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Hundreds of Illegals Arrested in ICE Raids

President Trump is releasing ICE on American cities to begin deportations, and this last week was a big success.

The Los Angeles Times reported that immigration arrests totaled more than 160 illegal aliens, most of whom had criminal records. The raids lasted five days and spanned multiple cities over the nation like Atlanta, New York and Chicago.

Director David Marin states that most of the people who were arrested had previous felonies. Others were just at the wrong place at the wrong time and caught. “The rash of these recent reports about ICE checkpoints and random sweeps and the like, it’s all false, and that’s definitely dangerous and irresponsible. Reports like that create panic, and they put communities and law enforcement personnel in unnecessary danger.”

There were some who weren’t happy with the new actions taking place by ICE and started protesting. Angelica Salas is the executive director of the Coalition for Humane Immigration Rights of Los Angeles and says that the practice of arresting illegals just for being in the country and not after they commit a violent crime “is not normal.”

Manuel Mosqueda was a house painter who lived in the suburbs of Los Angeles. Immigration officials came to his door looking for another man, but arrested him instead after verifying that he is in the country illegally.

Democratic lawmakers are upset by these arrests and they urge immigrants to know their rights when being approached by immigration officials, despite not having the same rights as people who are actually citizens in the country.

“Even under Obama we had sweeps or big operations where they would go into a particular neighborhood or say that this week we’re going to do a big operation and arrest people with certain profiles in certain parts of the city,” said Jennie  Pasquarella, a director of immigrant rights for the ACLU. “The piece of it that is new is some of the reports that we were getting yesterday indicating that there were people [arrested] who did not have any criminal convictions at all.”