Illegal-alien Invasion Crisis Not Just at the Border

Tuesday, April 23, 2019
By Paul Martin

by R. Cort Kirkwood
TheNewAmerican.com
Tuesday, 23 April 2019

Bad as the crisis is in the southwest for Customs and Border Protection, it doesn’t seem much better in the towns and cities where illegal aliens hide once they slip past CBP or or CBP releases them.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement has nailed nearly 140 illegals in the last few weeks who were identity thieves, welfare fraudsters, drug traffickers, drunk drivers, and sex fiends. The agency deported a Salvadoran gangbanger wanted back home where he belongs.

The upshot? Illegal-alien criminals are working overtime to rob, maim, molest, and kill Americans.

12 Dominicans Charged
On Thursday, ICE reported, federal prosecutors nailed 12 Dominicans on a long list of crimes that involved identity and welfare theft and drug trafficking.

“The investigation targeted document and benefit offenders who allegedly used the identities of U.S. citizens from Puerto Rico as their own,” ICE reported. Ten of the criminals were illegal aliens, and six “have criminal records in the names of the victims whose identities they stole.”

Among the charges the dozen face are aggravated identity theft and misusing a Social Security number. Nine federal search warrants permitted the seizure of narcotics and bogus IDs.

The probe of the 12 began in December. Federal prosecutors say the 12 were using Puerto Rican identities, and that “analysis from this phase of the investigation revealed that many of the wire transfers discovered are believed to be illicit proceeds of narcotics trafficking and/or alien smuggling, with funds wired to areas of concern in Mexico, including Juarez, Sinaloa, Mexico City, and Culiacan, and along with Southwest U.S. border.”

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On Thursday, ICE reported, federal prosecutors nailed 12 Dominicans on a long list of crimes that involved identity and welfare theft and drug trafficking.

“The investigation targeted document and benefit offenders who allegedly used the identities of U.S. citizens from Puerto Rico as their own,” ICE reported. Ten of the criminals were illegal aliens, and six “have criminal records in the names of the victims whose identities they stole.”

Among the charges the dozen face are aggravated identity theft and misusing a Social Security number. Nine federal search warrants permitted the seizure of narcotics and bogus IDs.

The probe of the 12 began in December. Federal prosecutors say the 12 were using Puerto Rican identities, and that “analysis from this phase of the investigation revealed that many of the wire transfers discovered are believed to be illicit proceeds of narcotics trafficking and/or alien smuggling, with funds wired to areas of concern in Mexico, including Juarez, Sinaloa, Mexico City, and Culiacan, and along with Southwest U.S. border.”

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