Quotas open the door for people to question motives of law enforcement. Are agents just making arrests to fill quotas?By Anna Gorman Los Angeles Times The head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced today (Monday) that he has ended quotas on a controversial program designed to go after illegal immigrants who have ignored deportation orders and that he planned to make more changes to the program soon.
John Morton, who took over as head of the federal agency in May, said during a meeting with reporters in Los Angeles that the program needs to do what it was created to do — target absconders who have already had their day in court.
“The fugitive operations program needs to focus first and foremost on people who have knowingly flouted an immigration removal order and within that category obviously we will focus first on criminals,” he said.
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