California DMV Ordered to Overlook Identity Theft by Illegals

Adelle Nazarian, Breitbart, January 27, 2015

Illegal aliens may enjoy a free pass on identity theft due to a new investigative policy at California’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).

The policy, issued last year and effective as of Jan. 1, 2015, directs DMV investigators to overlook identity theft by applicants “who may have attempted to obtain or been issued a license or ID card previously through submission of false information.”

A DMV source who asked to remain anonymous provided Breitbart News exclusively with a copy of the newly-enacted internal policy memorandum. The document informs DMV investigative officers that past identity theft is acceptable when the illegally-acquired IDs were only used to obtain a driver license, and where the license or ID was not used to commit any other crime.

It is unclear how investigators are meant to determine whether a falsely obtained driver license or ID was used solely for driving, or also to commit other crimes, such as using a fraudulently-obtained driver license to open a bank account, to apply for a loan, or even to purchase alcohol.


Typically, identity theft may be prosecuted as a felony in California. The new DMV policy may be an attempt to protect illegal aliens from prosecution and conviction for a felony that could lead to their deportation, and disqualify them from President Barack Obama’s new “executive amnesty” policy.

The source told Breitbart News: “My belief is that this policy came from the governor’s office.” The source added that a naturalized or natural born U.S. citizen who attempted to obtain a driver license fraudulently would not receive the same consideration, and would be prosecuted as a criminal.


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  • Our government has become so corrupt that it willingly overlooks a host of crimes committed by illegal aliens from Mexico and Central America (e.g., violation of our immigration laws, identity theft, gang affiliation) so that the greater purpose of displacing whites can occur.

    The powers that be (both republicans and democrats) are so hell-bent on undermining and replacing the founding stock of this nation, that all crimes committed by those involved in the Brown invasion are overlooked or downplayed.

    The ‘agenda’ must continue no matter what.

    • propagandaoftruth

      Minority privilege.

    • Usually Much Calmer

      Time for white civil rights movement?

      • WoodyBBad

        National Association for the Acceptance of Caucasian Parity?

  • Wing-nut.

    Only in Cali… They put in writing.

  • Chip Carver

    With the way things are tilting in Europe, efforts to put the replacement population in place in the US are going to be trebled. If nothing else, the Usual Suspects want to destroy the US just for the sake of destroying what was once the most successful White nation.

  • Luca

    Too much has been overlooked for too long.

    • Clyde Weathers

      Very true.

  • Usually Much Calmer

    A new front in the War on Noticing.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    This is amnesty for felonies.

    The US is no longer a nation of laws.

    You and I are expected to follow the laws of the land and will be heavily fined and hauled into court if we commit ID fraud, yet illegals get a free pass.

    If illegals are jailed for crimes such as murder or sexual assault, the state releases them:

    May, 2014:

    The Obama administration released thousands of convicted criminals — including murderers and those convicted of sexual assault — while they were awaiting deportation proceedings, according to a new report.

    The numbers showed that in 2013, Immigration and Customs Enforcement released 36,007 “convicted criminal aliens”

    The law, unequally applied leads to either anarchy, violent chaos or tyranny.

    There is no other outcome.

    • Cheri Rodriguez

      I cringe to think about the last few days of Obama. Yes, everyone seems to be counting down to it with glee. But I have a feeling he’s going to issue so many presidential pardons in his last 24 hours that it will make Bill Clinton look like the warden of Alcatraz.

  • That makes California DMV employees felony conspirators. Can we please nuke California sometime soon? San Fagcisco would be great as radioactive glass, and we could have a San Joaquin lake where Los Strangle-us used to be. I once said that Bon shouldn’t be so angry, but I have become a little peeved about this nonsense.

    • Bon, From the Land of Babble

      Angry? Where’s the love, Mr. Scott?

      Nothing like seeing your homeland destroyed by hordes of fast-breeding, uneducated, invading, illegal colonists that “our” own government lets in – then aids and abets to help destroy the economy, environment, our roads, schools and more.

      Looks like White Genocide to me.

      I have family in your state and they tell me it’s getting pretty bad there too.

      (and I would never suggest nuking Colorado).

      • Colorado is tolerably good.

        I would like to live within a half-day’s drive from the ocean, in a country that would allow me my old gun collection. Unfortunately, there isn’t one of those.

        I’m hella good at teaching laboratory chemistry.

        I wasn’t suggesting we blow California completely off the map and bulldoze the rubble into the ocean, but could it perhaps use some deep, circular lakes? Since I love you, you can nominate some good places for these.

        • Bon, From the Land of Babble

          I only wish to live around my own people, Michael.

          What I want no longer exists (or not for long) – and the government is actively making sure there won’t be any White areas.

          In 50 years the government of my state has destroyed what was once a paradise on earth.

          Who wouldn’t be angry about that?

          • I liked California – with reservations – as a university undergrad in the mid-to-late 1980’s. I also liked Australia. I made lots of friends in each, but neither ever felt like home. California was also 25-30 years ago for me. I can’t imagine wanting to go back, and I certainly wouldn’t be willing to live there. It was once a great place, but it isn’t anymore.

        • Colorado used to be great until the liberal scum from Californicate took over.

    • Yancy Derringer

      Felony co-conspirators, yes. Nobody has the right to decide which laws to enforce or not. Felonies? Can’t say I’m surprised, though. Wouldn’t be surprised to see California borrow hundreds of millions more to give each of them a brand new car.

      After all, what is the U.S. paying to care for the illegal kid invaders? $300 a day each, that’s how much. $75 dollars a day just for food – meals and snacks. Two long distance calls per week to say hello to family back home in Guatemala or El Salvador: “When are you all coming, Mami?”

  • Capn Dad

    White people have the power to end all this foolishness within one week. Stay home for a week, don’t buy anything, clog the system.

    • Bon, From the Land of Babble

      The problem could be taken care of in one week.

      But first, we must get the government’s jackboot off of our White necks.

  • dd121

    Seems to me this lawlessness could cut both ways.

    • Usually Much Calmer

      I like the way you think, brother.

    • It would be “criminal impersonation” – a felony – if you or I did that.

  • IstvanIN

    Aren’t government officials in Mexico notoriously corrupt? And isn’t California basically Mexico North? I see a connection.

    • evilsandmich

      That is a depressing note, perhaps they’re just legalizing an act that was ordinarily handled with a bribe.

  • ThatWhiteGuy

    Treasonous California leftists favoring illegal criminals over their own citizens..makes me sick.

  • Clyde Weathers

    Everyone who supports these policies should be hung in public as they are useless to humanity and to America.

  • Well, these identity thieves had no choice. They were prevented from driving and working, so they HAD to get a drivers license and a social security number.

    A US citizen is not forced to get steal an identity, other than for criminal purposes. /end sarcasm

    Even if you totally oppose this logic, you have to understand it to understand what motivated all this. Please don’t downvote for explaining.

    There is a morsel of truth in this, hard working illegals have no other option than to steal an identity to get a needed drivers license. The other options, of course, are not to be illegal, by either going home or getting an amnesty.

    It will be funny if many people now suddenly change their names from John Doe to Miguel Gonzales. How to explain this to your boss?

    It is much worse that real criminals, thieves, murderers, gang bangers get overlooked.

    The one guy “only” committed a crime to work illegally. The other one “works” as a criminal, makes a living as a criminal. Again, I understand you may disagree with facilitating illegal work. But I would rather have a ID stealing gardener that pays social security into my account than a ID stealing check forger that cleans out my bank account.

  • KyraNelson

    Every time I hear of my elected government protecting, enabling, and encouraging criminals and criminal behavior, I will buy another firearm. And some matching ammo.

    • texasoysterman

      If you can find the ammo…..

  • Really? Seems we never had a problem with that in Colorado before all the liberal scum moved in. And I’d prefer fat race realists, conservatives and any other anti-liberal to those ba$tards$. So, take your Range Rover and fuc& off back to where you came from.