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An average of 400 “criminal illegal immigrants” are being released every 10 days by the newly elected sheriff in Arizona’s most populous county, federal law enforcement sources tell Judicial Watch, many of them violent offenders. It’s part of Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone’s new policy to protect illegal aliens, even those who have committed serious state crimes, from deportation.

Under a longtime partnership between the county and the feds, the Phoenix field office of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) was notified when “aliens unlawfully present with additional Arizona charges” were released from the Maricopa County Jail, which is one of the nation’s largest with a population of about 8,000. That ended when Penzone, who refers to illegal immigrants as “guests,” took office this year and, though he formally announced the change last week, it was put into practice much earlier.

During a recent 10-day period, more than 400 criminal illegal immigrants were released from the Maricopa County Jail, according to federal law enforcement officials directly involved in the process in Phoenix. Weekdays are the busiest, with an average of about 40 criminal illegal aliens getting released from Maricopa County Jail facilities, the sources said.

On weekends the number drops to about ten each day. The illegal aliens have state criminal charges ranging from misdemeanors to felonies, driving under the influence and drug offenses. “There’s no telling how many criminals he’s (Sheriff Penzone) putting on the streets,” said a high-ranking federal law enforcement official stationed in Arizona. Judicial Watch’s calls to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office were not returned.

Before the new sheriff changed the system, ICE would send a wagon every 12 hours to pick up criminal illegal aliens scheduled to be released from the main jail in Maricopa County. Under the new policy, Maricopa County officials are not giving ICE “any notification at all of the release of criminal illegals,” according to an agency official in Phoenix who’s not authorized to talk and can’t be identified.

Without cooperation from county authorities, federal agents would have to stand at the door to the jail 24 hours a day and guess which prisoner should be deported, sources said. “We can’t stand out there and question everyone that walks out of that jail,” said a federal agent directly involved in the matter. “Even if we did, we would have to make arrests on the street, in the middle of protestors, families and picketers and that will only heighten the danger to agents.”

When Penzone announced the new policy at a press conference last week, ICE issued a statement calling it an “immediate, dangerous change.” The agency’s Phoenix director for enforcement and removal operations, Enrique Lucero, was quoted in local media saying: “Immigration detainers have been a successful enforcement tool to prevent the release of dangerous criminals to our streets and mitigate the possibility of future crimes being committed against the residents of our communities.”

Judicial Watch has filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to obtain specific figures and pertinent information related to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s policies involving criminal illegal aliens. “This is as bad as it gets,” said one federal officer.

Just this month an illegal immigrant released from the Denver County Jail in Colorado was arrested for murder. The Mexican national, Ever Valles, was released into the community in December even though he was a “known gang member” with a lengthy and violent criminal history.

The 19-year-old gangbanger was arrested in October on multiple charges, including possession of a weapon and vehicle theft, and was flagged by ICE for removal. Instead, Denver County officials released Valles without notifying ICE and this month he was arrested and charged with shooting a man to death during a robbery at a rail station in Denver.

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In Phoenix Arizona, a Mexican woman who has been living in the United States for two decades with no documentation was deported and some liberals are losing their minds.

Garcia de Rayos has lived here for 20 years illegally, but that isn’t why she was deported.

In 2008 she was arrested and convicted for using a fake Social Security number to work in the United States.

She was placed under deportation order and when she checked in with her immigration office on Wednesday, she was deported.

Within 24 hours she was back on Mexican soil for the first time in 20 years. Rayos’ deportation is possibly the first one in Arizona that is a direct result of Trump’s executive order on illegal immigration.

Anything that Trump does is met with resistance and protests. The deportation of Reyos is another example.

Protestors blocked the van that was carrying Rayos and taking her to the border. Seven were arrested.

The protestors think they are right in stopping the deportation of mother who also is an illegal immigrant and convicted criminal. Trump, ICE and law enforcement think that they are right in what they are doing to protect our borders.

America has found herself in quite the pickle.

Who do you think is right? Let us know in the comments.

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The FBI has found major breaches inside two states that affect the voter registration database and could affect the results of any election.

In order for our society to be free, we must be able to vote on the people and laws we want governing us, but what if you vote but it doesn’t matter?

The FBI has discovered that hackers have entered the voting systems for Illinois and Arizona. It is thought that these are not the only two states that have been affected, but just the ones that have been found so far.

The FBI is frantically searching for the people they think are responsible and they didn’t want the news to be broken.

On August 18th, the FBI sent an internal flash alert to the Cyber Division warning the agents not to disclose the identity of the hackers or the states that were hacked.

The story is now public thanks to an agent that wants to stay anonymous but leaked to Yahoo News. Reuters was able to get a copy of the internal document.

The scary thing to think about is that there are two states and probably more that have been hacked and we are just over two months away from one of the most politically divided elections in our history.

America has the right to know what states are affected and who is doing this. We also have the right to know what the FBI is planning on doing to make sure that hackers do not steal our elections.

There is more at stake here than just an election, the very essence of freedom is under attack and we have to find a way to stop it.

Do you think there are more states that have been hacked or is Illinois and Arizona the only two? Let us know in the comments below.

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