ICE slams California sanctuary law after data shows thousands of illegal immigrant inmates released in one county alone
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Since California's controversial sanctuary law went into effect at the beginning of 2018, one county jail has been forced to release more than 2,100 illegal immigrants with immigration detainers on them, according to a Wednesday news release from Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Citing data released by Orange County Sheriff Don Barnes earlier this week, the release says that 1,015 of the Orange County Jail's inmates with ICE detainers were released back into the community without notifying...

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