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ICE Head Homan Warns of Increased Vigilence

January 4th 2018

US/Mex Border fence

Acting Director of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Thomas Homan, told Neil Cavuto on Fox News Channel that politicians who lead so-called sancutary cities should be charged with crimes. Among those cities are Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. Homan called on the Department of Justice to file charges against municipal government leaders who have policies that hinder federal immigration agencies. He said that these cities should be cut off from federal funding of law enforcement activities. 

Moreover, Homan said that sanctuary politicians should be held "personally accountable" for crimes committed by illegal aliens. Homan said, "We've got to start charging some of these politicians with crimes."

On Monday, California officially became a sanctuary state. Gov. Jerry Brown (D) signed the law in 2017 that makes the entire Golden State a sanctuary for illegal aliens. The law forbids police from asking persons about their immigration status or participate in immigration-related actions. "I think it's terrible–you got the state of California that wants to put politics ahead of public safety, ahead of officer safety. What they have done is forced my officers to arrest dangerous criminals on their turf, in their homes and places of business, rather than arresting them in the safety and security of a county jail," Homan said. "It's ridiculous to annoyingly and intentionally put law enforcement at risk."

Homan said of Gov. Brown, "If he thinks he's protecting immigrant communities, he's doing quite the opposite because if he thinks ICE is going away, we're not. There's no sanctuary from federal law enforcement." Further, he vowed, "I'm going to significantly increase our enforcement presence in California -- we're already doing it." Homan advised California to "hold on tight," adding, "They're about to see a lot more special agents, a lot more deportation hours in the state of California."


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