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    Senior Member controlledImmigration's Avatar
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    Maryland Reporter not allowed to report illegals and crime

    August 25, 2007
    Forbidden Subject: Illegal Aliens And Crime

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    Chet Dembeck


    Even bringing up the subject about the crime being committed by illegal aliens and the costs associated with this byproduct of the quiet invasion of our country, guarantees you will be labeled by the big media and radical advocacy groups as a "racist."

    When I worked as a reporter for several newspapers in Maryland, I was forced to steer clear of this subject, and if I even brought up the possibility of exploring crime being committed by the more than 12 million illegals who have entered our country, I was instantly rebuked by my editors.

    But today, I have no such restrictions, so the purpose of this article is to bring my fellow citizens up to speed on the growing illegal alien crime problem mushrooming in our country.

    The number of illegal aliens committing crimes in our country is growing geometrically.

    For example, in 1980, our federal and state prisons housed fewer than 9,000 criminal aliens. However, by 1999, these same prisons housed 68,000 criminal aliens, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons.

    Fastest growing segment

    Today, criminal aliens account for more than 29% of prisoners in these facilities, and are now the fastest growing segment of the federal prison population.

    Over the last five years, an average of more than 72,000 illegal aliens have been arrested annually on just drug charges!

    Incarceration Costs are skyrocketing

    In 1999, the incarceration of criminal aliens cost state prisons about $624 million. In 2002, the incarceration of criminal aliens cost federal prisons about $891 million, according to the latest figures from the Bureau of Justice statistics.

    While latest statistics for the costs associated with crime committed by illegal aliens are coming in sporadically, they are extremely alarming.

    The New York State Senate Committee on Cities estimates that the annual criminal justice costs for criminal aliens is $270 million for the state.

    The Illinois Governor's Office estimates the state spends more than $40 million just on the incarceration of criminal aliens.

    The cost to Florida's judicial and corrections system for criminal aliens was $73 million in 1993.

    California taxpayers have spent more that $1 billion in the last five years to keep these convicted felons in prison.

    So how do we solve the problem?

    While the situation is spiraling out of control, it can be slowed down and eventually stopped -- if enough American citizens make their voices heard to local, state and federal elected officials, with their votes!

    The Federation For American Immigration Reform (FAIR), offers four real solutions for dealing with the illegal alien crime problem in our country that if implemented today would go a long way to alleviating the crisis.

    1. We must secure our borders. Denying jobs to illegal aliens through a centralized secure identity verification system is important to that effort.

    2. We must assure that the criminal conviction of an alien leads to deportation and permanent exclusion from the United States

    3. All asylum applicants should be screened expeditiously and excluded if their claims are not credible. Even if they appear to have credible claims, they should be detained until background checks are done.

    4. Other corrective measures include greater ICE and local government cooperation to identify criminal aliens, additional detention facilities for those in deportation proceedings, and improved databases and screening procedures to identify deported aliens if they try to return here either overtly or covertly. ... subje.html

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    Senior Member USPatriot's Avatar
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    I think they should be deported to prisons in their home countries.If countries refuse to take them then we should use the foreign aid for that country or take it out of trade we would owe them for etc.

    Citizens should not be made to pay for their imprisonment....NO WAY !
    "A Government big enough to give you everything you want,is strong enough to take everything you have"* Thomas Jefferson

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    Senior Member Dixie's Avatar
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    Chet Dembeck I bet that felt good getting that off your chest. Prepare yourself for the hate mail.

    Join our efforts to Secure America's Borders and End Illegal Immigration by Joining ALIPAC's E-Mail Alerts network (CLICK HERE)

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    Senior Member florgal's Avatar
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    Something I have noticed recently about my local newspaper- The BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS used to be full of new little hispanic named babies. If there were 6 birth announcements published, at least 4 of them would be hispanic. For the past month or so - NO hispanic birth announcements! Of course this doesn't mean there are no hispanic anchor babies being born in our local hospital. Quite the contrary- I KNOW half or more births in my county are to hispanics who speak NO english and are in NO WAY assimilated. Some of the nurses and hospital staff tell me about how rude the mothers and families of these little 'anchors' are to them. And their sense of entitlement is astounding!

    Anyway- the local paper isn't reporting these births- just the American sounding ones. And this teeny little 10 or less page paper has a Spanish language page which has caused them to lose a large # of subscribers.

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    Administrator Jean's Avatar
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    Another example of the lamestream media not reporting much news re illegals.
    Hush hush, cover it up, the citizens might get upset and that could interfere with their agenda.
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