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There Are Over 360,000 Back Cases In Immigrant Court

From the Associated Press:

Correction: Immigration Overload story

By ALICIA A. CALDWELL | June 25, 2014

WASHINGTON (AP) — In a story June 25 about the flood of immigrant children traveling alone caught crossing the Mexican border illegally, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the federal immigration court system has a backlog of more than 30,000 cases.

The actual backlog is greater than 360,000 pending cases, according to federal records analyzed by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse, a research organization at Syracuse University. The incorrect figure also appeared in an earlier story published June 22 and June 23, slugged "Immigrant Children."

Of course, this backlog isn’t really a problem. Since 90% of the illegal aliens who have court dates simply fail to show up.

Meanwhile, here is more of the disinformation the Associated Press and the rest of the mainstream media are constantly foisting on their low information readers:

US: Immigrant center to expedite deportations

By JUAN CARLOS LLORCA [sic] | June 27, 2014

ARTESIA, New Mexico (AP) — A detention center being opened in the border state of New Mexico to deal with the surge in women caught crossing illegally with children into the United States from Central America will be focused on deporting the immigrants quickly, officials said Thursday.

During a media tour of the austere barracks at a federal law enforcement training center turned immigration jail, a senior U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement official said the goal is to process the immigrants and have them deported within 10 to 15 days to send a message back to their home countries that there are consequences for illegal immigration. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not allowed to talk publicly citing agency policy…

And because he didn’t want his fellow workers laughing at him for being such a liar.

This article was posted by Steve on Friday, June 27th, 2014. Comments are currently closed.

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