JW Goes to Court Over ‘Privacy Rights’ for Criminal Aliens' Identities





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Published on Jun 2, 2017

In late February and early March of 2013, ICE released the 149 criminal aliens (during the course of pending removal proceedings) from five Arizona correction facilities, citing “fiscal uncertainty.”

According to records obtained by Judicial Watch, the illegals had committed 260 crimes, and 40 of them had been incarcerated for violent crimes. The records were obtained in a FOIA lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch on behalf of Edward “Bud” Tuffly, the treasurer of the National Border Patrol Council, the union that represents Border Patrol agents.

"We want to be able to investigate whether or not the government was telling us the truth when they said these individuals would not be a security risk to the American people. We want to know what crimes they've committed, whether or not they left the country, and whether or not they've been deported." --JW Attorney Michael Bekesha


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