Anarcho-tyranny: Judges Free Illegal-alien Felons; Law-abiding Locked Down
Written by R. Cort Kirkwood
More than 150 illegal-alien rapists, murderers, and other criminals might get away with their crimes, thanks to judges who have loosed the border-jumping thugs from detention.
As of April 24, Immigration and Customs Enforcement reported yesterday, judges have freed nearly 200 illegals as the Chinese coronavirus keeps Americans out of work and locked in their homes. About 90 percent of the illegals have one or more convictions or criminal charges pending.
Like state and local officials who have freed criminals from jails and prisons to protect them from the Asiatic pathogen, these judges are imposing what the late Sam Francis called anarcho-tyranny. Judges and elected officials permit criminals and illegal aliens to run loose in the streets, but weave an ever-widening web of laws, rules, and regulations, some of them unconstitutional, to ensnare law-abiding citizens for prosecution.
“There is a growing number of individuals who have been released as a result of judicial orders,” ICE reported yesterday. “These are non-discretionary releases on the part of ICE, and as a result, they do not necessarily undergo the same public safety, flight risk, and/or medical analysis.”
ICE and the department of Justice and Homeland Security are fighting the decisions in court, the agency reported, which won’t stop the released thugs from committing crimes.
“Many of the individuals ordered released by federal courts have extensive criminal histories and pose a potential public safety threat,” ICE reported.
ICE field offices in Boston, Buffalo, Chicago, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Newark, Philadelphia, and San Francisco report that judges have ordered the release of 192 illegals, 171 of whom, or 89 percent, either face or were convicted of one or more crimes, including rape and murder.
Almost all — 163 of the 192, or about 91 percent — came from field offices in Los Angeles, Boston, New York, and Philadelphia. And nine out of 10 of those were convicts or face charges.
The Los Angeles field office reported the release of 52 illegals, 43 of whom have charges or convictions for crimes that include homicide, child cruelty or molestation, or assault with a deadly weapon.
Almost every illegal released from detention by the Boston field office, 42 of 44, is charged with or was convicted of crimes including rape, assault, drug trafficking, or domestic violence.
The story was the same in the report from New York, ICE reported: 32 of 34 have charges or convictions that include rape, sexual assault, child cruelty, drunk driving, or drug possession.
Philadelphia: 29 of 33 have charges or convictions.
The number from San Francisco is small compared to the other four. Eight of 10 face charges or have convictions.
ACLU: Time for Anarcho-tyranny
The releases are hardly a surprise.
As Breitbart.com reported on Sunday, one of the groups using the virus as a stalking horse to free criminals is the subversive American Civil Liberties Union, which last week sued the jail in Orange County, California, to force the release of 500 criminals. ACLU says the jail must free them because they might catch the Chinese Virus.
Anarcho-tyranny is how Francis, the award-winning late conservative columnist, described the end game of leftist elected officials, the ACLU, and the left-wing judges who do their bidding. Criminals go free and the law-abiding are punished.
“What we have in this country today, then, is both anarchy (the failure of the state to enforce the laws) and, at the same time, tyranny,” Francis wrote in 2005.
What’s the tyranny?
The enforcement of laws by the state for oppressive purposes; the criminalization of the law-abiding and innocent through exorbitant taxation, bureaucratic regulation, the invasion of privacy, and the engineering of social institutions, such as the family and local schools; the imposition of thought control through “sensitivity training” and multiculturalist curricula, “hate crime” laws, gun-control laws that punish or disarm otherwise law-abiding citizens but have no impact on violent criminals who get guns illegally, and a vast labyrinth of other measures. In a word, anarcho-tyranny.
Thus, anarcho-tyranny is a central feature of the government’s response to the virus: On the one hand, free criminals, including illegal-alien rapists and murderers; on the other, force the law-abiding to stay home and wear masks when they go out, then arrest small business owners who try to work, or Christians who hold or attend a religious service.
R. Cort Kirkwood is a long-time contributor to The New American and a former newspaper editor.
Courtesy of The New American