Kansas City is now in the midst of a nationwide immigration battle taking place in the courts, amid upcoming midterm election chatter and on local streets.

To wit and just sent to the blog via our pals on the both sides of the debate . . .


The operation was low-key and out of the eyes of the MSM but an uptick in local protest, word on Spanish-language social media and warnings earlier this week in local churches seemed to telegraph the move . . .

Accordingly, and just as we reported, Kansas City activists are mobilizing to protest in favor of the Dream Act right now and demanding Congressional action to protect more undocumented residents . . .

That should be fun, in the meantime check the deets about the recent KC Metro Area round-up . . .

ICE arrests 20 in Kansas City during 4-day operation targeting criminal aliens and immigration fugitives

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Federal officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) arrested 20 criminal aliens and immigration violators in the Kansas City metro area during a four-day enforcement operation, which ended Thursday.

During this operation, ERO deportation officers made arrests in the following Missouri cities: St. Joseph (6), Belton (1), Blue Springs (1), Independence (2) and Kansas City (6). ICE officers also made arrests in the Kansas cities of Olathe (3) and Lawrence (1). Fifteen men and five women, ages ranging 18-61, were arrested.

Aliens arrested during this operation are from the following countries: Brazil (1), El Salvador (3), Guatemala (6), Honduras (1), Mexico (7), Romania (1) and Sierra Leone (1).

Several of the aliens targeted by ERO deportation officers during this operation had prior criminal histories that included driving under the influence, child neglect, child abuse, drug offenses, fraud and larceny. Four of these were arrested for illegally re-entering the United States after having been deported, which is a felony. Two overstayed lawful visits to the U.S.

All were amenable to arrest and removal under the U.S. Immigration and Nationality Act.

The following are criminal summaries of some of the offenders arrested in the Kansas City area during this operation:

- A 55-year-old, Mexican citizen who overstayed a lawful visit to the U.S. by more than 12 years. She was arrested Feb. 26, 2018 in Johnson County Kansas. She was previously convicted of child neglect and was sentenced to a year in jail. She is currently in ICE custody pending removal proceedings.

- On Feb. 28, 2018, a 38-year-old Mexican citizen was arrested in Olathe, Kansas. He has a 2012 conviction for fraud. He was issued a warrant of removal and was placed in ICE custody pending removal from the United States.

Depending on an alien’s criminality, an alien who re-enters the United States after having been previously deported commits a felony punishable by up to 20 years in federal prison, if convicted.

“The continued results of our deportation officers underscore ICE’s ongoing and steady commitment to public safety,” said Ricardo Wong, field office director for ERO Chicago. “As part of this operation, we continue focus on the arrest of individuals who are criminal aliens and public safety threats. Because of the tireless efforts of these professional officers, there are fewer criminals in our communities.”

ICE deportation officers carry out targeted enforcement operations daily nationwide as part of the agency’s ongoing efforts to protect the nation, uphold public safety, and protect the integrity of our immigration laws and border controls.

These operations involve existing and established Fugitive Operations Teams.

During the targeted enforcement operations, ICE officers frequently encounter other aliens illegally present in the United States. These aliens are evaluated on a case-by-case basis, and, when appropriate, they are arrested by ICE officers.

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  1. Would it be rude to say Adios?

    1. Romania? Really?

      I guess the weather is sometimes just a bit nicer than that here.

    2. But who is going to build the wall?

      Or are we going to take away the guns first?

      And when does Mexico send the first check to pay for the wall. The president is all over the place and it's very hard to keep track of his promises. 20 is a lot of people though, almost a full shift at any fast food restaurant. It might take them a few days to recover.

  2. It's about time

  3. 20? That’s all? Should be about 20000, for starters.

  4. ^^^ That's never going to happen. Obama deported more.

    Trump lied to you. Sorry.

  5. Explains not seeing as many vans at Quick Trip in the morning with 20 painters in it.

  6. Obama did not deport more. You are lying to us. Not sorry.

  7. 2000 will be at the Bermuda Club in KCK tomorrow night.

  8. 20 is a massive round up!!! 2000 or 20000 is a massive round up....20 is like taking a walk on the west side....

  9. Sounds like that protest will be a good place to round up more of these roaches.

  10. 20 is a massive roundup? They could right now get thousands in Garden City, KS but don't? Why not? Oh that's right, Tyson bribes, I mean contributes to Republican politicians in Kansas to keep them here.

  11. Geez you would think Sly would have at least warned the illegals.

    1. Sly was too busy licking developers assholes.

  12. They just scratched the shit surface. Trying to get the worst of the bunch first.

    7:59 Tyson is a huge Democrat contributor. Clinton lovers!

    Garden City workers are green carded. Familes.... not so much.

    Eat Mor Chikn !

  13. Kill Mor Niggkras

  14. Good job, ICE. 20 is 20. At least it’s a start.

  15. Way to go ICE ! Please keep up the stellar performance and MAGA !¡!¡ Hey President , build the WALL ! Keep the criminals in Mexico !¡!!

  16. Sanctuary Soon A Shithole!3/2/18, 11:18 PM

    Mayor Libby Schaaf (Oakland, Commiefornia) SHOULD BE CHARGED WITH OBSTRUCTION, for her dissing law and order in America! She is reported to have warned of ICE arrests,tipping off illegals before a four day ICE operation in the San Francisco area was completed. The 232 arrests were less than a third of the orders for that area. ICE issued the detentions for those illegals charged with serious crimes, and for repeat re-entry violators.

  17. 10:49 is spot on , as well as the above poster ! Illegal smelly bitches are here illegally , meaning that those wetback azzholes already broke our law , those who have committed crimes here should be tossed into federal prison , then deported if they live after being locked up !¡!! Any argument over that ???

  18. I agree, Americans can’t do the same in their countries without going to jail, why do progressives insist on babying these law breakers

  19. Too bad the libtards are just using these clowns. The Democrats will never vote for a Dream Act fix. If they do the they wont be able to bitch come mid-terms.

  20. OH, BOO-HOO I've been in this country for over ten years and now you want to break up me and my family. ICE is SOOOOOOO unfair! I am a citizen of Hamerica!

    Oh, I'm not? I broke the law? I didn't follow the rules?

    I'm sorry just let me stay anyway.


  21. I hope they arrest the one(s) that stole my bicycle.


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