We are being invaded by a foreign country
20+ million ILLEGAL aliens are in the United States of America.
Right now in the United States of America, ILLEGAL aliens have more rights than you do!


Help save America | Say NO to Amnesty | Say NO to obama

"There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an American, but something else also, isn't an American at all. We have room for but one flag, the American flag, and this excludes the red flag, which symbolizes all wars against liberty and civilization, just as much as it excludes any foreign flag of a nation to which we are hostile...We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language...and we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people." --Theodore Roosevelt

"This nation is in danger of becoming a Third World nightmare with all the corruption, disease, illiteracy, violence and balkanization known all over the world. We need a 10-year moratorium on all immigration to catch our collective breath and we need deportation of over 10 million illegal aliens in a slow and orderly fashion." --Ed Garrison

“The 1987 amnesty was a failure; rather than reducing illegal immigration, it led to an increase,” FAIR stated. “Any new amnesty measure will further weaken respect for our immigration laws. Therefore, all amnesty measures must be defeated.” --Frosty Wooldridge

This is your nation and this is your time to take action.

President barry shits on the United States.

This is a picture of YOUR American president, (president barry soetoro, a.k.a barack obama) refusing to acknowledge the National Anthem of the United States of America. This picture clearly shows barry with his hands crossed across his vaginal area when the United States Anthem was playing.

barry has NO RESPECT for you, me, or America! Not only did he disrespect America, he just shit on the graves of every American Soldier that has died for this country.

6/15/2010 - PRESIDENT BARRY CAN'T EVEN KEEP A U.S. PARK OPEN!!! He gave the park to mexico & the illegal alien mexican drug cartel!!!

7/6/2010 - American President barry soetoro sues AMERICA!!!

9/11/2010 - YOUR president just gave mexico $1 billion dollars for deepwater oil drilling despite his own moratorium on U.S. deepwater drilling!? More proof that barry hates America!


1. the offense of acting to overthrow one's government or to harm or kill its sovereign. 2. A violation of allegiance to one's sovereign or to one's state. 3. the betrayal of a trust or confidence; breach of faith; treachery.


1. a person who betrays another, a cause, or any trust. 2. a person who commits treason by betraying his or her country.

Pslam 109:8

May his days be few; may another take his place of leadership.

barry say's, "our borders are safe."


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What's in their backpacks? Are any of them sick with a contagious disease?

United States Code, Title 8, Chapter 12, Subchapter II, Part VIII, §1325 - "Improper Entry by Alien," any citizen of any country other than the United States who: 1) Enters or attempts to enter the United States at any time or place other than as designated by immigration officers; or 2) Eludes examination or inspection by immigration officers; or 3) Attempts to enter or obtains entry to the United States by a willfully false or misleading representation or the willful concealment of a material fact; has committed a federal crime.

Violations are punishable by criminal fines and imprisonment for up to six months. Repeat offenses can bring up to two years in prison. Additional civil fines may be imposed at the discretion of immigration judges, but civil fines do not negate the criminal sanctions or nature of the offense.




Illegal Alien

1. a foreigner who has entered or resides in a country unlawfully or without the country's authorization. 2. a foreigner who enters the U.S. without an entry or immigrant visa, esp. a person who crosses the border by avoiding inspection or who overstays the period of time allowed as a visitor, tourist, or businessperson.


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Sunday, December 31, 2006

Illegals kill deputy in New Year's Eve hit and run

Immigration puts hold on aliens after officer's car flips off road

A sheriff's deputy in Georgia was killed on his way to work this morning in a traffic crash with two suspected illegal aliens.

Deputy Loren Lilly, who had been with the Cobb County Sheriff's Office for 18 years, was pronounced dead at the scene after his Honda Accord flipped several times after being struck by a Ford Taurus.

"No one ever likes to roll up on an accident with anyone deceased on scene, or serious injuries," Marietta police officer Casey Camp told WXIA-TV. "Obviously, being in law enforcement, none of us wants to roll up and see one of our fellow officers or deputies on the scene as well."

Witnesses say the driver and passenger in the Taurus ran from the scene. Police later arrested the two, 27-year-old Joel Perea, and 23-year-old Maurilio Herrera.

Perea is charged with felony vehicular homicide, hit and run, failure to maintain a lane, and driving without a license. Herrera is charged with false report of a crime.

They're being held at the Cobb County Jail, and police say federal immigration officials have placed a hold on both.

Source - http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=53586

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Proof Of Illegal Aliens Voting As Those Called For Jury Duty Claim They Are Not Citizens

How can you prove that someone who voted is an illegal alien? Well currently there really is no way. With the current system of voter registration and no requirements to show proof that you're actually a citizen of the United States and therefore eligible to vote at the polls, any idiot can show up and cast a vote that disenfranchises every other single eligible voter in America.

So down to the proof. Harris County, Texas discovered that those called for Jury Duty after registering to vote then went before a judge and said they couldn't serve as a juror because they were not citizens of the United States.

Absolute and undeniable proof that there are foreign people voting in our elections. Anyone with one ounce of brain matter of course would realize that with the estimated 20 million illegal aliens living in our country that some of them would actually attempt to vote, but not according to Luis Figueroa the head of MALDEF who claimed there was no proof that this was occurring.

Well, Luis Figueroa, here's your proof, now let's here your rebuttal you racist! Who's the racist, people like me wanting our laws enforced or the one wanting more illegal aliens to be allowed in because they have the same ethnicity and skin color as themselves?


Harris County Voter Registrar Paul Bettencourt testified before a congressional committee this summer that in 2005, he identified at least 35 foreign nationals who applied for or received voter registration cards. In fact, since 1992, Harris County officials have canceled 3,742 registered voters for noncitizenship. Most important, Bettencourt has records of noncitizens voting in Harris County.

Disturbingly, the noncitizens removed from the voter rolls were identified mostly because they refused jury duty by admitting they were not citizens.

At minimum, the Bexar and Harris district attorneys are obligated to investigate and possibly prosecute these proven instances of vote fraud. An applicant must attest, under penalty of perjury, that he is a citizen to register to vote. Clearly, that law has been violated.

But given the potentially alarming magnitude of the problem, the attorney general should be authorized to conduct a statewide investigation to determine if there is an organized effort to register noncitizens.

There are organized efforts all the time by the likes of MALDEF, La Raza and every other Latino group in this country that claims to be out there simply helping Latinos whether they are illegal or not. Hopefully some irrefutable proof can be found that they are behind this and their racist organizations are disbanded and their organizers sent to prison.

The reason that vote fraud is very possibly widespread is because Texas election law sets the bar for voter registration and verification far too low.
The secretary of state checks voter registration applications against drivers' license and Social Security databases. However, both Social Security numbers and drivers' licenses can be obtained by noncitizens.

Furthermore, the secretary of state notes that an applicant may register even without a drivers' license or Social Security number by supplying a utility bill or pay stub. Any person, including noncitizens, can pay for electric service; any one with a green card can work and earn a paycheck. Those documents do not prove citizenship.

"Hey, I pay for electricity in America therefore I can vote!" Sounds like sound policy to me.

Every lawmaker in America should be investigating this since they were elected by voters. Of course you're likely not to hear a peep out of the majority of them since the fraudulent votes were cast for them.


Saturday, December 16, 2006

Secure the border! We need more enforcement now!

Illegal immigration proponents have long said illegal aliens are simply taking the jobs Americans don't want.

Apparently, they're also taking the names and identities Americans "don't want."

Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff says raids Tuesday revealed a network of false identities bought or stolen from Americans.

And why not? If you don't respect a nation's borders, and don't respect the law, why would you suddenly get an attack of conscience about stealing someone's identity?

As outrageous as that is, consider this: Swift & Co. meatpackers, whose plants were "raided" across the country Tuesday, actually knew about the "raids" ahead of time - the government had warned the company last month, making them more like "appointments" than "raids" - and the company actually went to a federal judge to prevent it!

What chutzpah! Can you imagine your lawyer bounding into court, asking a judge to prevent the government from enforcing the law?

Turns out there was a good reason. The Associated Press reports that "The company estimated a raid would remove up to 40 percent of its 13,000 workers."

Hmm. Did the company care enough to wonder if those workers had, perhaps, stolen the identities of hard-working, law-abiding Americans?

Folks, if you're allowing law-breakers to come across the border illegally - in whatever kind-hearted spirit - then don't be surprised when other laws, and your own personal privacies, are compromised and abused.

"Enforcement actions like this one protect the privacy rights of innocent Americans, while striking a blow against illegal immigration," Chertoff said.

So why are there so few of them?

We need to secure the borders of this country - and if the meatpacking world and other industries need more workers, then bring them in legally.

Using their own names.


Friday, December 15, 2006

Illegal Aliens Are Nation's Most Lethal Drivers

In this six-in-a-series of FSM reports on the horrors of illegal immigration, we must point out again that the people who pay for all the multi-millions of dollars in medical expenses due to these accidents are we, the citizens of the United States. So the next time you want to complain to your Congressperson about spiraling medical and health costs, look no further than the illegal alien community, and insist that we deport these perpetrators asap. If you??™d like to complain starting right now, we invite you to do so - at the end of this article you will find the link you??™ll need.

It is worth noting that illegal alien drivers are not only killing Americans and themselves. Some of the most horrific accidents are as a result of an illegal alien transporting other illegal aliens. For a few examples, see: Van stuffed full of immigrants takes deadly roll or 9 suspected illegal immigrants killed in Yuma crash or Driver in Crash Held on Smuggling Counts. In the first two incidents there were 21 illegal aliens in the accident vehicles. In the third there were ???only??? 11 in the van, with four dying. The medical costs on the local community for such accidents are enormous.

Who pays for the carnage? American citizens, of course. As noted in When illegal immigrants crash, taxpayers usually foot the bill,???the only trauma center in Southern Arizona, Tucson's University Medical Center??¦At the current run rate we'll incur 5 - 6 million dollars in un-reimbursed costs for taking care of foreign nationals.??? That is just the unpaid emergency medical costs for one hospital in one city. Since there is no such thing as a free lunch, the insured pay for the treated uninsured through higher medical costs and insurance premiums.

Source - http://apostille.us/news/illegal_aliens_are_nations_most_lethal_drivers.shtml

Thursday, December 14, 2006

Illegal Aliens at Center of New Identity Theft Crackdown

WASHINGTON, Dec. 13 — Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff on Wednesday announced a broad new plan to crack down on illegal immigrants who steal the identities of American citizens to get jobs. The strategy, he warned, would likely have economic consequences for the industries that rely heavily on illegal workers.

The announcement came one day after homeland security agents swept into Swift & Company meatpacking plants in six states and arrested nearly 1,300 workers, almost 10 percent of the company’s work force, in what Mr. Chertoff hailed as the largest workplace crackdown on illegal immigration.

Of the 1,282 workers detained, 65 were charged with identity theft or other crimes, officials said. The rest face administrative charges for being in the United States illegally and will likely be deported. The company, which cooperated with the government, was not charged with any criminal or civil violations.

Mr. Chertoff said illegal immigrants had assumed the stolen identities of hundreds of American citizens to get jobs at Swift & Company. And he warned that he intended to aggressively pursue document-theft rings and the illegal immigrant workers who use them, even though he acknowledged that “when we remove the illegal workers, there’s going to be some kind of a slowdown.”

“Obviously, when — even unwittingly — a business is significantly built on illegal labor, once we enforce the law, that’s going to have a ripple effect,” Mr. Chertoff said at a news conference in response to questions about the impact of the new strategy on businesses and the economy.

“It’s going to be a deterrent to illegal workers,” he said. “It’s going to cause them to say that, you know, this happened in Swift, it could easily happen somewhere else. In fact, I’m pretty much going to guarantee we’re going to keep bringing these cases.”

The news sent shudders through the nation’s businesses because Swift & Company, the world’s second largest processor of fresh beef and pork, had tried to weed out illegal workers and had relied on a federal program designed to help employers detect fake identity documents. Mr. Chertoff acknowledged that the program, known as Basic Pilot, is unable to detect authentic identity documents that have been stolen.

In a statement, Swift & Company executives said the raids had forced the company to temporarily suspend operations on Tuesday in its plants in Texas, Colorado, Nebraska, Minnesota, Iowa and Utah. They said work resumed on Wednesday, but warned that production was expected to fall “below normal levels in the short term.” Union officials said that employee attendance dipped slightly on Wednesday because some immigrants were afraid to return to work.

Homeland security officials emphasized that only the company’s workers — not the company — had been charged with wrongdoing, though the investigation is continuing. They said Swift’s situation demonstrated the need for a temporary worker program, such as the one advocated by President Bush, to ensure that companies have access to foreign workers.

Mr. Chertoff also urged Congress to pass legislation that would allow Social Security officials to pass along information about valid Social Security numbers being used in multiple workplaces, which then would allow the Basic Pilot program to capture such data and give it to employers.

Homeland security officials also noted that Swift fired scores of workers it determined were illegal, without informing the government, which had notified the company of its investigation. Swift also unsuccessfully sought a court order to prevent federal officials from conducting raids. Both instances, officials suggested, raised questions about the company’s willingness to cooperate with the government.

But that did little to reassure jittery executives.

“This is any business’s nightmare, whether you are in the meat industry or outside the meat industry,” said Janet Riley, spokeswoman for the American Meat Institute.

Randy Johnson, a vice president of the United States Chamber of Commerce, warned that the raids would lead companies to question the value of participating in the Basic Pilot program. And Laura Reiff of the Essential Worker Immigration Coalition, said she was deluged on Wednesday with calls from business owners upset by the Department of Homeland Security’s actions.

“They’re frightened; they’re outraged,” said Ms. Reiff, whose coalition represents hotels, restaurants, construction companies and other service industries. “Companies have tried to work with them in good faith. For them to target a company that is using a program that they’re trying to sell is disingenuous.”

This week’s sweep reflects the Bush administration’s continuing efforts to demonstrate that it is determined to enforce the nation’s long-neglected immigration laws, even as it works to revive legislation that would create a temporary worker program that would legalize most of the 12 million illegal immigrants believed to be in the United States.

In 2002, immigration officials arrested or charged 25 people for criminal violation of immigration law. During fiscal year 2006, which ended on Sept. 30, that number surged to 716. Hundreds more were arrested and deported for living here illegally.


Tuesday, December 12, 2006

ICE Raids Swift Plant: 800 illegal aliens arrested

GREELEY, Colo. -- Immigration and Custom Enforcement agents raided six Swift & Co. plants Tuesday morning with civil search warrants, arresting hundreds of illegal immigrants working at the plants, including the plant in Greeley, federal officials confirmed.

At least 800 workers at the Greeley plant are identified as illegal immigrants; 300 of them will be deported within the week, some as soon as Tuesday evening, said Weld County District Attorney Ken Buck.

Not all of those suspected to be illegal immigrants will be deported because federal authorities just don't have resources to go after them all at one time, Buck said.

"At this point, a civil search warrant allows us to search the premises to find any illegal aliens. The strong point here is that a lot of U.S. citizens and U.S. residents have been victimized ... by a large-scale identify theft scheme," said Barbara Gonzalez, an ICE public affairs officer.

Gonzalez said that other plants in the raid included beef plants in Grand Island, Neb., Cactus, Texas and Hyrum, Utah, and pork plants in Marshalltown, Iowa and Worthington, Minn. Operations at all six plants have been temporarily suspended.

ICE said the workers were being arrested on administrative immigration violations and in some cases, existing criminal arrest warrants stemming from a nearly yearlong investigation dubbed Operation Wagon Train.

ICE chief Julie L. Myers told reporters in Washington that agents had uncovered a scheme in which illegal immigrants and others had stolen or bought the identities and Social Security numbers of hundreds of U.S. citizens and lawful residents to get jobs with Greeley-based meat processor, Swift & Co.

"Swift has never condoned the employment of unauthorized workers, nor have we ever knowingly hired such individuals," Swift & Co. President and CEO Sam Rovit said in a written statement.

Hundreds Of Relatives Gather Outside

In Greeley, during the raid, agents spread out about every 25 yards along the railroad tracks behind the plant at Eighth and Seventh avenues.

Two large white buses were parked in front of the plant and a few vans and other buses were parked in the back of the building to transport those who were detained. Trucks carrying cattle to the plant were not allowed in.

Cars lined the street leading to the plant as about a hundred family members stood outside near the plant's gates, worried about what may happen to their loved ones. A number of women and children were crying. Many worried about the fates of their loved ones, who face deportation.

One person held a sign that said, "Presents! Not tears at Christmas!" Another sign that read "Goodbye, my daddy," was held by a woman carrying an infant.

"They're gone. He's gone. He said, 'What is he gonna do now?' He can't send money. What are we supposed to do to live, seriously? What is my baby supposed to do without a dad? The baby's innocent. He didn't do anything wrong. ... He's illegal but he came here to work," said one woman. She said that her husband works at the plant.

Some family members were trying to deliver documentation to relatives inside. A handful of protesters jeered at Greeley police officers directing traffic and a man who came to show his support for ICE agents.

"It's illegal and what they did is criminal, so they should be the ones who are sent home," said the man, identified only as Gary.

ICE agents carried out the raid with Greeley police and Weld County deputies helping to control the growing crowd outside the plant and other traffic issues.

Authorities have not confirmed exactly many workers were taken from the plant in Greeley. The raid, which started at 7:30 a.m., was the culmination of a federal investigation that began in February, officials said.

In July, immigration officials subsubpoenaed Swift for its employee records.

"They had the records from last July of employees at the plant, so they had targets but what they've done today is they're interviewing all the employees to determine their legal status in this country," said Buck.

Buck said he's known about the raid since last Thursday.

"Immigration authorities came to me and asked me if I would help them receive arrest warrants for 25 individuals at the Swift plant here in Greeley, and they would execute those warrants today. So we went to the courts late yesterday and received those warrants for identity theft," Buck said.

"We have targeted 25 for arrest warrants for identity theft ... Several hundred folks will be removed from the plant and if they are in fact illegal, they will be deported. So, that is an arrest of another sense, but we have identified 25 people that have stolen identities of U.S. citizens and used those identities," he said.

Buck said that the raid adversely affects many families, who were working to put their children through school in Colorado, but there are other victims involved.

"It is a difficult day in Greeley. But it's also been a difficult day around the country as people's identities have been stolen and they've had to go and clean up their credit. And they've suffered great harm also," Buck said.

He said while some of the cases will take months to progress, others may more quickly processed.

"If somebody voluntarily waives deportation, they could be out of the country in a matter of days," Buck said.

He said he suspects Swift may face charges about its hiring practices.

Background On Swift

The plants in the raid represent all of Swift's domestic beef processing capacity and 77 percent of its pork processing capacity.

"Today's action at Swift will have a strong ripple effect on the rest of the livestock industry. Weld County is the most profitable agricultural county in Colorado, with over $1 billion in agricultural sales. Today's move by ICE will greatly impact the economy there," said Sen. Ken Salazar.

Since 1997, Swift has been using a government pilot program that confirms whether Social Security numbers are valid. Company officials have previously said one shortcoming may be the program's ability to detect when two people are trying to use the same number.

No charges had been filed against the company.

"Swift believes that today's actions by the government violate the agreements associated with the company’s participation over the past 10 years in the federal government's basic pilot worker authorization program and raise serious questions as to the government’s possible violation of individual workers' civil rights," the company said in a statement.

Swift & Co. describes itself as an $8 billion business and the world's second-largest meat processing company. In Hyrum, Utah, where city Administrator Brent Jensen said the plant employs more than 1,000 workers, the company can process up to 2,200 cattle a day, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.

"Since the inception of the basic pilot program in 1997, every single one of Swift's new domestic hires, including those being interviewed today by ICE officials, has duly completed I-9 forms and has received work authorization through the government's basic pilot program. Swift has played by the rules and relied in good faith on a program explicitly held out by the president of the united states as an effective tool to help employers comply with applicable immigration laws," said the company's CEO.

Myers said immigration officials were "looking very aggressively" at who may have sold the identities to the workers in several cases. She said ICE had uncovered several different rings that may have provided illegal documents.

Some immigrants targeted had genuine U.S. birth certificates and others had other kinds of false identification, Myers said.

"The significance is that we're serious about work site enforcement and that those who steal identities of U.S. citizens will not escape enforcement," Myers said.

The United Food and Commercial Workers union said in a statement it planned to ask a judge to halt the raids, but there was no immediate word on when or where the request would be filed.

Reaction From Other Parts Of The Country

"I congratulate all law enforcement agencies involved in the successful raid," said Rep. Tom Tancredo, an outspoken advocate of stricter immigration laws. "My hope at this point is that the U.S. government has the courage to prosecute the Swift & Company executives who may have been complicit in their hiring."

"When something of this scale happens, it's pretty likely that the plant managers were aware of it, often with the consent of management," Tancredo said.

"ICE's action at multiple Swift plants today is a clarion call for the nation to complete its work on comprehensive immigration reform. We need to have laws in place to take us from today's chaos and lawlessness to law and order. That law and order system must include: increased border security, strict enforcement of immigration laws including a sound employer verification system, and a realistic method of dealing with the human and economic reality of millions of undocumented workers in America," said Sen. Ken Salazar.

One sheriff's deputy described the scene outside a meatpacking plant in Hyrum, Utah, as a circus.

"They've got three buses, a bunch of transport vans, a lot of cars and 150 or so agents," chief Cache County deputy David Bennett said Tuesday.

Bennett said ICE officials didn't notify the sheriff's department about the raid.

"They didn't ask for our help," Bennett said. "We were lucky to find out."

Moore County Sheriff Bo DeArmond said he, too, got no advance warning of the raid in Cactus, Texas.

DeArmond said Cactus, though relatively small and remote, is not immune from identity theft.

"It's everywhere," he said. "The only way they can get a job is by getting a Social Security number, ID, all that other stuff. They'll do whatever they can to get a job."

At Grand Island, Police Chief Steve Lamken said he refused to let his officers take part in the raid.

"When this is all over, we're still here taking care of our community and if I have a significant part of my population that's fearful and won't call us then that's not good for our community," he said.

ICE officials at the plants said the total number of arrests might not be released until Wednesday, when a news conference was scheduled in Washington.

Immigration officials and the Federal Trade Commission say they've identified hundreds of potential victims.

"I am grateful that ICE agents are appropriately targeting illegal aliens whose prior record of criminal behavior may present a risk to the citizens of Colorado," Sen. Wayne Allard. "It is my understanding that Ken Buck played a key role in the investigation that led to today's raid at the Greeley facility. Once again, District Attorney Buck has demonstrated his commitment to ensuring that individuals involved in criminal behavior will be pursued to the full extent of the law."

Source - http://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/10515789/detail.html

Saturday, December 2, 2006

illegal alien kills Marine home on leave from Iraq

4 times legal limit: Mexican driver cited for earlier accident but charges dropped

One week after he slammed his Nissan Sentra into a car waiting at a stoplight, killing a U.S. Marine and his female passenger, Eduardo Raul Morales-Soriano, whose blood alcohol level was measured at .32 – four times the legal level in Maryland for intoxication – has been identified as an illegal immigrant by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Office in Baltimore.

Marine Cpl. Brian Mathews, 21, of Columbia and his date, Jennifer Bower, 24, of Montgomery Village were killed Thanksgiving night, shortly after 10:00 p.m. when Bower's Toyota Corolla was hit from behind by Morales-Soriano, 25, of Mexico. Mathews and Bower were on their second date and were planning to take part in the June wedding of friends who had introduced them to each other.

Mathews had served 8 months in Iraq and completed another tour of duty in the Pacific. He was stationed at Camp Pendleton, Calif., and had come home to Maryland for the holidays. He was scheduled to leave the Corps in June 2007.

Mathews' fellow Marines are upset over his death.

"It's more anger than anything," Cpl. Garrett Farris, 21, of Texas, told the Baltimore Examiner. "A guy goes to war and has no problems with that. He comes back to the States, and it's supposed to be our safe place."

Cpl. Daniel Robinson, 22, of Texas, Mathews' squad leader, recalled the Marine's unflinching performance under fire when their unit walked into an insurgent sniper ambush in Ramadi, Iraq, last year.

"He was beside me the whole time," said Robinson. "He was giving his team commands. He was a perfectionist Marine, and it really showed. We didn't have one casualty or one killed in action in the ambush."

Police said Morales-Soriano's blood-alcohol level was .32 after the accident, four times Maryland's legal limit.

"It's outrageous," said Caroline Cash, executive director of Mothers Against Drunk Driving in the Chesapeake region, noting that this was the highest level she had ever heard of. "I can't give you a specific number of drinks, and I wish I knew the level where someone could potentially die from alcohol poisoning, because he had to have been close."

It wasn't Morales-Soriano's first auto accident and it wasn't the first time police had dealt with the landscaper when alcohol was apparently involved.

In February, Columbia police responded to a non-injury accident in a parking lot involving Morales-Soriano. According to police reports, he was "unable to maintain his balance" during a field sobriety test. He was given four citations and allowed to leave the scene of the accident with a relative after he refused to take a Breathalyzer test.

Although Maryland law requires an automatic 120-day forfeiture of a drivers license for refusing the test, Morales-Soriano's license was not suspended after the accident.

Prosecutors dropped all charges in the February accident due to "weak evidence," allowing Morales-Soriano to recover his seized license from the police and to avoid a fine and points added to his license. A policeman's error at the accident scene – returning the form documenting the refusal to take the Breathalyzer test to Morales-Soriano – meant that the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration did not receive the information necessary to suspend his license, Wayne Kirwan, a spokesman for the Howard County state's attorney told The Baltimore Sun.

Morales-Soriano used a North Carolina driver's license issued Feb. 5, 2004, to obtain a license in Maryland on July 8, 2005, according to Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration. WND has reported on the popularity of North Carolina as a destination for illegal aliens seeking easy access to a driver's license.

The state's requirements to obtain a driver's license are weaker than those of many surrounding states, according to a performance audit of the licensing process.

Court officials in New Jersey, for instance, have complained that the requirements are so weak that busloads of illegal immigrants get on I-95 heading south and drive to North Carolina to obtain licenses fraudulently.

The audit, administered by the Department of Transportation and the Division of Motor Vehicles, said documents considered acceptable for proof of residency in North Carolina are easily forged, or the information provided by applicants is not verified.

Morales-Soriano joins a growing list of illegal immigrants who have not only ignored U.S. immigration laws, but state laws against drinking and driving as well, killing innocents on the highways in the process.

Source - http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=53192