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    New York Freed 7.5K Criminal Illegal Aliens into U.S. in 2019, Including Convicted Mu

    New York Freed 7.5K Criminal Illegal Aliens into U.S. in 2019, Including Convicted Murderers, Sex Abusers

    by John Binder 17 Jan 2020

    The sanctuary state of New York released more than 7,500 criminal illegal aliens back into communities last year, including convicted murderers and sexual abusers, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials confirmed Friday.

    During a press conference, Acting ICE Director Matthew Albence revealed that in 2019, law enforcement officers in New York released roughly 7,516 criminal illegal aliens back into communities despite criminal convictions and charges against them.

    In all of those cases, ICE agents asked that these criminal illegal aliens be turned over to them for arrest and deportation. Due to the state’s sanctuary policy, though, all were released. Albence said New York only turned over to ICE about ten criminal illegal aliens last year.

    Altogether, these more than 7,500 criminal illegal aliens released back into New York communities had a total of 17,873 criminal convictions and 6,500 criminal charges against them. This includes criminal illegal aliens who have been convicted or charged with:

    • 200 homicides
    • More than 1,000 sexual offenses
    • More than 500 robberies
    • More than 3,500 assaults
    • More than 1,500 DUIs
    • More than 1,000 weapons violations

    “The only immigrants protected by such policies are those committing violent and dangerous offenses, often in the same communities that these politicians are purporting to protect,” Albence said during the press conference.

    Albence also debunked sanctuary politicians’ claims that ICE can simply obtain a judicial warrant if they want a criminal illegal alien turned over to them. The issue, Albence said, is that it is impossible under federal law for a federal judge to grant a judicial warrant to ICE because it is not in their authority.

    In the recent case of 92-year-old Maria Fuertes, who was allegedly murdered by an illegal alien on January 6 in a brutal attack and sexual assault, the suspect had been arrested by the New York Police Department (NYPD) two months prior. Despite ICE’s request that he be turned over to them, the NYPD released him from custody.

    As Breitbart News exclusively reported, the illegal alien charged in Fuertes’ murder, Reeaz Khan, had arrived in the United States in May 2016 on a B-2 tourist visa but never left — thus remaining in the country for three years as an illegal alien.

    “These are preventable crimes, people, and more importantly, preventable victims,” Albence said.

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...s-sex-abusers/


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    NYC: Illegal Alien Rapes and Murders 92-year-old, ICE Blasts Sanctuary City Policy


    01/17/2020 ~ Ann Corcoran
    You’ve probably seen the news, but just in case here is the UK Daily Mail on the dreadful news:


    ICE blasts ‘dangerously flawed’ NYC sanctuary laws for letting Guyanese illegal immigrant, 21, walk free without bail just weeks before he ‘raped and murdered a 92-year-old woman’


    Immigration and Customs Enforcement has blasted New York City’s sanctuary laws, saying the city ignored a federal immigration detainer for a man who went on to be charged with the rape and murder of a 92-year-old woman.







    Reeaz Khan, 21, walked free without bail on assault and gun charges in late November, six weeks before he was arrested again on Friday and charged in the horrific murder of Maria Fuertes in Queens.


    On Tuesday, ICE released a statement excoriating the city for not cooperating with federal immigration enforcement, saying the murder could have been prevented if its agents had been allowed in November to take custody of Khan, a Guyanese national who is present in the U.S. illegally.






    ‘New York City’s stance against honoring detainers is dangerously flawed,’ said Thomas R. Decker, ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations field office director for New York. ‘It was a deadly choice to release a man on an active ICE detainer back onto the streets after his first arrest.’

    There is much more here, but I warn you it is horrible.


    So how did someone named Khan come to be living in Guyana?


    Did you know about this—Afghan Muslims to Guyana.



    https://fraudscrookscriminals.com/2020/01/17/nyc-illegal-alien-rapes-and-murders-92-year-old-ice-blasts-sanctuary-city-policy/

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