“More than 500 individuals who obtained DACA benefits that were later revoked due to criminal and/or gang involvement apparently are still living in the country and at large, according to statistics provided by USCIS to Sen. Chuck Grassley, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee. These cases are 25 percent of those who lost DACA status due to criminal and/or gang activity as of November 2017. Only about 30 percent of the ex-DACA criminal aliens have been removed or were in ICE custody as of November 2017.
“According to USCIS, a total of 2,127 individuals had their DACA status terminated for criminal activity and/or gang activity as of November 22, 2017. In no more than 3 percent of these cases did the termination occur merely because of gang involvement; nearly all of the terminations followed criminal convictions or arrests, according to related data on the USCIS website.”
CIS warns that gang membership does not automatically preclude aliens from gaining U.S. government entitlements and enjoying protection from removal under DACA:
“Under current law, gang members are not automatically barred from receiving immigration benefits such as green cards, work permits, and Temporary Protected Status, and clearly many have obtained these benefits in recent years.
An ad for President Trump cites racist Mexican cop-killer Luis Bracamontes an example of “pure evil,” and a reason to build a wall and stop illegal immigration. As it happens, three days after the president’s 2016 election victory, California denied parole to Juan Corona, the Mexican serial killer who makes an even stronger case for border enforcement.
Corona was born in the Mexican state of Jalisco in 1934 and in 1950 illegally crossed the border into the United States. He picked carrots and melons in Imperial Valley then moved north to the Yuba City area, near Sacramento. Deported in 1956, Corona had no trouble entering the United States illegally a second time. By 1960, the Mexican became a labor contractor for local American farmers, including Goro Kagehiro.
On May 19, 1971, Kagehiro noticed that someone dug a man-sized space in his peach orchard and filled in the hole. This turned out to be the grave of Kenneth Whiteacre, whom somebody had sodomized before stabbing him to death then chopping apart his head with a machete.
That gruesome discovery launched a search for other bodies and by June 4 police had found 25 victims, including: Charles Fleming, Melford Sample, Donald Smith, John J. Haluka, Warren Kelley, Sigurd Beierman, William Emery Kamp, Clarence Hocking, James W. Howard, Jonah R. Smallwood, Elbert T. Riley, Paul B. Allen, Edward Martin Cupp, Albert Hayes, Raymond Muchache, John H. Jackson, Lloyd Wallace Wenzel, Mark Beverly Shields, Sam Bonafide and Joseph Maczak. Four others were not identified.
The victims ranged in age from 40 to 68, and not a single one was Mexican. All but three were white American workers and the others black or Native American. The killer had buried each one on the north side of a tree with their arms over their heads, in some cases with their pants pulled down. One had been shot and victims had been sodomized then stabbed in the chest. The killer then took a machete to the back of their heads, slashing them in the shape of a cross.
With the body of Melford Sample and other victims police found receipts made out to Juan Corona. At Corona’s home they found a meat cleaver, machete, double-bladed ax and wooden club, all stained with blood. Police also found a gun and a ledger book containing the names of seven victims.
In 1973, a jury found Corona guilty of murder and sentenced him to 25 consecutive life terms. In 1978, a state appeal court overturned the conviction, charging that his lawyers failed to counter the 119 witnesses for the prosecution.
Corona’s second trial in 1982 took seven months and cost taxpayers $5 million. The Mexican had bouts of mental illness but his lawyers did not mount an insanity defense. Instead they argued that Corona’s late half-brother Natividad carried out the killings. Closing arguments took 12 days and after two weeks of deliberation the jury found Corona guilty on all charges. The court duly restored the 25 life sentences.
The murder victims were all non-Mexicans, including African Americans and Native Americans, so Corona’s sadistic killings could have been motivated in part by racism. The Mexican’s murder spree was the worst in U.S. history before John Wayne Gacy, convicted in 1980 of killing 33 young men and boys in Chicago. Illinois executed Gacy in 1994 but Juan Corona took 25 American lives, possibly more, and got to keep his own life.
BLOG: CA HAS THE LARGEST AND MOST EXPENSIVE PRISON SYSTEM IN THE NATION. HALF THE INMATES ARE MEXICANS.
ACCORDING TO FORMER CA ATTORNEY GENERAL KAMALA HARRIS, A LA RAZA SUPREMACY DEMOCRAT, HALF THE MURDERS IN CA ARE NOW BY MEXICAN GANGS.
Like Jose Inez Garcia Zarate, the criminal Mexican who killed Kate Steinle, and Luis Bracamontes, the racist Mexican who murdered police officers Danny Oliver and Michael Davis, Juan Corona was not supposed to be in the United States in the first place. For many Americans, this depraved serial killer is a strong argument for ending chain migration, denying amnesty, strengthening the border and deporting illegals.
After shooting Danny Oliver in the head with a 9mm handgun, Bracamontes attempted to commandeer the car of Anthony Holmes. When the African American Holmes refused, Bracamontes shot him five times. Holmes survived but Bracamontes also brandished the AR-15 rifle he used to kill Michael Davis, and he wounded another officer before being captured.
The murder of two police officers is a serious matter but the violent attack prompted no statement from California governor Jerry Brown or attorney general Kamala Harris. Both failed to lament the “gun violence” on display in the case.
In the early going Bracamontes admitted killing the cops but in his current trial in Sacramento he took it to a new level. “I wish I had killed more of the motherfuckers,” he boasted, adding, that he would “break out soon and I will kill more,” so “there’s no need for a fucking trial.”
The criminal Mexican also shouted “fuck you all,” toward the Oliver and Davis families and said “Fuck Danny Oliver! Fuck Michael Davis!” The criminal illegal also called witness Anthony Holmes a “nigger.”
Holmes testified that Bracamontes demanded “give me your car,” and when Holmes tried to flee “he just shot me in my head, in my ear,” taking other wounds in the hands. As he shot Holmes, Bracamontes wore a smirk on his face “just like he’s got right now,” Holmes testified.
As he left the witness stand Bracamontes told Holmes, “You’re lucky I didn’t kill you.” The repeatedly deported Mexican then turned his attention to African American family members and jurors, shouting “black lives don’t matter!” As it happens, Danny Oliver’s wife Susan is African American.
In similar style, black lives did not matter to Mexican nationals Saul Isidro-Aucencio and Francisco Delgado. In 2011 the pair gunned down Jamir Miller, 15, Richard Ward, 16, and Robert Corpos, 20. Isidro-Aucensio used an AK-47 to shoot Miller in the head, and in court, Jamir Miller’s mother Melissa Jellison expressed anger that the murderers of her son were in the country illegally. Judge Helena Gweon, a Berkeley alum with a JD from Harvard, told the grieving mother “This case has nothing to with illegal aliens.”
The murders prompted no federal, state or local politicians to call for tougher border enforcement or more cooperation with federal law enforcement. That was also the case with the July 2015 shooting of Kate Steinle by Mexican national Jose Inez Garcia Zarate, a repeatedly deported career criminal. State politicians used the case to ramp up defiance of federal law, and have since taken that to a new level.
Under the “Immigrant Protection Act,” which also kicked in January 1, employers must notify workers before a federal audit of employee records and cannot voluntarily share information without a subpoena.
“We will prosecute those who violate the law,” says Becerra, once on Hillary Clinton’s short list as a running mate. The state’s “top cop,” as the establishment media describe him, remains silent over the murder of police officers Danny Oliver and Michael Davis by Mexican national Luis Bracamontes.
When the cop-killer called Anthony Holmes a “nigger” and shouted at jurors that “black lives don’t matter,” that brought no comment from attorney general Becerra. Holmes, on the other hand was not going to remain silent in the face of racism. As he finished his testimony, Holmes turned to Bracamontes and told the Mexican, “Fuck you.”
Californians could be forgiven for saying the same thing to ruling-class Democrats who turn a blind eye to violent criminal racists and protect false-documented illegals from deportation. Holmes’ brave resistance to the cop killer also sets a strong example.
If police get in gun battle with a criminal illegal, they should shoot to kill. That way, as Luis Bracamontes said, “there’s no need for a fucking trial.” On the other hand, many citizens might agree, there is a need to keep racist murderers like Luis Bracamontes out of the United States of America.
Violent Crime Up Twice the National Average in Part of California
Violent crime is up across the country, but in some pockets of California, violent offenses — including murder, rape, robbery and assault — are up twice the national average, according to an FBI report released Monday.
While property crimes were down both nationally and in California, violent crimes spiked almost 4% in the Golden State, even though some in academia made a point to downplay the dramatic increase, according to the San Francisco Chronicle:
In California, 1,930 people were slain last year, an increase of 3.7 percent that came on the heels of a rise of 9.7 percent the previous year. But the 2016 rate — 4.9 victims for every 100,000 population — is relatively low compared with the rate 10 years earlier (6.9) and far lower than the rate in 1980 (14.4).
“The overall picture is that homicide and violent crime rates went up dramatically in the 1970s and ’80s and ’90s, and then underwent a dramatic drop in the last 20 years, and leveled off,” said Robert Weisberg, a Stanford University criminal law professor and co-director of the school’s Criminal Justice Center.
The FBI’s 2016 numbers, he said, “are not inconsistent with that.”
Still, Bay Area law enforcement officials have expressed concern about the recent trend, opening up a debate over whether crime has gone up due to several factors, including the effort to reduce jail and prison populations and a struggle in some places to recruit and retain officers.
And Bay Area law enforcement officials are not the only ones wondering if recent prison and sentencing reforms have led to the dramatic increase.
[v]iolent crime rate — which includes the number of homicides, rape, robbery and assault — was 716.3 per 100,000 people in 2016. Nationally, the violent crime rate was 386.3.
With violent crime in Sacramento rising at twice the national rate, there are additional questions about the impact of Gov. Jerry Brown’s signature prison reform, known as “AB109 Realignment.” That measure transferred many dangerous and violent felons from state to county supervision, and effectively commuted many sentences. It also put violent felons back on the streets and ended state parole supervision for those offenders altogether.
In February, California’s law enforcement community was rocked when a Whittier police officer, Keith Boyer, 53, was murdered by an unsupervised AB109 offender, who would have been behind bars had he been subject to state parole supervision.
An illegal alien in Indiana accused of molesting a child and giving her the herpes virus has blamed “black magic” for his actions, a report says.
Huber Morales, 24, was charged with five felony sex crimes by authorities in Vanderburgh County, Indiana, on January 16 after doctors alleged that he molested a seven-year-old girl and gave her herpes, according to NBC Channel 14 News.
Morales, who told police he was born in Mexico and is in the U.S. illegally, was booked into the Vanderburgh County jail on five counts of molesting a child, including two level-one felony counts and three level-four felony counts.
The molestation was reported after the child was taken to a hospital for an outbreak of genital herpes early this month. When asked how she might have contracted the disease, the child claimed that Morales had molested her “a lot of times.”
For his part, Morales allegedly told police it wasn’t his fault and insisted that someone was using “black magic” to force him to molest the girl.
The suspect’s bond was set at $100,000. He was also ordered not to have any contact with the victim, the Courier and Press reported.
So when cities across the country declare that they will NOT be sanctuary, guess where ALL the illegals, criminals, gang members fleeing ICE will go???? straight to your welcoming city. So ironically the people fighting for sanctuary city status, may have an unprecedented crime wave to deal with along with the additional expense.
$17 Billion dollars a year is spent for education for the American-born children of illegal aliens, known as anchor babies.
$12 Billion dollars a year is spent on primary and secondary school education for children here illegally and they cannot speak a word of English.
$22 billion is spent on (AFDC) welfare to illegal aliens each year.
$2.2 Billion dollars a year is spent on food assistance programs such as (SNAP) food stamps, WIC, and free school lunches for illegal aliens.
$3 Million Dollars a DAY is spent to incarcerate illegal aliens.
30% percent of all Federal Prison inmates are illegal aliens. Does not include local jails and State Prisons.
2012 illegal aliens sent home $62 BILLION in remittances back to their countries of origin. This is why Mexico is getting involved in our politics.
$200 Billion Dollars a year in suppressed American wages are caused by the illegal aliens.
Nearly One Million Sex Crimes Committed by Illegal Immigrants In The United States.
According to the nonpartisan Center for Immigration Studies, the deportations occurred between October 2008 and February 2015. The three counties with the most deportations during this period were Los Angeles County, Calif.; Maricopa County, Ariz.; and Harris County, Texas.
Heather Mac Donald of the Manhattan Institute has testified before a Congressional committee that in 2004, 95% of all outstanding warrants for murder in Los Angeles were for illegal aliens; in 2000, 23% of all Los Angeles County jail inmates were illegal aliens and that in 1995, 60% of Los Angeles’s largest street gang, the 18th Street gang, were illegal aliens.
THE MURDEROUS MEXICANS….
Everyday there are 12 Americans murdered and 8 children molested by Mexicans!
Don Rosenberg, center, with his sons Drew, left, and Evan at a baseball game on Father's Day. (Rosenberg family)
Don Rosenberg and I have talked about illegal immigration on the phone and exchanged emails over the years, but we had never met, until Monday.
The federal government shutdown last weekend, and temporary reopening, are about a lot of things, but differing views on immigration are at the core of the impasse. Rosenberg and I come at the topic from different directions, too, and I was curious about whether we could find the common ground that eludes Washington.
So I drove to Rosenberg's home in Westlake Village and we spent three hours talking it over. I'd like to tell you we brokered a deal, sent it to Washington for approval by both sides, and the republic can now move forward.
But as goes the nation, so went the immigration summit in Westlake Village.
Rosenberg and his wife, an attorney, raised three children. In November of 2010, the family was shattered by the news that their eldest, Drew, a second-year law student, had been killed in a traffic accident in San Francisco.
Drew, 25, was riding his motorcycle at an intersection. A Honduran-born man named Roberto Galo hit Rosenberg at low speed and then, either in panic, confusion or an attempt to get away, hit him again.
"He backed up, drove over him a second time, and then went forward again," said Don Rosenberg. "The rear tire was on my son's abdomen. He was probably already dead at that point, I don't know."
Rosenberg began investigating the accident and the background of the driver. Among other things, he discovered that Galo was in the United States on temporary protected status, which means he could have qualified for a driver's license.
But Galo didn't have one. And Rosenberg found that five months before his son's death, Galo had been stopped by police and cited for going the wrong way on a one-way street and driving without a license or insurance.
After the accident that took young Rosenberg's life, Galo was convicted of voluntary manslaughter, sentenced to six months in jail, and was released after 43 days.
Rosenberg, a longtime liberal and registered Democrat, became an activist. His first focus was unlicensed drivers, and he found that about 7,500 deaths annually were caused by drivers with no license or a suspended license. He estimates half of those drivers were here illegally.
When I first wrote about Rosenberg five years ago this week, he railed against policies in San Francisco and Los Angeles in which unlicensed drivers, when cited, can quickly retrieve their cars and drive again. L.A. Police Chief Charlie Beck said it was "a fairness issue for people who don't have the opportunity to get licenses."
"I'm just looking for sane policy," Rosenberg told me at the time.
He has since evolved into an ardent foe of illegal immigration, of California's "sanctuary state" status, of the cost of services for those here illegally, and of congressional failure to enact tougher legislation. Republican politicians cater to those who covet cheap labor, as Rosenberg sees it, while Democrats care more about immigrants here unlawfully than about citizens.
And he says the media are radically biased,
producing scads of "cry me a river" stories
about the plight of those here illegally while
refusing to focus on the crimes they cause,
including murder, or on the cost of
education, incarceration and medical care.
Rosenberg makes some fair arguments, and he says they are based on research rather than driven by anguish over the loss of his son. When I pushed back on certain points or "statistics" that struck me as distortions, he pushed ahead.
To those who might think he's a racist, he says, they're wrong, for starters, and in his opinion, nobody pays a bigger price for illegal immigration and its impact on the economy than people of color.
Rosenberg is no fan of Donald Trump but met with him briefly when Trump was the tough-talking candidate who launched his political career on a promise to boot border violatorsback where they came from.
But even at that, Rosenberg was disappointed because he didn't think Trump, or congressional Republicans, were willing to go far enough. The wall is fine, said Rosenberg, who told me he visited the border last week to look at 30-foot-tall prototypes.
"You can't build a 31-foot ladder," he said with a smile.
But in his opinion Trump and Congress shouldn't even be discussing a deal for DACA recipients — those who have temporary protected status because they were brought here as children — until they tackle the bigger stuff, like birthright citizenship.
"You've got Chinese women coming over
here and giving birth to thousands of kids
and going back to China, and one day when
the kids come back we've got to support
them," he said.
This is how the conversation went, and I figured the last card I could play was DACA.
Surely we'd find agreement there, right?
Rosenberg said he supports protected status for those who came to the U.S. unwittingly, so long as they're crime-free, but he insists many of the 800,000 or so people in question were "rubber-stamped" rather than "screened," and "they're not all Rhodes scholars."
Nobody said they were, but I've met a lot of pretty impressive ones.
If it wasn't their fault they came here, Rosenberg said, "what are you going to do about the people whose fault it was?"
Clearly, we were following in the footsteps of Congress. I admit the immigration system is a manufactured mess, filled with contradiction and honest difference of opinion, but I disagree with Rosenberg's contention that it's all cost and no gain for the U.S.
Also, immigrant birth rates are down, illegal immigration appears to be as well, and crime is primarily a home-grown problem. If it were up to me, I'd spend more to develop the economies of countries to the south of us, and less on multibillion-dollar border walls or trillion-dollar wars abroad.
I told Rosenberg that if I lived in a country where jobs were few while corruption and narco-violence were plentiful — in part because of U.S. demand for illegal drugs — and I feared for the safety of my family, I wouldn't hesitate to cross the border to safety and opportunity.
And what would he do?
Rosenberg said of course he'd do the same, but the U.S. has to remove the magnets that draw people north.
Back to you, Washington.
America builds the La Raza “The Race” Mexican welfare state
Experts: 44 Percent of DACA Illegal Aliens Worked Without Valid Social Security Numbers – JOHN BINDER
Mexicans cheat, distribute drugs, lie, forge documents, STEAL and kill as if it’s a normal way of life. For them, it is. Mexico’s civilization stands diametrically opposed to America’s culture. FROSTY WOOLDRIDGE
UNDERSTANDING AMERICA’S LA RAZA MEX OCCUPIERS AND THEIR CULTURE THEY IMPOSE BUT WE PAY FOR:
Mexicans cheat, distribute drugs, lie, forge documents, steal and kill as if it’s a normal way of life. For them, it is. Mexico’s civilization stands diametrically opposed to America’s culture.
The legal age of sexual consent in Mexico is 12 years old. Sex with children at this age and younger is socially acceptable in Mexico. For example: A Mexican Lopez-Mendez pleaded guilty to sexual assault on a 10 year old girl in West Virginia.
MARK LEVIN: ‘THERE IS A BIG, UGLY SIDE TO ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION
BY JOSE R. GONZALEZ
THURSDAY ON LEVIN TV, NATIONALLY SYNDICATED RADIO SHOW HOST MARK LEVIN WARNED ABOUT THE DANGERS OF ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION SAYING, “THERE IS A BIG, UGLY SIDE OF ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION,” LEVIN SAID. “THERE’S ALL KINDS OF CRIMES BEING COMMITTED BY PEOPLE WHO AREN’T SUPPOSED TO BE HERE.”