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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Local Officials Who Released Violent Illegals Should Face Criminal Prosecution

SANCTUARY: Dozens of Violent 

Illegals Released From Prison

 Before Deportation

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Local authorities released more than 200 undocumented immigrants from
 prisons and jails in sanctuary jurisdictions over a week-long span despite
 pending federal detainment orders, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement reported Monday.

A single county in central Texas accounted for nearly three-fourths
 of the 206 undocumented immigrants who were released. Travis
 County authorities freed 142 people who entered the United States
 illegally and were subject to deportation.

A homicide suspect, a convicted arsonist, and multiple individuals
 convicted of aggravated assault were among those released by 
local law enforcement across 118 jurisdictions between Jan. 28 to Feb. 3.

President Donald Trump issued an executive order in January 
requiring the Department of Homeland Security to issue a weekly
 "Declined Detainer Outcome Report" detailing law enforcement
 agencies that are "endangering Americans" by refusing to 
cooperate with ICE detainers. The report released this week
 marked the first of the series.