Facts and figures from Texas Department of Public Safety reveal some shocking numbers. Too bad the political gangsters have an endless supply of diversionary tactics and the MSM to deliver them. Speaking of the Hocus Pocus cronies, before the shocking numbers are revealed here’s a recent speech delivered by Paul Weston to members of the English Defense League rallying outside 10 Downing Street last week. Seems to me the charges he makes are applicable on this side of the Atlantic, too. The only thing is this sleeping giant hasn’t really stirred yet.
Five minutes of Paul Weston.
OK. From http://www.dps.texas.gov/administration/crime_records/pages/secureCommStatsTx.htm
The State of Texas has averaged over 71,000 total criminal arrests per month in local Texas jails since February 2012. Over that same period, more than 8% of the total arrests per month are foreign nationals, regardless of immigration status. That 8% equates to an average of 5,932 individual criminal aliens arrested per month. Within that criminal alien total, over 40% are recidivists – meaning they have at least one prior criminal arrest in Texas and were identified as a criminal alien at that time. There are two possible avenues to fall in the recidivist category: 1) the criminal alien was arrested, released from jail, and reoffended; or 2) the criminal alien was arrested, deported, reentered the United States, and reoffended. The chart below depicts those monthly statistics from February 2012 through July 2014…
…The program for monitoring criminal alien arrests in Texas began in October 2008. From October 2008 through August 1, 2014, Texas has identified a total of 207,076 unique criminal alien defendants booked into Texas county jails. Over their criminal careers, these defendants are responsible for at least 652,979 individual criminal charges in Texas. All charges reported to DPS must be supported by fingerprints. While DPS maintains offenses ranging from Class C misdemeanors to Capital felonies, the Class C misdemeanors make up only 6% of the criminal alien charges. More than half of the charges are Class A misdemeanors and felonies, including 3,089 homicides and 8,070 sexual assaults as seen on the chart below…
But wait! There’s more! This is the Significant Border Incidents page that was started earlier this year at the request of the Texas Legislature. It summarizes the events we’ll never see, read or hear about outside Texas. Of course, these events are only those that can be shared with the public. Heaven knows too much truth gives modern Americans a case of the vapors.
Some interesting data here which raises at least one question. Recognizing the numbers were compiled 9/11/14 for this years activity, there appears to be a significant drop in drug confiscations across the board. Does that mean interdiction has significantly improved or political gangsters are greasing the skids for the cartels?