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    TX. Illegal Immigrants Allowed to Go Free

    Illegal Immigrants Allowed to Go Free

    Posted: Mar 25, 2014 6:44 PM
    Updated: Mar 25, 2014 6:44 PM

    HARLINGEN - Federal officials are releasing women and children who enter the country illegally, a CHANNEL 5 NEWS investigation revealed.
    CHANNEL 5 NEWS reported in 2013 that the feds were releasing anyone deemed a low threat to national security.

    Border Patrol officials on Friday confirmed a spike in illegal crossings in the Rio Grande Valley. The agency reassigned agents to the region to deal with the increase in crossings.


    A CHANNEL 5 NEWS crew on Monday found a group of women and children at a bus station in Harlingen. The group had just been released from Border Patrol custody.


    "I feel very happy, because other mothers can't do this," said Mari Jimenez, a Guatemalan national.


    Jimenez and her 2-year-old daughter, Marlifer, prepared to board a bus. The single mother said she carried her baby from Guatemala to the border.


    Federal officials gave the woman documents that allow her to travel anywhere in the United States.


    "Thanks to the authorities who gave us this chance to see our families," Jimenez said.


    Hermilia Maria Ortiz Moran, a Guatemalan national, said detention centers are overcrowded.


    Border Patrol officials said most of the immigrants crossing the border come from countries other than Mexico. They said some of those immigrants are sent to Laredo or Del Rio for processing. Still, many are being released.


    The immigrants get documents that indicate what they can and can't do during their stay in the United States.


    Ortiz and her three children are scheduled to appear before a deportation officer on May 27, in Hartford, Conn.


    "First and foremost, I have to thank God and ask him if there are any opportunities for work, I will work. Just as long as the permission allows us to," Ortiz said.


    The papers she got from officers prohibit her from working. They also must not commit any crimes. They must report any change of address to federal officials.


    CHANNEL 5 NEWS reported in July, 2013, about the flaws in the deportation system.


    Dina Turcios was released at a Brownsville bus station in April, 2013. She was supposed to report to the feds in Dallas, but that didn't happen. Turcios skipped town and moved to New York City.


    It's unclear if federal officials ever found Turcios. It's also unclear how many others have disappeared into U.S. cities after their release.


    CHANNEL 5 NEWS contacted Border Patrol officials about the group at the Harlingen bus station. They confirmed the women and children were all illegal immigrants.


    The agency issued the following statement about the releases:

    "In an effort to maximize resources and focus on the uptick in apprehensions, RGV Border Patrol Sector has begun implementing several steps. These efforts include, transporting detainees to other sectors within the South Texas Campaign AOR, temporary reassignment of agents from other sectors into RGV and temporarily issuing a notice to appear for immigration hearings to family units posing no threat to national security," the statement read.

    CHANNEL 5 NEWS reached out to legislators for comment about the releases. Congressman Henry Cuellar issued the following statement:

    "As a Congressman representing the border, and someone who has breathed the air and drank the water of the region for his whole life, I will be the first one to say that we need to do everything we can to secure the border in a smart way and enforce our immigration laws. Law enforcement prioritizes the removal of criminal aliens and law enforcement agents are doing their best to detain criminals that pose a risk to our communities. Agents are doing their best to keep our border secure with limited resources and I commend law enforcement agents for their commitment to keeping our families safe."

    http://www.krgv.com/news/illegal-imm...ed-to-go-free/
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    Don't reward the criminal actions of millions of illegal aliens by giving them citizenship.


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    ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS RELEASED INTO TEXAS TO EASE OVER-CROWDING OF DETENTION CENTERS



    by LOGAN CHURCHWELL
    26 Mar 2014

    U.S. Border Patrol agents, in conjunction with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) recently disclosed the increasing practice of releasing “low threat” illegal immigrant detainees to address the over-crowding of immigration detention centers in south Texas, according to official confirmation of local reports.


    One south Texas television station, KRGV, recently reported instances of women and minors claiming to have been recently released from immigration officials with “documents that allow [them] to travel anywhere in the United States.” Released individuals claimed their federal instructions stated they were not legally allowed to work and could be subject to further immigration hearings. The report claimed that most individuals interviewed and released were of Central and South American origins other than Mexico.

    A spokesperson for the U.S. Border Patrol recently confirmed such anecdotal evidence to be part of a larger strategy to focus resources away from individuals “posing no threat to national security.”

    "In an effort to maximize resources and focus on the uptick in apprehensions, RGV Border Patrol Sector has begun implementing several steps,” a Border Patrol statement read. “These efforts include, transporting detainees to other sectors within the South Texas Campaign AOR, temporary reassignment of agents from other sectors into RGV and temporarily issuing a notice to appear for immigration hearings to family units posing no threat to national security."

    Breitbart Texas’ Contributing Editor and border security expert Sylvia Longmire described this development as emblematic of a continuing trend where “band-aid policies” are being instituted in lieu of a functioning federal immigration system.

    “While ICE is only releasing individuals it deems to be non-threats to national security, most of them will abscond and never show up for their immigration hearings,” Longmire said. “Immigration reform means different things to different people, but the inconsistency in how these band-aid policies are being applied is incredibly frustrating for people who want to see real change--and improvement--in one direction or another.”

    Longmire cautions that the recent development could largely prove a waste of resources entirely.

    “Thanks to the lack of a standardized and smoothly functioning immigration policy, agents are wasting their time on processing non-threats--and rounding them up later--instead of going after violent drug smugglers and terrorist sympathizers who do pose real threats.”

    Breitbart Texas' Managing Director Brandon Darby recently reported on a related issue where an American Border Patrol Agent, Robert Rosas Jr., was killed in an altercation with an illegal immigrant who had been placed on "supervised release" by federal immigration officials in 2013.

    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-T...ention-Centers


    Robert Rosas, Jr's family has been impacted by an illegal that wanted a pair of night vision googles.....

    ILLEGAL ALIEN WAS ON 'SUPERVISED RELEASE' WHEN HE KILLED BORDER PATROL AGENT



    by BRANDON DARBY
    18 Nov 2013


    A Mexican national who entered the U.S. illegally to kill a U.S. Border Patrol agent has been given a hefty sentence after prosecution by the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

    Marcos Rodriguez-Perez was previously given "supervised release" by U.S. authorities for illegally smuggling human beings into the US. While on supervised release, the illegal alien participated in the 2009 killing of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Robert Rosas, Jr., along with three other Mexican nationals who had also entered the U.S. illegally or otherwise played a role in the killing.

    The four admittedly took advantage of the unsecured U.S./Mexico border and lured, trapped, and murdered the young Border Patrol agent for the purpose of stealing his night-vision goggles.

    Rodriguez-Perez will serve 56 years in a U.S. prison cell for his participation in the crime. He pleaded guilty to “conspiracy to commit robbery and kidnapping, robbery of personal property of the United States, and use and carrying of a firearm during the commission of a crime of violence,” according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

    In a Breitbart news exclusive, National Border Patrol Council Vice President Shawn Moran stated: “The fact that this killer was on supervised release for alien smuggling compounds this tragedy.

    We need to take alien smuggling and immigration crimes seriously. This case belies the commonly held notion that illegal aliens are good people just coming to the US to look for work.”


    Moran also honored Border Patrol Agent Rosas and stated: “Robert Rosas is what every Border Patrol agent should aspire to be. A hard worker, a loving husband, and devoted father.” He added: “He served the nation he loved and fought with tenacity until his final moment. He serves now as a Border Patrol legend and will never be forgotten by his brothers and sisters in green.”


    The death of Border Patrol Agent Rosas and the circumstances surrounding the ordeal have highlighted a number of recent issues facing the men and women of the U.S. Border Patrol. Many of them are alone in desolate areas where their radios do not work; they faceconstant threats from left-of-center efforts to prevent them from defending themselves; and U.S. authorities routinely decline to prosecute illegal aliens who attack Border Patrol agents, according to the National Border Patrol Council.

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Governm...-S-Authorities

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    The papers she got from officers prohibit her from working. They also must not commit any crimes. They must report any change of address to federal officials.
    Yet another who will be on welfare with all her kids. Welcome to America and have a nice day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiara View Post
    Yet another who will be on welfare with all her kids. Welcome to America and have a nice day!
    OBAMA HAS TO GET OUT & FAST

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