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Follow-up: It wasn’t just 2 illegal alien flights to Hanscom AFB and Logan. It was 6.

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By Michelle Malkin  •  June 16, 2014 09:24 AM

Last week, I broke a story about illegal alien passenger flights landing at Hanscom Air Force and Boston Logan airport. As I told you, a public affairs officer for Hanscom confirmed the two flights I reported and said the base would not accept any more flights from ICE until a “memorandum of understanding” had been signed.

A local Boston TV station followed up on my column and reports that there were a total of six flights, not just 2. The station, MyFoxBoston, questioned open-borders Mass. Gov. Deval Patrick, who as expected, claimed he knew nothing about it all.

ICE called the transfers “routine.” But as Jessica Vaughn of the Center for Immigration Studies points out, the most recent flights occurred as illegal alien pressure on the border has forced redistribution of detainees all over the country, not just in Massachusetts. Vaughn’s work on the mass catch-and-release of criminal alien detainees is must-read. And as she notes in the news segment, it’s up to local and state lawmakers and activists to get informed and take action to prevent these illegal alien dumps from endangering neighborhoods all over the interior of the country.

Watch the segment here:

Boston News, Weather, Sports | FOX 25 | MyFoxBoston

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