Last week, Sarah Saldana, Director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), appeared before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. She was questioned about the number of illegal aliens with criminal convictions that were released back onto America’s streets.
According to Saldana’s testimony, about two-thirds of the 19,273 released criminal illegals during 2015 fiscal year, were due to the Supreme Court decision in the Zadvydas v. Davis case. In that case, the high court ruled that any illegal who had successfully completed his or her sentence could not be held indefinitely just because that person’s home country refused to take them back.
The actual figures on the number of released illegals with criminal convictions was coincidentally release just minutes prior to the committee hearing. What Saldana failed to consider was that at least one member of the House committee would have had time to read the report and know the actual numbers….
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