Trump’s Homeland Nets 1,400 Gang-Bangers and Criminals Across America ⋆ American Lens

Trump’s Homeland Nets 1,400 Gang-Bangers and Criminals Across America

Trump’s Homeland goes after the worst

Bloods, Crips, Sureños, MS-13, Tango Orejon and other affiliated gang members have been arrested for a variety of crimes. Most of the charges include running drugs, guns and operating criminal enterprises.

It is clear that the President’s law enforcement priority has focused on domestic security in an attempt to reduce violence plaguing inner-city America including rape, sexual assault, murder, human trafficking, and drug trafficking for the first year of his presidency.

Sureños Gang
Sureños gang members pose for picture and flashing gang signs- via Twitter

During the sweep, 1,378 people were arrested. 21 were charged with murder. Of those, 993 were US Citizens while 445 were foreign nationals from 21 countries.

Global regions of arrestees include Central and South America, Asia, Africa, Europe and the Caribbean.

Cities where these arrests took place include Charlotte NC, Long Island NY, Los Angeles CA, San Francisco CA, Detroit MI, and others. Criminal enterprises operating in the United States will find no rest, no safe space, and no excuses under President Trump and the new leadership at the Department of Justice.

Tango Orejon Gang Tattoo- -via Bexar County Sheriff’s Office, CA

With President Trump’s leadership and under the guidance of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the Department of Homeland Security has focused on a powerful six-week effort to pursue and hunt for some of the most feared members of criminal organizations who prey and target poor and minority communities and fund global unrest with transnational crime.

Only three Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) were arrested in this operation, said the Homeland Security’s ICE press release.

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