About half of the immigrants arrested in early government raids under the Trump administration had either no criminal convictions or had committed minor traffic offenses, according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) data obtained by The Washington Post.
According to the Post, out of 675 immigrants arrested by ICE in early February, in the days after President Trump took office, 163 immigrants were found to have traffic offenses while 177 had no criminal convictions at all.
However, 80 immigrants were convicted of assault and 57 were convicted for “dangerous drugs," while two people were also convicted of homicide, according to the report.
Sunday, April 30, 2017
BOMBER TRUMP IS NOT DEPORTING THE TRUE CRIMINALS
Bomber Trump is fulfilling his role of focusing anger onto immigrants rather than the true criminals in Langley, Wall Street and Capitol Hill.