Of the 1,500 cases examined, illegal immigrant offenders were located in 36 states with the highest number of sexual offenders in California, Texas, Arizona, New Jersey, New York, and Florida.Schurman-Kauflin reports that according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) records, sex offenders comprise two percent of illegals apprehended."So I decided to improve the interface."Similar to the whimsical, color-coordinated maps by cartoonist Dorothy Gambrell that mapped Craigslist's "Missed Connections" posts, hookupmaps makes good use of the popular community site's data.To create the site, Liptzin rigged up a system that parses raw data from Craigslist and integrates it with Google Maps to create a constantly updating visualization of raunchy adverts across the United States.But other than two stories on World Net Daily, generated by an appearance on CNN, we haven’t found any coverage of these extraordinary statistics.Yet, as reported by Wes Vernon in a new AIM Report, the Bush Administration is embarked on a controversial and secretive plan to effectively erase U. borders and establish a North American Union to facilitate the flow of people and goods from Mexico into the U. The study investigated 1,500 cases of “serial rapes, serial murders, sexual homicides, and child molestations committed by illegal immigrants” between January, 1999 and April, 2006.
San Francisco computer engineer Josh Liptzin said he coded the clever site to put a fresh face on Craiglist's stark design."I'd seen the regular Craigslist ads, and they seemed so 1996 — bland," said Liptzin in a phone interview Wednesday.We're following up with Sony and will update when we hear more.After a couple of days in West Wycombe, I began to see the lecherous hand of Sir Francis Dashwood all over the village.The icons link to the full listings, which advertise some rather specific and unusual services.A quick glance at San Francisco's Mission District turned up nearly 600 postings; a flyby of New York's Chelsea neighborhood turned up nearly 1,000 amorous advertisements.Sony has updated its PS3-based virtual world "Home." In the current release, voice chat has been removed from the service.