Illegal Immigration and Crime: Guatemalan Murderer Made U.S. His Home

The thing is, an actual immigration system would vet those who wanted to make the U.S. their home.  Not only would such a system determine who was worthy to seek citizenship, it would also make sure, for instance, THEY WERE NOT A MURDERER. There is no doubt that the current state of affairs, i.e., the lack of control over our...

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Illegal Immigration and Crime: Man Who Raped and Murdered a Child Deported

Earlier this year, ICE deported a criminal alien to Mexico who was wanted for the rape and murder of a child. If ever there was a case for the connection between illegal immigration and crime, this story is certainly it. Not only did Angel Daniel Vasquez-Aleman rape and murder a child in Mexico, while here in the U.S., illegally,...

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Illegal Immigration and Crime: Gang Member Deported for Murder

Here’s another example of illegal immigration and crime, where lax border controls allow foreign  murders to gain a sort of sanctuary in The United States. And, once again, once here, this illegal immigrant didn’t straighten up and walk the line, he continued his criminal ways, affecting the well-being of American...

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Illegal Immigration and Crime: Murderer Makes America Home for 13 Years

Illegal immigration and crime is the untold story in America today. In this instance, a Panamanian man murdered someone in his home country in 2002 and he promptly headed for the U.S. on a 6 month visa.  Of course, he over stayed, becoming an illegal immigrant.  During those 11 years, how many crimes did he participate in?  How can...

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Illegal Immigration and Crime: Mexican Rapist Escapes to US for Two Years

Here’s another example of the connection between illegal immigration and crime. A Mexcian national committed committed at rape in 2011 and was charged in 2013 when he decided to flee to the U.S.  It seems he was deported once in 2013, but re-entered our nation less than a month later until he caught and in September. First,...

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