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The Number Of People ICE Arrested At Their Jobs Skyrocketed In The Last Year

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All is not doom and gloom as regards removing unwanted people.

 

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Derek Benner, head of Homeland Security Investigations, the ICE division that leads the operations, said in a statement that cutting into “illegal employment” helps build an additional layer of border security and reduces “the continuum of crime that illegal labor facilitates, from the human smuggling networks that facilitate illegal border crossings to the associated collateral crimes, like identity theft, document and benefit fraud and worker exploitation.”

 

https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/hamedaleaziz/ice-arrests-workplace-skyrocket

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I don't see any ICE vans pulling anyone over anymore in my area.  This was in the Dallas Texas area

 

Back in the late 80's you would see green ice vans pulling over landscaper vehicles and putting them in the van I assumed to be deported.  I hope they get back on the streets and start rounding them up a well.

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5 hours ago, bcking said:

Somehow we've managed without spending billions on a giant wall :)

We have spent million and million and millions on walls and security in the area, the issue is the wall is not designed and built well enough to be a major deterrent.

 

 

 

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10 hours ago, bcking said:

Somehow we've managed without spending billions on a giant wall :)

But couldn't we do so much more if we actually stopped folks from crossing illegally and only enter at a legal border crossing?


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