Thursday, September 30, 2010
Just when you thought that the Mexicans and their government officials couldn’t grow a bigger set of balls, a coalition of border town mayors issued a complaint at a cross border conference. They are upset that the U.S. is deporting CRIMINAL ALIENS in their towns.
Ciudad Juarez Mayor Jose Reyes blamed U.S. deportation policy for contributing to his city's violence, saying that of the 80,000 people deported to Juarez in the past three years, 28,000 had U.S. criminal records -- including 7,000 convicted rapists and 2,000 convicted murderers.
Those criminal deportees, he said, have contributed to the violence in Juarez, which has reported more than 2,200 murders this year. Reyes and the other Mexican mayors said that when the U.S. deports criminals back to Mexico, it should fly them to their hometowns, not just bus them to the border.
An official from I.C.E. says there is cooperation between the governments and that notification of impending deportations is given in advance:
Those convicted of crimes in the U.S. are required first to fulfill "any sentence imposed by the U.S. courts," ICE spokeswoman Virginia Kice told FoxNews.com.
She said all of the deportees are then inspected by Mexican immigration authorities when they arrive in Mexico, and if they are wanted for crimes in Mexico, they are also met by representatives from the Mexican Attorney General’s Office.
But if they don't have charges pending against them in Mexico, they are free men and women once they cross the border regardless of what they have done in the U.S.
I am continually amazed at the arrogance of these people. It’s bad enough that THEIR CRIMINAL CITIZENS come to our country to rape and pillage our populace, but now we're to fly them to their hometown! I suppose we should provide them with limousine service to their family’s front door.
Just this past weekend the Mexican Consulate came to Concord, North Carolina to handout passports and matricula cards, so the illegal aliens can have documentation to subvert our laws and take advantage of the welfare programs in this state; when questioned they just shrug it off. I’ve never seen such a shameless sense of entitlement.