ICE Released 36,000 Murder, Sexual Assault, Kidnapping Convicts in 2013
And here they make you think Obama is so tough and deporting illegals all the time.
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A murder or assault conviction is no guarantee an immigrant will be deported or even remain in detention, an internal Department of Homeland Security document reveals.
According to the document, obtained by the Center for Immigration Studies and shared with Breitbart News Monday, last year the Obama administration released 36,007 immigrants convicted of a nearly 88,000 crimes, including homicide and sexual assault.
To be sure, these statistics include prior offenses, for which the convicted alien could have previously served time.
Some of the most striking crimes, however, included 193 homicide convictions (including the murder of a public official), 426 sexual assault convictions, 9,187 dangerous drugs convictions, 1,075 aggravated assault convictions, and 228 kidnapping convictions.
The categories with the greatest number of convictions were traffic offenses 17,228, followed by convictions for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs with 16,070.
(See the complete list of convictions at the bottom of this article.)
The method of release for these criminal aliens included bond, order of recognizance, order of supervision, a detention alternative, and parole.