37,007 Criminal Aliens Released Last Year So We Can Stand for Love


According to Federal officials, a Supreme Court decision in 2001 requires the release of criminal aliens who can’t be deported.  A total of 169 killers and 37,007 criminal aliens were released into our communities last fiscal year and no one knows who they are or where they are. They are free to commit crimes again.

ICE has released 169 criminal alien killers this past year who cannot be deported because their home countries won’t take them back. Almost every country refusing to take them back receives aid from the United States. We do not insist the aid be contingent on them taking these people back. Iran doesn’t have relations with the U.S. and we apparently have their killers also.

The agency admitted in an August 15 letter to Sen. Charles Grassley of Iowa, that 169 killers nationwide were released and 154 were freed because of the Supreme Court decision.

The killers were arrested for homicide-related deaths and have served their time. It is no cause for alarm that we are importing and releasing criminal killers according to activists like Rich Pelligrino of Cobb Immigrant Alliance, an open borders group which is “standing on the side of love” according to one of the websites they ally with called Standing on the Side of Love. It is a website for an extreme far-left campaign by an extreme far-left Unitarian Universalist group(s). They apply love and hate to situations in an extreme way.

Some of the homicide-related crimes are drunk driving, manslaughter and murder. Since we plea- bargain sentences down, they are probably worse than we imagine.

ICE said the individuals were convicted of a variety of crimes from driving-related deaths, to manslaughter, to murder.

No one can know who these people are. ICE must release them into our communities without anyone knowing who they are or where they are being released.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has released them for a variety of reasons beyond their being without a country.

In some cases, the countries are slow issuing documents and it goes past the allowable detention limit. China, Iran and India are among those countries. It should not go unnoticed that Iranian killers are sneaking into the country.

In all, ICE released 37,007 convicted criminals nationwide during the last fiscal year. The agency informed Grassley they had no discretion in the release of many. They were freed through bond, orders of recognizance, orders of supervision, alternatives to detention and parole.

Mr. Obama who is so intent on using his pen and phone for reasons he finds necessary, doesn’t see the necessity in this. In fact, hundreds of thousands more have been released since 2008.

ICE’s principal deputy assistant secretary said they will soon require senior-level supervisors to approve the release of any “potentially dangerous individuals.” Why didn’t they do this sooner?

Zadvydas v. Davis, 533 U.S. 678 (2001), was a case decided by the Supreme Court of the United States. The court ruled that the indefinite detention of immigrants under order of deportation, but for whom the United States cannot find an country willing to accept said immigrant(s), may not be held indefinitely under the plenary power doctrine. To justify detention of immigrants for a period longer than six months, the government was required to show removal in the foreseeable future or special circumstances.

Our lawless president is following this ruling to the letter of the law.

Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Texas) introduced the “Keep Our Communities Safe Act” (H.R. 1932) but the activists and activist lawyers are opposed to it. Others cite the cost of detaining criminal aliens without concern for the cost of setting them free. The GOP is supporting this law.

The Center for Immigration Studies has used information provided to the office Senator Chuck Grassley (R., Iowa) to map out the locations of where convicted killers were let go by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials in 2013. The killers were booked out in 24 states and were associated with 96 different cities, according to the CIS report. The following map shows with red dots the ZIP codes where they were released and with blue squares the ICE centers where they were booked out: