ICE Released 19,723 Criminal Illegals in 2015


If Trump erred at all in his candidacy announcement speech last June, he only UNDER-estimated the number of crimes being committed by illegal aliens coming into the U.S.

The Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE) is continuing to release deportable criminal illegal aliens at an alarming rate, according to a recent analysis by Jessica Vaughan, of the Center for Immigration Studies.

Below is only a small sample of the types and number of convictions against illegal alien criminals who were not jailed, and not deported, but RELEASED back into American society in 2015.   In total, ICE freed 19,723 criminal aliens who had a total of 64,197 convictions.

Murder                                     208

DUI – Drugs                            354

Sex Crimes                              900

Burglary                                1,963

Dangerous Drugs                7,986

Traffic Offenses                   9,811

DUI – Alcohol                     12,307  

To see the complete list, CLICK HERE.

The analysis says ICE has tried to make it appear that the illegal crime rate has dropped, touting numbers from prior years:   In 2013, ICE released 36,007 criminal aliens, and in 2014, 30,558 criminal aliens were released back into society.

Vaughn points out the deception of this claim, saying the reason “only” 19,723 criminal aliens were released in 2015 is because fewer arrests were made to begin with.   Under Obama’s new enforcement rules announced in 2014, ICE officers are forced to ignore a large share of the criminal aliens they identify.

Many released criminals are repeat offenders, especially drunk driver offenders, says Vaughn.

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