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Kelly: Crime database will speed deportations

Thursday, February 9, 2017 1:33
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President Trump‘s team plans to use a database of crimes committed by people who entered the country illegally as a roster for facilitating deportations, according to the head of the Department of Homeland Security.

John Kelly, a retired Marine Corps general who was one of Trump’s first two cabinet nominees to receive Senate confirmation, told lawmakers that the office managing the database will report directly to him. In the early years of the administration, the staff will coordinate with the families of crime victims to keep them apprised of the perpetrator’s case.

“And you can bet that my people will be standing there when he is paroled to take him into custody and send him back to wherever he came from,” Kelly told a House Homeland Security subcommittee panel.


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  • Boo

    Wouldn’t this be interesting if we find the majority of these criminal deportations don’t hail from residents’ living south of our boarders? Looks like the mercenary’s who infiltrated and are about destroying Mexico’s community’s and have been caught within our boarders are going to be sent back to their South American origins. Even Mexico has to be happy with this.

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