PUBLISHED: 3:00 PM 15 Aug 2017

ICE Agents Hit With Lawsuit As ACLU Demands They Had No Right To Arrest Gang Members

The ACLU has filed a lawsuit to protect three suspected MS-13 gang members in New York. The action follows President Trump's increased illegal alien arrests with an emphasis on convicted criminals.

The ACLU has filed a lawsuit to protect three suspected MS-13 gang members in New York. The action follows President Trump's increased illegal alien arrests with an emphasis on convicted criminals.

The ACLU has filed a lawsuit to protect three suspected MS-13 gang members in New York. The action follows President Trump’s increased illegal alien arrests with an emphasis on convicted criminals.

In America, if a person is an illegal alien and involved in additional crimes, rest assured that there will be a leftist group willing to support the illicit conduct. This week, three suspected MS-13 gang members are being championed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). The liberal organization has filed a class-action lawsuit against Attorney General Jeff Sessions and a number of government agencies, including Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), for arresting three criminals.

They claim that the 17-year-old’s are just misunderstood students, not affiliated with the vicious MS-13 gang that terrorizes neighborhoods and leaves a trail of dead bodies wherever they go. The official complaint alleges that ICE is holding the trio on “suspicious of being gang members without substantiation.”

Bryan Johnson, a lawyer for the criminals, whined that illegals who settle in Brentwood, NY are living in a “police state.” Yet, the only people who are “under investigation” are those who demonstrate suspicious activity. In this case, young men who admit to being part of the deadly gang, or those who fulfill any of the other criteria ICE considers evidence of gang membership or affiliation.

Since President Trump took office, over 40,000 illegal residents have been rounded up for deportation, and at least 75 percent of those were violent criminals who'd been released under Obama's rule.

Since President Trump took office, over 40,000 illegal residents have been rounded up for deportation, and at least 75 percent of those were violent criminals who’d been released under Obama’s rule.

MS-13, the international ring of vile criminals, has been running rampant in America for the past decade. Under President Obama, nothing was done to stem the tide of murder, rape, and oppression afflicted by the group. In fact, the gang is connected to 17 inhuman murders over the last 18 months in Suffolk County, NY.

President Trump was elected to remove the monstrous illegal resident problem in the country. Since he took office, ICE has been cracking down on the worst offenders along with those who’ve been living off taxpayer money for decades.

In fact, by actually doing his job as the highest official in the executive branch, President Trump has drawn the ire of every alt-left, hater who wants to the nation collapse. After a mere five days in office, Trump removed the unlawful “catch and release” policy ICE was compelled to follow when capturing illegal violent criminals.

Over 1,100 MS-13 gang members, who are particularly vicious, have been arrested. ICE has been targeting the group because of high numbers of homicides and drug crimes associated with the gang.

Over 1,100 MS-13 gang members, who are particularly vicious, have been arrested. ICE has been targeting the group because of high numbers of homicides and drug crimes associated with the gang.

After 100 days in office, over 40,000 criminal residents had been arrested by ICE, a nearly 38 percent increase from the same period the year before. Of those arrested, 75 percent had been convicted of violent crimes that include homicide, assault, and drug-related charges, but were released during the Obama regime.

“We are going to get the bad ones out — the criminals, the drug deals and gangs,” Trump said. “The day is over when they can stay in our country and wreak havoc.”

Non-criminal arrests (well, other than being in the country illegally), have also increased over 50 percent. And in May, ICE completed a six-week sweep of illegal gang members, resulting in 1,378 captures, including nearly 1,100 confirmed gang members.

Last month, ICE arrested more than nine gang members suspected of being involved in the recent Suffolk County homicides. The Suffolk County Police Department isn’t being attacked by the ACLU, but police commissioner Timothy D. Sini has said that he would not apologize for aggressively targeting MS-13 members or cooperating with Department of Homeland Security.

The ACLU is trying to demonize the Trump administration with these three criminal residents, and has filed a lawsuit to protect them from justice.

The ACLU is trying to demonize the Trump administration with these three criminal residents, and has filed a lawsuit to protect them from justice.

The three teens in question were identified by various circumstances. One of the young men admitted to belonging to the gang, but the ACLU says that he wasn’t telling the truth. Another boy was suspended from school for making the “503” El Salvador gang sign in his notebook. The third person was arrested by police for allegedly “killing someone.”

So, these “teens” aren’t 13-year-old’s who were oppressed by a wicked, racist system. They are all serious young men who’ve demonstrated enough evidence to strongly suggest that they are involved in gang activities. Moreover, there’s absolutely no doubt that the “teens” are in the country illegally.

Many conservatives wonder what sort of ACLU idiots want to protect a group of possible killers. However, President Trump’s commitment to keeping his promises is heartening. Last week, surrounded by Long Island, NY police officers, the commander-in-chief told a group of supporters that he will continue to enforce the law and get rid of “animals” who prey on communities.

“They’re going to jails,” Trump yelled, “and then they’re going back to their country. Or they’re going back to their country, period.”

Good.