Four Texas sheriffs, their counties and ICE representatives have sued President Biden and officials to prevent federal officers from expelling illegal immigrants with criminal backgrounds as the National Security Agency.
The Federal Police Fund, which represents Kinney, Edwards, McMullen and Hudspet counties and ICE officers – complaint On Thursday, Biden called on the administration to allow ICE officials to do their job.
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The complaint alleges that DHS Acting Secretary David Pekoske took advantage of the temporary deportation on January 20 and encouraged criminal immigrants to come to the United States without fear of punishment.
“The ICE staff involved in this case are amazed at what their bosses are demanding: the release of those accused of child rape, the release of those involved in drug dealing and resisting arrest,” said Chris Kobach, a former Kansas resident. secretary of state and lead attorney for the plaintiffs, he said Washington Examiner Friday. “These are really serious criminals and the ICE by the political leadership of the Biden administration is ordering their release.”
On February 18, Acting ICE Director Tay Johnson issued a note directing ICE officials to stop arresting illegal immigrants without the permission of ICE management.
The only case where an illegal immigrant can be arrested is if they are a well-known or suspected terrorist who entered the country before the 2020 presidential election, has been convicted of a serious crime, or is a criminal gang. , Washington. , Noted the DC – based publication.
Death of TROL NABS criminal illegal immigrants at the border, including gang members, sex offenders
Until Februaryruary memo, local police officers managed to arrest the illegal immigrants and hand them over to ICE officials. Once arrested, they face a legal deportation process.
Now the sheriffs are designed to bring illegal immigrants back into the community.
“The Biden administration’s policies directly violate not one, but three different federal laws,” Kobach told the publication. “The actions of the administration forced ICE to stand on its own two feet and almost halted the deportation.
“This has exacerbated the border crisis and encouraged more illegal immigration. It has also created an unbearable burden for local law enforcement agencies in Texas,” he added.
Customs and border guards reported the noise 930,000 clashes with illegal immigrants on the southern border since January – more than 180,000 of them took place in May alone.
That figure is expected to exceed 1 million after the June meetings are released.