Oct 07, 2015

Criminals Find New Home in US | LifeZette

The number of illegal aliens convicted of crimes who were deported last year plunged by nearly 25 percent, as the Obama administration scaled back efforts to send illegals — even criminals — back to their home countries. Deportations of illegals with criminal convictions declined from 177,960 to 136,700. These are the very deportations President Barack Obama has repeatedly promised to prioritize...

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