Operation Predator is still in action and they have arrested 23 "foreign nationals" who already had prior convictions. It's good to see that these criminals were released back onto our streets in the first place and not deported. And if deported that our border security is working so well. Our children thank you President Bush!
All of the suspects were already on probation for prior felony or misdemeanor convictions, including rape, sexual abuse, sexual misconduct, endangering the welfare of a child, incest and promoting a sexual act.
The victims include a 3-year-old girl, a 15-year-old girl and a 14-year-old boy.
At the New York office of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, special agent in charge Kevin Delli-Colli warns those preying on children that they will be found, and if they're not U.S. citizens, they'll be deported.
Today's arrests include citizens of countries including Belize, Cambodia, Colombia, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Guyana, Honduras, India, Jamaica, Mexico, Peru and Trinidad.
Since Operation Predator was launched almost four years ago, immigration agents have arrested almost 10,000 child predators and sex offenders.
For more see Illegal Alien Sexual Predators at The Dark Side Of Illegal Immigration.
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