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ICE Arrests 33 with History of Human Rights Violations During Operation No Safe Haven IV

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations arrested 33 fugitives sought for their roles in known or suspected human rights violations during a nationwide operation last week.

During the three-day operation, the ICE National Fugitive Operations Program in coordination with the ICE Human Rights Violators and War Crimes Center and the ICE National Criminal Analysis and Targeting Center (NCATC) arrested these fugitives via the ICE field offices of Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York City, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Seattle, San Francisco and St. Paul, Minn.

The foreign nationals arrested during this operation all have outstanding removal orders and are subject to repatriation to their countries of origin. Of the 33 known or suspected human rights violators arrested during Operation No Safe Haven IV, eight individuals are also criminal aliens with convictions for crimes including, but not limited to battery, weapons offenses, driving while intoxicated, and resisting arrest. This operation surpassed the number of known or suspected human rights violators arrested during the first nationwide No Safe Haven operation, which took place in September 2014.

Those arrested across the country included:

  • Four Chinese individuals — some of whom were hospital employees — who assisted in or directly conducted forced abortions and sterilizations upon victims in China;
  • A former intelligence officer who surveilled and arrested dozens of targets subsequently tortured in Central America;
  • A soldier in Central America who guided the military to a specific village for the purpose of killing its residents;
  • A ranking intelligence officer from the Middle East whose surveillance information led to the arrest, torture, and murder of those his unit targeted;
  • A group leader in East Africa who used violence to force victims into female genital mutilation.

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