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    Saw a disturbing picture in the news the other day of 100 repatriated felons who have served their time in US jails and were "dropped off" in SD. They covered their faces with towels when the picture was taken. Anyone know what happens here? Are they just let go? These are serious guys, murderers, violent criminals.
    In the real world they are kept on a string via probation - watched, drug tested, not allowed to associate with known felons and kept track of where they live, must report to a probation officer etc. Not here I guess. What are they going to do for a living here? There are no jobs for convicted felons. We all know exactly what they are going to do - return to what got them imprisoned in the first place. Scary thought. For a small country to add 100 felons to the number of criminals already operating is big. Someone, please tell me they are not just let loose on the population.

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    This happens on a regular basis. People get deported...BTW just cause you're deported back to The DR doesn't mean you're a convicted murderer and/or violent criminal. They are taken to the police department where they are briefly held, fingerprinted, interrogated, etc...and if they don't have any debt to Dominican justice then released to their families or on their own recognizance. They're served their time and committed no crime in The DR so no reason for them to be watched, drug tested, etc...

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    And then they start teaching the dominican criminals so that they can go to the States to get convicted and then they start all over lol

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    most of them ARE IN FACT convicted and finished serving there sentence, so these guys ARE killers, drugdealers etc. worthless scum that does not deserve to live.

    these people do not deserve to live, and should just be killed, if you think otherwise i hope you and your families get raped, killed etc. and then please answer this to yourself again.

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    I've often wondered why they aren't deported when they are convicted. Why does the US have to spend millions each year incarcerating them? Ship their butts back to wherever they came from in the world. Of course, crime would probably spike if they knew they would just get a free trip home.

    I think Sheriff Arpaio [sp?] in AZ is on the right track - make it more unpleasant to serve a sentence. But it doesn't seem to deter the criminals there, so who knows?

    I'm sure a lot of the crime in DR is directly related to these 'exported' criminals, who are here after serving jail terms in the US




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    Quote Originally Posted by zoomzx11 View Post
    Saw a disturbing picture in the news the other day of 100 repatriated felons who have served their time in US jails and were "dropped off" in SD. They covered their faces with towels when the picture was taken. Anyone know what happens here? Are they just let go? These are serious guys, murderers, violent criminals.
    In the real world they are kept on a string via probation - watched, drug tested, not allowed to associate with known felons and kept track of where they live, must report to a probation officer etc. Not here I guess. What are they going to do for a living here? There are no jobs for convicted felons. We all know exactly what they are going to do - return to what got them imprisoned in the first place. Scary thought. For a small country to add 100 felons to the number of criminals already operating is big. Someone, please tell me they are not just let loose on the population.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dom View Post
    most of them ARE IN FACT convicted and finished serving there sentence, so these guys ARE killers, drugdealers etc. worthless scum that does not deserve to live.

    these people do not deserve to live, and should just be killed, if you think otherwise i hope you and your families get raped, killed etc. and then please answer this to yourself again.
    Are you saying that everyone convicted of a crime and sent to prison should be executed at end of sentence rather than released? If that is what you believe, why not just execute all those convicted so that the taxpayers don't have to pay to house, guard, feed, etc., the prisoners?

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    sounds great to me, if you are related to crime, you know your son or family member are involved into it, then you should also be executed, you can count the time it takes to eliminate crime WORLDWIDE, it works in northcorea !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoomzx11 View Post
    There are no jobs for convicted felons. We all know exactly what they are going to do - return to what got them imprisoned in the first place. Scary thought. For a small country to add 100 felons to the number of criminals already operating is big. Someone, please tell me they are not just let loose on the population.
    Are you joking, there are loads of deportees (often the majority) working in call centers, infact I know a couple of deportees in Santo Domingo who have started up their own call centers, I'm pretty sure it's a timeshare scam.
    From what I'm told they are taken into custody for up to 72 hours while (as already stated above) records are checked and then issued their cedula and then kicked out the door to do whatever they are going to do. It seems most are deported for shootings, gang crime and drug offenses (I say seems as these are the offenses those I've come across have committed and seems pretty common). Those few I have met had served their time in total and so although it's not ideal you have to accept that they've done the time for the crime.

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