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October 12, 2010

Trying to Make It Through the Motion Detector

Filed under: Homeland Security — baseball91 @ 7:36 PM

Attributing the higher number to increased border enforcement, workplace enforcement and use of fingerprints to identify illegal immigrants in state prisons and local jails, under the expansion of the Secure Communities program, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano announced Wednesday 392,000 illegal immigrants were deported from the U.S. in fiscal 2010, with half of deported immigrants in the last fiscal year convicted of crimes. “We have deployed unprecedented infrastructure, unprecedented technology, unprecedented manpower,” Napolitano said. Hmmm?

Politicians manipulating the fears of an electorate, showing false results to justify tax increases? With half of those deported were not just arrested but convicted of crimes, how tough was it to detect illegals amongst us? How does the boast of increased border enforcement apply to the manipulation of statistics, in the budget of Homeland Security which seems to have replaced the INS budget. The Secure Communities program, the referenced “unprecedented infrastructure,” has gone from 14 jurisdictions in 2008 to more than 660, as the bureaucracy grows. Why did the prison systems not have a program to begin with to identify who was in the country legally in the first place?

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