A college football perspective, shot in its own yard, a young convenience store clerk killed over a pack of cigarettes, a young woman murdered in front of their parents in a popular tourist area of San Francisco.
The flashpoints have unfolded in the debate over illegal immigration and refuge policy, all over the country, but are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to crimes committed by people with no legal claim to the Land.
“Failure to deport foreigners who are now judging crimes brings entire communities at risk, in particular migrant communities in the very sanctuary of the countries who are trying to protect the perpetrators,” Attorney General Jeff Sessions, warned on Monday.
“It is very refreshing that the trump management policy, the public is now able to find out exactly what kind of people are protected from immigration enforcement and published by the shrines.”
– Jessica Vaughan, Center for Immigration Studies
Sessions’ statement, at a White house briefing, sent a strong message around the nation that the Trump management intends to make his case against sanctuary cities, with a series of anecdotes, statistics, and tried to give her the moral high ground of the local governments, whose policy meetings, said, put American lives in danger.
Big-city mayors were quick to respond with spite.
“Here in New York City and in other cities of the country, this executive order could in fact undermine public safety and make our neighborhoods less safe,” New York City mayor Bill De Blasio said.
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Kate Steinle and murder suspect Francisco Sanchez are in this AP composite photo.
Boston mayor Marty Walsh vowed that his city would not help the Federal government in the deportation of illegal immigrants.
‘The Americans, by an overwhelming majority against sanctuary cities” https://t.co/s5QvsJWA6u
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 21. February 2017
“If people want to live here, you are going to live here,” Walsh said. “You can use my office. You can every office in this building.”
“I want to make it clear: We are gonna, a sanctuary city,” Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel said earlier this year.
Even before the meetings, the statement from the White house has shown no signs of backing away from the hard stance of the trump card in the election campaign.
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Shown here is Jamiel Shaw Jr.
Weeks prior to the meetings prior to that, the Ministry of justice would have Federal funds cut off, warned to cities that cooperate refuse to cooperate with Federal immigration authorities, the Department of Homeland Security began the publication of a weekly list of crimes committed by illegal immigrants.
The critics of the past illegal immigration policy celebrated meetings of the Declaration.
“It is very refreshing that the trump management policy, the public is now able to find out exactly what kind of people are protected from immigration enforcement and released from the sanctuaries,” said Jessica Vaughan, the Center for Immigration Studies. “The public now have the local authorities the responsibility for the sanctuary of the policy.”
Although not a technical term, “sanctuary cities” are seen as communities that have refused, working with Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials after the detention of illegal immigrants. By Federal law, you are not obliged to inform the FBI agents, if you are convicted of illegal immigrants in custody, even if he or she was convicted of a criminal offence.
Several large cities, including New York, Chicago and Los Angeles, as well as dozens and perhaps hundreds of smaller counties, cities and municipalities, also have refused to inform to the ICE, come then, and custody of the illegal immigrants, possibly for deportation.
A rape inside a Maryland high school boys’ bathroom, allegedly by two illegal immigrants, has to drive the latest high-profile case, the discussion. This case has become:a grim-the list of incidents in the last few years
– In July 2015, Kate Steinle was shot Wharf in the vicinity of San Francisco, Fisherman’s, as you in the holiday with your family. The 32-year-old killer, Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, an illegal immigrant from Mexico, who had previously been deported five times.
– Only a few days after Steinle Mirta Rivera, 41, a nurse and grandmother of Lawrence, Mass. was killed., was shot as she slept of an apartment in the upper floor, where two illegal immigrants were living, although deportations to the Federal, according to the Boston Herald.
– In the same month, Marilyn Pharis, a 64-year-old Air Force veteran, was raped and beaten to death with a claw hammer on July 24, 2015, in your own home. Victor Aureliano Martinez Ramirez, 29, an illegal immigrant from Mexico, who was arrested six times in the past 15 months, was one of the two men, the defendants in this case.
– At the beginning of 2015, the 21-year-old Grant Ronnebeck was working the night shift in a supermarket in Mesa, Ariz., if an illegal immigrant Apolinar Altamirano, admittedly, a member of the Sinola drug cartel that killed him, as he counted change for a pack of cigarettes.
And to pull in one of the earliest cases, a broad public to sanctuary cities, in 2008, was killed by 17-year-old Jamiel Shaw is in the vicinity of his house in Los Angeles. A gang member and illegal immigrant Pedro Espinoza, was later to view sentenced for the murder of the college football.
Experts say that for every case that makes national news, there are hundreds more crimes, the cooperate of illegal immigrants whose deportation was blocked by the local authorities’ refusal to.
Currently, there are approximately 2.1 million legal or illegal immigrants with criminal records live free or behind bars in the U.S., according to ICE’s Secure Communities office. Every year about 900,000 legal and illegal immigrants are arrested and 700,000 are released from prison, in prison or on parole. ICE estimates that more than 1.2 million criminal aliens at large in the United States
In the most recent figures available, a Government Accountability Office report entitled “Criminal Alien statistics” found that there were around 55,000 illegal immigrants in Federal prison and 296,000 in state and local crash in 2011. Experts agree the numbers have risen almost for sure, although the executive orders of the Obama administration may have changed the status of thousands who have been previously counted as illegal immigrants.
Public opinion behind the administration, shines a light on the statistics could be further strengthened, said David Ray, spokesman for the Federation for American Immigration Reform.
“The American public was already convinced that the hundreds was of thousands of criminal aliens through the streets of America is a serious issue that had to be dealt with, that is why they said President Trump in the White house in the first place”, Ray. “The trump administration’s move to the publication of the weekly data highlighting denied detainer requests was not intended to be, an American public convinced that a problem exists, but to show simply, the size and the scope of the problem, while highlighting the bad players.”