Thursday, May 4, 2017

DOJ: More Than Half Of Non-Citizen Prison Inmates Could Be Deported

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I did a little DEPORTATION math after reading the story below:

41,554 (incarcerated ILLEGALS) X $32,000 (annual cost of Incarcerating them) = $1,329,728,000.00

Nice down payment for Trump's wall and certainly put to better use than below:
The Department of Justice released Tuesday its latest figures on incarcerated aliens, revealing just how much of the U.S. federal prison population is currently subject to deportation.
That sound you heard is your Tax dollars
Overall, there are 45,493 foreign-born inmates in the federal system, of which 41,554 are non-citizens.
DOJ says 54 percent of those non-citizen inmates have been issued final orders of removal. In other words, federal authorities could reduce the prison population by 22,541 prisoners — immediately — if they had the ability to deport those aliens all at once.
The average annual cost of incarcerating a single federal prisoner is about $32,000, according to a Bureau of Prisons report.
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