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57 Convicted Sex Offenders Arrested In Southland ICE Operation

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers arrested 57 foreign nationals with prior convictions for sex offenses during a three-day operation targeting criminal alien sex offenders in the Los Angeles area, authorities announced Friday. Full Article

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  1. Paul

    I’m seeing a strong relationship here: http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2014/06/06/57-convicted-sex-offenders-arrested-in-southland-ice-operation/

    I think the federal government has it out for RSO’s (much more so, than before), as federal enforcement action seems to be increasing more and more, with each passing day.

    • j

      It’s an election year so it’s good for all politicians. Something to distract the public from seeing the dismal job overall that is being done by our governing bodies.

  2. G4Change

    What a total dog-and-pony show!!!

  3. Robert Curtis

    THIS ARTICLE is a way ICE can use a fear based tactic to justify their actions towards incarcerating immegrants.because their actions have been ruled as illegal by our courts. What better way to justify their actions by stating they caught 57 sex offenders? Watch those sly devils with ICE. Click link below to see what I mean.
    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-California/2014/06/04/California-Counties-to-Ignore-ICE-Detainer-Requests-for-Illegal-Aliens

  4. ab

    Immigration customs enforcement has way too much power within the United States. Also too many agencies have a hand in dealing with sex offenses and that creates more problems than solutions. Oh well we shall see how much comes of this operation and I am fairly optimistic that it will have little impact on preventing future crimes.

    • Margaret Moon

      Yes, ab, now that drug detection money is drying up, all agencies are looking for ways to get on the sex offender gravy train! It doesn’t seem to matter how ineffective their programs are… just keep those government salaries and grants rolling in! Oh, yes, and make us look good to the constituency! Don’t tell THEM that what we are spending their tax dollars on isn’t going them a bit of good…

      • j

        When big business and politics intersect, often a human rights disaster soon follows. This is not only confined to criminal matters, but agribusiness, war profiteering etc. We’ve seen it in many ugly forms and in more manifestations that decency allows.

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