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Federal Prosecution of Illegal Immigrants Soars

June 19, 2008  | 

The Bush administration has sharply ratcheted up prosecutions of illegal immigrants along the U.S.-Mexico border in the last year, with increases so dramatic that immigration offenses now account for as much as half the nation's federal criminal caseload.

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walkin' trails @ 6/23/2008 7:59 PM

Its a drop in the bucket, but it may indicate that the administration is trying to "feel our pain." Its about time that alien smugglers get jammed up. They have skated for years. I can think of some dope dealers, gang bangers, stash house operators, identity thieves, and hit and run drivers in my area that need to be added to the list.

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