Sunday, January 31, 2016

Plague of Immigrant Crime

Not a day goes by than we learn that immigrant criminals are a growing problem.  The recent case of three criminals who escaped from the Orange County jail.  Two of the three have been confirmed as immigrants, with the third most likely an immigrant as well given his association with immigrant Vietnamese street gangs.  Now the person who helped them escape, an Iranian immigrant, Nooshafarin Ravaghi, has been arrested. [California Escape: Jail Teacher Arrested, by Paul Vercammen, Steve Almasy and Artemis Moshtaghian, CNN, January 29, 2016]

Clinton, Obama, and Bush's Non-Deported Immigrant Criminals

And even more stunning, she was an apparent affirmative action hire at a local community college where a non-native English speaker was given a sinecure teaching  English as a Second Language (ESL) classes.

 Nooshafarin Ravaghi

Santa Ana, California (CNN)A woman who taught English-as-a-second-language classes to one of the inmates who escaped last week from a California jail has been arrested in connection with the breakout, officials said Thursday. 
Orange County Sheriff's Lt. Jeff Hallock announced the arrest and also said the three inmates who broke out of the jail in Santa Ana last Friday might be living in a van stolen Saturday in Los Angeles.  
Nooshafarin Ravaghi, an ESL teacher from Rancho Santiago Community College who had worked at the jail for six months, was arrested Thursday, Hallock said.

Worse yet, in a bi-partisan support for criminal aliens, Bac Duong, was not deported despite felony convictions going back to the Clinton Administration. [Escaped Inmate Was Ordered Deported To Vietnam In 1998, by Amy Taxin and Gillian Flaccus,, January 26, 2016]

SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) - One of three fugitive inmates who escaped from a California jail last week was ordered deported to Vietnam in 1998 but has been in this country racking up a lengthy rap sheet, immigration officials said Tuesday.
Bac Duong, 43, came to the United States legally in 1991 but was ordered removed seven years later, Immigration and Customs Enforcement said in a statement. 
The order came shortly after he served time in state prison on a 1997 burglary conviction, state records show. 
The case is one of thousands involving immigrants convicted of crimes who federal authorities want to deport but haven't been able to because their native countries wouldn't take them back.

Of course, Hossein Nayeri is also an immigrant, with an unknown status at this time, but an incredibly vile human being as well.

The important lesson though is that there is a bi-partisan policy of tolerating immigrant criminals and allowing them to stay with no objection from cucks Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell.

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