Inside ICE: Volume 2, Issue 8 (Your tax dollars @ Work)

Inside ICE: Volume 2, Issue 8 (Your tax dollars @ Work)

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    Inside ICE: Volume 2, Issue 8 (Your tax dollars @ Work)

    Three Plead Guilty to Forcing Young Mexican Women Into Sexual Slavery

    NEW YORK, N.Y. - In one of the largest sex trafficking cases since the passage of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000, an ICE investigation led April 5 to guilty pleas from three Mexican men to 27 counts of forcing young Mexican women into prostitution in brothels throughout the New York City area. More


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    ICE Fighting Chinese Human Smugglers

    LOS ANGELES, CA - The discovery of 29 men in shipping containers aboard a vessel at the Port of Los Angeles and the deportation of a major figure in a heinous 1993 Chinese smuggling case mark the progress ICE is making in fighting the organized crime groups involved in Chinese human smuggling. In Los Angeles, Department More


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    ICE Arrests 38 in San Diego Gang Roundup

    SAN DIEGO, CA - A total of 38 aliens with suspected ties to a violent Oceanside, Calif., street gang were arrested March 29 in a joint operation that included ICE agents and members of the North County Regional Gang Task Force. More


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    ICE Breaks Guyanese Cocaine Smuggling Group

    NEW YORK, N.Y. - An ICE investigation has led to the arrest of 17 members of a Guyanese-based drug importation and distribution ring that smuggled hundreds of kilograms of cocaine through John F. Kennedy International Airport by concealing the drugs inside of frozen fish and chow mein noodle containers. More


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    ICE’s FPS Protects the Gates of Government

    On the surface, the mission of ICE’s Federal Protective Service (FPS) is massive. FPS provides law enforcement and security for some 9,000 federal facilities and more than one million daily workers and visitors in those buildings nationwide. But that’s just the tip of the FPS iceberg. More


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    ICE Arrests Man with Links to White Supremacy Group

    NEW YORK, N.Y. - A fugitive criminal alien with an AK-47 assault weapon and possible ties to a white supremacy group has been arrested by the New York City Fugitive Operations Unit of ICE. More


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    ICE Deports Filipino Man Who Exposed Himself to Schoolgirl

    PHILADELPHIA, PA. – A Filipino man with an extensive criminal history and a conviction for exposing himself to and propositioning a New York schoolgirl was removed from the United States by ICE officers. More


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    Tyler Jet Execs Get Prison Time for Money Laundering Scheme

    TYLER, TX - Two former executives of the Tyler Jet Co. were sentenced to federal prison for money laundering as the result of an investigation by ICE and other law enforcement agencies. More


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    Community Shield

    An ICE agent finds a three-foot machete hidden under the bed of Lever Alvarenga-Gamez, an active member of the violent street gang known as Mara Salvatrucha, or MS-13. Alvarenga-Gamez is from Honduras and is in the United States illegally. More
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    Yet another government arm striking fear into the hearts of Americans. I will bet there are agencies we never hear of lurking in the shadows of getting bad guys. There is much to read there and I will take my time and read about them through the week, thanks for the info.
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