Immigration: The Truth about the LIe - CRIME

by Wonderment 61 Replies latest social current

  • hybridous
    'only serves to criminalize those immigrants.'

    Not true. Also serves to define a country as an actual working political entity, with actual rules and laws about who may and may not be there.

  • Simon

    It highlights that the 'findings' are opinion and not fact. They are arbiltrarilly discounting certain crimes because ... why? To skew the results? Why else?

    Also telling is that so many are measuring "something else" and then coming to the conclusion that it can be interpreted as meaning lower crime rates.

    It's also important to measure based on population. The native population should commit most of the crimes because they represent more people. But if you are trying to measure criminality in a meaningful way then you should be looking at per-capita rates, not comparing absolute numbers.

  • Simon

    The relationship between illegal immigrants and violent crime

    Research conducted by the federal government oversight organization Judicial Watch in 2014 documents that 50 percent of all federal crimes were committed near our border with Mexico.

    Of the 61,529 criminal cases filed by federal prosecutors; 40 percent or 24,746 were in court districts along the southern borders of California, Arizona and Texas.

    The Western District of Texas had the nation’s most significant crime rate with over 6,300 cases filed; followed by the Southern District of Texas with slightly over 6,000 cases.

    The Southern California District with nearly 4,900 cases; New Mexico with nearly 4,000 cases and Arizona with over 3,500 criminal cases ranked 3rd, 4th and 5th.

    The U.S. Department of Justice documents that in 2014, 19 percent or over 12,000 criminal cases filed by prosecutors were for violent crimes; and over 22 percent or 13,300 cases were for drug related felonies.

    That same year, the U.S. Sentencing Commission found that 75 percent of all criminal defendants who were convicted and sentenced for federal drug offenses were illegal immigrants. Illegal immigrants were also involved in 17 percent of all drug trafficking sentences and one third of all federal prison sentences.

    The U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Sentencing Commission reported that as of 2014, illegal immigrants were convicted and sentenced for over 13 percent of all crimes committed in the U.S.

    According to the FBI, 67,642 murders were committed in the U.S. from 2005 through 2008, and 115,717 from 2003 through 2009. The General Accounting Office documents that criminal immigrants committed 25,064 of these murders.

    Illegal immigrants clearly commit a level of violent and drug related crimes disproportionate to their population.

    In California alone, over 2,400 illegal immigrants out of a total prison population of 130,000 are imprisoned in the state’s prison system for the crime of homicide.

    The misrepresentation of comparisons in who commits crimes between illegal immigrants, legal U.S. immigrants and American citizens

    The pro-illegal immigrant lobby consistently misrepresents the criminal involvement of illegal immigrants as compared to immigrants who legally enter the U.S. and American citizens, saying that illegal immigrants commit less crimes than their counterparts. This assertion is false in most cases. Here are the vetted statistics:

    In California, there are just over 92 illegal immigrants imprisoned for every 100,000 illegals as compared to 74 citizens and legal non-citizen immigrants. In Arizona, the rate is nearly 69 illegals imprisoned for every 100,000, as compared to 54 citizens and legal non-citizen immigrants.

    In New York, over three times as many illegal immigrants or 169, are imprisoned for crimes per 100,000, as compared to only 48 citizens and legal non-citizen immigrants. Only the states of Texas and Florida do illegal immigrants commit less crimes than their legal immigrant counterparts (Texas with 54.5 illegals imprisoned per 100,000, compared to 65 legal immigrants and Florida with 55 illegals imprisoned, compared to 68 legal immigrants).

    Texas is an epicenter for illegal immigrant crimes

    Recent crime analysis by both the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Texas law enforcement authorities indicate that between June 2011 and March 2017, over 217,000 criminal immigrants were arrested and booked into Texas jails.

    In researching the criminal careers of these defendants, it was revealed that they had jointly committed over nearly 600,000 criminal offenses. Their arrests included nearly 1,200 homicides; almost 69,000 assaults; 16,854 burglaries; 700 kidnappings; nearly 6,200 sexual assaults; 69,000 drug offenses; 8,700 weapons violations; over 3,800 robberies and over 45,000 obstructing police charges. In determining the status of these offenders in the U.S., it was confirmed by DHS that over 173,000 or 66 percent of these immigrant criminal defendants were in our country illegally at the times of their arrests.

  • Diogenesister
    show that illegal immigration does not increase the prevalence of violent crime or drug and alcohol problems....

    Can I just say, at least from a British point of view, the section on drugs is codswallop.

    No, they don't take drugs. Absolutely. They SELL them. They do so because it's one avenue of earning money when they don't have a visa allowing them to work. Over and again, at least at the lower level, illegals are the ones selling the hard drugs.

    Its sad because when you compare that with what legal immigrants achieve - or rather what their children acheive - you realise what a difference that lousy piece of paper makes.

  • Sugar Shane
    Sugar Shane

    It’s good that drug crimes are being brought up on this thread. The US has a huge opioid epedemic, and it seems that compared to many other countries, we just can’t stop getting high!! We’re one of the ONLY nations with televised commercials allowing the big pharma companies to promote their pills. We have a whole generation of drug addled citizens who got hooked on fentanyl and other drugs that were basically PUSHED by various manufacturers. Now, the individual STATES are bringing lawsuits against the big pharma cartels, because the Federal Government doesn’t have the BALLS to take on a major source of their political donations (like what happened with big tobacco). an effort to find a “bogey-man,” what do we do? We blame those filthy Mexicans for the fact the we just can’t get off drugs. It’s THEIR FAULT.

    We have a generation of drug addicted young people, diagnosed with ADHD, who won’t put the X-box down, and won’t stop popping pills. It’s no wonder that most of the people I see in my home state, who are doing road construction, filling pot-holes, or installing roofs, are from other countries.

  • never a jw
    never a jw


    "They are 'fake news' because they are twisting the facts and using unclear language"

    This is the new way to assess the news. "If it doesn't fit my narrative is fake news". Thank you Trump for the phrase. Way to go! Do we stand a chance of having intelligent conversations or debates. Scary times, very scary times when intelligent people join dangerous cults.

  • never a jw
    never a jw

    Holy shit! ...a video about the lower IQ of the immigrants (with 4 likes already). Even if the statistics support the claims, this type of video will lead us the way of the Third Reich. We are in a lot of deep , very deep shit. "Blood and soil" rears its ugly head again"

  • waton
    "Blood and soil" rears its ugly head again" najw.

    soil became soaked with blood, when blood was pushed too far. When push comes to shove, shoving is better than soaking.

    good fences make good neighbours.

  • truth_b_known

    I have a suggestion. Visit your local District/State Attorney's Office. Ask they how many open cases they have with the following criteria -

    1. The Defendant is a Criminal Alien.

    2. The Defendant is accused of committing a violent felony.

    3. The Defendant fled back across the Mexican border to avoid prosecution.

    In my county of 800,000 citizens, our District Attorney's Office has a unit that handles the prosecution of most child sex crimes. On that unit's case load there are over 200 Defendants who are accused of raping children under the age of 14 who meet the criteria above. That's at least 200 children who were sexually assaulted by a criminal alien who will most likely never see justice. That's 200 families effected by a horrible crime that should never have happened because the perpetrator should never have been in the United States to begin with.

    That's just the cases with children who are victims of sexual assault. There's thousands more who are fugitives from justice for crimes such as -

    Aggravated Robber

    Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon

    Manufacture and Delivery of a controlled Substance (Meth/Heroin)

    Those who do get caught generally just plead guilty for a probation sentence and then are immediately deported back to Mexico. They often come back under another assumed named.

    This is my reality. This is my world.

  • Simon

    A young "refugees welcome" activist who thought immigrants are no threat was just murdered in Germany by a muslim migrant.

    Sad for a young woman to meet a violent death over a lie.

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