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Mexico Exporting Criminals

The lamestream media told you:
Nothing.

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:
Citing reliable information from highly placed sources, a prominent Republican candidate for Governor of Arizona claimed, during a televised campaign debate on PBS, that Mexican officials are releasing criminals from prisons, transporting them to the U.S. border, and sending them across into the United States.

The wholesale dumping of Mexican criminals into the United States would be big news, if the lamestream media decided to followup on the claim, or at least report it. None apparently have.

Crime attributed to illegal aliens has skyrocketed in the desert state in recent years.

Mike Harris, a successful businessman running for the Republican nomination, made the claim, the only actually newsworthy element of the one-hour telecast. The rest of the debate revolved around typical platform items like lowering taxes, limiting government and banning tobacco. Those subjects were extensively covered in papers the next day.

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