The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officially advertises the existence of “safe zones” where it does not prosecute illegal aliens, it has been revealed.
The CBP website advises illegal invaders that they can avoid arrest by congregating in certain areas, in what is a blatant subversion of the law.
On a part of the official CBP website titled “Sensitive Location FAQS,” the agency—which is supposed to be charged with protecting America’s borders from illegal immigration—maps out in explicit terms how the illegals can avoid arrest.
The first FAQ asks, “Do the Department of Homeland Security’s policies concerning enforcement actions at or focused on sensitive locations remain in effect?” and then answers it as follows:
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) have each issued and implemented policies concerning enforcement actions at or focused on sensitive locations.
These “sensitive locations” are defined in a policy document issued by the CBP, which states that the “presence of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Officers and Agents conducting enforcement activities at or near schools, places of worship, and certain other community locations has been a sensitive issue.”
These locations include “schools, including pre-schools, primary schools, secondary schools, post-secondary schools, vocational or trade schools, and colleges and universities; places of worship, including places where funerals, weddings, or other public religious ceremonies are taking place; community centers; and hospitals.”
The CBP website goes on to say that law enforcement action can only be carried out at “sensitive locations” when:
a) prior approval is obtained from an appropriate supervisory official, or (b) there are exigent circumstances necessitating immediate action without supervisor approval.
The CBP website adds that these policies are
…meant to ensure that ICE and CBP officers and agents exercise sound judgment when enforcing federal law at or focused on sensitive locations, to enhance the public understanding and trust, and to ensure that people seeking to participate in activities or utilize services provided at any sensitive location are free to do so, without fear or hesitation.
What this in effect means is that any illegal invader can avoid arrest by walking with a second person at a march or demonstration, attending a class, or going into a church, medical facility, or school bus stop.
“The enforcement actions covered by this policy are (1) arrests; (2) interviews; (3) searches; and (4) for the purposes of immigration enforcement only, surveillance,” the ICE policy says.
Each “FAQ” answer is accompanied by a translation for Spanish-speaking illegal aliens—but not in any other foreign language.
The CBP website also provides a toll-free number and email address to enable illegal aliens to report immigration enforcement efforts taking place at any of the “sensitive locations.”