Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Kritarchs Strike Again, Put Them In Their Place

My latest on the Kritarchs, judicial and administrative, is up on VDare:

Once again, our imperial judiciary is claiming the right to make immigration policy. The Supreme Court subverted President Donald Trump’s authority on immigration earlier this week by preserving a lower court ruling that exempted grandparents and other relatives from Trump’s travel ban . [Supreme Court says grandparents, relatives can enter US despite travel ban, by Ariane de Vogue, CNN, July 19, 2017]The administration did score a win when the Supreme Court reversed another part of the lower court ruling, allowing refugee ban enforcement [Justices allow strict refugee ban but say grandparents OK, by Mark Sherman, AP, July 19, 2017]. But eventually Trump and the GOP Congress must act to reclaim immigration policy from these would-be “kritarchs”—who increasingly act as if they are the only meaningful branch of government...

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Australia Climbs The Height Of Hypocricy

Australia has insultingly claimed that President Donald J. Trump has a moral and legal responsibility to accept as refugees the economic migrants detained by Australia in off-shore camps because of an unwritten and unverified agreement with Barack Hussein Obama, who is no longer President of the United States.  However, besides the fact that Australia has rejected the refugee claims of the detainees, Australia has rejected the alleged moral obligation to adhere to unwritten agreements.  This time, Australia has been called out by the United Nations (UN) on an apparent unwritten agreement that Australia entered into to accept a certain number of refugees.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has accused the Australian government of reneging on a “clear understanding” that some refugees detained offshore who have close family ties in Australia could be resettled in the country.
In a statement on Monday, the commissioner, Filippo Grandi, said the United Nations agency had agreed in November to help with the relocation to the United States of refugees in detention centers on Manus Island in Papua New Guinea and on the island nation of Nauru after Washington agreed to take in hundreds of refugees being held by Australia at those centers. But the agency did so, Mr. Grandi said, on the condition that some refugees would be resettled in Australia.
“We agreed to do so on the clear understanding that vulnerable refugees with close family ties in Australia would ultimately be allowed to settle there,” Mr. Grandi said.
[UN Says Australia Reneged On Pledge To Accept Some Refugees, by Jacqueline Williams, NYT, July 24, 2017]

But despite the claim by the UN that a written agreement existed which they could not release, the Ozzies were quite adamant, no refugees allowed!

As recently as Sunday, the Australian immigration minister, Peter Dutton, said refugees would “not be coming to Australia.”
In a statement on Monday, a spokeswoman for the immigration department said: “The position of the coalition government has been clear and consistent: Those transferred” to regional processing centers “will never settle in Australia.”

One applauds the stand by Australia, but fobbing off their problem on the United States is not acceptable, and the Aussies should be held accountable to their own standard when they hold us to that same standard.

President Trump should have stuck to his guns on his initial reaction and pledge to reject those refugees.  And this new revelation about Aussie double dealing should be the basis for Trump to order the Department of State (DOS) and the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) not to return to the Australian camps on Nauru and Manus Island.  At this moment, Trump had the courage to withdrawal those officers from the Islands once the 50,000 cap on refugees was reached, but Australia is claiming that the officers will return once the new fiscal year starts in October to renew processing.

Mr Dutton, who will soon take responsibility for a newly announced super portfolio overseeing Australia's domestic security, said he would close the centre "tomorrow" but was at the mercy of an American timetable.
An agreement was struck between Australia and the United States in the dying days of the Obama administration to resettle up to 1250 of the asylum seekers detained on the island.
Donald Trump has said he would honour the deal but the president has slashed the US's overall refugee intake, which has bumped the Manus Island resettlement to October 31.
'We have been caught up in the US process, they have a quota each year," he told Sky News.
[Peter Dutton Vows Manus Island Will Close In October Despite Donald Trump Refugee Intake, by Amy Remeikis, SMH, July 20, 2017]

The end of the fiscal year, the insults from Turnbull, and the news that Australia is reneging on a commitment to the UN should be sufficient political cover to end the agreement, if there ever was a need for cover.  American national interests should have been enough reason for ending the bad deal. National interest is enough reason for Australia to refuse refugees, why not the United States?

Saturday, July 22, 2017

ICE Must Do Sweeps, Raids, And Roundups To Succeed

The Dallas Field Office of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement And Removal Operations (ERO) is doing much better than the Deep State saboteur who is running the Los Angeles Field Office of ICE ERO.  Arrests there have doubled, while David Marin's arrests are only up 17%.  That's good, but only a good start.  They need to do better, but crying and taking strategies off the table won't help.  The Dallas metro area has 475,000 illegal aliens.  "Targeted operations" won't solve that problem.

On a recent morning in Texas, Fort Worth police arrested a man who threatened to burn down his girlfriend's apartment. The officers also detained two Mexican nationals at the apartment complex because they suspected them of being in the country illegally.
Then police called ICE Fugitive Operations. Soon men with guns and dark ballistic vests swarmed the parking lot.
Under former President Barack Obama, Immigration and Customs Enforcement would not have bothered with either of these immigrants. During the previous administration, ICE agents primarily targeted more serious felons and recent arrivals.
"We would have had to let them go because they did not meet our enforcement priorities at the time," said Chuck Winner, the supervisory detention and deportation officer at the scene.
[Riding With ICE: 'We're Trying To Do The Right Thing', by John Burnett, NPR, July 20, 2017]

Well, don't try, do.  It appears that Dallas ERO is off to a good start, but they still have a problem, they aren't just not thinking outside the box to find illegal aliens, but they aren't doing the tried and true successful tactics of years gone by. Raids, roundups, checkpoints, and more of all three.

They still have an attitude there, obviously a hangover from the Bush-Obama years.

ICE Officer Gerry Hutt insists that the agency does not conduct sweeps or roundups. "We don't do raids. We do targeted enforcement operations," he says...
"We have a lead on someone that's in the country illegally or is a criminal alien who's been convicted of a crime and is in this country, we target that person for arrest. We don't go set up checkpoints on the highway. We don't do mass raids at employers, we don't do that," deportation officer Gerry Hutt said.


Gerry Hutt, Time To Get With The Program Of Success: Raids, Roundups, and Sweeps

Unfortunately, "targeted enforcement operations" will just not cut it, those actions will not find or frighten away 475,000 illegal aliens.

Nor will crying about it.

Flores said that over her nearly 30-year career as a federal immigration officer, she always has used discretion. Agents might not detain a single mother, for example, if she is the sole provider for her children. Flores said her decisions are informed by her own difficult upbringing in San Antonio.
"I know what poverty is like. I know what hunger is like," she said, wiping away tears. "I know what physical abuse is like in the household. But I also know what love is like. And I know that personally, professionally, I want this world to be a better place."
She added: "We listen to every case by case when it's brought to our attention that might need special attention."

Simona Flores, There's No Crying In Fight Club, Or Immigration Enforcement
Time To Put Your Big Girl Panties On

Nor will wasting time evaluating pleas for leniency on a case-by-case basis.  That isn't your job, your job is finding and arresting illegal aliens, and using enforcement to encourage compliance with the law, which is to frighten illegal aliens into leaving.

But there is a reason Dallas ICE ERO is doing better than David Marin's Los Angeles office:

"Now if we encounter someone in the house that is illegally in the country, in violation of the law, we will go ahead and arrest that person."

David Marin prefers to not arrest illegal aliens, and Dallas does, that is the difference between a 17% increase in arrests and a 100% increase in arrests. What is needed is to go back to the policies of the 70s, 80s, and 90s: raids, checkpoints, and sweeps.  Of course in those years, the Border Patrol did the checkpoints and since Jorge Bush, Border Patrol stations in the interior have been shuttered.  But this is no excuse for ICE ERO and their sister component, ICE Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) to not do the raids and sweeps that they used to do as part of the legacy Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS).



The David Marin Administrative Amnesty

New information has come out about Deep State operative David Marin and his personal campaign to aid and abet illegal aliens, including allowing illegal aliens to remain in the United States and work illegally.  This is surprising since such aid to illegal aliens is, well, illegal.  Such assistance David Marin gives to illegal aliens is a violation of Title 8 United States Code Section 1324, Harboring Illegal Aliens.  We know all this because David Marin, Field Office Director, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO), is a one man public relations campaigner, for himself and illegal aliens.  ERO is the component of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) charged with finding and removing illegal aliens. Marin appears to be campaigning for something, what that is does not appear to be readily apparent, perhaps a promotion to ERO headquarters.


David Marin, Running His Own Administrative Amnesty

However, what should be happening is Marin's removal from his office. In another of his guided tours for the press, Marin shows not vigorous enforcement of immigration laws, but the studied sabotage of immigration enforcement.

But I.C.E. is in some ways operating in enemy territory in California, home to more than two million undocumented immigrants and hostile to the idea of mass deportations. Because local law enforcement often will not turn over undocumented immigrants in their custody, I.C.E. must make most of their arrests at homes, at workplaces and out on the street, which is more complicated than simply picking people up from jails — and potentially more dangerous.

So when a team of immigration agents gathered at 4:30 on one already warm morning in June, their chief, David Marin, warned them to stay away from any sign of danger.
[A Broader Sweep, By Jennifer Medina And Miriam Jordan, NYT, July 21, 2017]

Portrayed as a story of enforcement, however the details of the story show something else, a story of wasted resources, non-enforcement, catch-and-release, and a miniature amnesty program for illegal aliens administered by Marin.

First, wasted resources.  While the report does not mention the number of ICE Deportation Officers assigned to the arrests, clues suggest, such as the number of vehicles and the video, suggests ten or so agents.  All to arrest six illegal aliens, but with only 5 arrests in the end.

By lunchtime, the agents had five immigrants in custody: three of their six targets of the day, as well as Mr. Delgado and another man they found in the home of a target. Typically, officers successfully arrest about half the people they are looking for, Mr. Marin said, so this was a good day.

This is a waste of resources for the results of the day.  There are, as the story described, 2 million illegal aliens in the Riverside and Los Angeles county area.  And we know why, buried deep in the story was a deliberate policy not to find too many illegal aliens.

Mr. Marin, 48, has worked in immigration enforcement for more than two decades, starting when the agency was called Immigration and Naturalization Services. In the 1990s, he said, officers would spend much of their time rounding up immigrants in front of home repair stores, routinely arresting people so many times that they would know them by sight. Within hours of a bus ride returning them to Mexico, Mr. Marin said, they would be on their way to the United States again.

So, instead of sending out a ten man team to the sites where day laborers congregate, basically any Lowes or Home Depot, or the day labor centers run by local government that openly cater to illegal aliens, where dozens of arrests could be made, Marin decides to keep his office's arrest numbers as low as possible by assigning resources to the least productive targets as possible, targets that require days of surveillance for example.  In any event, all that day's arrests could have been done by 4 agents.  And in the past would have been done by two agents.

Worse yet, during this little adventure, Marin found out where one illegal alien worked, surprise, a dairy, and did not raid the dairy that undoubtedly has many more illegal aliens working there.

And we know Marin's strategy is not working.  Arrests in the ICE ERO Los Angeles District Office are up only 17%, whereas nationwide arrests are up 40%.

More than 65,000 people have been arrested by the agency since Mr. Trump took office, a nearly 40 percent increase over the same period last year and as sure a sign as any that the United States is a tougher place today to be an undocumented immigrant...
But the agency is under a microscope here. Arrests in the Los Angeles region are up only 17 percent since Mr. Trump took office, far less than in the rest of the country, according to I.C.E. statistics.

And Marin doesn't appear to enjoy doing his job.

“People want to know if we’ve gone into schools, if we’re standing in the market, but that’s not what we do,” Mr. Marin said, driving before dawn. “We know an arrest is a traumatic event for a family. We know the impact it has, and we take it very seriously.”

Not what we do! Well why not?  That is where the illegal aliens are. And any trauma to them is none of your concern.  That is the price of the crimes these illegal aliens are committing.  Marin appears to be on the other side.

Worse yet, Marin has brought back catch-and-release.  Some of those Marin is so proud to have arrested, he released immediately, and with some sort of illegal amnesty as well.

By the afternoon, Mr. Delgado had been released by the immigration agents, who decided that he was not a threat to public safety. He was given a notice that he must comply with any orders from immigration agents and returned to work the next day.

So, David Marin released a previously deported illegal alien with some strange requirement to "comply with any orders from immigration agents" instead of deporting this illegal alien.  There is no such legal program for illegal aliens, there never was, with emphasis on the legal part, and the illegal program was the Obama Regime Administrative Amnesty, the one that caught and released illegal aliens rather than deporting them.  Does David Marin have that authority? No.  And the illegal alien is back working illegally at a dairy that David Marin refused to raid, because that is not what he does.

David Marin actually added to the population of not just run-of-the-mill illegal aliens, but a special class of illegal aliens, absconders.  Fidel Delgado will not be reporting to ICE or following any orders, he will disappear just as his son did.

And to add to the beneficiaries of the David Marin Administrative Amnesty, he failed to see that the wives of two of those aliens arrested were arrested as well.

A couple of officers debated what to do: Should they take both parents and call Child Protective Services for the boy?..
They left the wife behind and led Mr. Delgado to a van, where he was soon shackled. The handcuffs would leave marks.

So, despite the option to call Child Protective Services, Marin ordered his officers to not arrest Maria Rocha.  And that would not be the only illegal alien that got the David Marin Administrative Amnesty that day.

Mr. Lucero, 51, and his wife, Jamie, 47, arrived from a small village in the Mexican state of Puebla more than three decades ago. He had built a thriving landscaping business, tending to yards of homes in upscale Orange County...
Hours after his arrest, Jamie Lucero, her eyes red with tears, pulled out a blue folder with Mr. Lucero’s papers neatly organized, including documents showing he had completed an anger-management program and followed the rules of probation from his domestic violence case. She was planning to take the folder with her when she visited him in detention, though the papers are unlikely to have a bearing on his new deportation case.

So, now we know why arrests in the Los Angeles District Office of ICE ERO are only up 17%. David Marin is conducting an one man amnesty program for illegal aliens.  Time for him to go.  Or be prosecuted.





Saturday, July 15, 2017

More Evidence Deep State Operative David Marin Is Fighting President Trump

VDare recently remarked on the Trump Effect on the Weekly Standard and their previous public contempt for immigration enforcement and the "yahoos" who dare to support action against illegal aliens.  [Trump Effect–WEEKLY STANDARD Cover: “On The Immigration Front Lines,” by James Fulford, VDare, July 13, 2017]  James beat me to the punch on this article, but I was happy to see he missed the real import of the article, which gave me the opportunity to provide to VDare and readers of my blog.  Not to take away from James' analysis, which is ever so important, the NeoCons are feeling the heat and acting to protect their position by some Boob Bait For Bubbas, a mildly pro-enforcement article.  Perhaps to match their recent article on Japan, concluding that Japan doesn't need more immigration, yet.

The real import of the article though is that while this writer was confident that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO), will be at the forefront of support for President Trump, along with the U.S. Border Patrol (USBP), there still are Deep State saboteurs in ERO that are fighting a rearguard action against the new enforcement program.  And leading those Deep State agents is David Marin, Field Office Director, Los Angeles Field Office, ICE ERO.


Deep State Saboteur David Marin Dressing Up In His Ninja Gear To Play A Deportation Officer

Back during the Obama Regime Administrative Amnesty, Marin was one of the enforcers of the amnesty among his staff in Los Angeles, mandating only criminal aliens will be deported.  And he was happy to be the face of that policy.

Now he plays the tough guy to the public, though not as tough as he plays in public statements.

Although ICE could arrest Delgado and his wife, the presence of the 16-year-old boy creates a problem. By law, they can’t leave him by himself. Instead, officers decide to arrest just Delgado and follow up later with his wife. They let him put on jeans and a shirt, handcuff him, and lead him across the street into the back of a Dodge Grand Caravan. A half-mile away, to avoid any crowds that might form at his house, officers take Delgado out of the van, search him thoroughly, attach a waist chain, and remove his belt.
David Marin, a former marine who is the head of enforcement and removal operations for ICE’s L.A. field office and is one of the two agents media are allowed to identify from this ride-along, explains the decision to take Delgado into custody: “Both have been previously deported. This is somebody who shouldn’t be in the country.” he says. “We explained to him, ‘You have no right to be here. You’ll have to come with us.’ And he asked, ‘What about my wife?’ ”
[The Immigration Frontlines, By Tony Mecia, The Weekly Standard, July 17, 217]

And worse yet, Marin would be happy with fewer arrests that those described in the article:

Looking back on the day’s work, Marin, the local ICE head of enforcement, says catching three of six targets and two others is “representative of our daily operations. That’s what our guys are doing every single day.” He says it was a success because nobody got hurt.
He says he would be happy even if his team didn’t catch as many as they did today: “Even if we just caught one, that’s still one criminal alien who we removed from the country who is not going to commit any more crimes.”

And that should not come as a surprise.  The Los Angeles Field Office of ICE ERO has been a black hole of immigration enforcement ever since Marin came on as a senior manager there.  His career there has been one of managing declines in arrests.  There are over 1 million illegal aliens, officially, but obviously more, in the geographic area covered by the ICE ERO Los Angeles Field Office.

And look at the accompanying graphic that the Weekly Standard provided.  From 2012 to today, arrests under Marin's management have declined precipitously, from over 25,000 a year to a little more that 5,000 so far this year.  If this rate continues, Marin will have made the number of arrests close to the total in 2005.


These numbers show that David Marin is not only enthusiastic about arresting illegal aliens, but is part of the problem.  He just doesn't like doing his job and will do what is necessary to keep arrests down.  He doesn't want to frighten the illegal aliens, he doesn't want to do raids, he doesn't want to do sweeps, he just doesn't want to do what is necessary to deport 1 million illegal aliens under his jurisdiction.

Time for Thomas Homan, ICE Director, to find someone who does.

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

New Evidence Vindicates Lonnie Schwartz

Lonnie Schwartz is the victim of a deliberate campaign by the Obama Regime to intimidate Border Patrol Agents and other immigration law enforcement officials into backing off doing their job. The Obama Regime and the Cultural Marxists in the #LyingPress started a campaign in 2014 to augment the Obama Regime Administrative Amnesty by discouraging immigration arrests by public intimidation and false accusations of excessive force.  [Violence Against The Border Patrol: Whose Side Is Obama On?, by Federale, VDare, June 27, 2017]  The campaign was #FakeNews as all the shootings that were so controversial were all later declared justified two years later.  [News, Good And Bad, In The Obama Regime War On The Border Patrol, by Federale, Federale Blog, July 30, 2016]

However, the Obama Regime decided to single out a Border Patrol Agent for punishment by process, Lonnie Schwartz.  The Regime knew he was innocent, and allowed and encouraged the press to print lies about the shooting incident.  The plan was to lie to the public and sacrifice a straight white male to the Mexican lynch mob.  In this case, the alleged victim, Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez, also known as The Rat, innocent teenager at 16, was just walking home from the store, much like the thug Trayvon Martin.


Not Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez, But Similarly A Criminal

Elena Rodriguez’s family claims that at the time of the shooting, the teen was simply walking to his home four blocks away. The ACLU has since filed a federal civil lawsuit on behalf of his family, arguing that the agent used excessive force when he opened fire.
“The Elena Rodriguez Family is grateful to the DOJ [Department of Justice] for this first step in the pursuit of justice, and remain steadfast in their resolve to seek full transparency from the U.S. Border Patrol on behalf of Jose Antonio,” Luis Parra, the attorney representing Elena Rodriguez’s mother, told the Associated Press. 
[Border Patrol Agent Indicted In Fatal Shooting Of Mexican Teen, by Amanda Sakuma, MSNBC, September 24, 2015]

We now know that Araceli Rodriguez, Jose Elena Rodriguez' mother was lying.  The whole story was contrived.  Little Jose was a thug throwing rocks at Border Patrol Agents as part of an apparent drug smuggling attempt.

A Mexican teenager killed by a Border Patrol agent in Nogales five years ago was throwing rocks at agents before he was shot to death, prosecutors concede in recently filed court documents. 
Documents filed by the U.S. Attorney's Office prosecuting Agent Lonnie Swartz for second-degree murder confirm for the first time that 16-year-old Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez was throwing rocks from Nogales, Mexico, onto the Arizona side of the border before he was shot.
"The government will not dispute at trial, that (Elena Rodriguez) was one of apparently three individuals who, based on the video, were throwing rocks over the fence," the motion by the U.S. Attorney's Office states. "Likewise, the government will not dispute that this conduct was apparently an effort to assist the two subjects on top of the fence who were trying to successfully drop down onto the Mexican side of the border after smuggling two bundles of marijuana into the United States."
[Teen Killed By Border Patrol Agent Was Throwing Rocks Before His Death, Federal Prosecutors Concede, by Rob O'Dell, Arizona Republic, July 10, 2017]

So, despite years of claiming that there was no rock attacks on Schwartz, other Border Patrol Agents, and police officers at the scene of the drug smuggling attempt, the government now admits their lie: Schwartz and others were under attack with deadly force.  Rocks can kill. And they are a strategy by drug and alien smugglers to prevent arrests and seizures.




Now that the lies spread by the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Arizona have been exposed, it is time for Attorney General Jefferson Sessions to order Elizabeth Strange, the Acting United States Attorney for the District of Arizona to drop the charges against Schwartz and end this travesty of justice.  Stop Strange from becoming the latest Angela Corey, the harridan who persecuted George Zimmerman.

You can contact Strange here:

Two Renaissance Square 40 N. Central Avenue, Suite 1200
Phoenix, AZ 85004-4408
(602) 514-7500

This prosecution of Schwartz was a lie from the beginning and he was a sacrificial offering to the demons of diversity and illegal immigration, the two lodestars of the Democrat Party.  Free Lonnie Schwartz!

And it is time to prosecute Rodriguez for lying about what Jose Rodriguez was doing during the smuggling attempt.  She should be prosecuted for violation of Title 18 United States Code, Section 1001, False Statements.


Liar Araceli Rodriguez

She should also have her visa revoked.  And to no one's surprise the vile racist Mexican thugs who championed Jose Rodriquez' cause, claiming he was an innocent youth, are now saying his criminal and deadly attacks on Border Patrol Agents does not matter.  They just play the race card, or La Raza card.

Legally speaking, this revelation is a big deal because the family and their lawyer had disputed that Elena Rodriguez was throwing rocks before he was shot in 2012. They shouldn't have done that. Already the family is facing an uphill legal battle to bring their son's killer to justice.
But there is no dispute now. A kid threw rocks and was gunned down by a good American soldier...
Does anyone really believe the agent’s life was in danger by rocks being thrown from across the border that couldn’t reach him?
Because we’re talking about a Mexican being killed on Mexican soil. And we know that a Mexican life isn’t worth much – not even our outrage, right?
[Díaz: Border Patrol Agent Murders A Kid, But Who Cares? He Was Mexican, by Elvia Diaz, Arizona Republic, July 10, 2017]

The vile Elvia Diaz can be reached here:  elvia.diaz@arizonarepublic.com and at (602) 444-8606. She even denies that rocks can hurt anyone despite the evidence they do. Ask her if she will volunteer to be hit with a rock in the head. Clearly she won't.

We are in a war, Mexican revanchists like Diaz want white Americans killed and imprisoned for no reason other than they are white Americans.

An Opportunity Presents Itself For ICE

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement And Removal Operations (ERO) has an opportunity in Colorado.  The Colorado program for illegal alien driver's licenses is about to start and the offices for the tens of thousands of illegal aliens to apply for those licences is limited.  This presents ICE ERO the opening to make thousands of arrests and discourage illegal aliens from remaining in Colorado and the United States.

Colorado’s driver’s license program for people living in the U.S. illegally has been hobbled since its start three years ago, and efforts to fix and better fund the initiative have been caught in partisan gridlock.
An application backlog, possibly years long for some, is estimated to run in the tens of thousands. Just three Division of Motor Vehicles branches across Colorado offer the licenses, and in a year only one in the Denver area might be left to serve the entire state.
Now things are scheduled to get even worse: During the next few months, the program — which one national observer called a “nightmare scenario” — will send about 11,000 people who need to renew their licenses back into the jam-packed line.
[Colorado’s Driver’s License Program For Immigrants Already Has Problems, And They’re About To Get Worse, Jesse Paul, Denver Post, July 10, 2017]

Besides a photograph of an illegal alien getting her license, the program actually provides ICE ERO the opportunity, besides raiding the there facilities for illegal alien applicants, to subpoena the records of all the current licenses issued to illegal aliens by using DHS Form I-138, Immigration Enforcement Subpoena.


Illegal Alien Rosalva Mireles Smiles For The Camera, She Should Smile For Her ICE Booking Photo

You can contact the ICE ERO Field Office Director John Longshore here:

Denver Field Office
12445 E. Caley Avenue
Centennial, CO, 80111
Phone: (720) 873-2899

Denver.Outreach@ice.dhs.gov

Remind him that all illegal aliens are subject to arrest per Thomas Homan, Acting Director of ICE. Longshore needs to buck up his arrests for the Fiscal Year and he can augment those arrests easily by staking out the Colorado DMV offices that provide licenses to illegal aliens and by subpoenaing those DMV records.