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2013 ICE Report: 98% Of Illegal ‘Kids’ Got To Stay In US

From Breitbart:

Leaked Internal DHS Report Admits Lack of Deportation Significant Factor in Border Crisis

By Brandon Darby | July 7, 2014

HOUSTON, Texas— A leaked internal Department of Homeland Security (DHS) report from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) indicates that recent public assertions made by the Administration were at best half-truths regarding the deportations and motivations of the waves of minors illegally entering the United States. The leaked report’s release date is identified as June 3, 2014. The internal report was leaked to Breitbart Texas by a trusted law enforcement source in DHS who wishes to remain unidentified.

The report, identified as “De-Classified” and “Law Enforcement Sensitive,” reveals the fact that only 0.1 percent of the Central American minors illegally entering the U.S. having been deported in Fiscal Year 2013, down from two percent prior, plays a significant role in why the current border crisis is occurring.

The DHS-ICE agency report admits the fact that 98 percent are allowed to stay is a significant draw for the minors to come into the United States.

We are told that the current rate of unaccompanied alien children is twice what it was in 2013. So these 25,000 plus children were all the victims of "domestic abuse"? What are the odds?

The agency acknowledges that conditions in Central America play a role in why the wave is occurring, but directly contradicts the assertion that such conditions are the only significant reason the crisis exists…

Other significant revelations from the report include:

—Males between 15-17 years of age comprise 47 percent of all unaccompanied minors who are other than Mexican (OTM). Nearly thirty percent are minors age 10-14.

Since most don’t have any birth certificates or records of any kind, who knows how old any of them really are. Many of these 17 year olds could actually be much older. 

(Cf. the problems baseball teams have had drafting ‘young’ players from Central America who turn out to be ten years older than they claim.)

—53,375 OTM unaccompanied minors are predicted for Fiscal Year 2014, and 95,500 for Fiscal Year 2015.

So they knew exactly how many would be coming. What are the odds?

—U.S. authorities do not know whether or how U.S. gang members are involved in the smuggling of the minors.

—There has been an increase in the OTM minors coming into the U.S. who are pregnant, or have physical or mental disabilities.

The best and brightest.

—The same family members or sponsors are appearing several times to claim different children from the custody of U.S. authorities…

What a surprise. Also notice that nothing is being done to stop that, either.

This article was posted by Steve Gilbert on Tuesday, July 8th, 2014. Comments are currently closed.

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