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    Judicial Watch: New Homeland Security Documents Reveal Sanctuary Cities Denied 284 IC

    Judicial Watch: New Homeland Security Documents Reveal Sanctuary Cities Denied 284 ICE Detainers in Three Months, Released Illegal Aliens Charged with Assaults, Drug and Weapons Violations

    October 12, 2017

    (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today released two new productions of documents (45 pages and 680 pages) from the Department of Homeland Security revealing that hundreds of counties across the U.S. denied Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) detainer requests for criminal illegal aliens in the first quarter of fiscal year 2017. The retainer requests, containing specific information about scores of criminal charges against released aliens, were not included in the Declined Detainer Outcome Reports (DDOR) the Trump administration suspended in early April after only three weeks of publication.

    Judicial Watch forced the release of the Homeland Security documents as a result of a court order in a May 26, 2017, FOIA lawsuit filed after Homeland Security failed to respond to an April 13, 2017 FOIA request (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Homeland Security (No. 1:17-cv-01008 )). Judicial Watch seeks:

    *All complaints received by ICE concerning the [Declined Detainer Outcome Report]
    *All records concerning the suspension of the weekly publication of the [Declined Detainer Outcome Report]
    *All records identifying the reporting methodologies used to create the [Declined Detainer Outcome Report]

    Judicial Watch released several spreadsheets compiling statistics on the nature of criminal activities illegal aliens had committed during the first four months of 2017; a nationwide list of jails that failed to cooperate with the ICE detainer program; and the top 50 jurisdictions that failed to cooperative with the ICE detainer program.

    Leading the pack of counties denying detainers were Ventura County, CA (188 ); Miami-Dade, FL (93); Denver, CO (74); Clark, NV (68 ); and Los Angeles, CA (57). A total of 284 detainers were declined during the first three months of fiscal year 2017, involving: various forms of assault (16); drug-and-alcohol-related charges (39); weapons charges and crimes against persons and property (18 ).

    The Declined Detainer Outcome Reports highlighted state and local governments that did not comply with ICE’s detainer program (also known as sanctuary cities). According to one new ICE email, the DDOR was meant to easily understood:

    So an American citizen sitting at home can open the report, see the total number of detainers issued in a week, detainers issued to jurisdictions that don’t cooperate, the confirmed declined detainer list, and the list of all jurisdictions that don’t honor detainers. A snapshot, in essence.

    In an April 6, 2017, email from Acting Director of Homeland Security, Thomas Homan, to Homeland Security staff in response to complaints about errors in the DDOR from U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer’s (D-NY) office, Homan said:

    Certainly but NYC is extremely uncooperative. We will provide the information and work with OPLA and OGC staff to engage. They removed our officers from Rikers Island and will not honor detainers. I met with them personally last year in an effort to gain more cooperation. We will review asap.

    In at least one instance, local law enforcement actions went beyond a simple lack of cooperation with ICE to turn over detained illegal aliens to outright obstruction of ICE’s efforts to pick up illegal immigrants in local custody. For example, according to a March 21, 2017, ICE email: “Hennepin County Adult Detention Center released an alien out the front door of the jail as an ICE officer was waiting in their sally port to take him into custody.”

    “These new documents confirm that sanctuary policies are dangerous and help the worst of worst criminal element,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “The complaints of sanctuary politicians aside, the Trump administration must catalogue the continued threat to the public safety caused by lawless sanctuary policies.”

    In April, Judicial Watch obtained 204 illegal alien Detainer Requests denied to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) by the Travis County, Texas, Sheriff’s Office. The illegal aliens protected by the Sheriff’s Office were charged or convicted of 31 acts of violence, 14 thefts or burglaries, and three acts or threats of terrorism. Forty-four of the denied requests were for inmates originally detained by Homeland Security and temporarily transferred to Travis County (home to the state capital in Austin) for disposition of state or local charges.

    According to CNN, the Trump Administration suspended publication of the Declined Detainer Outcome Reports on April 11, 2017, after only three weeks and three total reports due to “complaints.” The Hill further reported that according to ICE spokeswoman Sarah Rodriguez, the Declined Detainer Outcome Reports were halted in order to “analyze and refine [the organization’s] reporting methodologies.”

    The Declined Detainer Outcome Reports highlighted state and local governments, often referred to as sanctuary cities, that did not comply with ICE’s detainer program:

    ICE places detainers on aliens who have been arrested on local criminal charges and for whom ICE possesses probable cause to believe that they are removable from the United States, so that ICE can take custody of the alien when he or she is released from local custody. When law enforcement agencies fail to honor immigration detainers and release serious criminal offenders, it undermines ICE’s ability to protect public safety and carry out its mission.


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    I hope this effort against Sanctuary Cities works out and we can stop this, but these cities and states involved in this, I'm telling you their politicians and many on the police forces are on the take with the cartels. DOJ needs to order investigations by DEA of all these people involved in setting these sanctuary city policies. If they'll do that, they'll not only stop sanctuary citism in its tracks, they'll hit pay dirt in the millions and millions. I think DEA is in the Justice Department. I'm going to check .... hold on .....

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drug_E...Administration

    Yep ... DEA is part of DOJ. Create an undercover DEA task force and send 'em in to every sanctuary city and investigate these crooks. There is no rational explanation for why these politicians and police agencies want to protect illegal aliens unless they're on the take with the cartels. Illegal aliens don't vote, so they aren't doing it for votes. Most of them are poor and don't have any money of their own. They have cartel money. That's what they use to buy up the police and politicians in these cities to protect them because they are the ones running cartel operations in these cities.
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