More than 20,000 Dominican criminals deported from the USA alone
DominicanToday.com - Immigration director Sigfrido Pared revealed Sunday that the United States has deported more convicts this year than previous years, and in his vie are even sending them without serving out their prison sentences, which affects the number of criminal activities including drug trafficking and contract killings.

“Whether the number of deportees in 10 years is 15,000, 20,000 or 22,000, it’s still a very high number, that is to say, that when it goes from 15,000, 20,000 is almost the same insofar as it keeps us at the same level of concern in both cases,” the official said.

“If we compare it to the last few years this year’s increase has been greater, that is to say, that the first 11 months have increased and are nearly 3,000 deportees,” Pared said.

He added that although there’s no data that convincingly shows a direct link between drug trafficking and murders for hire, “somehow, I understand that a person who has been convicted of drug trafficking in the United States, if they are deported to his country, if they haven’t repented, they normally try to break the law again.”

 

Dominican Watchdog Note:

And what do you think these 20,000 criminals are doing back in the Dominican Republic..... making the streets a safer place? Many try to return to the USA, others will be looking to continue their criminal operations with help from corrupt officials and in many case be able to avoid jail in the DR!

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