In what officials caution is now a dangerous and even deadly crime wave, Phoenix, Arizona has become the kidnapping capital of America, with more incidents than any other city in the world outside of Mexico City and over 370 cases last year alone. In fact, kidnappings and other crimes connected to the Mexican drug cartels are quickly spreading across the border, from Texas to California. The majority of the victims are either illegal aliens or connected to the drug trade. ED STRAKER
Monday, July 9, 2018
ICE 'VOICE' OFFICE HELPS THE MANY VICTIMS OF THE MEXICAN CRIME TIDAL WAVE OF MURDERS, RAPE, MOLESTATION and VIOLENCE
ICE ‘VOICE’ Office Aids Victims of Criminal Illegal Alien Assaults, Murders, Domestic Violence
Criminal illegal aliens who have assaulted and even killed American citizens are now facing certain deportation and their victims are getting help, thanks to President Donald Trump’s 2017 Executive Order to increase public safety inside the United States.
That’s the conclusion of the latest Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) quarterly report required by the EO.
“The Executive Order titled Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States directed ICE’s Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement Office (VOICE) to create quarterly reports studying the effects of the victimization by criminal aliens present in the United States,” the report, released in June, states.
The report detailed seven “anonymized case studies” to show how victims have been helped but by the VOICE office since it opened on April 26, 2017, through September 30, 2017:
The office helped a victim whose child was murdered three decades ago by an illegal alien who was about to be released with an ankle monitor after serving 30 years in prison for murder and drug trafficking. The VOICE office was able to intervene, and an immigration judge ordered the alien be deported.
An illegal alien who was convicted and serving time in a local county jail for attacking the victim who contacted the VOICE office because the alien was about to be released. Since he entered the United States illegally as a minor, ICE did not have information about him but was able to place a detainer on the alien and he was deported following an order issued by an immigration judge.
A murdered victim’s mother submitted a victim impact statement and testimony for an immigration hearing, leading to the criminal illegal alien’s removal. The alien is a Mexican citizen who entered the United States illegally. She was convicted of Intoxication Manslaughter with a Vehicle and Intoxication Assault with a Vehicle Causing Serious Bodily Injury. She was sentenced to seven years and five years confinement, respectively, for killing a 20-year-old woman and injuring five other passengers. An immigration judge rejected the alien’s request for voluntary departure and ordered her removed to Mexico.
The VOICE Office received an email from a victim about the alien in the case who had reached a plea agreement with the county district attorney, and as a result, would soon be released from local custody. The alien, who was convicted of simple assault, was sentenced to a maximum of 12 months incarceration. ICE ERO officers arrested the alien when he was released and placed the individual in removal proceedings, which led to his deportation.
A woman and her children who had been abused by her ex-spouse — a criminal illegal alien and alleged gang member — sought confirmation from the VOICE office that her abuser had been removed from the United States.
A sexual assault victim whose attacker was found guilty for the attack contacted VOICE office about his whereabouts. The VOICE office was able to confirm the alien was in ICE custody and inform her later that he was deported.
The sibling of a manslaughter victim called the VOICE office seeking information on the whereabouts of the criminal alien responsible for the death because of rumors the alien was freed from state prison. The criminal alien’s previous removal order was reinstated and was subsequently deported.
The office also connects victims with resources that can help them and established a toll-free hotline: 1-855-48-VOICE or 1-855-488-6423.
“From April 26, 2017, to September 30, 2017, the VOICE Office’s hotline referred 843 calls to CROs in ICE’s Areas of Responsibility (AORs) across the United States who were tasked with engaging with victims and ensuring they had access to information and resources,” the report states.
The report’s overview explains the role ICE plays in protecting American citizens:
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) protects America from the cross-border crime and illegal immigration that threaten national security and public safety. To carry out that mission, ICE focuses on smart immigration enforcement, preventing terrorism, and combating transnational criminal threats.
The agency has an annual budget of approximately $6 billion, primarily devoted to three operational directorates—Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO), Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), and the Office of the Principal Legal Advisor (OPLA). A fourth directorate—Management and Administration (M&A)—supports the three operational branches to advance the ICE mission.
Illegal Alien Charged with Raping Teen Sisters Deported Four Times from U.S.
An illegal alien who is one of four men accused of kidnapping and raping teen sisters was previously deported from the United States four times.
Four illegal aliens — including 24-year-old illegal alien Simon Juan Thomas from Guatemala — are alleged to have kidnapped and raped a 13-year-old girl and her 14-year-old sister at a Days Inn near Wooster Street in Bowling Green, as Breitbart News reported.
While authorities continue a nationwide manhunt to find illegal aliens Arnulfo Ramos and Juan Adiel, Thomas and 27-year-old illegal alien David Ramos Contreras have been arrested and are in police custody.
Illegal alien David Ramos Contreras has been captured and arrested by police after allegedly kidnapping and raping two teen sisters alongside his illegal alien accomplices.
Illegal alien Juan Garcia Rios Adiel is still on the run from police after allegedly kidnapping and raping two teen sisters alongside his illegal alien accomplices.
Illegal alien Arnuflo Ramos is still on the run from police after allegedly kidnapping and raping two teen sisters alongside his illegal alien accomplices.
Thomas, according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials, has been deported from the U.S. four times previously, shedding light on the country’s weak immigration system whereby criminal illegal aliens repeatedly re-enter the country after being deported.
Thomas was arrested and charged by Bowling Green Police with raping minors and is currently imprisoned on a $50,000 bond.
Police say 27-year-old Contreras is from Mexico and was supposed to be deported from the U.S. last year but instead was released back into the public after getting out of prison for multiple drunk driving charges.
All four illegal aliens were using fake IDs, according to police.
Police are advising anyone with information on the whereabouts of Arnulfo Ramos and Juan Adiel to contact the Bowling Green Police Division at 419-352-1131, Wood County CrimeStoppers at 1-800-54-CRIME, or a local law enforcement agency.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Arnulfo Ramos and Juan Adiel is allowed to stay anonymous and is eligible for an up to $1,000 reward should the information provided lead to the arrest and conviction of any of the suspects.
John Binder is a reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter at @JxhnBinder.
One in four prisoners in federal custody is an alien, according to a new report from the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security.
That sounds bad enough, but it’s a low-ball figure because the report does not fully account for inmates at local jails and state prisons, which house roughly 90 percent of America’s incarcerated population. DOJ and DHS say they are rounding up those numbers.
Meantime, here are three salient facts from end of the first quarter of Fiscal 2018:
57,820 known or suspected aliens were in federal custody.
Drug trafficking, not immigration violations, was the primary offense of aliens locked up by the Bureau of Prisons.
The U.S. Marshals Service spent more than $134 million to house known or suspected aliens during the quarter. This, too, is a conservative tally, since the Bureau of Prisons’ much larger costs were not included.
Also missing are clear breakdowns of resident and illegal aliens, as well as comparative data from prior years.
But let’s not quibble. If it weren’t for President Donald Trump’s executive order to compile and release these quarterly reports, the American public would know even less about the impact and presence of criminal aliens in this country.
So, like border enforcement and national security, proper accounting remains a work in progress. As we all know, Rome wasn’t built (or overrun) in a day.
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