The goal is to hide immigrants in temporary homes.  When an illegal is in a home, the ICE agents are required to obtain a warrant for arrest.

We have to thank CNN for exposing this.  They think they are above the law, too.

CNN.  02/23/2017.

Mark Krikorian, executive director of the conservative Center for Immigration Studies, says the law is clear about what these groups are intending to do.
“They’re committing a felony. Harboring is a felony,” Krikorian says. “Regular folks hiding people in a basement face jail time because it is ultimately a smuggling conspiracy.”

“An Underground Network is Readying Homes To Hide Immigrants.”

By “host,” she means provide refuge to people who may be sought by US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, known as ICE.  The families staying here would be undocumented immigrants, fearing an ICE raid and possible deportation.
The purchase of this home is part of a network formed by Los Angeles religious leaders across faiths in the wake of [President] Donald Trump’s election. The intent is to shelter hundreds, possibly thousands of undocumented people in safe houses across Southern California.
The goal is to offer another sanctuary beyond religious buildings or schools, ones that require federal authorities to obtain warrants before entering the homes.
The religious leaders have a name for their network:  the Rapid Response Team. The idea is not necessarily a new one, according to Reverend Zach Hoover, executive director of the interfaith community organization LA Voice.


We wonder if the bishops would turn in illegals who are drug traffickers, murderers, or other criminals!

I.C.E. Press Release.  Feb. 14, 2017.

ICE-led probe leads to indictment of 10 alleged Northern California gang members on drug trafficking and extortion charges

The defendants were arrested Monday morning as part of a multi-agency criminal enforcement operation led by HSI that included more than 200 local and federal law enforcement personnel. The coordinated arrests and searches took place in three cities – Santa Cruz, Watsonville, and Daly City.   READ MORE.