October 10, 2007, - 10:52 am

ICE Princess Update: Are Illegal Alien Arrestees Really “Gang Members”? Don’t Bet On It

By Debbie Schlussel
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Chieftess Julie L. Myers a/k/a “The ICE Princess” is all over the news with claims that she arrested 1,300 illegal alien gang members and that “I have one message [for them]” (actually, Ma’am, it was your agents, NOT you, who sent the message, if there actually was one).
But did ICE really arrest 1,300 gang members, or is it just carefully timed hype to coincide with her upcoming Senate confirmation vote and . . . to overshadow her upcoming appearance at the Hezbollah Social Club along with multiple immigration fraud perpetrator Imad Hamad?

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ALL of These People Are Giving You The Finger

(Julie Myers Diet Coke by David Lunde)

If you answered: carefully timed hype, you get the cigar. As I wrote in a recent column, ICE agents all over the country laugh whenever Myers or her boss, Michael “Serpenthead” Chertoff, claim that they’ve arrested illegal alien gang members because:

One of the figures that will be highly “exaggerated” (a nice euphemism for fraudulent) is the number of arrests and deportations of violent criminal and gang member aliens. I’ve learned from many ICE agents that they’ve been ordered to take photos of detained aliens’ tattoos. That’s because any alien caught with a tattoo is then classified as a criminal and gang member. That’s despite the fact that many aliens with tattoos range in age from their early fifties to senior citizenship. Their tattoos are often hearts with their mothers’ or girlfriends’ names. Agents have told me they are ordered to note on the records that these aliens are gang members because of the tattoos. It’s all a way of massaging the Myers stats.

Oh, and by the way, a number of the actual gang members they claim they “rounded up” are prisoners about to leave prison. Gee, that’s tough. Just like shooting fish in a barrel.
Hate to quote the execrable group, “Public Enemy,” but . . .
Don’t Believe the Hype.

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4 Responses

Don’t buy into that crap! The almight heirarchy is no more concerned about gang members than they are about criminal proceedings against employers.
Between the imaginary bangers and the chicken pluckers, that should make for enough media hype to fill her “Appoint Me!” coffer. Has anyone inquired as to how much money was spent vs. what was gained? I don’t think that’ll sit well with the taxpayers…

1shot1kill on October 10, 2007 at 1:06 pm

what’s wrong with rounding up people coming out of jails/prisons..lol The majority of our apprehensions come from the CAP program..it’s our bread and butter..spoon fed. There are thousands of criminal aliens getting released each day to us. Let’s get real..
[RJDO: NOTHING WRONG WITH IT. IT'S GOOD. BUT TO USE THOSE PICKED UP FROM PRISON IN NUMBERS TOUTING NEW GANG MEMBER ARRESTS IS MISLEADING, ESPECIALLY SINCE THE ICE PRINCESS IS USING THESE FIGURES TO MAKE AMERICANS BELIEVE SHE IS ROUNDING UP MORE ILLEGAL ALIEN CRIMINALS. SHE ISN'T. THESE ARE PEOPLE THAT WERE ALREADY ARRESTED, SO IT'S HARDLY THE SAME AS INVESTIGATING, GOING ON THE STREET, AND ARRESTING PEOPLE. THESE PEOPLE WERE ALREADY ARRESTED. THAT'S HOW THEY GOT TO PRISON. WHILE IT'S APPRECIATED, IT'S HARDLY ROCKET SCIENCE TO GO TO A JAIL AND PUT THEM ON A BUS TO MEXICO. TO TELL US THAT ROUNDING UP PEOPLE ALREADY IN PRISON AND SENDING THEM AWAY IS "SENDING A MESSAGE" TO ILLEGAL ALIEN GANG MEMBERS, WHILE THEY FREELY ROAM OUR STREETS AD ABSURDUM IS A LIE. THE ONLY MESSAGE IT SENDS IS, "WELCOME TO AMERICA, ILLEGAL ALIEN GANG MEMBERS." DS]

Ronny James D.O. on October 10, 2007 at 1:34 pm

Dang! I’d better keep my “ink” covered up or they will label me a gangsta and deport me to New York!

NotICEnow on October 10, 2007 at 3:50 pm

From what I have heard from my bruthers in a major SAC office where the sun shines all the time and where they have no football team, here is what went down. Wrong addresses, illegals that turned out to be United States citizens, gang members that turned out to be simple illegals, and collaterals picked up when the main targets could not be located. A few gang bangers got picked up, but those were few and far between. A worthless use of a couple of hundred agents.

sanantonioins on October 11, 2007 at 2:21 am

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