Category Archives: Illegal Aliens

Illegal had 37 criminal convictions including assualt on federal officer

U.S. Border Patrol Arrests Mexican Citizen with 37 Convictions

(Tuesday, July 23, 2013)

Buffalo, N.Y. – Buffalo Sector Border Patrol agents arrested a male citizen of Mexico, who has thirty-seven criminal convictions in the United States.

On Saturday, July 20, agents from the Rochester Station responded to a call for assistance from the Rochester Police Department. While interviewing the suspect to determine his true identity, after he had provided three different names to a Rochester police officer, agents determined the suspect was illegally present in the United States. Continue reading

ICE Union President Chris Cane: “Law enforcement officers had absolutely no part in [amnesty bill].”

ICE union chief Chris Crane: Agency pushed pro-amnesty policies during the 2012 election

In an exclusive interview with The Daily Caller, the head of the immigration enforcement officers union harshly criticized both Congress and the Obama administration over the “Gang of Eight” immigration bill. Continue reading

Senate amnesty bill will provide instant legalization to gang members and dangerous criminal aliens

Senator. Marco Rubio misled police, ICE union says

By Stephen Dinan – The Washington Times

June 24, 2013, 09:06AM

The president of the labor union for immigration agents said Monday morning that Sen. Marco Rubio “directly misled law enforcement officers” after promising to try to boost interior enforcement in his immigration bill.

“Senator Rubio, who promised ICE officers and Sheriffs that he would take steps to repair the bill’s provisions that gut interior enforcement, has abandoned that commitment. He directly misled law enforcement officers,” said Chris Crane, president of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Council, which represents ICE the agents and officers who handle deportations and immigration laws in the nation’s interior. Continue reading

Senator Bob Casey of Pennsylvania: “I just haven’t read [the amensty bill] that closely…”

5 Senators Who Support Immigration Bill Don’t Know Answer to Key Question About It

5:31 PM, Jun 25, 2013 • By JOHN MCCORMACK / http://www.weeklystandard.com

Obamacare poses a tricky problem for supporters of the Senate’s comprehensive immigration reform bill. It would be too politically toxic to give illegal immigrants amnesty and taxpayer subsidies under Obamacare, so the Senate bill prohibits “registered provisional immigrants” (individuals who are now residing illegally in the United States granted legal status under the bill) from receiving Obamacare subsidies. But in so doing the Senate’s immigration bill would create a big financial incentive for some employers to hire non-citizens granted legal status over American citizens.

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On Tuesday afternoon, THE WEEKLY STANDARD asked five different U.S. Senators about this problem. These five senators, all Democrats, voted to cut off debate Monday night on the revised immigration bill, but none of them knew if the bill would create a financial incentive for some employers to hire amnestied immigrants instead of American citizens.

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“I don’t know. I’d have to look at it closely,” said Senator Bob Casey of Pennsylvania. “I just haven’t read it that closely to know.”

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Illegal immigrants who commit crimes face lesser punishment than U.S. citizens

Illegal immigrants who commit crimes face lesser punishment than U.S. citizens

By | JUNE 24, 2013 AT 11:10 AM

According to Sen. John McCain, a member of the Senate’s Gang of Eight, criminals will not be legalized under the proposed bipartisan immigration bill.

“Anyone who has committed crimes in this country is going to be deported,” the Arizona Republican declared on the Senate floor last week.

However, as Washington Examiner columnist Byron York recently reported, “the bottom line is an immigrant could have more than three misdemeanor convictions in his background check and still qualify for legalization.” Continue reading

Illegal immigrant cited, released had criminal record

By JIM DINO (Staff Writer)

Published: May 15, 2011

An illegal immigrant taken into custody after a traffic stop in Beaver Meadows on May 2 but released on orders from federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents had been arrested before the recent incident.

State Rep. Tarah Toohil, R-116, said she discovered the man was charged with harassment by state police at Hazleton in 2008. Continue reading

A University of Virginia study… found that, since Prince William County in Virginia became more strict in dealing with illegal immigrants in 2007, the jurisdiction has enjoyed a substantial drop in crime – including a 32 percent drop in violent crime

FNC Highlights UVA Study That Shows Enforcing Immigration Laws Decreases Violent Crime

By Brad Wilmouth | November 22, 2010 | 00:50

On Thursday’s Fox and Friends, FNC hosts Gretchen Carlson and Steve Doocy gave attention to a University of Virginia study which found that, since Prince William County in Virginia became more strict in dealing with illegal immigrants in 2007, the jurisdiction has enjoyed a substantial drop in crime – including a 32 percent drop in violent crime – while neighboring Fairfax County has seen crime levels remain steady. Continue reading

Pennsylvania citizens… are currently footing the bill for no less than $728 million annually to clothe, feed, educate, medicate and incarcerate illegal aliens,” said Representative Daryl Metcalfe (R-Butler)

Metcalfe’s Arizona-Style Apprehension Measure Offers 140,000+ Illegal Aliens Two Options: Leave PA or Go to Jail
5/4/2010

Legislation could save PA taxpayers more than $728 million annually 

Citing mounting taxpayer costs combined with the $1 billion Rendell budget deficit, lost jobs and ever-increasing crime resulting from Pennsylvania’s illegal alien invasion, Representative Daryl Metcalfe (R-Butler) today introduced the newest and toughest addition (House Bill 2479) to the National Security Begins at Home legislative package.  Continue reading