3,700 illegal immigrant ‘Threat Level 1’ criminals released into U.S. by DHS

Washington Times
Thursday, June 4, 2015
Immigration Impact

Most of the illegal [alien] immigrant criminals Homeland Security officials released from custody last year were discretionary, meaning the department could have kept them in detention but chose instead to let them onto the streets as their deportation cases moved through the system, according to new numbers from Congress.

Innocents die while politicians lie

Tom Tancredo spotlights death toll of illegal-alien killers not referred to ICE
World Net Daily
Sunday, May 24, 2015
Colorado News

Gov’t Loses Millions Transporting Illegal Aliens On Mostly Empty Charter Flights

Monday, April 20, 2015
National News
The federal government missed an estimated $41.1 million in “cost savings” transporting [illegal alien] immigrant detainees on charter flights due to an inefficient use of resources — namely flying with empty seats — a government watchdog concludes.

DHS released another 30,000 criminal aliens onto streets

Washington Times
Friday, March 20, 2015
National News
Federal immigration officers released another 30,000 immigrants with criminal records last year, following the 36,000 it released in 2013, the government announced Wednesday — though it promised to take steps to cut down on the problem.

1,000 Criminal Immigrants Released in 2013 Committed New Crimes

Saturday, January 31, 2015
National News

One thousand criminal immigrants [illegal aliens] released from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody in fiscal year 2013 went on to commit new crimes, according to a new Department of Homeland Security document.

Colorado county jails no longer holding immigrants for ICE

The Denver Post
Friday, September 19, 2014
Colorado News

All of Colorado's county jails now have stopped holding immigrants while federal agents decide whether to take them into custody for possible immigration violations.

L.A. is 'epicenter' of [Mexican] cartel money laundering, U.S. official says

Federal agents seize an estimated $65 million ... part of a widespread attempt by Mexican drug cartels to launder narcotics profits
The Los Angeles Times
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
National News

Federal agents launched a series of raids in the downtown Los Angeles fashion district on Wednesday and seized an estimated $65 million in cash and other assets they allege were part of a widespread attempt by Mexican drug cartels to launder narcotics profits.

A Town Near You? ICE Reveals Locations of Convicted Murderers It Freed

Center for Immigration Studies
Monday, August 25, 2014
National News


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