ICE operations nab more than 2,000 illegal immigrants, many with criminal charges, convictions

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Immigration and customs enforcement, arresting more than 2000, illegal immigrants from 80 countries. On a month long sweep across 20 for U. S Senate, and he lived in sanctuary cities that protected these migrants from arrest, though 85% had charges or criminal convictions for assault, domestic violence, manslaughter, extortion, robbery, sex with a minor and more in California. A third of those arrested were released from jail. Despite a detainer filed by ice, meaning the police allowed them to walk free rather than be deported. While many criticised Trump Administration for cruelty or breaking up families on minor charges, the Obama Biden administration removed more migrants and majority had no criminal record boxes. William Longinus reporting from Los Angeles.

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