A bill introduced by Arizona State Rep. John Kavanaugh (R) that is progressing through the state legislature would require the state to maintain a record of illegal aliens’ criminal activities.
In January, Kavanaugh introduced H.B. 2326, which called for all probation depts. in the state of Arizona to maintain a database of illegal alien criminals with identification information and details on the crimes they committed.
The Arizona Criminal Justice Commission (ACJC) would collect the following information about an illegal immigrant who is convicted of a crime in Arizona: their name, the offense they were convicted of, their date of conviction, along with their subsequent criminal sentence, and their booking picture.
The ACJC would be forced to make the information available on their website.
Alma Hernandez, a Democratic state representative from Arizona, voted for the bill in the state House on February 23. The plan passed through the state Senate’s Judiciary Committee on March 10 and is now waiting to be approved by Republicans who have a majority in the Arizona State Senate.
The bill must be approved by Senate President Karen Fann (R) and Governor Doug Ducey (R).
The goal of this bill is to assist Angel Families in preserving records of criminal acts committed by illegal aliens, which would be a significant first for the organization. The federal government and most states presently do not keep a daily or yearly record of crimes committed by illegal immigrants.
The lack of transparency has meant that American citizens are unaware of the degree to which illegal aliens commit criminal offenses after entering the United States across either overstaying a visa or illegally crossing international borders.
Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) has long said that at least 2,000 people are murdered by illegal aliens in the United States each year.
Although nobody knows for sure what the total is, we know that the Democrats, and even many fake Republicans, do not want the American people to know the extent to which illegals commit crime in the country. While many people believe the flow of illegals is about “cheap labor”… the fact that automation is taking over proves that economics has nothing to do with it and that there is more to the agenda.