400 lawmen take down 596 illegals

The southEASTERN US saw a three-day enforcement surge by ICE and its law enforcement partners at the end of April according to US Immigrations and Customs Enforcement.

The THREE day enforcement surge coined Operation Cross Check brought in 596 illegals — 544 men and 55 women — representing 60 different nations, including countries in Latin America, Asia, Europe, Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

The southeastern surge comprised Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Arkansas, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee and Puerto Rico.

Operation Cross Check involved nearly 400 federal and local law enforcement officers and agents.

With an estimated daily influx of 10,000 illegal immigrants, some believe the current count stands as high as 20 million in the US.

ICE removed 136,126 criminal aliens from the United States last year.

As the busiest border in the United States, the southWEST border of Arizona must be very busy indeed with illegals simply walking across the border. 

When we think of a fence along the border we perceive a fence something akin to the Great Wall of China refusing penetration. In this informative YouTube video  — I learned more about our border “war” and the “fence” in these few minutes than I have from combined media coverage.

This YouTube video recorded immigrant sentiments towards the US. Similar activity is being displayed in Arizona currently.

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One Response to 400 lawmen take down 596 illegals

  1. […] The southEASTERN US saw a three-day enforcement surge by ICE and its law enforcement partners at the end of April according to US Immigrations and Customs Enforcement. The THREE day enforcement surge coined Operation Cross Check brought in 596 illegals — 544 men and 55 women — representing 60 different nations, including countries in Latin America, Asia, Europe, Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The southeastern surge comprised Florid … Read More […]

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