MS-13

ICE Unlocks Fast-Track Nationwide Deportation Powers

Homeland defense officials are finally expanding their fast-track “expedited removal” deportation powers to quickly deport illegal migrants nationwide who cannot show they have lived illegally in the United States for longer than two years. 

In this file photo from 2015, a man is detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in Los Angeles. New raids could target a large number of immigrants in major cities.

Migrant Gang Members, Child Sex Offender Arrested near Texas Border

Rio Grande Valley Sector Border Patrol agents arrested three members of violent gangs and a child sex offender as they attempted to make their way through border security to get to the U.S. interior. Immigration officers previously removed at least two of the gang members and the child sex offender.

MCALLEN, TX - NOVEMBER 06: A U.S. Border Patrol agent detains an undocumented immigrant in an orange grove on November 6, 2018 in McAllen, Texas. Border Patrol agents on the ground, assisted by a helicopter unit of U.S. Air and Marine Operations agents, detained a group of immigrants who had …

New York Times Unmasks Honduran Community Fighting MS-13

The New York Times unmasked a group of freedom fighters in Honduras who dared to take on the much-feared MS-13 gang. The U.S. publication printed their names, published photographs of their faces, families, and homes — allegedly without permission — thus putting a target on the members of the self-defense group.

MS-13 gang member

Deported Criminal Aliens Continue to Exploit Unsecured U.S. Border Areas

Border Patrol agents along the U.S. southwest border with Mexico continue to arrest previously deported criminal aliens who exploit weaknesses in barrier technology to re-enter the country. Those criminal aliens include child sex offenders, violent criminals, and members of transnational criminal gangs.

MISSION, TX - APRIL 11: A U.S. Border Patrol agent handcuffs an undocumented immigrant near the U.S.-Mexico border on April 11, 2013 near Mission, Texas. A group of 16 immigrants from Mexico and El Salvador said they crossed the Rio Grande River from Mexico into Texas during the morning hours …