Illegals Released In U.S. Given Three Years Until Court Date

Saturday, July 12, 2014
By Paul Martin

Court dates will only increase further into the future

Kit Daniels
July 12, 2014

Overwhelmed U.S. courts are giving illegal aliens up to three years to show up for immigration hearings after they’ve been released in the U.S. and the court dates will only increase further into the future.

The courts are buried under a massive backlog due to the sharp increase in illegal immigration according to the AP and considering that the 90% of illegals who miss their court dates are rarely prosecuted anyway, the U.S. has effectively established a de facto amnesty program which will only ensure that more illegal immigrants cross into America.

“For many immigrants, the delays in the court system work in their favor because they know they have so long before their cases are resolved,” reported the AP.

This situation “is and will continue to be something of a magnitude unlike anything we have ever seen,” according to Justice Department official Lauren Alder Reid who spoke to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Many of the hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens who have been crossing America’s southern border in the past few months are purposely surrendering to Border Patrol because they know they will be sheltered, fed, transported deeper into the U.S. and ultimately released with a court date so far into the future that it doesn’t really matter.

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