Almost 200 Illegal Aliens, Including Murderers & Rapists, Released Over Coronavirus
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) release data
Federal judges have assisted freeing almost 200 illegal aliens into the United States since the coronavirus pandemic took hold, many of which were convicted murderers, rapists, and pedophiles.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency released data showing that 192 illegal aliens have been released into the U.S.
Out of that number, 171 illegal aliens have been convicted or accused of crimes against Americans.
The following places have seen the most releases:
- Los Angeles, California
- Boston, Massachusetts
- New York City, New York
Last month, 480 inmates were released from the Mobile Metro Jail who had committed non-violent crimes, were sickly, were 55 years and older or had low bonds, according to Al.com
In April, Neon Nettle reported a violent convicted criminal was arrested in connection with a murder, just one day after he was released from a Florida prison.
The inmate, Joseph Edward Williams, 26, was among 100 prisoners freed last month to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
Earlier this month, Massachusetts released hundreds of inmates, among them, are men charged and convicted of raping children.
Two men accused of child rape are among the almost 830 inmates the state has freed in the last month.
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Additionally, a group of sex offenders classed as "high risk" to the public was freed from prison in California earlier in May.
The seven men released by the Orange County District Attorney’s Office have all been convicted of sex offenses, including child abuse and other violent crimes.
Forty-four illegal aliens have been released from ICE custody by federal judges in Boston.
Forty-two of those illegal aliens have been convicted or accused of assault, drug trafficking, and rape.
ICE has also been forced to release 34 illegal aliens in New York City, 32 of those were convicted or accused of sexual assault, rape, assault, cruelty toward a child, drug possession, and drunk driving.
The ACLU filed a lawsuit against Orange County to demand they release about 500 inmates from the region’s prison system.
Orange County’s prisons have now emptied almost 45 percent in recent weeks by court orders.