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Kirsanow: Illegal Immigrants ‘Commit More Crime’ And ‘More Serious Crimes’

Mike Brest Reporter

Peter Kirsanow, a member of the United States Commission on Civil Rights, provided evidence that illegal immigrants in the United States commit crimes more frequently — and commit crimes of a more violent nature — than citizens during his appearance on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on Thursday.

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“The overwhelming amount of data that shows that illegal aliens commit not only commit more crime at a higher rate that is, than lawful residents, but more serious crimes at a far higher rate,” Peter Kirsanow, the author of Second Strike, said. “We are not talking about a little bit, he conveniently mentioned Texas to claim that the homicide rates among illegal aliens is 44% lower that that for lawful residents. He chose the one state where it is true.”

He continued, “The homicide rates are lower for illegal aliens, by 15%, not 44%. But if you look at every other state, it is significant how much more, not just the homicide rate, but every other serious crime, rape, aggravated assault, you name it. So much more for example. In New York, 27% of incarcerated illegal aliens are incarcerated for murder, not jaywalking.”

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