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Bibi1581 Blog For 06/08/2018: Evening Edition

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1…………> Aliens Incarceration: A Troubling Report 

President Trump’s Executive Order on Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States requires the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to collect relevant data and provide quarterly reports on data collection efforts. On June 7, 2018, DOJ and DHS released the FY 2018 1st Quarter Alien Incarceration Report, complying with this order.[1] The report found that more than one-in-five of all persons in Bureau of Prisons custody were known or suspected aliens, and 93 percent of confirmed aliens in DOJ custody were in the United States unlawfully. 

“The illegal immigrant crime rate in this country should be zero,” said Attorney General Sessions. “Every crime committed by an illegal alien is, by definition, a crime that should have been prevented. It is outrageous that tens of thousands of Americans are dying every year because of the drugs and violence brought over our borders illegally and that taxpayers have been forced, year after year, to pay millions of dollars to incarcerate tens of thousands of illegal aliens. That is another reason why the Department of Justice under President Trump’s leadership has instituted a zero-tolerance policy for illegal entry on our Southwest border. Today’s report is yet another reminder that we must continue this policy and help fulfill President Trump’s goals of restoring lawfulness to our immigration system and ensure that immigration serves the good of this country.” 

“Bad actors know well our legal loopholes which act as a magnet for illegal immigration,” said Secretary Nielsen. “As DHS continues to carry out President Trump’s immigration priorities to keep America safe, Congress must urgently act to close dangerous loopholes that attract criminal aliens and also inhibit our ability to remove them.” 

Section 16 of the Executive Order directs the Secretary of Homeland Security and the Attorney General to collect relevant data and provide quarterly reports regarding (a) the immigration status of all aliens incarcerated under the supervision of the Federal Bureau of Prisons; (b) the immigration status of all aliens incarcerated as federal pretrial detainees under the supervision of the United States Marshals Service; and (c) the immigration status of all convicted aliens in state prisons and local detention centers throughout the United States. 

A total of 57,820 known or suspected aliens were in DOJ custody at the end of FY 2018 Q1, including 38,132 persons in BOP custody and 19,688 in USMS custody. Of this total, 42,284 people had been confirmed by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to be aliens (i.e., non-citizens and non-nationals), while 15,536 aliens were still under investigation by ICE to determine alienage and/or removability. 

Among the 42,284 confirmed aliens, 39,413 people (93 percent) were unlawfully present. These numbers include a 62 percent unlawful rate among 38,132 known or suspected aliens in BOP custody and a 78 percent unlawful rate among 19,688 confirmed aliens in USMS custody. 

Approximately 16,233 aliens in USMS custody required housing in state, local, and private facilities, which cost $1,458,372.72 a day. 

For the first time, the Quarterly Alien Incarceration Report included examples of newly sentenced or incarcerated aliens in BOP custody. These examples include, but are not limited to: 
Anibel Rondolpho Rodriguez, an illegal alien from Honduras who was residing in Freeport, NY, was sentenced to 45 years in prison after he pled guilty to racketeering charges, two murder conspiracies, two attempted murders, and threatening to commit assault. 
Eduardo Martinez, an illegal alien who was residing in Fort Wayne, Indiana, was sentenced to 324 months in prison after he pled guilty to possession with intent to distribute more than a kilogram of heroin, distribution of over 50 grams of methamphetamine, and possession of a firearm. 
Pedro Quintero-Enriques, an illegal alien from Mexico who was residing in Summerdale, Alabama, was sentenced to 108 months in prison after he pled guilty to illegal reentry after deportation and felon in possession of firearms. 

This report does not include data on the alien populations in state prisons and local jails because state and local facilities do not routinely provide DHS or DOJ with comprehensive information about their inmates and detainees—which account for approximately 90 percent of the total U.S. incarcerated population. 

Information Regarding Immigration Status of Aliens Incarcerated Under the Supervision of the Federal Bureau of Prisons 

The Department of Justice’s Bureau of Prisons (BOP) has an operational process for maintaining data regarding foreign-born inmates in its custody. On a quarterly basis, BOP supplies this information to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). ICE, in turn, analyzes that information to determine the immigration status of each inmate and provides that information back to BOP. 

Out of the 183,058 inmates in BOP custody, 38,132 (twenty-one percent) were reported by BOP as known or suspected aliens. Further details regarding these 38,132 known or suspected aliens are as follows: 
20,976 (55 percent) were unauthorized aliens who are subject to a final order of removal; 
11,698 (31 percent) remain under ICE investigation; 
2,850 (seven percent) were unlawfully present and now in removal proceedings; 
2,484 (approximately seven percent) were lawfully present aliens but are now in removal proceedings; and 
124 were aliens who have been granted relief or protection from removal. 

Information Regarding the Immigration Status of Aliens Incarcerated as Federal Pretrial Detainees 

USMS identified 19,688 confirmed aliens under ICE investigation detained at USMS facilities. Further details regarding these 19,688 confirmed aliens are as follows: 
13,858 (70 percent) were aliens who are subject to a final order of removal; 
3,838 (19 percent) remain under ICE investigation; 
1,560 (7.9 percent) were unlawfully present and now in removal proceedings; 
387 (approximately two percent) were lawfully present but are now in removal proceedings; and 
45 were aliens who have been granted relief or protection from removal. 

Pending Charges Against Confirmed Aliens in USMS Custody 

Of the 19,688 confirmed aliens in USMS custody, 10,971 (56 percent) were in custody for an immigration-related offense. Additionally, 4,665 (nearly 24 percent) aliens were in custody for drug-related offenses. Further details regarding the related charges of these inmates are as follows: 
974 (approximately five percent) were in custody for supervision violations; 
889 (approximately five percent) were in custody for property offenses; 
391 (approximately five percent) were in custody for weapons violations; 
378 (approximately two percent) were in custody for violent crimes; 
745 (approximately four percent) in custody were material witnesses. 

Immigration Status of All Convicted Aliens Incarcerated in State Prisons and Local Detention Centers Throughout the United States 

Some state and local jurisdictions already take proactive measures to make this data available to the public. For example, the Texas Department of Public Safety publishes data online regarding criminal alien arrests and convictions. These data do not account for all aliens in the Texas criminal justice system, as they are limited to criminal alien arrestees who have had prior interaction with DHS resulting in the collection of their fingerprints. 

As reported by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS), 251,000 criminal aliens have been booked into local Texas jails between June 1, 2011 and April 30, 2018, according to DHS status indicators. These criminal aliens were charged with: 
More than 663,000 criminal offenses; 
1,351 homicides; 
7,156 sexual assaults; 
9,938 weapons charges; 
79,049 assaults; 
18,685 burglaries; 
79,900 drug charges; 
815 kidnappings; 
44,882 thefts; 
4,292 robberies.

2…………> “Goodbye & So Long”: Bourdain 

US celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain, the host of CNN’s food and travel-focused “Parts Unknown” television series, has died at the age of 61, found in his hotel room in France, having taken his own life. 

Celebrity chef Eric Ripert, who found Bourdain’s body, released a statement saying he was a dear friend. 

“He was an exceptional human being, so inspiring and generous. One of the great storytellers of our time who connected with so many,” Ripert said. 

CNN said: “His love of great adventure, new friends, fine food and drink and the remarkable stories of the world made him a unique storyteller. His talents never ceased to amaze us and we will miss him very much. Our thoughts and prayers are with his daughter and family at this incredibly difficult time.” 

Bourdain was twice divorced and has a daughter from his second marriage. 

His girlfriend, actress, and activist Asia Argento said on Twitter she was “beyond devastated” and called him “my love, my rock, my protector”. 

The chef, author and television personality was born in New York City and was raised in Leonia, New Jersey.

3…………> A Medal For Uncle Vladimir: Cousin Xi 

President Trump’s usual suspects, aka “the bully boys” Putin, Xi & Co who have steadfastly refused to submit to New World’s Disorder by backing their currencies with gold bullion, aggressively re-arming their armies, and started a drive away from US dollar and into Chines yuan, have done it again: President Xi Jinping awarded his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin the first-ever Friendship Medal of the People’s Republic of China in a ceremony held at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. Wang Huning and Han Zheng, both members of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, attended. 

Friendship Medals, the highest state honor to foreigners, are presented to foreign friends who have made outstanding contributions to China’s modernization drive, promoting exchange and cooperation between China and the world, and safeguarding world peace, Xi said when delivering a speech. 

As a leader of a major country with global influence, President Putin is “an old friend” and “a good friend” of the Chinese people, Xi said. 

“Thanks to President Putin, bilateral ties have withstood the test of the ever-changing international situation, Xi said, noting the deepened political and strategic mutual trust, great progress in pragmatic cooperation in various fields, and the enhanced friendship between the two peoples”. 

“The China-Russia relations, standing at a high level, have benefited the two peoples and served as a model of harmonious coexistence of major countries and neighboring countries. Such relations have contributed to the building of a new type of international relations and a community with shared future for humanity”, Mr.Xi said.

4…………> The Smell Of Rats: Chinese “Good Chemistry” 

Chinese hackers targeted a contractor who works for the Naval Undersea Warfare Center, a military entity based in Newport, Rhode Island, getting away with a large amount of sensitive data from a US Navy contractor, including plans to develop a new type of submarine-launched anti-ship missile.

The pirated files comprised 614 gigabytes containing information about a project known as Sea Dragon, as well as signals and sensor data, submarine radio room information relating to cryptographic systems and the Navy submarine development unit’s electronic warfare library, all this reported as President Trump greeted his friend, Japan PM Mr. Abe, and will soon on the way to meet with China’s President Mr. Xi’s nephew, the incomparable Comrade Un, the same man who reportedly executed his own uncle using an army howitzer last year.

5…………> Market Report 06/08/2018, sell stop 25,100, CG(10322), 11/22/17 

Closed position short 24400, cover shortstop 24500, for a loss of 50 DIA points. 

New position long 24500, sell stop 25100 for a gain of 600 points.

Stocks were up 75 to 25316, DJ futures 51, attempt to stage a covering short rally.

Gold up to 1303.5 and USD/CHF at 1.01 despite President Trump setting tariffs on Chinese products. Translation? As the dollar goes down, we have to wait and see if the new Fed Chair Jerome Powell will continue pressuring gold and the Eurasian block with it down below $1000/oz in an economic WW3. Watch sell stop at 25,100. 

We have to wait and see if new Fed chair Powell will attempt to destroy Eurasian block by sending gold prices below 1000, despite the fact both Russia and China have been buying their whole gold production in local gold backed currency instead of money printing machines. In other words, US has lost controls of the precious metals complex, and with Trump’s infrastructure and tax cut campaign the National debt will soon be at, or over 30 trillion dollars, since D.C. swamp alligators have no intention dropping their pet projects.
 Read “Ziban Must Die” for more details on the coming collision of Trump’s administration with “Deep State” operators funded by the billionaires’ supporters of the New World.

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