Immigration officials released nearly 600 convicted sex offender illegal aliens back onto U.S. streets, many because their home countries refused to accept their deportation.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials reported that 564 illegal aliens convicted of sex crimes were released after a judge issued removal orders. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 2001 that ICE officials cannot indefinitely jail illegal immigrants ordered deported if their countries refuse to repatriate them. The numbers reported comes from a review by the Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) of the latest accounting review of Fiscal Year 2015, the Washington Examinerreported.
The IRLI found that of the 564 released, 151 were due to their country of origin refused to accept them back. The immigration legal watchdog Find Out More…
A Michigan sheriff caved to pressure from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and ordered his staff to release criminal aliens who are subjects of an immigration detainer. The sheriff instructed his staff to only hold aliens subject to an order signed by a judge.
Wayne County Sheriff Benny Napoleon issued the order on April 28, instructing jail officials to no long honor immigration detainers from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the Associated Press reported on Friday. Wayne County surrounds the city of Detroit, Michigan.
Detroit activist Elena Herrada told reporters the ACLU encouraged the sheriff’s actions. She said other so-called pro-immigrant groups also applied pressure to the local sheriff.
President Donald Trump again criticized the Ninth Circuit Court after they halted his action to defund sanctuary cities.
“First the Ninth Circuit rules against the ban & now it hits again on sanctuary cities-both ridiculous rulings,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “See you in the Supreme Court!”
Trump fumed that the court also ruled against his travel ban, questioning the process that put both of the actions in the Ninth Circuit. He accused opponents of his actions of “judge shopping.”
“Out of our very big country, with many choices, does everyone notice that both the “ban” case and now the ‘sanctuary’ case is brought in the Ninth Circuit, which has a terrible record of being Find Out More…