Immigration Enforcement: The Rhetoric, The Reality
August 3, 2007, 5:22 pm
Filed under: News Stories

A recent study by Syracuse University shows that the two divisions of the Department of Homeland Security that deal with immigration and undocumented immigrants are spending very little time catching terrorists– few persons prosecuted for criminal offenses or deported for immigration law violations are terrorists. Most of the persons encountered are persons who entered without inspection (crossed illegally) or overstayed (entered legally but did not leave when their visa expired). The 911 terrorists were all overstays.

Read the article and see that a Border Wall is NOT needed to protect the United States from terrorist attacks.
http://trac. syr.edu/immigrat ion/reports/ 178/

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