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Detroit Free Press, September 29, 2011
Nationwide illegal immigrant crackdown results in nearly 60 arrests in Michigan
Nearly 60 illegal immigrants with criminal convictions are waking up in Michigan jails this morning, waiting to be deported after their arrests during a seven-day Cross Check sweep that netted nearly 3,000 arrests nationwide.
Of the 58 immigrants arrested in Michigan, 18 were from metro Detroit and had committed crimes including criminal sexual conduct, drunken driving, weapons violations and illegal re-entry, according to U.S. Immigration and Customs and Enforcement (ICE) spokesman Khaalid Walls.
ICE announced the results of the immigration sweep Wednesday, but the agency would not disclose the names of those arrested in Michigan. Officials would say only that the individuals came from countries including Mexico, Guatemala, Cuba, Canada, Iraq, Albania, Serbia, Jamaica, India, Poland, the Dominican Republic and Jordan.
According to ICE, more than 1,600 of the immigrants arrested nationwide had felony convictions for crimes such as manslaughter, attempted murder, kidnapping, armed robbery, drug trafficking, child abuse, sexual crimes against minors, and aggravated assault. Of the total 2,901 arrested, 42 were gang members and 151 were convicted sex offenders, according to ICE.
In addition to being convicted criminals, 681 of those arrested were fugitives who previously had been ordered to leave the country but failed to do so. At least 146 of those arrested will be prosecuted on a variety of charges, officials said.
The arrests were the result of a weeklong nationwide Cross Check enforcement operation, a program that was launched in 2009. Prior sweeps have led to more than 4,500 arrests of convicted criminals, fugitives and unlawful immigrants who have illegally re-entered the U.S. after removal. The latest operation was the largest of its kind, ICE officials said.
"The results of this targeted enforcement operation underscore ICE's ongoing commitment and focus on the arrest and removal of convicted criminal aliens and those that game our nation's immigration system," ICE director John Morton said in a statement.
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Cos na ten temat po polsku.Poczytajcie kometarze.
http://www.informacjeusa.com/2011/09/29 … migrantom/
A co u nas? Ano chyba nic. Tak wychwalany przez niektórych gubernator siedzi cicho. Ni be ni me ni ku ku ryku!
Jestem skłonny wierzyć w to że raczej optuje w kierunku Alabamy i Arizony gdzie zabrania się imigrantom korzystać z wody. (Alabama)
A niektórzy robią krok do przodu lokując w tych którzy nie stronią od nauki bez względu na status.
http://www.informacjeusa.com/2011/10/10 … migrantow/
Postanowiłe odkurzyć temat reformy imigracyjnej.
Dużo się obecnie mówi na ten temat.
Oto ostatni art. w Dzienniku Polskim. Ciekawy jest też ten fragment:
"Powinniśmy prowadzić kampanię wśród Latynosów, czarnych, Azjatów i gejów,... "
http://www.dziennik.com/wiadomosci/arty … o-w-3-lata
''Gdzie można dostać prawo jazdy bez “papierów”: 10 stanów dla nieudokumentowanych''
http://www.dziennik.com/publicystyka/ar … umentowany
Czy ktoś pomyśli o tym ile może wpłynąć do 'kasy' za wydawanie prawa jazdy dla imigrantów, którzy tak czy inaczej korzystają z samochodu?