“I’m not sure I can give assurances that their children will be safe,” he said.
What he did give assurances about, however, was that he would do three things: Get to bottom of the case, end the sanctuary status of Montgomery County and make the county’s school district more accountable.
“That’s a big part of the problem,” Hogan said of the county’s decision to not cooperate with federal authorities in their hunt for illegal immigrants.
Hogan’s comments put further pressure on the superintendent of the Montgomery County school district who has accused some parents of displaying “racism and xenophobia” in their responses to the rape.
That ass won’t do anything. He wants to let them all stay. A key lawmaker Monday said than 2,000 illegal immigrants were turned loose on American streets after serving prison sentences last year – often because their home countries refused to take them back – and many subsequently committed crimes including rape and murder.
An illegal immigrant who stabbed a Connecticut woman to death after doing time for attempted murder might not have been in the U.S. soil if the federal agency responsible for deporting him had done a better job, a government watchdog wrote in a scathing report released this week.
The family of the woman shot to death on a San Francisco pier last year filed a lawsuit Friday saying the illegal immigrant accused in the killing should have been in custody if not for a series of mistakes by city and federal workers. The killing of Kate Steinle in July 2015 and the arrest of Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez put San Francisco’s leaders on the defensive as critics and outside politicians called for a change in the city’s sanctuary law. Despite national outrage, San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors on Tuesday upheld those protections for people in the country illegally.
The fatal shooting of an Oakland muralist marks the second time in roughly two months that a gun stolen from a federal official allegedly was used in a San Francisco-area murder. The gun allegedly used to kill muralist Antonio Ramos on Sept. 29 was stolen 16 days earlier from an Immigration and Customs Enforcement official.
Sunday for the first time since announcing his formal candidacy, Republican Donald Trump issued a position paper — a written plan that outlines the specifics of a political strategy — and it should probably surprise no one that it was immigration-centric.
To this day, Odummer hasn’t spoken out against the death of Kate Steinle, in SF, by an illegal immigrant, who was deported several times. Now one wonders, had she been black, would he have said anything then? Odummer said it worked. The nation’s top immigration agent said it worked. Even the inspector general said it worked. So why did the Obama administration kill a government program that did exactly what Congress intended by identifying and deporting illegal immigrants?
Obama’s immigration deputies released 30,862 foreign criminals into the United States’ cities and neighborhoods, according to a federal document. It also shows that Obama repatriated less than 1 percent of the 12 million illegals living in the United States during the 12 months up to October 2014.
ICE has published a draft solicitation for immigrant identification cards that anticipates a “surge” in immigrants in 2016, Breitbart.com reports. The proposal request says that a minimum of 4 million cards would need to be produced per year, with the ability to produce 9 million cards “to support possible future immigration reform initiative requirements.”