President Lucifer not only turns a blind eye to the problem of illegal
“immigrants” aliens swarming across the border, his Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is actually aiding and abetting the illegals by hand-delivering to them their children who’ve been smuggled into the U.S.
Judson Berger reports for FoxNews, Dec. 19, 2013, that it has been well-documented that DHS is allowing some illegal immigrants already inside the country to skirt deportation, and particularly those who came to the U.S. as children. But a federal judge in Texas has revealed even worse doings behind the scenes of the POS’s perverted “approach to immigration enforcement.”
In a blistering court order filed on Dec. 13, 2013 in the case of the United States of America vs. Mirtha Veronica Nava-Martinez, U.S. District Judge Andrew S. Hanen accuses DHS of hand-delivering children smuggled into the United States to their illegal immigrant parents.
Judge Hanen claims that, in more than one case before his court, immigration officials are arresting human traffickers smuggling children into the U.S. — and then “delivering the minors to the custody of the parent illegally living in the United States.”
Hanen writes, “These actions are both dangerous and unconscionable. The DHS has simply chosen not to enforce the United States’ border security laws.”
Further, what Obama’s DHS is doing encourages risky smuggling operations. “Time and again this court has been told by representatives of the government and the defense that cartels control the entire smuggling process,” Hanen wrote. “… the government is not only allowing [illegal immigrants in the U.S.] to fund the illegal and evil activities of these cartels, but is also inspiring them to do so. To put this in another context, the DHS policy is as logical as taking illegal drugs or weapons that it has seized from smugglers and delivering them to the criminals who initially solicited their illegal importation/exportation. Legally, this situation is no different.”
Representatives with the Department of Homeland Security and other immigration agencies have not yet returned a request for comment on the judge’s statement.
Chris Crane, president of the National ICE Council union, confirms the judge’s claims are “absolutely correct. This is exactly what’s happening.”
Note: ICE stands for Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The National ICE Council is the union that represents approximately 7,600 officers, agents and employees who work for the U.S. Immigration and Customs, an agency under the Dept. of Homeland Security.
Crane describes how agents “can’t keep up” with the number of minors crossing the border, either by themselves or in the custody of smugglers. Immigration officials, then, are tasked with finding a place for the children to go. “That’s what we do now. We babysit kids and change diapers. It’s out of control.” Crane said the best short-term solution would be to return the children to the family members they were staying with in their home country.
The judge’s statement was prompted by the case of Mirtha Veronica Nava-Martinez. She was arrested at the Texas-Mexico border in May and pleaded guilty to trying to smuggle a 10-year-old child originally from El Salvador. After the sentencing, Hanen decided to go public with additional details about the case.
He wrote that the “conspiracy” started when an illegal immigrant in Virginia hired smugglers to get her daughter from El Salvador to Virginia. She paid $6,000 in advance. But after the smuggling operation was interrupted by federal agents, “the DHS delivered the child to her.”
This was the fourth similar case Hanen had seen in as many weeks. In one case, the U.S. government “flew a child to multiple locations” in the U.S. at the expense of U.S. taxpayers. “This is an absurd and illogical result,” he wrote.
The judge noted that after the court inquired about the incidents, a federal prosecutor apparently “requested” that the mother in Virginia be placed in immigration proceedings. He said it’s unclear whether that has happened, and he’s been told the government will not pursue prosecution.
Read Judge Hanen’s court order here.
H/t Daily Mail