30,558 nonwhite illegal immigrants freed by the US’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) since 2010 have been re-arrested for no less than 92,347 crimes, including 124 murders.
The shocking statistics are contained in an official release issued by the ICE head office in Washington DC dated February 11, 2016.
According to a Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) review of the report, the illegal nonwhites are responsible for a significant crime spree in American communities, including 124 new homicides. Inexplicably, ICE has released many of these criminal aliens multiple times.
In addition, only a tiny percentage—3 percent—of the released criminals have been deported from the country, all in terms of the Obama regime’s plans to flood America with as many nonwhites as possible.
Most of the invaders receive the most generous forms of due process available, and are allowed to remain at large, without supervision, while they await drawn-out immigration hearings. They are permitted to take advantage of this inefficient processing even though they are more likely to re-offend than they are to be granted legal status in the presidentially-authorized “catch and release policy” known as “prioritization.”
The murderers were associated with 250 different communities in the United States, with the most clustered in California, New York, and Texas.
The ICE list does not even tell the full story of illegal nonwhite crime in America, because its list does not include those invaders released by over 300 so-called “sanctuary cities” and those ICE declined to take into custody.
In a memo about the crimes of released illegals sent to Senate Justice Chairman Chuck Grassley, the ICE said that the “aliens were charged with a total of 135 homicide-related crimes subsequent to release from ICE custody. As of July 25, 2015, a total of 39 convictions have resulted from these homicide-related charges. Of the 121 total aliens, 2 had homicide-related convictions prior to release from ICE custody.”
ICE reported that 156 criminal aliens have been released at least twice by ICE since 2013. Between them, these criminals had 1,776 convictions before their first release in 2013, with burglary, larceny, sex offences, and drug possession listed most frequently.
These aliens were charged with a total of 135 homicide-related crimes after release. Two of them had homicide-related convictions even before they were released.
Another three aliens who were released by ICE during that time were charged with homicides during the first 10 months of 2015, bringing the total number of criminal aliens released by ICE who subsequently were charged with homicide to 124.
ICE further disclosed that 47 of the recidivist aliens who were released at least twice had since been charged with an additional 106 crimes since their most recent release. So far, 20 have been convicted of crimes including burglary, dangerous drugs, DUI, fraud, and assault on a police officer.
Some 75 percent of those released were due to court orders—or because their countries wouldn’t take them back.
The following countries have been listed by ICE as being “uncooperative in accepting their deported citizens:” Afghanistan, Algeria, Burundi, Cape Verde, China, Cuba, Eritrea, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, India, Iran, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Sudan, and Zimbabwe.