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Old 02-26-2010, 10:45 AM
 
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ICE arrests 49 fugitives and criminals in recent operation - WQOW TV: Eau Claire, WI NEWS18 News, Weather, and Sports

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This operation was conducted by ICE's Fugitive Operations Team (FOT) in Milwaukee, which is responsible for locating, arresting and removing immigration fugitives and at-large criminal aliens. Last year, ICE's FOTs made more than 35,000 arrests nationwide. More than 31,000 of those arrests, or nearly 89 percent, involved immigration fugitives and aliens with prior criminal convictions.
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ICE's Fugitive Operations Program is just one facet of the Department of Homeland Security's broader strategy to heighten the federal government's effectiveness at identifying and removing dangerous criminal aliens from the United States. Other initiatives that figure prominently in this effort are the Criminal Alien Program, Secure Communities and the agency's partnerships with state and local law enforcement under 287(g).
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Old 02-26-2010, 11:02 AM
 
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89% were found to have prior criminal records and yet the pro-illegals argue that we shouldn't seek out all illegal aliens, only the criminal ones. ICE raids and other LE investigations on all illegal aliens are the way to find the criminal ones!
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Old 02-27-2010, 10:32 AM
 
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Well Mexico complains about us dumping just the violent criminals back while we keep the "good" nonviolent ones. Actually I can see a problem with that practice, we pick and choose and send only the loser types back who will just add to the crime problems in border cities.

What happens when you send a 16 year old gang criminal back but his family opts to stay in the USA where the money is? Now this kid has no family, his own family prefers USA money or food stamps over their own child. The won't go back with him, leaving him to his own devices and to the hard and violent streets.
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