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Chairman Chaffetz Opener - Criminal Aliens Released by the Department of Homeland Security

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 Cinnamon    14,644

Published on Apr 28, 2016

Learn more at http://Oversight.House.Gov

From April, but I never saw this or heard these statistics!  Infuriating! 

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 Lucy Barnable    2,712

I did know about this and it's infuriating for sure.

ICE Director Gets Away With It – Released 86K Criminal Illegals On Our Streets

ICE Director Sarah Saldana was questioned by Rep Jim Jordan (R-OH) in House hearings into the policies of law breaking engaged in by her agency under the outlaw DHS Secretary, Jihadi Jeh Johnson.

As Lou Dobbs described it in the introduction, at issue was the release by Immigration and Customs Enforcement of approximately 86,000 criminal illegal aliens back into the neighborhoods and streets of a country they have no business or right occupying space in, the United States.

Under the current lawless regime, ICE is an agency whose name retains little relevance to its present day function, that of primarily an induction and transportation mechanism for illegal aliens remaining in the United States illegally.

House Oversight and Government Reform Committee member Jordan addressed Saldana, saying, “So when you break it down, people came here illegally, did a crime, in many cases a violent crime, were in your custody, the law says they’re supposed to be deported, and at your discretion, not because their country wouldn’t take them back, they couldn’t get travel documents. Notwithstanding any other reason, but over half of those 86,000 were you just decided you were just going to not follow the law. You were going to release them.”

Saldana replied, “I disagree with that, we do follow the law.”




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