Friday, June 24, 2016


At the request of Senators Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), and Rep. Joe Courtney (D-Conn.) DHS’ Office of Inspector General released a report showing that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials “could have and should have done more to remove Jean Jacques from this country before he had the chance to brutally murder Casey Chadwick."

Jean Jacques, an illegal alien, had been released only five months after serving 17 years in prison for an attempted murder in a separate case when he stabbed and killed 25-year-old Casey Chadwick in her home in 2015. Jacques had a final order of removal to be deported after serving his 17 years but ICE was forced to release him after their three attempts to deport him failed due to a Supreme Court ruling that limits how long an illegal alien can be detained.
Casey Chadwick died from stab wounds to her head and neck

According to the DHS report ICE lacked the documents needed to prove Jacques’ nationality so Haiti denied all three attempts by ICE to deport him back to his home country. After the third attempt the Haitian official said that ICE should try to go through the Haiti consulate in Miami, FL to get the documents needed to prove Jacques was a Haitian citizen. There are no records that ICE reached out to the consulate or that the agency formally escalated this case to get the State Department’s help in deporting....
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