These Are the People Leftists Welcome to America
The following is a compilation of recent stories about events concerning illegal aliens and/or events at the U.S. Southern border.
Hardly an Understatement to Label This Man a Repeat Offender: Federal authorities in Maryland this month arrested an illegal alien who is a Salvadoran national and belonged to the MS-13 street gang.
The man, according to ICE, unlawfully entered the United States on an unknown date and at an unknown location.
Between 2016 through 2019, the Prince George’s County Police Department (PGCPD) arrested the man four times on charges that included trespassing, domestic violence, second-degree assault, negligent driving, failure to display registration card, reckless driving, driving under the influence, driving while impaired by alcohol, and failure to obey officer signal.
The Anne Arundel (Maryland) Police Department arrested the alien in May 2022 and charged him with driving a vehicle not equipped with an ignition interlock.
Wait…the Taxpayers Are Forced to Pay for WHAT?: San Diego County, California will likely spend more than $4 million per year to give free legal representation to illegal immigrants.
This is according to the San Diego-based KPBS.
This program, the station went on to report, offers “free” lawyers to people in immigration court.
Los Angeles and New York City have similar programs, the station reported last week.
“Since San Diego’s program began a year and a half ago, the number of people with legal representation in San Diego’s immigration court has skyrocketed, from 1,100 in fiscal 2021 to more than 5,000 in fiscal 2023,” according to the station.
“So far, lawyers in the program have been assigned 868 cases. Only 220 of them have been completed. Of the completed cases, about 10% ended with the client getting a deportation order, which is lower than the national average.”
He Ever-So-Casually Forgot to Mention Something Ever-So Important: Federal agents arrested an illegal alien who was previously convicted of homicide in Venezuela.
That illegal alien lived in taxpayer-subsidized housing in Massachusetts.
The Venezuelan national, 38, failed to disclose his previous homicide conviction to U.S. Border Patrol officials when they arrested him for unlawfully entering the United States in Eagle Pass, Texas, on July 31, according to a statement the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) published this month.
Authorities processed the man and gave him a notice to appear at ICE offices within 60 days. He failed to do so.
“When authorities encountered him at his state-provided housing, the Venezuelan citizen admitted that he had been convicted of homicide and was wanted in Venezuela for violation of his sentencing conditions since 2006,” ICE said.
“After being alerted through law enforcement notifications of his failure to report to immigration officials within 60 days, ERO Boston officers arrested the Venezuelan national on Oct. 27. The Venezuelan national will remain in ERO Boston custody pending removal from the United States.”
A Curse from Jamaica? Law enforcement officers this month arrested a Jamaican national, already charged with multiple counts of rape and sexual assault in Massachusetts, on federal immigration charges.
“The Jamaican national was originally admitted to the U.S. under a visitor immigration visa in July 2020, but he failed to abide by the conditions of his visa and remained more than two years beyond its expiration,” according to a statement the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement published last week.
“Following his arraignment on the rape and assault charges at Falmouth District Court, ERO Boston issued an immigration detainer with the court seeking his custody. Despite the existence of the immigration detainer, the Jamaican national was released from a Barnstable, Massachusetts correctional facility on Oct. 31. He was arrested by ERO Boston officers without incident on Nov. 7 and will remain in ICE custody pending removal from the United States.”
ERO conducts removals of individuals without a lawful basis to remain in the United States, including at the order of immigration judges with the Justice Department’s Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR). EOIR is a separate entity from the Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
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