illegal alien criminals

Illegal alien criminals ‘heading to your neighborhoods’

Stephen Dinan, The Washington Times

Immigration agents in Arizona are releasing up to 50 illegal immigrants a day with serious criminal records under President Obama’s new amnesty, dropping them off at bus stations and they are “heading to your neighborhoods,” says Sheriff Paul Babeu of Pinal County, Arizona.

Obama Deputies Free 30,862 Foreign Criminals

Neil Munro, Daily Caller

Obama’s immigration deputies released 30,862 foreign criminals into U.S. cities and neighborhoods, according to a federal document. Obama repatriated less than 1% of the 12 million illegals living in the U.S. during the 12 months up to Oct. '14.

Obama Officials Pressured Prosecutors to Release Convicted Illegals

Jonathan Strong, Breitbart

An award-winning, career prosecutor at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) alleged in a blistering new lawsuit she was punished for resisting orders to release convicted criminal illegal aliens from custody.

Hundreds More Criminal Illegals With Brutal Records Released In US

Katie Pavlich, TownHall

Earlier this year the Obama administration released 68,000 criminal illegal aliens onto U.S. streets. Many of those released have criminal records of robbery, assault, rape and homicide. 600 additional illegals were found. A Border Patrol Agent was murdered while off-duty in TX by two illegal aliens with known criminal records.

Bachmann: What I Saw At The Border

Michele Bachmann, TownHall

By failing to secure our border, the U.S. government has enabled and empowered a criminal enterprise made of drug cartels and human traffickers that spans our continent.

Obama Knew of 'Catch & Release' Before Illegal Arrested For Murder

Tony Lee, Breitbart

Three months before the Obama admin. released an illegal immigrant from Central America who would later bludgeon a woman to death, Obama's Dept. of Homeland Security was warned that its "catch and release" policy on illegal aliens only encouraged more of them to make the journey to America.