poor quality of data used in the PPIC and IPC studies is illustrated
by wild and implausible swings. It shows a 28 percent decline in
incarcerated immigrants 1990 to 2000 -- yet the overall immigrant
population grew 59 percent. Newer Census data from 2007 show a 146
percent increase in immigrant incarceration 2000 to 2007 -- yet, the
overall immigrant population grew only 22 percent.
-- The "Survey of Inmates in State and Federal Correctional Facilities"
shows that 8.1 percent of prisoners in state prisons are immigrants
(legal and illegal). However, the survey excludes jails and relies on
inmate self-identification, which is likely to understate the number of
-- In 2009, 57 percent of the 76 fugitive murderers most wanted by the
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) were foreign-born. It is likely
however that because immigrants can more readily flee to other
countries, they comprise a disproportionate share of fugitives.
-- Most studies comparing crime rates and immigration levels across cities
show no clear correlation between the immigrant share of a city's
population and its level of crime. This is one of the strongest
arguments that immigrants do not have high crime rates. However, such
studies generally measure only overall crime, not crimes specifically
committed by immigrants. Also, a 2009 analysis by DHS' Office of
Immigration Statistics found that crime rates were higher in
metropolitan areas that received large numbers of legal immigrants.
-- From 1998 to 2007, 816,000 criminal aliens were removed from the United
States because of a criminal charge or conviction. This is equal to
about one-fifth of the nation's total jail and prison population. These
figures do not include those removed for the lesser offense of living or
working in the country illegally. The removal and deportation of large
numbers of criminal aliens may reduce immigrant incarceration rates
because many will not return and re-offend, as is the case with many
-- Some have argued that the fall in overall national crime rates since the
early 1990s is evidence that immigration actually reduces crime.
However, overall crime rates are affected by many factors. Moreover, the
1970s and 1980s saw crime rates rise along with immigration levels.
-- Overall incarceration rates are also a poor means of examining the link
between immigration and crime. Since the 1970s, the share of the U.S.
population that is incarcerated has grown almost exactly in proportion
to the share of the population that is immigrant. But unless inmates can
be identified as immigrant or native-born this information sheds little
light on the issue of immigrant criminality.
The Center for Immigration Studies is an independent research institution that examines the impact of immigration on the United States.
SOURCE Center for Immigration Studies
Originally published by Center for Immigration Studies.
Illegal immigrants, unlawful activities
Yakima Herald-Republic November 15, 2009
By Melissa Sanchez, Yakima Herald-Republic, Wash.
Nov. 15--YAKIMA, Wash. -- The Yakima County jail echoes with slamming steel doors and yelling prisoners as a federal agent sits down behind a computer with a list of inmates to interview.
Across the table is Julio Laguna Mendoza, a quiet 54-year-old arrested for drunken driving several days earlier. The computer shows he's no stranger to the system.
Laguna's been arrested a half-dozen times for illegally entering the country. Mug shots provide a time-sequence of Laguna aging after each arrest.
This time, he made it as far as Yakima. But it won't be long before he's deported again.
Few issues are more controversial or emotional than the impact illegal immigrants have on crime -- or how local law enforcement officers deal with illegal immigrants.
Immigrant-rights advocates insist that most are hard workers no more likely to commit crimes than citizens. Others blame illegal immigrants for a large share of the Yakima Valley's serious crime.
But getting an accurate picture has never been easy. To date, authorities say no specific research has been done on the impact of illegal immigration on the criminal justice system in Yakima County.
Local police, deputies and prosecutors say they don't know what percentage of crime immigrants commit because they don't ask suspects about their immigration status. Jailers don't keep statistics on whether inmates are here legally. And to some degree, federal agents seeking to identify immigration violators among the jail population must rely on what suspects say.
But a Yakima Herald-Republic analysis of county jail booking records for the month of October sheds some light on how many in the facility are suspected of violating immigration law and what local charges they face:
--Six percent of the more than 630 people booked into the jail on local charges in October were suspected of breaking immigration law and placed on federal hold.
(Immigrants who are not U.S. citizens account for just under 13 percent of Yakima County residents, according to a 2008 U.S. Census estimate. The census report did not distinguish between illegal immigrants and those here on visas.)
--Citizens and those placed on immigration holds were booked on felony charges at roughly equal rates, 28 percent and 26 percent, respectively.
--More than 60 percent of inmates with immigration holds were booked on traffic violations, such as driving without a license and negligent driving.
--Drunken driving, a gross misdemeanor, was the No. 1 charge against noncitizens.
Without extensive study, it's difficult to tell whether October was a statistically average month at the jail.
But local police officials, while repeatedly emphasizing they don't ask suspects about their immigration status, said the numbers weren't unexpected.
"It's not surprising at all," said Sunnyside deputy police chief Phil Schenck.
Authorities also agreed that jail bookings in October provide a fair snapshot of the Yakima Valley's demographics, which change with the agricultural calendar.
Exact comparisons are difficult, but the local rates are similar to those found in at least one study elsewhere on immigrants and criminality. A 2008 analysis by the nonpartisan Public Policy Institute of California showed that while immigrants make up about 35 percent of that state's population, they account for 17 percent of the adult prison population.
Federal agents have been pulling illegal immigrants from local jails for years.
"We're focusing on the most egregious criminals or threats to the public," said Bryan Wilcox, deputy field office director with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in Seattle.
"Anyone we encounter in the jail, regardless of the circumstances of how they got to jail, if they're not a U.S. citizen then were going to look at them."
The federal actions, however, are not without controversy.
Ann Benson, director of the Washington Defenders Association Immigration Project, said the federal program targeting inmates in local jails doesn't seek out the most serious criminal aliens.
It's an indiscriminate dragnet that rounds up as many immigrants as possible, she said.
"The overwhelming majority of the people being rounded up are fathers, sons and brothers who have families that rely on them and who are members of our communities," she said.
Others, however, want to see far more aggressive enforcement.
Yakima County Sheriff Ken Irwin regularly gets asked why immigration status isn't questioned when deputies are investigating a crime.
"We concentrate on the criminals committing crimes, not those people violating immigration law, because effective law enforcement is based on trust of the community," he said. "And if we have a large segment of the community that does not trust law enforcement, then the community as a whole is less safe because crime is not being reported."
Besides, police agencies have enough trouble keeping up with drug crimes and car thefts, he said.
"I've told so many groups I've talked to that if I could get rid of the stupid white people who are heavily involved in ... methamphetamine -- wow, that's where we'd really see the reduction in crime," he said.
"But the illegal immigrant is an easy target and a little too easy to blame for the ills that we have."
His stance -- echoed by other Yakima Valley law enforcement leaders, including Yakima police Chief Sam Granato -- frustrates people like Bob West.
West is the president of Grassroots of Yakima Valley, an organization that wants local law enforcement agencies to verify the legal status of everybody they encounter -- and to alert federal immigration authorities of possible illegal immigrants.
"Nobody checks up on it because it's not the politically correct thing to do," West said. "I'm not saying all illegal immigrants are criminals. But the illegals have broken at least one law. Who knows what percentage of illegal immigrants break other laws?"
Some of the Valley's most vocal opponents of illegal immigration recognize that immigrants don't commit a disproportionate amount of crime here.
But their U.S.-born children do, said Nick Hughes, a retired hops seller who has stood in front of Yakima City Council meetings to blame Hispanic immigrants for gang violence.
"Most of the gang members are (children of illegal immigrants)," he said. "If we hadn't allowed the illegal parents here, we wouldn't have the children here causing the gang problems."
Few -- including those in law enforcement -- will disagree with Hughes' assessment. Irwin called the trend a breakdown in immigrant families.
"They're hardworking people, for the most part, but the children ... are not being disciplined and parented as they should be," Irwin said.
Illegal immigration brings its share of problems, even if crime is not a major one, Irwin said.
Overburdened schools, social services and hospitals are among reasons why the federal government should find a solution to the nation's immigration problem -- whether it's a path to citizenship for millions of illegal immigrants or mass deportation, he added.
"We've all been a part of this problem," Irwin said. "We're used to the services -- landscapers, construction, hotels, all of that, especially our agriculture industry has benefited from illegal immigration to a certain extent.
"We all need to be a part of a solution, whatever it may be."
FROM JUDICIAL WATCH:
Twice Convicted Illegal Alien Had Fed Work Permit
The drunken illegal immigrant who killed a nun in Virginia last month was not only released by federal authorities after previous arrests, he was issued a special Homeland Security work permit after two criminal convictions.
Just when you thought that government negligence had plateaued in the tragic incident, several news reports reveal that it gets worst. It turns out that the illegal alien from Bolivia (Carlos Montano) somehow obtained a special federal work permit—issued by the Department of Homeland Security—while he was awaiting deportation for previous offenses.
Montano already had two drunken driving convictions yet federal authorities released him on his own recognizance while he awaited a removal hearing. In the interim the illegal alien, intoxicated and with an expired license, swerved over a median in Prince William County and slammed into a vehicle carrying three Catholic nuns. One died and two were critically injured.
Montano’s federal employment authorization card, known as an I-766 permit, was discovered only because Virginia authorities revealed that he used it to obtain a state identification card. Because of the Montano case, Virginia no longer accepts the federal card as proof of legal presence for those seeking state IDs or licenses from the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Incredibly, the government regularly issues work permits to illegal immigrants who are scheduled to be deported for criminal conduct. In a letter to the Department of Homeland Security, Prince William County’s police chief diplomatically requests that the “glaring gap in DHS policy” be “reconsidered” and “corrected.”
ARIZONA AS THEY ATTEMPT TO DEFEND THEMSELVES FROM THE MEXICAN INVASION.
OUTSIDE OF MEXICO CITY, THE LARGEST NUMBER OF KIDNAPPINGS IS IN PHOENIX.
EVERYDAY THERE IS A KIDNAPPING BY A MEXICAN IN PHOENIX!
illegals vs crime
TEN MOST WANTED CRIMINALS IN CALIFORNIA ARE MEXICANS!
http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=53103 Did you know illegals kill 12 Americans a day?
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/bloggers/1738432/posts FBI Crime Statistics - Crimes committed by illegals.
http://www.mexica-movement.org/ They claim all of North America for Mexico!