The never-ending saga of ICE SVU, ostensibly U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Homeland Security Investigations, but in reality ICE Special Victims Unit, as the nation's sex crimes unit, has finally jumped the shark. In an odd and strangely sinister campaign, ICE SVU is now also announcing itself as the national Officer Friendly of child sexual abuse and child sex crimes. Strange indeed for a government agency that is supposed to be enforcing immigration and customs laws.
ICE.gov March 25, 2014
MISSION VIEJO, Calif. – Determined to curb the escalating number of children falling prey to sexual predators online, representatives from federal and local law enforcement, along with a leading children's advocacy organization, announced Tuesday the launch of Project iGuardian, a first-of-its-kind national cyber safety campaign spearheaded by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) in partnership with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC).
In a desperate manuver to avoid arresting illegal aliens, ICE SVU agents will be visiting schools, not to arrest aliens illegally attending public schools, but to play dress-up as Robocop, Men-in-Black, and jackbooted government thug while enforcing State laws against counterfeit coupons.
As part of Project iGuardian, HSI special agents together with their law enforcement partners, will visit schools and youth groups across the country to provide children and parents with hands-on tips on how to avoid falling victim to online sexual predators. Using super hero-style characters and trading cards developed expressly for the initiative, the law enforcement personnel will remind young computer users to "think before you click." The presentations are age-appropriate, adapted for audiences ranging from grade school students to youths in their early teens.
In companion briefings tailored for adults, Project iGuardian presenters will discuss resources parents can use to protect their children from cyber predators and monitor kids' online activity. Much of the material included in the presentations was originally developed by NCMEC, which provides Internet safety and prevention resources for families and professionals who work with children, through its NetSmartz Workshop.
This is obviously part of the Obama Regime Administrative Amnesty, diverting immigration enforcement resources from their primary mission, arresting and deporting illegal aliens, so as to enable as many illegal aliens to remain. It is part of the Regime's "review" of deportation policies. Clearly it is the most important part of the review, the re-assignment of agents to work other than immigration enforcement.