We frequently publish stories about illegal aliens who have committed crimes in America. Every week, the Democrat Party and their allies in the media and social media censorship teams attempt to discredit our legitimate reports.
Yesterday, we wrote about an illegal alien who raped his fiance’s dog to death in Oregon and was released from prison only 60 days later.
Federal immigration officials lashed out at authorities in Multnomah County, Oregon, and local sanctuary laws Thursday after a man residing in the U.S. illegally was set free upon serving 60 days for raping a dog to death.
Last month, we published an article about a 26-year-old illegal alien who repeatedly raped an 11-year-old girl in N. Carolina.
On Wednesday, a 26-year-old illegal alien was arrested and charged with repeatedly molesting an 11-year-old girl. It’s not a stretch to suggest that most Americans would consider the horrific act of a full-grown man repeatedly sexually assaulting an innocent 11-year-old girl, an act that only an “animal” could commit.
In March, we exposed an illegal alien who decapitated the father of a two-year-old girl in North Carolina.
Another illegal alien has taken the life of an innocent man. 26-year-old Neri Damian Cruz-Carmona, who broke the law when he entered the United States, hit 26-year-old Jamar Beach on his motorcycle, decapitating him, and then driving away with Beach’s head on the hood of his vehicle. Beach’s two-year-old girl will grow up without her father, because someone who should never have been driving on the streets in the United States of America, took her daddy’s life in a violent and gruesome accident.
These three incidents took place in states far away from our southern border. Many Americans believe crimes that are committed by non-citizens in the United States are primarily taking place in border states. The truth is, crimes committed by non-citizens are taking place across the United States.
The American Mirror reports – A new federal report shows non-citizens in the United States commit nearly half of all federal crimes or more than six times their proportion to the American population.
For 2017, data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey shows non-citizens comprise about 7 percent of the country’s population, but the 2018 Annual Report and Sourcebook of Federal Sentencing Statistics show they committed more than 40 percent of all federal crimes.
The United States Sentencing Commission reviewed 321,000 sentencing documents in the fiscal year 2018 and outlined several statistics in the annual report:
In fiscal year 2018, the courts reported 69,425 felony and Class A misdemeanor cases to the Commission. This represents an increase of 2,552 cases from the prior fiscal year and the first increase since fiscal year 2011.
The race of federal offenders remained largely unchanged from prior years. In fiscal year 2018, 54.3 percent of all offenders were Hispanic, 21.2 percent were White, 20.6 percent were Black, and 3.8 percent were of another race. Non-U.S. Citizens accounted for 42.7 percent of all federal offenders.
Immigration cases accounted for the largest single group of offenses in fiscal year 2018, comprising 34.4 percent of all reported cases. Cases involving drugs, firearms, and fraud were the next most common types of offenses after immigration cases. Together these four types of offenses accounted for 82.9 percent of all cases reported to the Commission in fiscal year 2018.
A breakdown of crimes in the report shows about 92 percent of immigration crimes, or about 21,835 cases, involved non-citizens. But they also committed other crimes at far higher rates than their 7 percent proportion of the population as a whole.