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Saturday, July 21, 2012

Napolitano Deletes 287(g) Success Stories From DHS Website

Yet another nefarious outcome from Thursday's testimony before the house judiciary committee.  After canceling 287(g) agreements with seven Arizona law enforcement agencies, DHS Secretary Napolitano apparently forgot to take down agency success stories from the DHS website.
Via Weasel Zippers, from Washington Times:
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the part of her agency that handles the so-called “287(g) agreements” with states and localities, had a Web page dedicated to success stories from the program, pointing to the many dangerous criminal aliens who had been taken off the streets after local authorities nabbed them for another offense.
Hours after the Supreme Court last month upheld the part of Arizona’s law empowering local police to question immigration status of those they believe to be in the country illegally, Napolitano canceled the seven task-force agreements her department had with Arizona law enforcement agencies.
At Thursday’s hearing, Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-Va) tried to find out why — and pointed to the list of success stories on ICE’s website.
“There may be some success stories,” Ms. Napolitano replied, but said they were switching to the more cost-effective models.
“It doesn’t work. The program is expensive, and it doesn’t work the way Congress intended,” she said.
You wouldn't think Napolitano was the former Governor of Arizona, the way she is pushing the state's face in her crap!

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