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124 Illegals Obama Freed Commit 138 Murders

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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has filed a report that says 124 illegal aliens that were released from custody by Obama’s open borders executive orders are responsible for the deaths of 138 people.  Some of those illegals were freed by Obama more than once.  They still refuse to release the names of the illegals that committed murder in order to keep news organizations from investigating them and discovering what charges they got away with.  The democrats often use the phrase that “Even if only one life could be saved….”  How about saving 138 lives?

Jessica M Vaughn of the Center for Immigrant Studies made the following statement:

“The criminal aliens released by ICE in these years — who had already been convicted of thousands of crimes — are responsible for a significant crime spree in American communities, including 124 new homicides. Inexplicably, ICE is choosing to release some criminal aliens multiple times.”

Her report also shows that 30,558 illegals had been released that had committed at least 92,347 total crimes.  Only 3% of those were deported.  Her numbers also do not include illegals released by the 300 sanctuary cities in the US or the criminal illegals that ICE refused to take custody of under the executive orders of Barack Obama.

From The Washington Examiner:

In a memo about the subsequent crimes of released illegals to Judiciary Committee Chairman Sen. Chuck Grassley, ICE said, “The aliens were charged with a total of 135 homicide-related crimes subsequent to release from ICE custody. As of July 25, 2015, a total of 39 convictions have resulted from these homicide-related charges. Of the 121 total aliens, 2 had homicide-related convictions prior to release from ICE custody.”

Vaughan added that “ICE reported that there are 156 criminal aliens who were released at least twice by ICE since 2013. Between them, these criminals had 1,776 convictions before their first release in 2013, with burglary, larceny, and drug possession listed most frequently.”

 

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