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Feds lost track of criminal alien
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Posted By: Ribicon, 6/12/2019 4:12:49 PM

Federal law enforcement agencies knowingly invite foreigners, often with lengthy criminal records, into the U.S., sponsoring them for visas on the hope they’ll help out with an investigation. But in dozens of those cases the government has lost track of the people and agents were slow in reporting them to Homeland Security, allowing the trail to go cold in efforts to track down, according to a Justice Department inspector general’s report released Wednesday. From 2015 to 2017 the Justice Department sponsored roughly 5,500 immigrants for deferred deportation, an S visa or parole into the U.S. In about 20% of those cases

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The USA is so peaceful and so safe that we import criminals to drum up business. Just think how many lawyer buddies gain cushy federal employment this way.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Delilah 6/12/2019 6:11:10 PM (No. 96987)
Is there anyone in Fed. law enforcement with an IQ above 75?
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Nimby 6/12/2019 6:18:02 PM (No. 96991)
They allow criminals to roam free (and that includes Hillary too!), yet spy on POTUS
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