Apparently, even our homegrown criminals are not safe from competition from illegal aliens. And, apparently, our administration doesn’t care about this, either.
According to a new report from the Center for Immigration Studies by Director of Policy Studies Jessica Vaughn, An analysis of Immigration and Customs Enforcement data shows 68,000 convicted criminals were released in 2013. According to Department of Homeland Security policy, an individual is only determined to be a criminal alien if they have a criminal conviction, which does not include traffic offenses. This policy definition is important to keep in mind when going over the data.
More key findings from the report (bolding is mine):
-In 2013, ICE targeted only 195,000, or 25 percent, out of 722,000 potentially deportable aliens they encountered. Most of these aliens came to ICE’s attention after incarceration for…
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