The largest number of convictions of these matters in April 2012 was for "Immigration", accounting for 62.4 percent of convictions. Convictions were also filed for "Drugs-Drug Trafficking" (10.2%), "Drugs-Organized Crime Task Force" ( 4.2%), "Weapons-Operation Triggerlock Major" (3.9%), "Withheld by Govt from TRAC" (3.4%), "Other Criminal Prosecutions" (2.1%). See Figure 2.
The lead investigative agency for convictions in April 2012 was DHS accounting for 69 percent of convictions. Other agencies with substantial numbers of convictions were: FBI (7% ), DEA (7%), ATF (4%), Interior (2%).
We regret to inform you that we must postpone the engagement on prosecutorial discretion with respect to certain individuals who came to the United States as children scheduled for July 9, 2012 at 4:00 pm Eastern.
We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause and will notify you when we have identified a new date for the engagement...
Also, it has come to my attention that "immigration" is an issue that is conspicuously absent from Obama's campaign website.U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
Maybe he is hoping that his 400,000 deportations per year mandate will also disappear from the minds of the immigration reform electorate.