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Monday, July 31, 2017

ICE chief wants to slap smuggling charges on leaders of sanctuary cities


The country’s top immigration enforcement officer says he is looking into charging sanctuary city leaders with violating federal anti-smuggling laws because he is fed up with local officials putting their communities and his officers at risk by releasing illegal immigrants from jail.

Thomas Homan, the acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, also told Americans to expect more work site enforcement targeting unscrupulous employers and more 287(g) agreements with willing police and sheriff’s departments that want to help get illegal immigrants off their streets. Eventually, he said, ICE will break the deportation records of 409,849 migrants set in 2012 under President Obama.

“I think 409,000 is a stretch this year, but if [the Justice Department] keeps going in the direction they’re going in, if we continue to expand our operational footprint, I think we’re going to get there,” he told The Washington Times. “Our interior arrests will go up. They’re going to top last year’s for sure.”

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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

GOOD!! Do it!

Anonymous said...

Good idea. It's actually human trafficking!

Anonymous said...

Wonderful!!!

Concerned Retiree said...

Are they not conspirators?

Anonymous said...

Time to punish md for going that route.

Anonymous said...

I think the Mayor of the city as well as the GOVERNOR of the state these cities are located in should be fined and jailed! What kind of representation is it when a local/state leader feels that they do not have to follow the law?