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California: Judge’s Ruling Could Give Over 10,000 Sex Offenders Early Parole

  Judge’s Ruling Could Give Over 10,000 Sex Offenders Early Parole Anders Hagstrom Justice Reporter California prisons may be forced to let out thousands of sex offenders on early parole, despite Gov. Jerry Brown’s promises that no such thing would happen. Sacramento County Superior Court Judge Allen Sumner’s ruling relates to the state’s recent referendum on Proposition 57 that orders California prisons to consider early parole for non-violent offenders, the Los Angeles Times reported. Brown, a Democrat, had promised voters that non-violent sex offenders would not see the benefits ofRead More


Brutal Neck Stabbing Committed By Illegal Immigrant Who Was Deported 7 TIMES

  EXCLUSIVE: California Neck Stabber Was Illegal Immigrant Deported 7 Times Saagar Enjeti White House Correspondent A California man suspected of stabbing a fellow diner last month is an illegal immigrant who’s been deported previously seven times, a spokesman for Immigration and Customs Enforcement tells The Daily Caller. The suspect, Eulalio Miniz Orozco, allegedly was captured on surveillance cameras on Dec. 21 getting up from his table while eating and brutally stabbing a fellow diner in the neck at Lola’s Supermarket in the Santa Rosa area. Orozco was arrested byRead More


Center For Immigration Studies REPORT: Non-Citizens Commit More Federal Crimes Than Their Share Of US Population

  REPORT: Non-Citizens Commit More Federal Crimes Than Their Share Of US Population Will Racke Immigration and Foreign Policy Reporter Non-U.S. citizens are convicted of many more federal crimes than their share of the population would suggest, according to an analysis published Wednesday. Unlike state and local jurisdictions, the federal government tracks the citizenship status of the criminal defendants it convicts, breaking them down into citizens and non-citizens, which includes both legal and illegal immigrants. Of all the federal defendants convicted of non-immigration crimes between 2011 and 2016, roughly 21Read More


LAPD is asking for help identifying a thief caught on a surveillance camera

The Los Angeles Police Department is asking for the public’s help to identify a woman caught on a surveillance camera stealing a 78-year-old victim’s purse in the Koreatown neighborhood of Los Angeles. Watch:    


Violent Crime: 88 Percent Of Chicago Murderers Got Away With It In 2017

  88 Percent Of Chicago Murderers Got Away With It In 2017 Anders Hagstrom Justice Reporter Chicago Police have only charged a suspect in 12 percent of homicide cases in 2017, meaning city residents had an 88 percent chance of getting away with murder last year. Chicago suffered 604 fatal shootings in 2017, 570 that have yet to be solved, according to Heyjackass.com, a website that has documented accurate violent crime statistics regarding the city of Chicago since 2013. These numbers comes as Chicago police are touting a decreased rateRead More