Crime Report: 2/13/2011

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A few years back as I watched America's Most Wanted I began to notice that as each week passed more and more of the criminals wanted for violent crimes in America were illegal immigrants that have committed crimes in the United States. As I hear often, sure many of the illegal immigrants from Mexico are here only to work and support their families. The problem with this statement is that many illegal immigrants are not. Many are here to be involved in crimes that include drug smuggling, rape, murder, human trafficking and a host of other violent crimes that have created a huge burden on the American legal system and law enforcement. U.S. prisons most notably in California, Arizona, Texas and other southwestern states are filling up with illegal immigrants that have committed violent crimes. It appears the problem is spreading to many parts of the country that traditionally did not have large numbers of illegals in the past.

Mexico Government Wants To Block U.S. Execution of Mexican Criminals in The United States:

The U.N.'s highest court will begin emergency hearings on Thursday. June 19, 2008 on Mexico's appeal to block the execution of its citizens on death row in the United States. Mexico's application listed five of its citizens slated to die accused of violent crimes committed on American soil against American citizens including children.. The first, on Aug. 5, is Jose Medellin, 33, condemned for his participation in the gang rape and murder of two teenage girls 15 years ago in Texas. Even more disturbing than the fact that he actually confessed to the rape and murder and that Mexico would attempt to appeal is the fact that Medellin has it so bad in prison that he is able to advertise on the internet for pen pals through a group in Canada called "Canadian Coalition Against The Death Penalty", or CCADP. Here is his post. It appears that CCADP is the for inmates on death row. Jose Medellin - Texas Death Row

The Illegal Immigrant Crime Foot Print:

It doesn't take a genius to come to the conclusion that America is in the midst of an illegal immigration crime wave. Watch America's Most Wanted, turn on the local news, or pick up a newspaper and you can see the ever growing number of illegal immigrants that are committing violent crime in America. Even in the Midwest, far from the border with Mexico it is becoming commonplace to see the list of illegal Mexican immigrants that are being sought or already arrested for crimes.

I am sure that these numbers have grown as the illegal immigration boom in the past two years has but, here are the best available statistics for the illegal immigrant crime wave that is changing America daily as politicians and the wealthy business owners continue to push the "benefits" of illegal immigration as the average American spending power is becoming less and less in the new global economy. I guess they are not feeling the pain that many American communities are feeling trying to deal with this growing epidemic that is creeping North and East of the border.

There are reported 12-20 million illegal Latin America immigrants in our country roughly constituting 4-5% of the U.S. population. 27% of the entire prison population in America are illegal aliens.( General Accounting Office 2005).

Representative Steve King of Iowa points out that 25 Americans, on average, are killed by illegal aliens every day (about evenly split between motor vehicle accidents and outright murder).

Government Accounting Office provided information on the criminal history of aliens incarcerated in federal and state prisons or local jails who had entered the country illegally. In the population study of a sample of 55,322 illegal aliens, researchers found that they were arrested at a total of 459,614 times, averaging about 8 arrests per illegal alien

12 percent of these crimes were for violent offenses such as murder, robbery, assault, and sex-related crimes.

In Los Angeles, 95 percent of all outstanding warrants for homicide (which total 1,200 to 1,500) target illegal aliens. Up to two-thirds of all fugitive felony warrants (17,000) are for illegal aliens.

Based on a one-year in-depth study, Deborah Schurman-Kauflin of the Violent Crimes Institute of Atlanta estimates there are about 240,000 illegal immigrant sex offenders in the United States who have had an average of four victims each. She analyzed 1,500 cases from January 1999 through April 2006 that included serial rapes, serial murders, sexual homicides and child molestation committed by illegal immigrants
It is fact that a disproportionately high percentage of illegal aliens are criminals and sexual predators," states Peter Wagner, author of a new report called "The Dark Side of Illegal Immigration."

Study Released On Illegal Immigrant Gangs Committing Crime In America October 1, 2008 View Report
Since 2005, ICE has arrested more than 8,000 immigrant gangsters from more than 700 different gangs under an initiative known as Operation Community Shield.

Transnational immigrant gangs have been spreading rapidly and sprouting in suburban and rural areas where communities are not always equipped to deal with them.

A very large share of immigrant gang members are illegal aliens and removable aliens. Federal sources estimate that 60 to 90 percent of the members of MS-13, the most notorious immigrant gang, are illegal aliens. In one jurisdiction studied, Northern Virginia, 30 to 40 percent of the gang task force case load were removable aliens.

MS-13 activity was found in 48 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.

The immigrant gangsters arrested were a significant menace to the public. About 80 percent had committed serious crimes in addition to their immigration violations and 40 percent were violent criminals.
The ICE offices logging the largest number of immigrant gang arrests were San Diego, Atlanta, San Francisco, and Dallas. Some cities with significant gang problems, such as Los Angeles, Phoenix, and Houston, had few arrests. These cities had sanctuary, or “don’t ask, don’t tell,