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    Quote Originally Posted by MW View Post
    How do you know stoptheinvaders is a he? I thought he was a she.
    My mistake! I should have used the generic "it" instead!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtdc View Post
    (Mod Edit) There is no direct connection. I can't know that and you can't know that it isn't true.

    I'm for the wall, but looking at the post on this forum, illegal aliens are the only ones committing rape, homicide, assaults, etc.? Since illegal aliens is the main topic of this forum, it gives a distorted picture.

    The wall alone will not stop illegal aliens. All of our laws. Megan's Law was a specific target. Likewise with Kate's Law. The "Wall" has been an objective for many years. President Trump brought it to the forefront. So naming it Mollie's Wall is not a unique thing motivated by her murder, it is tokenism!
    As far as this forum's focus on illegal alien crime is concerned, it is necessary to expose the cost, both human and financial, of illegal immigration. When an American citizen commits a crime their information and pictures iare plastered all over the news. When an illegal alien commits a crime, the media refers to them as "a man" or "a woman". The media has been running cover for the illegals for years while portraying them to be "just hard working family folks looking for a better life" while hiding their lawlessness. We have enough people committing crimes, we really don't need to import more.

    The DOJ reports that 26% of the Federal prison population is alien. that is a lot when you consider the alien percentage of the overall population and the limited space in our prisons.

    The the majority of illegals in this country are males between the ages of 18 and 32. Since the BRIDGE Initiative was signed by Hillary Clinton in 2010, we have been under siege by Central Americans coming in "units", to include pregnant women with one or more additional child, and unaccompanied minors. Those minors are not little children, they are mostly teenage males that in their own country are not considered children.

    Most of this could be curtailed with a substantial barrier, preferably a Wall, and I personally don't care what they name it, just build it. In my view, the only people that are getting rich off of this whole fiasco are the cartels, the countries that send their citizens here for remittances and the businesses that hire them while the American people pay the freight.

    DOJ: 26% of Federal Prisoners Are Aliens

    By Preston Huennekens on June 12, 2018

    Five days after his inauguration, President Donald Trump signed Executive Order 13768 entitled "Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States". In this order, he required the government to release certain documents detailing the effects of illegal immigration.

    Subsequently, the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Justice began releasing the quarterly Alien Incarceration Report. Both the FY 2017 full report and the FY 2018 Quarter 1 report can be found at the Center's Immigration Data Portal. These reports present data on the number of incarcerated aliens in the federal penal system. These criminal aliens are classified by a number of categories, including those in custody of the U.S. Marshal's Service and those who are under the custody of the Federal Bureau of Prisons. They are sorted further into four categories: those who have received final orders of removal, those under investigation for removal, those under adjudication, and those who have been granted relief.

    The most recent report includes helpful insights into the current criminal alien population within two separate entities — the Bureau of Prisons and the U.S. Marshal's Service. These two entities make up the total number of known or suspected aliens in federal custody.

    At the end of the first quarter of FY 2018, there were 57,820 known or suspected aliens in federal custody. Within the report itself, the numbers are analyzed respective to the holding entity (BOP or USMS).
    Bureau of Prisons

    The Bureau of Prisons is responsible for the custody and care of federal inmates. As of December 2017, BOP has custody of 38,132 known or suspected aliens. This represents approximately 21 percent of the total BOP population — meaning that one in five BOP inmates is an alien.

    Of the 38,132 known or suspected aliens, approximately 66 percent were unlawfully present in the United States.
    Some analysts charge that the reason there are so many aliens in federal custody is that they are there for primarily immigration-related offenses. This is certainly true, as about 29 percent of aliens in BOP custody have committed immigration offenses such as illegal reentry after removal.

    But most of the aliens are incarcerated because of other federal crimes they committed. According to the report, 46 percent of these aliens committed drug trafficking or other drug-related offenses, which was the largest crime category committed by aliens in BOP custody. The remaining 25 percent committed a variety of other criminal offenses, including fraud, weapons charges, racketeering, and sexual crimes. Clearly, the large population of aliens in BOP custody cannot simply be explained away by immigration crimes.

    U.S. Marshals Service (USMS)

    The U.S. Marshals Service is charged with the housing and care of federal pretrial detainees. Interestingly, the USMS was the first federal law enforcement agency in the United States.

    At the end of December 2017, USMS had 53,141 total individuals in their custody. Of those, 19,688 (37 percent) were identified by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) as confirmed aliens.

    Unlike BOP, the majority of aliens in USMS custody were held for immigration offenses — USMS held 10,971 aliens (56 percent) for these crimes. Another 4,665 aliens (24 percent) were held for crimes related to drug trafficking.
    Sixty-eight percent (13,449) of the aliens were apprehended in the Southwest region of the United States.

    State and Local Data

    The Department of Justice has for years tried to tally the number of aliens in state and local jails. The inmates in these facilities make up 90 percent of the total incarcerated population. The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) collects data from local facilities using the Annual Survey of Jails, but this data cannot accurately estimate the total number of aliens in local custody at this time. The DHS Office of Immigration Statistics is "evaluating potential strategies to estimate the immigration status of individuals in state and local custody based on information available in the Census Bureau's American Community Survey." Whether this will produce reliable estimates of aliens in state and local prisons and jails remains to be seen.

    State-Level Reporting

    Some states have released information about the alien population within their total inmate counts. The FY 2018 Quarter 1 Alien Incarceration Report included information released by the Texas Department of Public Safety regarding aliens in the state's jails. The report notes that this data does not includeall aliens in the Texas criminal justice system, but only those who have had prior interaction with DHS.

    Over 250,000 criminal aliens were booked in Texas local jails between June 2011 and April 2018. These individuals were charged with more than 663,000 offenses, including:

    • 1,351 homicide charges
    • 79,049 assault charges
    • 18,685 burglary charges
    • 79,900 drug charges
    • 815 kidnapping charges
    • 44,882 theft charges
    • 50,777 obstructing police charges
    • 4,292 robbery charges
    • 7,156 sexual assault charges
    • 9,938 weapons charges.

    The data from Texas sheds light on the danger posed by criminal aliens to local communities. More states should follow Texas's example and release information such as this to allow policymakers and researchers access to this critical data.

    Additionally, from the ALIPAC Rules for Discussion.

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    Last edited by Newmexican; 08-27-2018 at 04:52 PM.
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