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

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Most of the illegal 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.

Some of those released were the worst of the worst — more than 3,700 “Threat Level 1” criminals, who are deemed the top priority for deportation, were still released out into the community even as they waited for their immigration cases to be heard.

Homeland Security officials have implied their hands are tied by court rulings in many cases, but the numbers, obtained by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, showed 57 percent of the criminals released were by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s own choice, and they could have been kept instead.
“Put aside the spin, and the fact is that over 17,000 of the criminal aliens released last year were released due to ICE discretion, representing 57 percent of the releases,” said Mr. Goodlatte. “The Obama administration’s lax enforcement policies are reckless and needlessly endanger our communities.”
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ICE officials insist that those who are released are still monitored, often by electronic ankle bracelets but also through a system of phone checks or by paying a bond.

However, nearly all of those released under electronic monitoring broke the terms of their release, according to ICE numbers.
In fiscal year 2014, ICE put about 41,000 immigrants through electronic monitoring, and more than 30,000 of them broke the terms of their release — many of them racking up multiple violations. All told, they notched nearly 300,000 violations in one year alone, or an average of 10 instances per violator.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/jun/3/3700-illegal-immigrant-threat-level-1-criminals-re/?page=1

 

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Good post and info but my questions is released to where , what cities ?

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 Thats because DHS is a shitstain agency run by jews who have militarized cops  called Patriots and real Americans who support the Constitution as domestic terrorists. In charge of the TSA who hire convicted cho mos  and made 100 miles from the border Constitutional Free Zones along with the laughable free speech areas that are fenced in. Left our borders open and hindered anyone who tried to keep illegals out.  This is par for them. Oh lets not for get the billions upon billions of hollowpoint and match grade ammo.  Another jew bolshevik agency like  the checka in Russia 1917.

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 Thats because DHS is a shitstain agency run by jews who have militarized cops  called Patriots and real Americans who support the Constitution as domestic terrorists. In charge of the TSA who hire convicted cho mos  and made 100 miles from the border Constitutional Free Zones along with the laughable free speech areas that are fenced in. Left our borders open and hindered anyone who tried to keep illegals out.  This is par for them. Oh lets not for get the billions upon billions of hollowpoint and match grade ammo.  Another jew bolshevik agency like  the checka in Russia 1917.

​Get this guy a GMO free beer !  Well said   :cheers:   TSA who hire convicted cho mos

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cho mos? prison slang for child molesters

OK, all things lead to the nwo agenda.  How does this advance their plan? 

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cho mos? prison slang for child molesters

OK, all things lead to the nwo agenda.  How does this advance their plan? 

​Well, I think one of their short term goals is to implement a militarized federal police force.
More violent criminals on the streets adds to the racial and civil unrest that's already escalating.
This gives them an excuse to move forward with more aggressive policing and makes citizens more likely to accept it.

Additionally, ethnic diversity has a negative effect on individuals and communities, especially when it's forced.

The downside of diversity

A Harvard political scientist finds that diversity hurts civic life. What happens when a liberal scholar unearths an inconvenient truth?

IT HAS BECOME increasingly popular to speak of racial and ethnic diversity as a civic strength. From multicultural festivals to pronouncements from political leaders, the message is the same: our differences make us stronger.

But a massive new study, based on detailed interviews of nearly 30,000 people across America, has concluded just the opposite. Harvard political scientist Robert Putnam -- famous for "Bowling Alone," his 2000 book on declining civic engagement -- has found that the greater the diversity in a community, the fewer people vote and the less they volunteer, the less they give to charity and work on community projects. In the most diverse communities, neighbors trust one another about half as much as they do in the most homogenous settings. The study, the largest ever on civic engagement in America, found that virtually all measures of civic health are lower in more diverse settings.

"The extent of the effect is shocking," says Scott Page, a University of Michigan political scientist.
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"It would be unfortunate if a politically correct progressivism were to deny the reality of the challenge to social solidarity posed by diversity," he writes in the new report. "It would be equally unfortunate if an ahistorical and ethnocentric conservatism were to deny that addressing that challenge is both feasible and desirable."
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The results of his new study come from a survey Putnam directed among residents in 41 US communities, including Boston. Residents were sorted into the four principal categories used by the US Census: black, white, Hispanic, and Asian. They were asked how much they trusted their neighbors and those of each racial category, and questioned about a long list of civic attitudes and practices, including their views on local government, their involvement in community projects, and their friendships. What emerged in more diverse communities was a bleak picture of civic desolation, affecting everything from political engagement to the state of social ties.
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"People would say, 'I bet you forgot about X,'" Putnam says of the string of suggestions from colleagues. "There were 20 or 30 X's."

But even after statistically taking them all into account, the connection remained strong: Higher diversity meant lower social capital. In his findings, Putnam writes that those in more diverse communities tend to "distrust their neighbors, regardless of the color of their skin, to withdraw even from close friends, to expect the worst from their community and its leaders, to volunteer less, give less to charity and work on community projects less often, to register to vote less, to agitate for social reform more but have less faith that they can actually make a difference, and to huddle unhappily in front of the television."

"People living in ethnically diverse settings appear to 'hunker down' -- that is, to pull in like a turtle," Putnam writes.

http://www.boston.com/news/globe/ideas/articles/2007/08/05/the_downside_of_diversity/?page=full

 


 

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