According to a press release from Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, Enforcement and Removal Officers arrested 82 illegal immigrants from 26 different countries over a 5 day span at the end of March. The arrests took place in and around Washington, DC.
Of the 82 illegals, 68 had previous criminal convictions for crimes ranging from armed robbery to drug distribution. The remaining 14:
two had ties to the MS-13 street gang; two had outstanding final orders of removal; three had overstayed their visas; one was wanted by a foreign law enforcement entity; one was a verified human rights violator and two had pending local charges. The remainder had unlawfully entered the United States in violation of U.S. immigration laws.
According to ICE, these criminals came from all over the globe:
The arrestees were citizens and/or nationals of several different countries across the globe, including Algeria, Bolivia, China, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guatemala, Guinea, Honduras, Iran, Jamaica, Mexico, Moldova, Mongolia, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Peru, Philippines, Somalia, South Korea, Sudan, Trinidad, Vietnam and Sierra Leone.
These are some bad hombres.
Originally published by American Action News.