Why do organized crime (not necessarily the “mafia” types, but more organized than the average group of illiterate Chicago Public School dropouts) folks like to train migrants to go commit property crimes? Because those “migrants” (they misspelled “illegal alien”) can commit crime with relative impunity thanks to No Cash Bail.
Most of them have bogus IDs. Their addresses are “tent on Michigan Ave” or similar. If they blow off court, how is Johnny Law supposed to track them down?
Exactly, they can’t.
What happens when you can commit crime without consequence?
You get more crime.
Elections have consequences. And the chickens are coming home to roost.
Criminal enterprises in the Chicago area are benefiting from the migrant crisis as they recruit illegal immigrants to carry out crimes with little legal repercussions, a former Illinois police chief says.
“The frustration with this migrant crime is really, I think, going to boil over,” retired Riverside Police Chief Tom Weitzel told Fox News Digital in a Zoom interview Monday. “You can pull up any article and see that some of these migrants are being arrested three and four and five times, over and over again, and released to commit more crime. … It’s not an exaggeration to say that it’s a revolving door. And the police officers are saying, ‘Just forget it. Why bother? Why bother even making the arrest?’”
Chicago and its surrounding areas have been the target of repeated migrant crimes, including quiet suburban malls seeing groups of people who illegally entered the U.S. ripping off department stores such as Macy’s.
Migrants are dropped off at landing zones and “immediately targeted by these organizations to go out and commit crime,” Weitzel said…
“I believe that six felony arrests in one day illustrates that migrant criminal activity is a real problem,” said Oak Brook Police Chief Brian Strockis said at the time. “The amount of these types of arrests that we have had in the last couple of months is significant and would be taxing for any police department. We are well-prepared to continue our enforcement efforts and I can assure you that there are easier places to commit these crimes than Oak Brook or DuPage County.”