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“WE WANT EQUAL JUSTICE”

The city of Philadelphia treats ILLEGALS who are criminal suspects better than citizens.

This policy is a Civil Rights violation that disproportionately affects black citizens.

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If this violation bothers you or if you or someone you know has been wronged by the city, please fill out the form below. We need to FIGHT City Hall, and we will keep you informed.




Illegal Aliens are treated better than citizens. It’s a simple truth.
And in Philadelphia the citizens that are hurt the most are black.

This is a strong statement, but we know where to get the proof.

The Philadelphia District Attorney hired immigration attorney, Caleb Arnold to enforce new criminal justice policies to protect illegal immigrants. 

Arnold is advising prosecutors to minimize the impact of criminal convictions for immigrants; by comparison blacks get no preferential treatment.

Our PROOF?

We gathered evidence of our own. However, we’ve also requested records from the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office (DAO) and Immigration Counsel Caleb Arnold.

…To further build our case, we requested the following information from the city:

Copies of all criminal cases reviewed by Arnold involving the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office (DAO)

Copies of any policy, guidelines, or criteria used to change or to recommend changing plea deals involving immigrants.

All DAO policies, guidance, standard operating procedures, and bulletins regarding the prosecution and adjudication of persons charged with committing a criminal offense.

City Hall refused to cooperate, denying us two of the three requests. Clearly, Philadelphia favor sanctuary for ILLEGALS over the rights of the city’s mostly
black citizens.

We must file a lawsuit.

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 The false narrative.

The press is publishing “FALSE INFORMATION” regarding the impact of illegal alien crime.

They do it in two ways

  1. Lying about the number of crimes from illegals.
  2. Writing stories to make you feel sorry for them.

Here’s an example from Patch.com

The new analysis attempted to address reader feedback that while legal immigrants overall may not increase crime, the study failed to account for immigrants who had entered the country unlawfully.

here’s what the statistics showed for the greater Philadelphia area:

  • Unauthorized immigrant population change from 2007 to 2016: insignificant change
  • Violent crime rate: 195 less crimes per 100,000 residents
  • Property crime rate: 610 less crimes per 100,000 residents

As for any nationwide trends, the authors gave a blunt assessment: “Growth in illegal immigration does not lead to higher local crime rates.” In fact, a large majority of cities saw both violent and property crimes fall between 2007 and 2016, in line with falling rates nationwide over the last 25 years.

Here’s what the statistics showed for the greater Philadelphia area:

  • Unauthorized immigrant population change from 2007 to 2016: insignificant change
  • Violent crime rate: 195 less crimes per 100,000 residents
  • Property crime rate: 610 less crimes per 100,000 residents

As for any nationwide trends, the authors gave a blunt assessment: “Growth in illegal immigration does not lead to higher local crime rates.” In fact, a large majority of cities saw both violent and property crimes fall between 2007 and 2016, in line with falling rates nationwide over the last 25 years.

Every lie needs the “feel good” story about the wronged illegal.
Like in this case of Ludvin Franco.

Below is an excerpt:

By October, when his wife gave birth to their baby girl at an Allentown hospital, Franco had already been deported.
He was 3,200 miles away, forced to watch the delivery on the tiny screen of his cellphone from his mother’s sweltering
house in Zacapa, Guatemala.

The story has all the elements. Father, pregnant mother and now a newborn. Deported.

While Franco may have been a “solid citizen”, he entered America illegally and pursued citizenship on a technicality ahead of legal immigrants.

Surprisingly, few municipalities keep data on crimes of illegals.

Nationwide data on crime by illegal aliens is unavailable mainly because most states don’t keep such records. For instance, California, with Hispanics making up more than 43 percent of its incarcerated population, provides no information on the alienage of its inmates. Texas does, though, and its Department of Public Safety reports that illegal aliens were arrested and charged with more than 298,000 crimes, an average of over 39,000 per year, from June 1, 2011 to the end of 2018. Though some of these arrests were for nonviolent crimes, such as theft, burglary, or drug offenses, they also include many violent crimes: 624 homicides, 1,911 robberies, and 3,955 sexual assaults (which, under Texas law, include rapes).

While these figures sound disturbing, we can’t say with certainty if they are high relative to the size of the illegal immigrant population because, as noted above, we really don’t know how many there are. A 2014 estimate by the Pew Research Center pegged the Texas figure at 1,650,000, or 6.3 percent of the state’s entire population. Homeland Security offered a higher estimate for 2015: 1,940,000, which accounted for 7.3 percent of the state’s population.

So we have no way of judging statistical accuracy because nobody has actually counted illegals. This offers a very convenient excuse when claiming low criminality.

There is a reason why municipalities don’t keep the data. It’s doesn’t correlate with the narrative that illegals are more law-abiding than most Americans.

 

However, there exists some data: 

The most recent report includes helpful insights into the current criminal alien population within two separate entities — the Bureau of Prisons and the U.S. Marshal’s Service. These two entities make up the total number of known or suspected aliens in federal custody.
At the end of the first quarter of FY 2018, there were 57,820 known or suspected aliens in federal custody. Within the report itself, the numbers are analyzed respective to the holding entity (BOP or USMS).

Bureau of Prisons The Bureau of Prisons is responsible for the custody and care of federal inmates. As of December 2017, BOP has custody of 38,132 known or suspected aliens. This represents approximately 21 percent of the total BOP population — meaning that one in five BOP inmates is an alien.

Of the 38,132 known or suspected aliens, approximately 66 percent were unlawfully present in the United States.

Some analysts charge that the reason there are so many aliens in federal custody is that they are there for primarily immigration-related offenses. This is certainly true, as about 29 percent of aliens in BOP custody have committed immigration offenses such as illegal reentry after removal.

But most of the aliens are incarcerated because of other federal crimes they committed. According to the report, 46 percent of these aliens committed drug trafficking or other drug-related offenses, which was the largest crime category committed by aliens in BOP custody. The remaining 25 percent committed a variety of other criminal offenses, including fraud, weapons charges, racketeering, and sexual crimes. Clearly, the large population of aliens in BOP custody cannot simply be explained away by immigration crimes.

U.S. Marshals Service (USMS)

The U.S. Marshals Service is charged with the housing and care of federal pretrial detainees. Interestingly, the USMS was the first federal law enforcement agency in the United States.

At the end of December 2017, USMS had 53,141 total individuals in their custody. Of those, 19,688 (37 percent) were identified by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) as confirmed aliens.

Unlike BOP, the majority of aliens in USMS custody were held for immigration offenses — USMS held 10,971 aliens (56 percent) for these crimes. Another 4,665 aliens (24 percent) were held for crimes related to drug trafficking.

Sixty-eight percent (13,449) of the aliens were apprehended in the Southwest region of the United States.

 In short, illegals are treated better in America than citizens. We expect our potential lawsuit against the city of Philadelphia to spur more lawsuits against so-called “sanctuary” cities.

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