An 18 year veteran Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agent is facing suspension for refusing to release a person he knew to be an illegal alien. The ICE agent and his partner were conducting surveillance on the vehicle of a known criminal alien. A subject got into the car but upon his arrest and detention turned out to not be the target of the investigation but still illegally within the United States.
agent decided to go forward with the detention of the subject even though the
subject did not meet the criteria for deportation set by the Obama
administration. Two supervisors ordered the veteran agent to let the subject go
and a disagreement ensued that eventually led to a letter of proposed suspension
for the agent over the incident.
President Obama and his administration
have dramatically altered policy regarding the apprehension and deportation of
aliens illegally within the United States. Those who have been here without
committing another criminal infraction are virtually ignored while those who
meet the criteria as a “dreamer,” those aliens who arrived here as children and
attended school here, have been officially recognized by the Obama
administration and allowed to reside here.
These new guidelines and ICE’s
implementation of the weakened laws requiring the release of aliens illegally
within the United States impact all of us whether you live in Spokane,
Washington or Miami Florida. Only a few years ago, Trooper James Saunders of the
Washington State Patrol was murdered by an illegal alien in Eastern Washington
after that alien was missed by immigration officers.
officers are passionate about the enforcement of the law. Changes to policies to
immigration laws for political reasons can lead to confrontations such as in
this case. Since its creation, ICE has had internal feuding due to Customs and
Immigration Special Agents being combined into one agency and working jointly.
In February of this year an ICE Special Agent shot and killed his supervisor at
the ICE offices in Long Beach, California. Before the creation of ICE after
9/11, the murderer was assigned with the Immigration and Naturalization Service
while the victim had been assigned to Customs.
Saturday, August 4, 2012
Deputy commits battery to an inmate now the question is this is the deputy on duty or off duty. If he is on duty why isn't he in uniform. If you look his shirt is untucked and not buttoned. If this was my officer he would have been sent home with a write up. The second thing is what gives this deputy the right to strike some one. If the Chicago police have to be politically correct then so should the Sheriff's office. In fact he is a over glorified security gaurd he is not even the police or a Sheriff's police he is what the state of Illinois and the police and fire board calls a bonded peace officer so he is not even a cop. again glorified security gaurd. The diffrence between them and private securtiy is nothing under Illinois state law if your job pays you to go to court then you can carry your firearm in as long as you have your credentials however the sherrif's deputies at various locations will give a private security officer a hard time. However under Illinois state law the private security officer has the same rights to carry as the sheriff's prision gaurds.The Sheriff him self has nothing to say about this incident. If this was my officer he would be arrested and charges filed. This just proves that all sheriff's deputy's are arrigant and think their shit don't stink. I was assaulted by an off duty deputy and I did was holding an intelegant conversation with a girl who I did not know was his wife and he grabbed me by the throat and a family member beat his ass. Later I asked if I should put a beef on him I was told by other police officer's he is mad cause he is a prison gaurd who can not hold an intelgent conversation with his women and felt threten by a CHA security officer who was 18. Not all deputy's are like them but these deputy's like the one shown in this video
A 6-foot-5, 325-pound Cook County correctional officer allegedly punched an inmate in the face and then told the inmate that if he didn’t tell others he swung first, the officer would tell superiors that the man tried to escape.