The Obama Regime claims that Congress only appropriates sufficient funds to deport 400,000 illegal aliens from the interior of the United States each year. That, of course, is a lie. A lie in that there is no maximum number of illegal aliens that can be deported under current or past budgets and a lie in that the Obama Regime is deporting the maximum number of illegal aliens. We know that the number of illegal aliens deported from the interior declined precipitously in Fiscal Year (FY) 2015 while the budget for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO), the component of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) charged with removing aliens from the interior, has remained constant. But more importantly, ICE ERO, at the direction of the Obama Regime, refuses to implement Expedited Removal (ER) and other programs and polices that would easily increase deportations from the interior to over 1 million a year, such as reinstatement of deportation and using ER on criminal aliens.
The lack of vigor that is behind the decline in deportations of illegal aliens from the interior of the United States was highlighted recently by two cases of illegal aliens. One, a Salvadoran criminal illegal alien who entered the United States and the other a criminal alien who entered Mexico. In one case it took over a year to remove an illegal alien with a criminal record, and an American criminal alien who entered Mexico. In one case it took about a year to deport the alien, in the other it took less than 30 days. In each case there was no administrative removal, as should be in the United States, and is the norm in Mexico.
First, the convoluted removal of a criminal alien Aristides Inoc Juarez-Villalobos, a gangbanger from the notorious MS-13 gang in El Salvador.
Agents from Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) deported a Salvadoran MS-13 gang member who is wanted in his home country for violent crimes.
Aristides Inoc Juarez-Villalobos, 21, an MS-13 gang member, was arrested on January 26, 2015, by officials with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) after he illegally entered the U.S. He was transferred to a detention facility in Pearsall, Texas in February 2015 to await deportation. Juarez-Villalobos was the subject of an Interpol “Red Notice” for violent crimes in his home country of El Salvador. Those alleged crimes include extortion and illegally moving firearms. The weapons charge came about after he allegedly participated in a meeting where an execution of a resident of his hometown was scheduled. Juarez-Villalobos is from Chinameca y Lolotique del Departamento de San Miguel, a statement from ICE obtained by Breitbart Texas revealed.
[ICE Deports MS-13 Gang Member Wanted for Violent Crimes inEl Salvador, by Bob Price, Breitbart, April 13, 2016]
Salvadoran Gangbanger Aristides Inoc Juarez-Villalobos
Now, there was no reason for it to take a year to deport Juarez-Villalobos. However, the Obama Regime has interfered with the use of ER on illegal aliens, especially those from Central America, including and especially criminal aliens. Juarez-Villalobos was arrested by the U.S. Border Patrol, and the Obama Regime policy is to not ER any alien encountered at the southern border, unless they are Mexican nationals, especially not Central Americans juveniles and the adults who accompany them. The Juarez-Villalobos case is symptomatic of the Obama Regime Administrative Amnesty as it related to Central Americans who enter the U.S. illegally. Those aliens involved in this surge should be immediately removed using ER, and returned not to Central America, but over the border they crossed. But the Obama Regime is interfering with the execution of the immigration laws of the United States.
This is in comparison to the case of the affluenza teen Ethan Couch who murdered four people in Texas, then fled to Mexico with his mother when he violated his parole. In his case, his mother, Tonya Couch, was immediately deported from Mexico without any hearing and he was deported within 30 days even with a hearing.
Both initially contested their extradition from Mexico but Tonya was returned to the US in early January with Couch following on the 28th...
Couch was reported missing just days later when he missed a probation hearing. He was captured with his mother on December 28 in Puerto Vallarta.
Tonya did not attempt to fight deportation and within days was back in Texas where she posted bail of $75,000 and is now awaiting trial for hindering the apprehension of a felon.
Meanwhile, Couch launched an appeal against deportation and stayed in Mexico for over a month after being captured in December.
['You're not getting out of jail today!' Judge orders Affluenza teen Ethan Couch, who killed four in drunk car crash, stay in jail for TWO YEARS, by Ben Ashford, Daily Mail, April 13, 2016]
Clearly, one of the reasons that ICE ERO isn't deporting 1 million illegal aliens a year is that it is not fully implementing ER, and instead placing immediately deportable illegal aliens in removal proceedings that take over a year and cost much more than immediate deportation. This contrasts with the government of Mexico which quickly removes illegal aliens, even when they chose to use the limited appeal process in Mexican law. Mexico quite wisely holds all illegal aliens in custody during the removal appeal process, which undoubtedly was behind the Couches decision to withdraw their appeals as the Mexican prison system is horrific, unless you are a major drug dealer. However, American prisons are much too comfortable for many illegal aliens like Juarez-Villalobos. In many cases though custody does encourage illegal aliens to agree to be deported, but those are run-of-the-mill illegal aliens, not hardened gangsters who enjoy three hots and a cot. But for the Obama Regime the appeal process is part of their sabotage campaign directed against immigration enforcement.
This writer has been blogging on the issue of ER and the Obama Regime sabotage program since 2009. Time for the #cucks in Congress to do something about this.