Skip to comments.85% OF CHILD PREDATORS CAPTURED ARE CRIMINAL IMMIGRANTS (Surprise, Surprise!)
Posted on 10/22/2005 5:07:51 AM PDT by FerdieMurphy
Top officials at the Department of Homeland Security recently revealed that arrests for child sex crimes during the first two years of Operation Predator have exceeded 6,000 and 85 percent of them are criminal immigrants.
Operation Predator is Immigration and Customs Enforcement's comprehensive initiative to safeguard children from foreign national pedophiles, international sex tourists, Internet child pornographers and human traffickers. Operation Predator evolved out of ICEs mission to find and deport illegal aliens, particularly those with criminal records. The majority of the arrests under Operation Predator - roughly 85% - have involved foreign nationals in this country whose child sex crimes make them removable from the United States. By matching immigration databases with state Megans law directories, ICE agents have arrested more than 1,800 registered sex offenders.
Since Operation Predator began on July 9, 2003, the initiative has resulted in 6,085 child predator arrests throughout the country - an average of roughly 250 arrests per month and eight arrests per day. While arrests have been made in every state, the most have occurred in these states: Arizona (207), California (1,578), Florida (255), Illinois (282), Michigan (153), Minnesota (190), New Jersey (423), New York (367), Oregon (148) and Texas (545).
Operation Predator also has an important international component, as leads developed by domestic ICE offices are shared with ICE Attaché offices overseas and foreign law enforcement for action. To date, leads shared by ICE with foreign authorities have resulted in the arrest of roughly 1,000 individuals overseas.
With an average of nearly 250 child sex predator arrests per month, ICE's Operation Predator has emerged as one of most successful efforts ever launched to protect America's children. In enforcing the nation's immigration laws, ICE is systematically targeting those who pose the greatest threats, including criminal aliens who prey on our children.
Some recent ICE arrests involving criminal aliens who committed child sex crimes include Julio Cesar Rabago-Magana, a Mexican man who raped a four-year-old child in the basement of Mercado Central in Minneapolis, Minn. Rabago-Magana pleaded guilty Oct. 23, 2002 to first-degree criminal sexual conduct. After serving his criminal sentence, he was arrested by ICE agents at his St. Paul home on March 3, 2005, and deported six days later.
To date, more than 2,100 of these foreign-born predators have been removed from the United States to their home nations. As part of this process, ICE advises the host nation governments about the criminal histories of each sex predator it is deporting to their nations. ICE also issues Green Notices through Interpol in appropriate cases. The Green Notice provides information on career criminals who have committed, or are likely to commit, offenses in several countries.
Sources: US Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, National Security Institute
Julio Cesar Rabago-Magana, a Mexican man who raped a four-year-old child in the basement of Mercado Central in Minneapolis, Minn. Rabago-Magana pleaded guilty Oct. 23, 2002 to first-degree criminal sexual conduct. After serving his criminal sentence, he was arrested by ICE agents at his St. Paul home on March 3, 2005, and deported six days later.
There should have been nothing left to deport excepting a corpse bullet-riddled by a firing squad! 2 + years in prison isn't proper punishment for raping a four-year-old. Speedy execuation insures that this subhuman never crosses our border again!
ATTENTION EL PRESIDENTE BUSH!
READ THIS AMIGO!
Yep, that one leaped out at me. I can't believe this guy is still alive. I, for one, would be happy to help take care of the problem... Has anyone got some rope, and a tall tree?
Deport him by dropping him out of an airplane onto Mexican territory....from 10,000 feet.
Interesting to see how the lexicon war has evolved. The pro-illegal crowd likes to call them "undocumented workers." The anti-illegals used to call them "illegal immigrants."
Now I see that the "anti" crowd has upped the ante and now speaks of "criminal immigrants."
As they say, he who controls the language, controls the debate.
I was very surprised to learn this about a month ago. We have a lot of child molestation cases here in Yuma, most appear to be among Mexican immigrants.
When I learned about this difference in the law between Mexico and Arizona (In Arizona the age of consent is 18), it explained a lot.
They are just performing the pedophilia Americans refuse to do.
Or is the surprise that we have so many illegals in our criminal system without coordination with immigration to deport them in the first place?
I think it means that the remaining 15% were not known criminals prior and/or that they were not here illegally to begin with.
They're criminal ENTRANTS.
... a Mexican man who raped a four-year-old child...,/i>
People in many other countries marry in their early or middle teens. It is common. Twelve year olds are ususally menstruating, by that age, and that was a test for many cultures.
This is 2005, though, in the US of A. Just take a ballpeen hammer to his nuts, and send him home to his mommy!
Yeah but if reported accurately it wouldn't sound as if illegals were responsible for 85% of all child molest cases.
"The age of consent in Mexico is 12 years old."
Is this another one of their cultural aspects We're suppose to accept? I use to think it was just a myth, Boy, I guess I was wrong.
"With an average of nearly 250 child sex predator arrests per month...."
And why WOULDN'T sex fiends come to America in droves? They are KNOWN by sight in their own communities. Why not go where they don't stop you from coming in, where you don't officially exist, and they don't even arrest you if they catch you there illegally?
Forign perverts doing the jobs American perverts have a much harder time doing.
Seems to me the article is about criminal activity.
Therefore wouldn't an illegal immigrant that has committed a crime be called a criminal?
I have no problem with the phrase, and personally favor much tougher immigration policies.
I was strictly making a linguistical observation.
Not really. The headline is misleading but it is the Sierra Times...
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