Record, 5000 Dominicans deported from U.S. in just one year

Almost 10,000 Dominicans deported from the United States in only two years - That's two 747 full of hard core criminals every month. And it will continue....!!!

 

The Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) deported during the past year 4.978 Dominican ex-convicts after serving sentences in U.S. jails.

The Dominicans deported were serving sentences in the states of New York, New Jersey, Brooklyn, Texas, Chicago, Miami, Philadelphia and Puerto Rico for drug trafficking, homicide, assault, kidnapping, rape, bank fraud, money laundering and other crimes. According to data supplied, there was an increase in deportations of former inmates returned to Las Americas Airport in Dominican Republic from 4.858 in the year 2010 to 4.978 in 2011.

Currently, and according to statistics provided by the authorities more than five thousand Dominicans are imprisoned in the United States and Puerto Rico, accused of drug trafficking and other crimes. The Immigration authorities maintain surveillance protocol, done in collaboration between the National Police and the Attorney General's Office, they are producing register/database which has the history of each person, available on request.

 

Dominican Watchdog Note: The Dominican government may try to portray the DR as a wonderful tourist destination, but the fact is that crimes against tourists are growing and that more and more Dominican criminals are deported from other countries. Their only way of survival is for them to continue their crimes in the Dominican Republic. Dominican Watchdog is not tracking the hundreds of cases of theft from tourists, but we are tracking the killings of tourists and foreign investors, click on link below

WARNING! Too many tourists & foreign investors are killed in Dominican Republic - Body Count: 14, Who is next?

 

Read also: More than 20,000 Dominican criminals deported from the USA alone

     

“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. And what do you think these criminals are doing back home.....?

 

 

 

Original article in Spanish:

El Servicio de Inmigración y Naturalización de Estados Unidos (INS, por su sigla en inglés) deportó al país durante el pasado año a 4,978 ex presidiarios dominicanos, luego de que cumplieron condenas en cárceles norteamericanas.

Los deportados por el gobierno estadounidense cumplieron condenas en recintos carcelarios de esa nación, acusados de tráfico de drogas, homicidios, asaltos, secuestros, violación, fraudes bancarios, lavado de dinero y otros delitos. El año recién concluido hubo, según los datos suministrados, un aumento en las deportaciones de ex presidiarios dominicanos de 4,858 repatriados durante el año 2010 a 4,978 en el 2011. Actualmente, y de acuerdo con datos estadísticos proporcionados por las autoridades de la Dirección General de Migración en el aeropuerto Las Américas, hay más de cinco mil dominicanos guardando prisión en Estados Unidos y Puerto Rico, acusados de narcotráfico y otros delitos.

Los dominicanos deportados estaban cumpliendo penas en los estados de Nueva York, New Jersey, Brooklyn, Texas, Chicago, Miami, Filadelfia y Puerto Rico. Para dar continuidad a los deportados, las autoridades de Migración mantienen un protocolo de vigilancia, con la colaboración de la Policía Nacional y la Procuraduría General de la República, instancia encargada de elaborar ese registro, con una base de datos en la que se tiene todo el historial de cada persona, disponible para cualquier requerimiento.

Source: www.listindiario.com.do

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