Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Phoenix a sanctuary city? Wait - A study found that Illegal immigrants commit crimes disproportionately

This is approximately what my car looked like that was stolen by illegal immigrant gang members. I rode two buses and a shuttle from the U-District to my job at Microsoft for months, in order to save up money and buy this car, my first car at age 22. After it was stolen, I went back to riding buses for many more months until I could save up enough money again to buy a second car. 
With Trump bringing back the program to allow local law enforcement to deal with illegal immigrants, and the City of Phoenix considering becoming a Sanctuary City, it's a good time to remind everyone of the study the Maricopa County Attorney's Office did in 2008 when I was there, which found that illegal immigrants commit crimes at a higher rate than the general population. I moved to Phoenix in 1999, and my car was stolen by illegal immigrant gang members. Since I could only afford liability insurance at the time, I was out a car. (Went back to riding the bus again for awhile until I could save up again to buy another car) We have a serious problem with illegal immigration and crime, and it's not going away, especially with the addition of radical Islamists coming into the country.
The study found that although illegal immigrants only comprised 9% of the population in Maricopa County, they accounted for:

• 16.5% of those sentenced for violent crimes
• 18.5% of those sentenced for property crimes
• 33.5% of those sentenced for the manufacture, sale or transport of drugs
• 50% of those sentenced for crimes related to “chop shops”
• 35.8% of those sentenced for kidnapping
• 20.3% of those sentenced for felony DUI.

1 comment:

Star Moffatt said...

Why has the State Bar of Arizona, been providing cash donations to fund legal services for "Illegal Immigrants?"

I can bet not a single Bar Member voted to have a portion of their Bar dues used, for providing legal services to "Illegal Immigrants" (Detainees), thereby supporting "Phoenix Sanctuary City" and other surrounding cities within Arizona.