By Red Pill  |  01-27-2018   News
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The men and women serving the United States of America inside of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency using the Enforcement and Removal Operations unit have announced they've successfully arrested 86 dangerous criminal illegal aliens.

The three-day crackdown took place along North Texas and Oklahoma in which a whopping 55 of the 86 arrested had prior criminal convictions.

A total 82 of those arrested were male and four were female, all in the age range of 19-years-old to 61-years-old.

ICE said they detained a specific amount of Illegals in the following cities which were part of the raid in a<a href="https://www.ice.gov/webform/hsi-tip-form#"> press release</a>:

<blockquote>The majority of the arrests were made in Texas, with 70 apprehensions in the cities of: Abilene (3), Amarillo (3), Alvarado (2), Arlington (3), Athens (1), Breckenridge (2), Corsicana (1), Dallas (11), Denton (2), Fort Worth (3), Friona (2), Garland (1), Grand Prairie (1), Greenville (3), Hereford (8), Jacksonville (1), Kaufman (1), Longview (3), Lubbock (11), Mansfield (1), McKinney (1), Plano (1) and Terrell (4).</blockquote>

<blockquote>A total of 16 arrests were made in Oklahoma in the cities of: Oklahoma City (11) and Tulsa (5).</blockquote>

<blockquote>Aliens arrested during this operation are from the following countries: Mexico (55), Guatemala (10), El Salvador (6), Honduras (4) Bangladesh (3), Cameroon (1) Jordan (1), Laos (1), Liberia (1), Nigeria (1), Panama (1), Philippines (1) and Zimbabwe (1). </blockquote>

Enforcement and Removal Operations has stated that these federal criminal illegal aliens held <i>severe previous criminal convictions</i>, including but not limited to sexually exploiting a minor, assault, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, drug possession, burglary, obstructing police, larceny, manufacturing methamphetamine, firearms offense, smuggling, receiving stolen property, illegally entering the U.S., and driving under the influence (DUI).

These aren't babies with pacifiers in their mouths folks, <i>they're dangerous previously convicted animals who have no place in our society</i>, and <b>they have to go back</b>.

Twenty-one of the federal criminal illegal aliens arrested were also previously deported, and that means <i>they will now be charged with a felony</i> as a result of their ignorance of America's law and order.

Depending on an alien's criminality, an alien who re-enters the United States after having been previously deported commits a felony punishable by up to 20 years in federal prison, if convicted.

ICE goes on to specifically point out the horrendous criminal history of just five of the individuals apprehended so that Americans can understand <i>what types of savages were dealing with</i>.

On January 24th — A 43-year-old citizen of Mexico was arrested by in Breckenridge, Texas. He entered the United States in 1996 as a U.S. permanent resident.

He was later convicted in 2011 of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and was sentenced to 10 years' probation (shocking) as a result of that crime, and because of his felony conviction, renders him removable.

He is now in ICE custody pending an immigration hearing before a federal immigration judge.

On January 24th — A 27-year-old citizen of Cameroon was arrested in Abilene, Texas. He legally entered the U.S. in 2014.

In 2018 he was convicted of possessing child pornography and sentenced to two years' probation (absolutely infuriating such a weak sentence for child porn), and as a result of the felony conviction, renders him removable.

He is in ICE custody pending an immigration hearing before a federal immigration judge.

On January 24th — A 37-year-old illegal alien from Guatemala was arrested in Dallas. He is pending criminal prosecution on multiple counts related to continuously assaulting a child under the age of 14-years-old and has been eluding authorities.

He is currently in ICE custody pending disposition of his criminal charges, after which he either serves a sentence or if found not guilty will be deported.

On January 25th — A 57-year-old citizen of Bangladesh was arrested in Dallas. He legally entered the U.S. in 1994 on a temporary visitor visa.

In 2017, he was convicted of manufacture/delivery of methamphetamine and sentenced to two years' probation (are you seeing a pattern here folks?) in that case.

He is in ICE custody pending an immigration hearing before a federal immigration judge.

On January 25th — A 26-year-old citizen of Mexico was arrested in Corsicana, Texas. He legally entered the U.S. as a U.S. permanent resident.

During his stay in America, this piece of human garbage was convicted of <i>multiple crimes</i> including invasive visual recording inside of a bath/dress room, criminal trespassing, criminal mischief, and burglary of a building.

He is in ICE custody pending an immigration hearing before a federal immigration judge.

<strong><span style="color:red;">These are disgusting criminals and they don't belong in our America.</span></strong>

ICE also said that these operations will continue all across the United States as they gather intelligence upon suspected criminals who are hiding inside of America's cities.

"This operation focused on targeting immigration fugitives and criminal aliens in North Texas and the state of Oklahoma, but we routinely conduct operations daily," said Bret Bradford, field office director of ERO Dallas. "By removing criminal aliens from the streets, our ICE officers provide a valuable community service by improving public safety."

The ERO Dallas offices have a large area of responsibility to cover which includes 128 counties in North Texas and Oklahoma.

Each and every person apprehended as per this raid were subject to deportation under the<a href="https://www.uscis.gov/ilink/docView/SLB/HTML/SLB/act.html"> United States Immigration and Nationality Act</a>.

Daily Reminder that you can report illegal aliens to ICE at 1-866-2DHS-ICE that's 1-866-347-2423 and anonymous tips may be reported on this form and may also be reported to ICE via the toll-free<a href="https://www.ice.gov/webform/hsi-tip-form#"> HSI Tip Line</a>.

Be as specific and as detailed as possible. You are encouraged to provide any additional identifying details such as places of birth, countries of citizenship, and any numeric identifiers in the below narrative text box.

<i>The detailed information you provide will assist investigators as they look into reported violations.</i>

<b>Great job to both ICE and ERO, thank you!</b>

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tina No. 16938 1517065472

Hope by now ICE has been cleaned up.. Why not put our troops on the border with live fire? Problem solved.

Anonymous No. 16940 1517066241

Hope by now ICE has been cleaned up.. Why not put our troops on the border with live fire? Problem solved.

Anonymous No. 16943 1517067984

75 of these came waltzing across our southern border. Ridiculous I say! No wall, make a no mans land loaded with land mines and armed guards who's orders are to shoot 1st.

George No. 17091 1517273923

Check the restaurants in Baltimore I know honey bee have some illegals

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