Sanctuary State California Set Free Illegal Aliens Convicted of Child Sex Crimes, Domestic Abuse, Child Abuse

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The sanctuary state of California — which protects criminal illegal aliens from deportation — is responsible for releasing offenders back into the public who have been convicted of child sex crimes, domestic abuse, and child abuse.

This week, the White House provided a list of criminal illegal aliens who have been released by the sanctuary state of California following the announcement of Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ lawsuit against the state for failing to cooperate with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency.

The list of convicted criminal illegal aliens who have been recently released by California authorities rather than being handed over to ICE agents as requested includes individuals who committed crimes against children and their own spouses.

In one case outlined, an illegal alien from Mexico was arrested in Santa Clara County for possession of drugs in January 2017. Soon after, he was convicted of child abuse, as well as possession of drugs. Following the criminal illegal alien’s sentence, he was released by California and ICE was not able to arrest him until September 2017.

Other cases include:

  • An illegal alien from Mexico who was convicted of child sex crimes in February 2017, and following his sentence, was released into the public by California. ICE was not able to arrest the criminal illegal alien until a year later.
  • An illegal alien from Mexico who was convicted of child sex crimes in 2004. Then, after being released by California, he was arrested and convicted of selling drugs in August 2016. After having their detainer ignored, ICE was not able to deport the individual from the U.S. until March 2018.
  • An illegal alien from Mexico who was convicted of domestic violence in 2004. Then, after being released from prison by California the first time, he was convicted of sexual battery in January 2017. After being released yet again by California, ICE was not able to arrest the individual until February 2018.
  • An illegal alien from El Salvador who was convicted of drunk driving in November 2017 and who had already had prior theft and drunk driving convictions. Due to his release into the public by California, ICE was not able to arrest him until February 2018.
  • An illegal alien from Mexico who was convicted of battery and accused less than a year later of drunk driving. California ignored the ICE detainer lodged against the criminal illegal alien, preventing ICE from arresting the individual until February 2018.

Most recently, as Breitbart News reported, Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf (D) warned illegal aliens in the Bay Area that ICE would be conducting an arrest raid for criminal illegal aliens. Subsequently, Schaaf helped many criminal illegal aliens with sex crime convictions, drunk driving convictions, and armed robbery convictions escape arrest and deportation.

John Binder is a reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter at @JxhnBinder.

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