See New VDARE.com Readers (Maybe Juan Mann Fans?) At DHS/ICE
July 25, 2005, 05:00 AM
A+
|
a-
Print Friendly and PDF

Here is the pertinent part of the "ICE Clips" e-mail (including original links as delivered to all ICE employees) that I received last week from the VDARE.com reader:

From:             ICE Broadcast

Sent:              Tuesday, June 28, 2005
Subject:           ICE Clips, June 28, 2005
Importance:    High

Produced by Office of Public Affairs and Internal Communications

Public Security:

-HR 2933  Legislative Analysis and Proposed Amendments <http://vdare.com/articles/hr-2933-legislative-analysis-and-proposed-amendments>

VDARE.com, Virginia, June 28, Juan Mann
"Since the potential for violence by foreign drug cartels within the U.S. is such a grave situation, perhaps a better option for H.R. 2933 would have been to include its new grounds of removability under the expedited removal process."

[NOTE:  The ICE summary eliminates my reference to Immigration Act Section 235(c)(1). "This section covers arriving aliens inadmissible under national security, terrorist grounds, and foreign policy grounds and bars them as well from the charade of the credible fear asylum hearing provisions which serve as a vehicle for aliens to be released in droves from the Department of Homeland Security's Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody."]

-New Bill Needs Some Help To Expel Alien Gang Members We Provide It <http://vdare.com/articles/new-bill-needs-some-help-to-expel-alien-gang-members-we-provide-it>

VDARE.com, Virginia, June 28, Juan Mann
Good news: there's a bill in Congress to detain and deport aliens based on their membership in known dangerous street gangs. Bad news: Congress expects the federal immigration litigation bureaucracy of the Department of Justice's notorious Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) and federal appeals courts actually to enforce the bill.

[NOTE: The ICE summary jumps to a complimentary snippet of a VDARE.com reader quote about the ICE investigations division.]

"Most of the [Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Special Agents] know their stuff regarding all of the local gangs, their territories, the tattoos and the gang signs. And they work with local law enforcement too."

Juan Mann [send him email] is a lawyer and the proprietor of DeportAliens.com.