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Two Caribbean Countries Have The Most Nationals In The U.S. Federal Bureau Of Prisons

By NAN STAFF WRITER

News Americas, NEW YORK,
NY, Fri. Oct. 11, 2019
:
While Donald Trump loves to toss around the fake
narrative that immigrants are committing more crimes than Americans, the facts
tell another story. Latest data from the Federal Bureau of Prisons show that
the majority of prisoners in the system currently are Americans.

Just two Caribbean nations make up a miniscule percentage overall in the top 5 nationalities of prisoners in the U.S., latest data shows.

They
are Cuba and the Dominican Republic. The Dominican Republic accounts for 1,420 prisoners
or .8 percent compared to 143,268 U.S. born prisoners.

Cuba
has just 1,109 prisoners or .6 percent compared to the 81.1 percent of US
prisoners.

Meanwhile,
the majority of prisoners in US prisons are whites not blacks, and federal
prisoners locked up for immigration offenses total 10,259 or 6.2 percent.

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