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8/9/2007

Deport The Criminals First (Guest Blogger Edition)

Filed under: Deport the Criminals First — Justin Levine @ 9:18 pm

[posted by Justin Levine] 

I don’t mean to intrude on Patterico’s blogging territory, but we regretfully seem have two more entries today in the “Deport The Criminals First” category.  Here and here

I wonder if anyone is attempting to keep any sort of comprehensive statistics on this aspect of crime in the U.S.

[posted by Justin Levine]

12 Responses to “Deport The Criminals First (Guest Blogger Edition)”

  1. Liberals lie, Americans die.

    Perfect Sense (b6ec8c)

  2. Regarding Dani Countryman, brave little girl:

    “They’ve taken her life, why should they be alive?” Countryman’s great-uncle Carl Barton said. “I have no sympathy for people like that.”

    Death. May the be put to death.

    And Anthony Senisi’s murderer as well — if it hadn’t taken place in NY.

    Criminal evil scum. C’mon alphie — defend this.

    Christoph (92b8f7)

  3. C’mon, the alphster knows we’re only upset about this because we Hate(TM) teh brown pepul.

    I'm Geekier (12dd25)

  4. I believe the statistic if 28% of felons in US prisons are here illegally, which is about 4 times what it should be, based on population…

    Scott Jacobs (90eabe)

  5. Add another link. Jose Carranza, illegal from Peru, murdered three New Jersey students execution style, and shot a fourth female student in the head but she survived.

    509th Bob (077d0d)

  6. And with a record a mile long. Already indicted twice this year by NJ Grand Juries.

    That he was still here is criminal negligence.

    Booker said Carranza had at least three prior arrests and was facing an aggravated assault charge in a separate case. Carranza was in the United States illegally, Essex County Sheriff Armando Fountoura said Friday.

    According to court records obtained by The Star-Ledger of Newark, Carranza was indicted by grand juries in New Jersey twice this year _ in April on aggravated assault and weapons charges; and in July on 31 counts which included aggravated sexual assault of a child under 13 years old and endangering the welfare of a child he had a duty to supervise.

    Sigh.

    Pablo (99243e)

  7. [...] of it, which he almost certainly will be, will Gibby try to catch him off-guard by tossing at him two more murder cases in the news right now with illegals as the prime suspect? And will Geraldo get that [...]

    Hot Air » Blog Archive » Fox: Suspect in Newark triple murder of college students is an illegal alien (d4224a)

  8. Of course deport the serious illegal alien criminals first, I agree. But will this administration? This administration that is so beholden to Mexico and so-called “Latino interests”?

    Let’s not be coy – no way is there 12 million illegals, more like 20 million MINIMUM. And many if not most are using fake or stolen ID’s, social security numbers, driver licenses, driving without licenses, etc., but Jorge Bush and Carlos Rove dare not upset the Latino “community”.

    Sell our nation’s sovereignty out for pandering future votes and CHEAP, ILLEGAL, BLACK-MARKET LABOR.

    rg (89cb66)

  9. i’ve been following the dani countryman case since it first appeared in the portland oregonian; poor kid, strangled at a party, corpse found in same room as others sleeping, whodunit? hedunit.

    now we come to find that one brother was raping her, she was struggling, so the rapist asked his brother for assistance, and he obligingly stood on her neck until she stopped moving.

    i hate stories like this. oregon can barely fund its public services, and now we’re gonna have to spend millions of dollars prosecuting and incarcerating these two worthless pieces of shit. they’ll probably end up sentenced to death, but twenty years from now they’ll still be alive. we just can’t afford this.

    we need an alternative, affordable modality of justice. i’m at a loss to come up with a proposal…

    a proposal that hasn’t been done yet. going back to lynching is still an option. i hope our government solves this problem before it gets to that.

    assistant devil's advocate (e39def)

  10. I can’t help but wonder, why are these people who are indicted, out on bail, outstanding warrants, whatever, wandering around scot free?! I guess the illegal “community” knows that law enforcement is a hoax. It’s about time we realized that too.

    Patricia (549779)

  11. Isn’t it interesting that the “Milk Slay Killer” was apprehended in the Hazelton PA area (Gee, why is that city familiar?)?

    Someone in Talk-Radio today suggested that we stop ROR’ing detainees, and treat them as most countries would/do, put them in detention facilities until their hearing. The suggestion was that we use the facilities of Maricopa Co AZ as a model.

    Another Drew (8018ee)


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