Immigration and Customs Enforcement Photos on Townhall

  •  - Officers gather outside the Federal Building after ICE officers were shot in the building in Long Beach, California

    Officers gather outside the Federal Building after ICE officers were shot in the building in Long Beach, California

    Posted: 2/17/2012 12:44:41 AM EST
    Officers gather outside the Federal Building after Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers were shot in the building in Long Beach, California February 16, 2012. Two U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents were shot on Thursday inside the agency's offices in the Los Angeles suburb of Long Beach and one died at the scene, the agency said. REUTERS/ Lori Shepler (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW)
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    Posted: 2/3/2012 8:50:46 PM EST
    FILE - In this Jan. 6, 2012 file photo, Jakadrien Turner, 15, center, walks with her grandmother Lorene Turner, left, and mother Johnisa Turner, right, all of Dallas, at Dallas-Fort Worth Airport in Grapevine, Texas. Turner was mistakenly deported to Colombia after Immigration and Customs Enforcement say she claimed to be Colombian woman named Tika Lanay Cortez, 21, when she was arrested in April for theft by Houston Police. More than two dozen recorded telephone calls reviewed by The Associated Press show Turner expected to be deported to Colombia yet did not complain of having no ties to the country. (AP Photo/Mike Fuentes, File)
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    Posted: 2/3/2012 8:50:46 PM EST
    FILE - In this Jan. 6, 2012 file photo, Jakadrien Turner, 15, arrives at Dallas-Fort Worth Airport in Grapevine, Texas. Turner was mistakenly deported to Colombia after Immigration and Customs Enforcement say she claimed to be Colombian woman named Tika Lanay Cortez, 21, when she was arrested in April for theft by Houston Police. More than two dozen recorded telephone calls reviewed by The Associated Press show Turner expected to be deported to Colombia yet did not complain of having no ties to the country. (AP Photo/Mike Fuentes, File)
  •  - A screen shows a website domain that was seized and shut down by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement during a news conference on seized NFL counterfeit merchandise in Indianapolis

    A screen shows a website domain that was seized and shut down by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement during a news conference on seized NFL counterfeit merchandise in Indianapolis

    Posted: 2/2/2012 4:10:19 PM EST
    A screen shows a website domain that was seized and shut down by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) during a news conference on seized NFL counterfeit merchandise in Indianapolis February 2, 2012. The New York Giants will play the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI on February 5. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
  •  - U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Morton speaks during a news conference in Indianapolis

    U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Morton speaks during a news conference in Indianapolis

    Posted: 2/2/2012 11:41:54 AM EST
    U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Director John Morton speaks during a news conference on seized NFL counterfeit merchandise in Indianapolis February 2, 2012. The New York Giants will play the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI on February 5. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL CRIME LAW)
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    Posted: 1/11/2012 5:20:47 PM EST
    U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents escort a man, center, after his arrest in connection with a document fraud case in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Wednesday Jan. 11, 2012. Fifty people have been accused of conspiring to sell the identities of hundreds of Puerto Ricans to illegal immigrants on the U.S. mainland in the largest individual fraud case ever for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, authorities said Wednesday. (AP Photo/El Vocero, Dennis A. Jones) PUERTO RICO OUT - NO USAR EN PUERTO RICO
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    Posted: 1/7/2012 7:10:47 AM EST
    CORRECTS YEAR TURNER RAN AWAY FROM HOME - Jakadrien Turner, 15, arrives at DFW Airport in Fort Worth, Texas, on Friday Jan. 6, 2012. Turner, was mistakenly deported to Colombia after Immigration and Customs Enforcement say she claimed to be Colombian woman named Tika Lanay Cortez, 21, when she was arrested in April for theft by Houston Police. She ran away from her Dallas home in November 2010. (AP Photo/Mike Fuentes)
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    Posted: 1/7/2012 7:10:46 AM EST
    CORRECTS YEAR TURNER RAN AWAY FROM HOME - Jakadrien Turner, age 15, center, walks with her grandmother Lorene Turner, left, and mother Johnisa Turner, right, all of Dallas, at DFW Airport in Fort Worth, Texas, on Friday Jan. 6, 2012. Jakadrien Turner, was mistakenly deported to Colombia after Immigration and Customs Enforcement say she claimed to be Colombian woman named Tika Lanay Cortez, 21, when she was arrested in April for theft by Houston Police. She ran away from her Dallas home in November 2010. (AP Photo/Mike Fuentes)
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    Posted: 1/7/2012 7:10:46 AM EST
    CORRECTS YEAR TURNER RAN AWAY FROM HOME -Jakadrien Turner, 15, arrives at DFW Airport in Fort Worth, Texas, on Friday Jan. 6, 2012. Turner, was mistakenly deported to Colombia after Immigration and Customs Enforcement say she claimed to be Colombian woman named Tika Lanay Cortez, 21, when she was arrested in April for theft by Houston Police. She ran away from her Dallas home in November 2010. (AP Photo/Mike Fuentes)
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    Posted: 1/7/2012 12:00:46 AM EST
    Jakadrien Turner, 15, arrives at DFW Airport in Fort Worth, Texas, on Friday Jan. 6, 2012. Turner, was mistakenly deported to Colombia after Immigration and Customs Enforcement say she claimed to be Colombian woman named Tika Lanay Cortez, 21, when she was arrested in April for theft by Houston Police. She ran away from her Dallas home in November 2011. (AP Photo/Mike Fuentes)
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    Posted: 1/7/2012 12:00:46 AM EST
    Jakadrien Turner, 15, arrives at DFW Airport in Fort Worth, Texas, on Friday Jan. 6, 2012. Turner, was mistakenly deported to Colombia after Immigration and Customs Enforcement say she claimed to be Colombian woman named Tika Lanay Cortez, 21, when she was arrested in April for theft by Houston Police. She ran away from her Dallas home in November 2011. (AP Photo/Mike Fuentes)
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    Posted: 1/7/2012 12:00:46 AM EST
    Jakadrien Turner, age 15, center, walks with her grandmother Lorene Turner, left, and mother Johnisa Turner, right, all of Dallas, at DFW Airport in Fort Worth, Texas, on Friday Jan. 6, 2012. Jakadrien Turner, was mistakenly deported to Colombia after Immigration and Customs Enforcement say she claimed to be Colombian woman named Tika Lanay Cortez, 21, when she was arrested in April for theft by Houston Police. She ran away from her Dallas home in November 2011. (AP Photo/Mike Fuentes)
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    Posted: 12/22/2011 2:30:48 PM EST
    Carmen Pino, acting deputy special agent in charge with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Homeland Security Investigations, center, announces the seizure of more than 327,000 counterfeit items with a manufacturer's suggested retain price worth an estimated $76.8 million, at a news conference, Thursday, Dec. 22, 2011, in Miami. They continue to track down those who are selling counterfeit and pirated products this holiday season. At right is assistant special agent Gerard O'Neill. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)
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    Posted: 12/22/2011 2:30:48 PM EST
    Gerard O'Neill, assistant special agent in charge with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Homeland Security Investigations, left, holds up a counterfeit handbag that was part of a seizure of more than 327,000 counterfeit items with a manufacturer's suggested retain price worth an estimated $76.8 million, at a news conference, Thursday, Dec. 22, 2011, in Miami. They continue to track down those who are selling counterfeit and pirated products this holiday season. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)
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    Posted: 12/22/2011 2:30:48 PM EST
    Watches and other items are on display as U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Homeland Security Investigations announced the seizure of more than 327,000 counterfeit items with a manufacturer's suggested retain price worth an estimated $76.8 million, at a news conference, Thursday, Dec. 22, 2011, in Miami. They continue to track down those who are selling counterfeit and pirated products this holiday season. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)
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    Posted: 11/30/2011 9:15:48 PM EST
    FILE - This file photo released Friday, Nov. 26, 2010, by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement shows a cross-border tunnel that authorities say was used as a major underground drug passage. The tunnel was 2,200 feet long, more than seven football fields, and ran from the kitchen of a home in Tijuana, Mexico, to two warehouses in San Diego's Otay Mesa industrial district. Mexican trucker Daniel Navarro was sentenced Monday, Nov. 28, 2011, to nearly 16 years in prison for his role in two major drug tunnels along the U.S.-Mexico border federal Authorities who raided the tunnels seized about 50 tons of marijuana. (AP Photo/U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, File)
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    Posted: 11/29/2011 8:05:47 AM EST
    This image released by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement shows a seized website that was selling counterfeit goods. Federal authorities announced Monday, Nov. 28, 2011, that they seized the domain names for 150 web sites accused of selling counterfeit merchandise. The government warns that counterfeit merchandise can be hazardous to a person?s health and that the profits can be used to fund other crimes. (AP Photo/ICE)
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    Posted: 11/29/2011 8:05:47 AM EST
    This image released by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement shows a seized website that was selling counterfeit goods. Federal authorities announced Monday, Nov. 28, 2011, that they seized the domain names for 150 web sites accused of selling counterfeit merchandise. The government warns that counterfeit merchandise can be hazardous to a person?s health and that the profits can be used to fund other crimes. (AP Photo/ICE)
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    Posted: 11/17/2011 7:40:52 AM EST
    FILE - In this Dec. 13, 1977 file photo, Luis Robinson is interviewed by The Associated Press at Riker's Island prison where the former Navy seaman was facing charges of kidnapping, homicide and robbery in connection with the hijacking of a bus to Kennedy Airport. Robinson is being deported to his home country of Panama by United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement authorities after serving 34 years of a 15-year-to-life sentence for fatally shooting the driver and a passenger of the bus that was hijacked with 25 passengers aboard. (AP Photo/Ira Schwarz, File)
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    Posted: 11/16/2011 10:50:48 PM EST
    FILE - In this file photo of July 4, 1977, police, right, watch over a bus as it sits in New York's Kennedy Airport after it was hijacked in the Bronx and diverted to the airport with 25 passengers aboard. Immigration and Customs Enforcement authorities on Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011 escorted 61-year-old Luis Robinson, a former Navy seaman who served 34 years of a 15-year-to-life sentence for killing two people in the hijacking, from New York to his home country of Panama aboard a commercial flight. (AP Photo, File)