"They're Not Sending Their Best." ICE Arrests Rapists, Serial Drunk Drivers, and Drug Dealers Across The Midwest
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Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE) recently arrested 78 criminal aliens in the Midwest, in what they call an “enforcement surge.” The country of origin for the arrestees were:

  • Mexico (35)
  • El Salvador (15)
  • Guatemala (11)
  • Honduras (10)
  • Ethiopia (2)
  • South Sudan (2)
  • Kenya (1)
  • Ivory Coast (1)
  • Sudan (1)

62 had prior criminal convictions, which ICE lists in full:

assault, arson, rape, sex assault on a child, solicitation of a child, domestic assault against a child, prostitution-hiring a child age 13-16, felony theft, felony forgery, prostitution, manufacturing false documents, identity theft, hit and run, distributing a controlled substance, driving while intoxicated (DUI), drug possession, indecent exposure, domestic assault, illegal sale of a weapon, criminal impersonation, possessing drugs with intent to sell, burglary, malicious prosecution, illegal re-entry after deportation and witness intimidation.

A few of the more disgusting arrestees included:

  • A 20-year-old Mexican man in St. Paul, Minnesota, who is an admitted gang member.  He has prior convictions for drug possession, and has been previously deported four times.
  • A 32-year-old South Sudanese man in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, who has a prior conviction for rape.
  • A 49-year-old Honduran man in Omaha, Nebraska, who has numerous prior convictions, including eight DUIs, carrying a concealed weapon, disorderly conduct, illegal entry of an alien, and two convictions for illegal re-entry after deportation.
  • A 50-year-old Honduran man, in Richfield, Minnesota, who was previously convicted of prostitution – soliciting a person he believed to be aged 13 to 16.
  • A 32-year-old South Sudanese woman, in Albert Lea, Minnesota, who was previously convicted of domestic assault against a child. [ICE arrests 78 criminal aliens and immigration violators in enforcement surge in 5 Midwest states, ICE, May 15, 2018]

Noteworthy as well is that 31 of them had already been deported at least once.

All of this information is available to the public by way of ICE’s press release about it. Since it’s a government press release, any media outlet can reproduce it for free without risk of copyright violation. The only issue is interest. It seems that most of the media doesn’t find any of this news to be newsworthy. Much like the rape victims in Rotherham, the victims of all these criminals do not fit into any Main Stream Media narrative, so are overlooked. As James Kirkpatrick has said, “Even in an age that prizes “equality” above all other taboos, some victims are more equal than others.” [Strong Tribe vs. Weak Nation: Rotherham Rape Scandal Shows the True Face of Political Correctness, VDARE, February 9, 2015]

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