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Immigration and Customs Enforcement Released 66,000 Convicted Criminal Aliens In 2 Years

(25 July 2015) ICE released 36,000 convicted criminal aliens in 2013 and 30,000 in 2014. (Source: House Judiciary Committee)

States Along Mexican Border Dominate Federal Criminal Cases In District And Magistrate Courts

(25 July 2015) 41.7% of the federal criminal cases that U.S. attorneys filed in district courts in fiscal 2014 were in the 5 districts along the U.S.-Mexico border (Southern California, Arizona, New Mexico, Western Texas and Southern Texas). 5,832 criminal cases were filed in Western Texas and 5,517 in Southern Texas, each more than the total of 5,257 cases filed in the 17 districts that stretch from the Western District of Washington to the District of Maine. The defendants found guilty in the 5 districts along the U.S.-Mexico border equaled 36.6% of those found guilty in all 93 districts. Of the criminal defendants found guilty in the magistrate courts, 93.8% were in the 5 districts along the U.S.-Mexico border. (Source: Dept. of Justice)

21% Of Population Receiving Government Assistance Because Of Their Low Incomes

(25 July 2015) In 2012, there was a monthly average of 52.25 million low-income people (21.3% of population) benefitting from a government assistance program. (Source: Census Bureau)

More Than 40% Of Hispanics Living In Poverty Are Minors

(18 July 2015) In 2013, 42.5% of Hispanics living below the federal poverty level were under 18 ... 38.4% of blacks ... 21.8% of whites ... 20.6% of Asians. (Source: Census Bureau)

California Issuing More Driver Licenses To Illegal Aliens Than To Legal Residents

(18 July 2015) In the first 6 months of 2015, California issued 397,000 driver licenses to illegal aliens and 362,000 to legal residents. (Sources: California Dept. of Motor Vehicles, 18 July 2015 Fox News)

4 Of The 5 Counties With Most ICE Detainer Refusals Are In California

(18 July 2015) During Jan.-Aug. 2014, there were 276 counties in 42 states plus D.C. that refused to comply with ICE detainers. The largest numbers of detainers refused were in Santa Clara, Los Angeles, Alameda and San Diego counties in California; and Miami-Dade County in Florida. (Source: 8 Oct 2014 Dept. of Homeland Security Law Enforcement Systems & Analysis)

Overwhelmed By Illegal Aliens

(18 July 2015) At least 121 murders have been committed by criminal aliens that were released by the U.S. government since 2010. There are 168,680 convicted criminal aliens living in the U.S. who have been issued final orders for deportation. There are another 179,018 convicted criminal aliens living in the U.S. who are currently in deportation proceedings. In the first 8 months of 2014, there were 8100 deportable illegal aliens, including 3000 felons, that were released after arrest in approximately 300 sanctuary cities after ICE had issued a detainer seeking custody. In the first 5 months of FY2015, only 181 companies were investigated by the federal government for hiring illegal workers, compared to 3000 in FY2013. (Sources: Center for Immigration Studies, Sen. Sessions, Sen. Grassley)

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