SAN FRANCISCO — Federal immigration authorities say a suspected serial rapist charged with posing as a Northern California ride-hailing driver to prey on his victims was living in the country illegally.
The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency said Tuesday it plans to deport Orlando Vilchez Lazo to his native Peru if he’s released from custody.
The 36-year-old was arrested last week on multiple allegations, including four counts of felony rape. He is jailed in lieu of $4.2 million in bail and is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday.
At the state level, Texas has been fairly reliable in terms of cooperation between immigration enforcement and state or local police. The passage of SB4 went a long way in ensuring that ICE would have the traditional levels of cooperation from police when it comes to identifying and detaining illegal aliens who wind up being arrested for other crimes. But the Lone Star State isn’t homogeneous in that regard, with pockets of resistance popping up here and there. One of those places is Austin, which this month decided that simply being a sanctuary city wasn’t good enough for them. No, they’re now declaring themselves to be a “freedom city.”
For the past week democrats have been calling Donald Trump a Nazi for detaining illegal alien children separately from criminal illegal alien adults. They demanded he stop the practice immediately and he responded today by signing an executive order that halts separating children from their parents when apprehended sneaking into the country. Amazingly enough, the democrats are not happy that they got exactly what they wanted, because it turns out they wanted something else.
In signing the measure, Trump said he wants to keep families together while also enforcing border security. He vowed his administration’s “zero tolerance” policy for illegal immigration would continue.
A distressing image of a crying toddler locked in a barred cage after purportedly being detained by US immigration officials has gone viral – but despite online claims, it does not actually depict what has been alleged.
According to PressTV, Two refugees, one on each side of the border, were reported injured as they attempted to jump over the six-meter-high fence. The Spanish government’s delegation in Ceuta said six of the 400 who stormed the border managed to make it into Spain, Spanish news agency EFE reported.
Hillary Clinton is often horrified. Not at anything illegal she or her husband have done, but mostly at things Trump-related. Could it be because he kicked her ass in the election? Probably. She was “horrified” when Trump wouldn’t say whether or not he would accept the results of the election and now Hillary has gone on a year and a half world tour not accepting the results of the election. The newest thing to horrify Hillary is Trump enforcing our nation’s immigration laws.
Liberals believe the law is a pick-and-choose buffet line.
The Trump administration’s decision to end the “Catch and Release” program by placing children in safe homes while detaining their parents who illegally crossed the border has some celebrities comparing it to the Holocaust or torture.
In a new report published by The Hill, immigration law expert Nolan Rappaport provides a narrative-busting reality check for California’s Democratic leaders who continue to support law-bending and breaking “sanctuary” policies: They hurt the illegal immigrants politicians and activists claim they help.
Shaun King, Linda Sarsour and other liberals thought they were criticizing the Trump administration on Sunday when they tweeted a picture of immigrant minors sleeping in a caged enclosure, but it turned out they were inadvertently tweeting a photo that occurred during the Obama administration instead.
It was discovered just this past weekend that a pamphlet is being distributed at American hotels and bus terminals near the Canadian border giving advice for migrants to cross illegally into Canada. Politically this is called “irregular” crossing into Canada.
Minister says officials will correct flyers giving tips on illegally crossing border into Canada
Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen says officials will attempt to correct misinformation being circulated in New York state offering instructions to asylum seekers on how to illegally cross the border into Canada as political pressure mounts for government to do more to address the influx of irregular migrants from the United States.