How much longer will we stand by while criminal aliens roam our streets and wreak havoc on our neighborhoods? According to ICE, 19,723 criminal aliens were release back onto the streets during FY2015. This is unacceptable.
The criminal alien problem is growing and we must combat it before it gets out of control. Today, about 55,000 criminal aliens account for more than one-fourth of prisoners in Federal Bureau of Prisons facilities, and there are about 297,000 criminal aliens incarcerated in state and local prisons.
This is costing you, the taxpayer.
The estimated cost of incarcerating these criminal aliens at the federal level is estimated at $1.5 to $1.6 billion per year. This does not include the costs of incarceration at the state and local level, nor does it include the related local costs of policing and the judicial system related to law enforcement against criminal aliens.
Criminal Aliens are draining our scarce criminal justice resources.
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