|Don't worry, of all US prisoners, Migrants SERVE THE LEAST AMOUNT OF JAIL TIME OF ALL PRISONERS COMBINED. And these fellows want to come visit you at your house and show you what they learned in the boneyard...|
And happily, most NEVER serve their time because they are either taken to a sanctuary city and released or the border and released. TO COME RIGHT BACK INTO THE STATES.
Like the guy that was arrested and convicted of serious felonies including rape, and released on the streets or deported, until, after his 20th visit to the USA, he decided that raping and robbing wasn't enough. He decided to go on a killing spree.
Of the 187,855 inmates in Bureau of Prisons’ (BOP) custody, 42,034 — or 22 percent — are foreign-born aliens, according to the DHS figures.
The foreign-born share of the overall U.S. population is estimated at 13.5 percent.
The DHS report, a joint effort by BOP and Immigration and Customs Enforcement, is required under President Donald Trump’s January executive order on public safety. The previous iteration, released May 2, showed 41,544 aliens in the federal prison system. In addition to the BOP prisoners, the U.S. Marshals Service maintains custody of 12,000 “self-reporting” foreign-born prisoners in pre-trial detention, about 24 percent of the total number in USMS custody. More then 80 percent those aliens have final orders of removal, according to the DHS report.
DHS says it “continues to progress” toward collecting data on the immigrant population is state and local jails, which do not keep uniform records about the immigration status of prisoners.
The average annual cost of incarcerating a single federal prisoner is about $32,000, according to a BOP report.
“Illegal aliens who commit additional crimes in the United States are a threat to public safety and a burden on our criminal justice system,” Sessions said in a May statement.
“This is why we must secure our borders through a wall and effective law enforcement, and we must strengthen cooperation between federal, state and local governments as we strive to fulfill our sacred duty of protecting and serving the American people.”