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ICE Raids 117 Illegals And Gets 8 MS-13 Members Indicted On Same Day – Guess Where They Found Them…

Got ’em! Here’s what happened!

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In the quest to secure our American borders, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has been stepping up raids and deportations in an effort to get a handle on the significant issues that have arisen from the open borders policies of President Donald Trump’s predecessors.

Director of ICE, Tom Homan states the agency plans to “significantly” increase operations targeting businesses which employ illegal immigrants, however, he said the department’s strategy would be different than those employed under former President Obama. Homan stated last year – “Now we’re going to prosecute the employers who knowingly hire illegal aliens. We’re going to detain and remove the illegal alien workers.”

Since President Trump took office in January 2017, immigration arrests have risen over 40% and deportations are up 34%. The Washington Post reports – “ICE conducted 1,360 employee audits last year and arrested more than 300 people for alleged criminal and civil immigration violations. Businesses were ordered to pay $97.6 million in judicial forfeiture, fines, and restitution and $7.8 million in civil fines, the agency said.”

Friday federal authorities in Dallas announced the indictments of eight MS=13 gang members on a wide range of criminal charges. This comes after approximately 10 raids just in the last month that have uncovered human traffickers, trafficking victims exploited for labor and s*x including children, as well as gang and cartel operations.

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According to a news release from ICE – “A federal grand jury this week indicted eight MS-13 gang members on the following criminal charges:  racketeering conspiracy; attempted m****r in aid of racketeering; assault with a dangerous weapon in aid of racketeering; conspiracy to commit m****r in aid of racketeering; and using, carrying and possessing a firearm during and in relation to a crime of violence.”

“Gangs — and especially transnational gangs like MS-13 — are responsible for many of the violent crimes that occur throughout the country,” said Special Agent in Charge Katrina W. Berger, HSI Dallas.  “Some of these violent gang members have illegally entered the United States as unaccompanied alien children.  As demonstrated with this HSI-led investigation, an ongoing coordinated multi-agency law enforcement effort is the best means of curtailing gang numbers, gang finances, and gang effectiveness to operate.

“MS-13 is one of the most violent and ruthless gangs on the streets today,” stated U.S. Attorney Nealy Cox.  “Working with our federal, state and local partners, we are determined to dismantle this organization wherever we find it in order to make our communities safer in Texas.”

“The Department of Justice will not allow MS-13 to terrorize any community, school or street corner,” said Attorney General Sessions.  “The gang has more than 10,000 members following its barbaric motto of ‘k**l, r**e, and control’ across 40 states, and that threatens law-abiding Americans. Today’s Indictment of eight MS-13 members—including five who are charged as illegal aliens in possession of firearms — makes clear that the Trump Administration and this Department will continue to go on offense against MS-13 with every lawful tool at our disposal.  I want to thank our fabulous Department of Justice attorneys for their hard work on this case as well as our partners with HSI, ICE, the Dallas County District Attorney’s office, and the Dallas and Irving Police Departments. This case is yet another step toward dismantling MS-13 and taking its members off our streets for good.”

“Evil gangs like MS-13 are perpetrators of senseless violence in our communities,” said Texas Governor Greg Abbott. “The Indictment of these individuals shows a continued commitment to going after these dangerous individuals and keeping our communities safe. The State of Texas will continue to offer any assistance and resources necessary to crack down on these criminals, and I thank our federal, state, and local partners in law enforcement for their ongoing efforts to address gang violence across Texas.”

According to the indictment, MS-13 is a national and transnational gang composed primarily of immigrants or descendants from El Salvador.  Branches or “cliques” of MS-13, one of the largest street gangs in the United States, operate in cities around the country, including the Irving Loco Salvatruchas (ILS) clique in the Dallas area.  MS-13 members and associates are required to commit acts of violence to join the gang, and to maintain membership and discipline within the gang.  One of the principal rules of MS-13 is that its members and associates must attack and k**l rivals, known as “chavalas,” whenever possible. Members and associates of the ILS clique held meetings in multiple locations in the vicinity of Irving, Texas, including several public parks and a tunnel under Irving.

According to the Indictment, beginning on or about July 2016, and continuing through on or about the date of the Indictment, Hernandez-Fuentes, Gutierrez-Ramos and Cruz, participated in a racketeering conspiracy that included attempted m****r, conspiracy to commit m****r and robbery.

Across the racketeering conspiracy and other counts, the indictment charges the following defendants for their alleged involvement in six attacks, including multiple machete attacks, upon 10 victims, including members or associates of the rival 18th Street Gang.

President Trump has called several times for the abolishing of MS-13, a national and transnational gang that DOJ describes as comprised of illegal immigrants from El Salvador. In spite of much opposition from open borders proponents and leftist progressives, as well as some on the right, President Trump and his administration are taking steps to secure American borders.

 

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Free On Bail New Mexico Muslim Extremist Just Immediately Proved He Should Have Been Held [Video]

He’s just proven why he should have been locked up in the first place!

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A group of alleged extremists who observe the Muslim religion was set free this week after they were arrested for their involvement in running a compound that was allegedly holding 11 children captive. Even worse, another child had supposedly been murdered as part of an apparent exorcism performed by the group who thought the child would be reincarnated. Don’t forget the part about how they were supposedly training children to be school shooters and you have yourself one heck of a documentary in the making. Sadly, this is real life in New Mexico right now and these poor, dirty, and malnourished children are finally freed from this grasp of extremists, but they deserve even better justice for what they endured.

Targets reportedly would include schools, as well as law enforcement agencies and financial institutions. The children were instructed that targeted individuals who did not accept their beliefs were to be detained until they were converted. Otherwise, they were to be k****d, according to interviews with law enforcement.

After being set free on bail, the suspected criminals have already proven why they should have been kept locked up in the first place. Instead, they’re granted a relatively low bond, house arrest, and ankle bracelets – nothing that will actually prevent them from committing even worse crimes. An ankle bracelet won’t stop anyone from committing a crime if they’re determined to do so. We’ve seen that happen over and over again.

You can thank this particular judge for setting these individuals free and then for granting them supervised visits with the children they allegedly abused by forcing them to live in such awful conditions. Taking one look at this man’s face is the only thing you need to see to know that each and every person involved with this horrible child abuse scandal deserves to rot in a prison cell.

After finding out he was set free, this is the face he makes. It says it all. All those children being treated like that and he’s throwing a grin out there. Only two men were held because they have a warrant for something else. The others walked out after meeting qualifications for bail.

Are you mad yet?

Siraj Ibn Wahhaj grins at his friends in the audience, Michael Abd Al-hayy Weinman and Latifa Weinman, as he returns from recess Monday (August 13) during a pretrial detention hearing in Taos District Court. Moments later, Taos District Court Judge Sarah Backus conditionally released all five defendants charged with child abuse at a compound near Amalia.

Taos District Court Judge Sarah Backus denied motions to hold five defendants charged with abusing 11 children at a compound near Amalia, New Mexico during a hearing Monday (Aug. 13).

“In spite of testimony that alleged the defendants had been preparing to attack government institutions they deemed at odds with their beliefs, Backus said prosecutors had failed to prove the defendants were a danger to the Taos County community or a flight risk.

“Regardless of the decision, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, son of controversial Brooklyn Imam Siraj Wahhaj, will be held on an outstanding Georgia warrant for allegedly abducting his son in 2017.

“The four others accused – Lucas Morton, 40, Jany Leveille, 35, Hujrah Wahhaj, 37, and Subhannah Wahhaj, 35 – will be placed on house arrest and will be required to wear GPS ankle bracelets as their cases are processed. Backus set a $20,000 unsecured appearance bond for each defendant.

“They will be allowed to see their children, who have been in the custody of the New Mexico Children Youth and Families Division since Aug. 3, when law enforcement raided the ramshackle dwelling where they lived near Amalia. The defendants are forbidden, however, to discuss their cases with their kids, who may testify as the cases progress.

“Two of the children – one 13 years old and another 15 years old – have already provided crucial information to authorities about their lives at the makeshift compound.

“One piece of information provided by one of the children drew widespread alarm Wednesday (Aug. 8) when the state filed motions to hold the defendants without bond: That the adults had been training at least one of them to carry out school shootings.

“But the current charges of child abuse aren’t necessarily related to those allegations, a team of defense attorneys argued on Monday.”

This is just one of many times that a judge has failed to serve the purpose of their job, carry out their duty and work for the people. Taos District Court Judge Sarah Backus is letting monsters freely roam the city. Anyone suspected of child abuse, especially those proven to be guilty like this group, should not be set free nor given any rights to see their children. This is a clear-cut case of guilt and everyone knows it.

This needs to be fixed immediately because what that judge did is horribly wrong. Judges have been removed from the bench for far less.

Are you fed up yet?

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[VIDEO] 2nd Stolen Plane In A Week After Man Flies It Into His Own House For A Reason

What is going on?!

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Here we go again with another strange plane incident. This has become the trend for the week in bizarre crimes that involve people taking planes and crashing them on purpose. Let’s hope this doesn’t go any further and have people try taking military planes or tanks! That would be an epic disaster.

This incident involves a man who authorities believe might have been trying to m****r his wife and a child after he was arrested following a dispute with her.

A domestic dispute is what likely triggered an incident that spiraled out of control and ended with a man crashing a plane into his own home, potentially targeting his wife. The Utah man was arrested for allegedly assaulting his wife during, or after, they had met to discuss their problems. His name is Duane Youd and he crashed the plane into his home around 2:30 am in the town of Payson, Utah. This may have been a direct result of the conversation they had, the arrest, and now this could have been his response to it all, which didn’t end well for him.

Youd’s apparent s*****e mission ended with him losing his life, but his wife and a child were able to survive. The house was torched by flames after the crash. Now it’s been revealed how this man was able to easily get this private plane to commit this heinous act.

SF Gate provided more details: “The pilot, Duane Youd, died. His wife and a child who were in the home survived despite the front part the two-story house being engulfed in flames, Payson police Sgt. Noemi Sandoval said.

The crash occurred at about 2:30 a.m. in Payson, a city of about 20,000 60 miles (95 kilometers) south of Salt Lake City.

Investigators believe the twin-engine Cessna 525 belonged to Youd’s employer and that he intentionally flew into his own house; Sandoval said he was an experienced pilot. It wasn’t immediately clear who employed Youd or whether he was authorized to take the plane. [Video Below]

Just hours after he had been arrested for assaulting his wife, a Utah man flew a small plane into his house. The pilot, Duane Youd, died. His wife and a child who were in the home survived. (August 13)

It’s unknown if the child in the house is related to Youd, Sandoval said.

Youd, 47, was arrested about 7:30 p.m. Sunday after witnesses called police to report that he was assaulting his wife, Utah County Sheriff’s Sgt. Spencer Canon said.

The couple had been drinking and went to American Fork Canyon to talk about problems they were having, authorities said.

Youd was booked on suspicion of domestic violence and posted bail, Cannon said. Youd requested an officer escort him to his home so he could get his truck and some belongings around midnight. That occurred without incident, Sandoval said.

Within hours, Youd was taking off in the plane from the Spanish Fork-Springville Airport about 15 miles (25 kilometers) north of his house. He flew directly to his neighborhood and smashed into his house, Sandoval said.

Photos of the wreckage showed the white plane charred and in pieces in the front yard nearby an overturned and crushed car. Most of the upscale house was still intact, but heavily burned in the front. Youd and his wife bought the 2,700 square foot house valued at nearly $400,000, in 2016 in a quiet subdivision of new homes near the foothills, county property records show.

The plane barely missed power lines and other homes, Sandoval said. The Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board are investigating.

Online court records show that Youd agreed last month to attend marriage and family counselling sessions for six months as part of a plea agreement following an April 8 domestic violence incident in which he was charged with disorderly conduct.

It is the second bizarre airplane incident in recent days. On Friday an employee stole a turboprop plane from Sea-Tac International Airport in Seattle and flew it for more than an hour before dying in a crash on an island southwest of Tacoma.”

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