Explosive story from Full Measure

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Sharyl Attkisson had one hell of an explosive story this morning on her program Full Measure.

Despite the fact that the Trump Administration is apprehending criminal illegals for deportation, those criminals may not be leaving any time soon.

Why?

Some 30 countries are refusing to take them back.

And if they won’t take it back, we have to release those criminals in the US.

But there is a legal solution that isn’t being enforced.

Attkisson sat down with Democrat Congressman Henry Cuella from Texas for today’s Full Measure to discuss this.

Take a moment to watch:

Sharyl: In 2001, the Supreme Court ruled that the U.S. cannot indefinitely hold immigrant criminals if their own countries refuse to take them back. Cuban-born Abel Arango had multiple felony convictions in the U.S. for armed robbery, burglary and grand theft. A judge ordered his deportation, but Cuba refused to take him back. He was released in Miami, later arrested for five felony cocaine charges, released again, and — in 2008— he gunned down a Ft. Myers, Florida police officer, Andrew Widman.

Check out Full Measure’s website HERE

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3 thoughts on “Explosive story from Full Measure

  • March 19, 2017 at 2:58 pm
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    Make taking back Cuban criminals part of any ‘normalization’ between Cuba and the US. Plus the extradition of those who committed murder in the US. Make that non negotiable.

  • March 19, 2017 at 7:36 pm
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    Looks like we’ll have to adopt the old British version of sending criminals to a faraway island to fend for themselves.
    Might I suggest Borneo in the Java Sea?

    • March 19, 2017 at 9:39 pm
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      Ft. Jefferson , Dry Tortugas…50 miles west of Key West….there is no fresh water supply, so would have to ship it in…and that is your control…behave or no water or food.

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