Tuesday, April 03, 2012

I.N.S. / I.C.E. Captures and will be deporting over 3,100 Illegal Beaner Criminals this week in Illegal Alien Crackdown!


On immigration operation, success and frustration - Agents taking part in a weeklong roundup search for people who have criminal records or have been previously deported. One suspect, convicted on drug charges, is detained but three others avoid arrest.
It's not quite 4 a.m. on a Monday in late March when a handful of immigration agents gather in the parking lot of a Santa Clarita sheriff's station.

For more than a month, agents have staked out a home a few blocks away. They have watched a man walk out the door at 4:45 a.m., get in his 2003 white Escalade, merge onto the 5 Freeway and head to work.

"Like clockwork. Every day," Deputy Field Office Director David Marin says.

The man is one of four targets the team plans to arrest this day as part of a national weeklong roundup of immigrants with criminal histories or prior deportation orders that ended last week with the detention of 3,168 people nationwide. The targets, including 206 who were arrested in the Los Angeles area, were the types of people that immigration agents say are their highest priority for deportation.

The Santa Clarita man was convicted of battery in 1986 and 1994, and had been deported. But he returned illegally.

A little past 4 a.m., the agents head to the home in a caravan that includes a van and SUVs with tinted windows.

As is the case with many immigration arrests, the officers don't have a warrant. Sometimes they can convince people to open their doors and let them in. Often, they simply wait outside.

"Fifteen years ago, people used to invite us in for coffee," Marin said. "Now they're more savvy."

The agents wait in the dark for the man. It's 4:30, 4:40, 4:45. The lights turn on. Nobody comes out.

The hours and staff involved in operations such as this are great, immigration officials say. Nearly 2,000 agents worked over six days in last week's effort, the third of its type since May 2011.

The agency prefers enforcement programs such as Secure Communities, which automatically compares fingerprints of incoming arrestees with immigration records, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokeswoman Virginia Kice said. That program has come under fire because it has netted many low-level offenders or those with no criminal convictions.

At 5:58 a.m. the agents give up on the Santa Clarita suspect and head to Chatsworth to wait for the next man on the list.

They have been tracking him too: he served three years in prison after a 1995 conviction for manufacturing and delivery of narcotics and was deported. But like the first suspect, he came back. About 7:30 a.m., he's expected to emerge and get on his bike to run some errands.

He turns out to be more reliable than the first man.

At 7:42 a.m., he walks out of his home with three children who look like they are on their way to school. He's wearing a shirt that says "No Fear" and has a blue WWE backpack slung over his shoulders.

"Here we go," an agent says on the radio.

"Be aggressive."

The SUVs and a car with lights pull up in front of the home. Two agents walk up to the man. They tell the older child that they need to talk with their father about an immigration issue and ask him to take the younger two children inside. He complies.

The man is calm at first, but after the agents put cuffs on him he starts looking desperate.

"I want to talk to my daughter," he says. "Nini! Nini!"

The children watch from behind a screen door. Their grandmother comes to the door and stands near them.

"I'm not going now if I don't see my daughter," he says.

One car takes the man downtown for processing while the others head to Panorama City.

There, they wait for more than an hour for a man to come out of his apartment. When they finally knock on the door, nobody answers.

Their fourth target lives in a North Hollywood neighborhood that the agents say is known for its gangs. By then it's almost 10 a.m., and they decide that showing up in uniform, driving SUVs with tinted windows probably isn't discreet.

On the way downtown for paperwork, Marin, a former Marine who oversees hundreds of immigration enforcement agents in the Los Angeles area, says the day's work shows how the agency's priorities have changed over the years.

"The days of the old INS raids, of going to Home Depot and getting day laborers, we don't do that anymore," he says.

Though many immigrant advocates would disagree, many agents now see their work as tracking down the worst of the worst, the "narcotics dealers, child molesters and spousal abusers," Marin said. And when they miss a target it can be disappointing.

"At least we got one right," he said.

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Bammy must be desperate to win votes.Now they are deporting a few token beanos.

Anonymous said...

Awesome ! Great news. Do these liberal motherfuckers realize how much money this will save. This is the real way to not only create jobs for Americans but also save money for taxpayers ! Let's keep it going all year round boys! Get all these pieces of shit

Anonymous said...

Obama '12

Bush and McCain wanted amnesty. Thank God for Obama!

Anonymous said...

But their handed absentee ballots as they get on the bus.
Smoke & mirrors!

Mark12A said...

That's 3100 votes Obama won't get, unless they sneak back in.

And Anonymous for Obama '12...I hope you're kidding because if you're not you're a fucking idiot.

Anonymous said...

They need to hit 22nd and 26th streets, Cicero, Berwyn, Melrose Park, Northlake, Division street, and ALL of the Chicago Restaurant Kitchens!

That ought to open up around 300,000 jobs in the Chicago Area.

Anonymous said...

When you consider that close to 1 million try to cross the border each year...3,000 doesnt seem like much...I would try to come here if I were them too...but you cant! Romney is for E-Verify which puts the responsibility on the business to check and confirm that their applicant is legal... if they cannot get jobs here - they will go HOME !! It is that simple....

Anonymous said...

Its about time, everyone complains that cops are lazy, do nothings, but the FEDS take the cake. Just look at all the millions of illegals in the Chicago area. I was assigned to a federal task force which will be unnamed. I would say I found out that maybe 35% of the agents actually did any work. The rest just hid, and rode other peoples cases. Talk about smoke and mirrors.....I do miss FED FRIDAY...you know what I am talking about.

Anonymous said...

Obama came from Kenya even Bill Clinton Agrees ... see link.


http://iowntheworld.com/blog/?s=clinton+was+a+birther

Anonymous said...

3100 down, 30 million more to go.

I Voted For Obama said...

They will all be back before the November election to vote for Obama.

I Voted For Obama said...

They will all be back before the November election to vote for Obama.

Anonymous said...

I don't give a shit if the "Secure Communities" only gets people who are low-level or have no criminal history. Being in the Country illegally is a CRIME, so they're still criminals in my book.

Keep arresting and sending back all the low-level's if that's what you're catching. Sooner or later, the high-levels will run out of low-level people, won't be making any cash, and will dry up and go away.

Stop this sanctuary bullshit. Come here legally, or stay the fuck out.

Anonymous said...

But Arizona is wrong??????????????

Anonymous said...

You guys are all sheep. This government can stop tomatoes and spinish from getting into this country but can't stop illegals?

Anonymous said...

It's too late even if all immigration were stopped today they will be the majority by 2100.

Anonymous said...

Immigration needs to be a thing of the past,unless an immigrant has a cure for cancer. America was built long ago, we needed an immigrant work force then. Now all that immigrants do is take work Americans need & deserve first. No other country in the world gives its best computer jobs to immigrants. Americans are desperate for work.The biggest ruse is that there was a labor shortage. We brought people here that low balled our wages. We bring cultures here that refuse to assimilate. They bring domestic violence, honor killing, radical islam. Look at Europe..it is being destroyed by third world immigration. Thanks to American immigration policy, we have a violent mexican cartel that has set up shop all over America.

Anonymous said...

When immigrants cost more than they are worth...its time to stop immigration...get it down to a chosen few. I have worked with immigrants for years. I know the good, the bad & the ugly. What a golden ticket they get. What Americans need to get out of their mind is that immigrants are appreciative, because our ancestors were. In most immigrant cases it is the "Give-Me"..it is what can the country do for me..instead of what you can do for your country! There is a high theft with many Eastern Europeans. People from China & India milk the system with SSI. The immigrant story has changed. We now bring takers, not givers.

11 Millionth Grandmother said...

3100 down, only 12,963,900 more grandmothers to go.

Anonymous said...

Why not just shoot the asshole beaners?