Criminal Illegal Aliens Released by Obama Admin Reoffending at Higher Rate Than Reported (Watch)

Whoa big shocker the obama admin is hiding data that criminal illegal aliens released back onto the streets of America are reoffending at a higher rate than ICE reported.

First off why are criminal illegals being released? Been held too long is unacceptable excuse. Second why are they being released back on our streets? This govt is going to waste our money no matter what might as well put the SOBs on a plane and ship them back where they came from regardless if their home country doesn’t want them. As far as I’m concerned land the plane throw them off and take off again or strap a parachute to their ass and send them flying… no, I’m not kidding either!

This admin is completely derelict in its prime duty to protect the homeland. US military what are you waiting for? Nevermind have to remind myself your rank, position and pension are more important than the oath you took which you hold in high regard and get irate if anyone ever questions it…. as you were.

Criminal immigrants reoffend at higher rates than ICE has suggested
by Maria Sacchetti | BostonGlobe
They were among the nation’s top priorities for deportation, criminals who were supposed to be sent back to their home countries. But instead they were released, one by one, in secret across the United States. Federal officials said that many of the criminals posed little threat to the public, but did little to verify whether that was true.

It wasn’t.

A Globe review of 323 criminals released in New England from 2008 to 2012 found that as many as 30 percent committed new offenses, including rape, attempted murder, and child molestation — a rate that is markedly higher than Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials have suggested to Congress in the past.

The names of these criminals have never before been made public and are coming to light now only because the Globe sued the federal government for the list of criminals immigration authorities returned to neighborhoods across the country. A judge ordered the names released in 2013, and the Globe then undertook the work that the federal government didn’t, scouring court records to find out how many released criminals reoffended.

The Globe has also published, in conjunction with this story, a searchable database of the thousands of names that were disclosed to the news organization, so that crime victims, law enforcement officials, and managers of sex offender registries — who are often unaware of these releases — can find out if the criminals may still be in the United States…more