ICE SVU Avoiding Illegal Aliens And Voting Fraud And Targeting Americans
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No nexus to customs or immigration law, and ICE SVU swoops in, making an arrest in a crime usually the responsibility of local law enforcement.

San Jose Mercury News September 16, 2013 by Eric Kurhi
Morgan Hill: Southern California Man Arrested After Internet Sex Predator Sting
MORGAN HILL — A 21-year-old Southern California man who police believe traveled to Morgan Hill to have sex with children was arrested over the weekend after a multiagency sting operation targeting sexual predators.
Stephen Lewis, who lives in the San Diego County town of Oceanside, was in contact with an undercover agent on an Internet site frequented by pedophiles, according to Morgan Hill police.
The agent said he would allow Lewis to have sexual relations with his two children, a boy and a girl, both under age 13, said Morgan Hill police Sgt. Carson Thomas...
In addition to Morgan Hill police, Homeland Security Investigations and the Silicon Valley Internet Crimes Against Task Force were involved in the sting.

While there may or may not be a cultural difference between northern and southern California, it is not an international border, just yet.  There is no reason for ICE SVU to be involved in a case of statutory rape.

While ICE SVU was busy targeting Americans, under their very noses, aliens were illegally voting and ICE SVU did nothing.

ABC News 7 Detroit September 18, 2013 by David Choi
3 Hamtramck Men Charged With Election Fraud
The state's Attorney General's office has filed felony charges against three Hamtramck men accused of violating election law.
Salim Ahmed, 50, Armani Asad, 33, and Mohammed Russell, 32 are accused of possessing and returning multiple absentee ballots during Hamtramck's August primary election.
It is a felony to possess or return absentee ballots unless you are the person voting, the voter's family member, a mail carrier, or an authorized official.
Asad ran unsuccessfully for Hamtramck city council this past August.
All three men are expected to turn themselves in Thursday for their arraignment. They face up to five years in prison and/or a $1000 fine.

Even if these guys were naturalized, it is unlikely that their vote fraud schemes started only after naturalization.  A little research would most likely show that three were voting before naturalization.

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