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Child Rapist, Man Who Sold Child For Sex, Drug Dealers Among Those Under Murphy, Grewal Protection in New Jersey, Taken Out by ICE

TRENTON-New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy and Attorney General Gurbir Grewal have effectively cut the U.S. Immigration and Customs department out of everyday life for police in New Jersey but a sweep last week details the types of criminals the hands-off directive will be safeguarding.

ICE offered a glimpse of the crimes these illegals have committed and without their effort, would still be walking the streets of New Jersey as police officers would never have had the opportunity to report these offenders, some violent, some involving the molestation of children and drug dealers to the proper authorities to begin their deportation proceedings.

Among the 105 arrested during this operation include:

  • In Palisades Park, a 59-year-old Korean national, who has an Interpol warrant to serve his sentence for the crime of indecent acts by compulsion causing bodily injury;
  • In Palisades Park, a 44-year-old Korean national, who has an Interpol warrant to serve his sentence for the crime of distribution of psychotropic drugs;
  • In West New York, a 34-year-old Ecuadorian national, who has an Interpol warrant for the crime of fraud;
  • In Paterson, a 54-year-old Russian national, who has an Interpol warrant for the crime of large scale fraud;
  • In Union City, a 35-year-old Ecuadorian national, who has a conviction of forcible touching on a child;
  • In Jersey City, a 35-year-old Venezuelan national, who has a conviction of¬†distribution of narcotics;
  • In Union City, a 52-year-old Mexican national, who has a conviction of promoting prostitution with a child.
  • In New Brunswick, a 34-year-old Honduran national, who has a conviction of Endangering the Welfare of a Child;
  • In Bayonne, a 43-year-old Canadian national, who has a conviction of distribution of narcotics on school grounds;
  • In Jamesburg, a 25-year-old previously deported Guatemalan national, who was arrested for aggravated assault and possession of a weapon. An ICE detainer was lodged with Middlesex County Jail but they refused to honor the ICE detainer and released the subject;
  • In Toms River, a 28-year-old Egyptian national, who has three convictions for possession and distribution of narcotics;
  • In Jersey City, a 41-year-old Taiwanese national, who has convictions for extortion and bank fraud;
  • In Atlantic City, a 38-year-old Cuban national, who has a conviction for aggravated criminal sexual contact;
  • In New Brunswick, a 48-year-old Jamaican national, who has convictions for conspiracy to commit robbery and possession of a weapon;
  • In Freehold a 28-year-old El Salvadorian national, who is a member of MS-13;
  • In New Brunswick, a 19-year-old Mexican national, who is a member of the 18th street gang;
  • In Newark, a 31-year-old Mexican national, who is a member of the Surenos-13th street gang;
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These are the people Phil Murphy and Gurbir Grewal are protecting while they handcuff our state’s law enforcement officers with dangerous and negligent hands-off policing directives.¬† As New Jersey becomes a sanctuary state, the federal government has made their position clear, they will continue safeguarding the lives of legal New Jersey residents and continue their operations throughout the state.

 

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