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."


Click here to see 100+ videos just like this.


Click here to see 100+ videos just like this.

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.


Click here to see the list.

Friday, December 19, 2008

Illegal alien fatally beats woman who gives him home

An illegal alien – who has been deported more than a dozen times – is being charged with first-degree murder after allegedly beating a woman to death when she took him in, gave him work and treated him like family.

Paulette Locklear, 64, and several members of her church built a small house on her property in Fayetteville, N.C., for 45-year-old Julio Cesar Ramos of Honduras, North Carolina's WRAL-TV reported.

Locklear's nephew, Jeremy Brewington, said Locklear reached out to Ramos.

"The family just helped him any way we could," Brewington said. "He would come and help us work, and we would pay him. He's just been sort of part of the family for a long time." Locklear's brother, Paul Brewington, said Ramos was homeless and living in the woods when his sister gave him a place to stay, according to the report.

"We just started helping him and giving him food and giving him clothes and stuff," he said. "That's what she was doing to this fellow – just giving him a helping hand."

They said it wasn't unusual for Ramos to disappear for 6 months and then come back.

But on Tuesday Ramos began shattering windows and trying to break into her home. She called 9-1-1 just before being beaten to death with a blunt object outside of her house.

Police arrived just as Ramos was fleeing the crime scene.

Authorities said he had been deported at least 12 times over a period of 20 years. He kept sneaking back into the U.S., WRAL reported.

Debbie Tanna, a spokeswoman for the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office said investigators are unsure of Ramos' real identity.

"We're having trouble determining exactly what his name is because, during the times he was deported, he used several different aliases," she said.

Family members said they didn't know he had been deported so many times. Jeremy Brewington indicated that Ramos had a temper.

"We didn't think he would do anything of this nature. We didn't really see that in him," he said. "He would get angry sometimes and would leave ... for a while. (He) would come back, and we would take him in and help him any way we could."

Ramos is being held without bond in the Cumberland County Detention Center.


Friday, December 12, 2008

Six 'violent illegal alien gang members' arrested in Sturgis

STURGIS — Six illegal alien gang members from Mexico were arrested late Wednesday in Sturgis as part of a joint local action with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, according to David Ives, Sturgis Police deputy chief.

The joint local enforcement — Operation Community Shield — is part of an ongoing ICE effort targeting foreign-born members of violent gangs.

The operation targeted foreign-born members and associates of the Surenos 13 and Southside 18 street gangs. All six of the arrested were illegally in the United States and will face deportation hearings.

Two men, twin brothers Rene and Raul Maldonando-Gonzalez, will also be prosecuted on identity and document fraud charges. Police said another person arrested was providing false documents to gang members and other illegal aliens in the area.

The remaining three aliens arrested face administrative immigration charges, and are currently in ICE custody pending their deportation. ICE does not release the names of those arrested on administrative immigration charges.

“The arrest and ultimate removal of these gang members has an immediate positive impact on the safety of the communities in Western Michigan,” Brian Moskowitz, special agent in charge for ICE’s Office of Investigations in Detroit, said via a press release


Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Illegal Alien Named Suspect in Teen's Death

JON SCOTT, HOST: Outrage over the traffic death of an Arizona teenager. Police say 16-year-old Kelly Tracy was killed in a near head-on collision by a suspected drunk driver over the weekend. She was on her way to her school parade.

Not only does the suspect Manuel Contreras-Galdean already have one DUI under his belt, he is also in this country illegally. The victim's mother is praying the community will forgive the suspect.

CINDY TRACY, KELLY TRACY'S MOTHER: One of our prayers has been — and we have prayed with the group of people that came to the hospital last night - is that there will be no bitterness in anyone in this towards him. And I think that's really important.

SCOTT: Joining us now, our new FOX News host, Glenn Beck. Wow, when you hear the mother saying something like that, it makes it pretty hard. There is Glenn's book — I should have mentioned that earlier, "The Christmas Sweater" — the new book that's out. But man, you hear the mom say that.

GLENN BECK, FOX NEWS: You know, it reminds me of — you remember the tragedy with the Amish community when they took the money the people were sending in and they half of it to the family and said they're suffering this as well?

It is a profound thing to be able to forgive like that. However, let's look at now what should happen and should have happened. I can't believe — and it's going to make me a racist and hate-monger and I guess I just hate people who are different than me.

But first of all, the guy is — this is the second time, a DUI. I'm an alcoholic. I mean, I get it, man. But one time, one strike is enough. And then, he's here illegally. How is that? When did we turn into this country that we catch somebody and we don't hold them for everything that they have done? OK, you have DUI — great. You've reformed yourself — great. But you're not supposed to be here.

SCOTT: Estimate is 425,000 illegal aliens are in jails and prisons in this country. And when they get out, they generally are just let go.

BECK: Why? Why are we spending the money putting these people in jail here? Let's — we catch them. We send them back to their own country. Now, you have done something serious, but if you have a traffic ticket or you got something that's going on, and you are in jail, go away.

And if you're here in our country and you do something serious like you kill somebody, well, then you're going to pay the price here, but you are not coming back. I can't believe that we are talking about this same problem that we've been talking about for — how long?

SCOTT: Well, it happens over and over again, and one of the complaints is, hey, there's not enough money in the federal budget for the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency?

BECK: Yes, there is enough money to sit here and bail out insurance companies. And there's enough money — we have added $5 trillion of debt in the last three months. And there's not enough money to be able to get the guys who are killing people on the streets and sending them home?

SCOTT: Let's talk also about William Ayers. He is talking quite a bit these days. And as you might have known, he had something to say about FOX News. There he is, walking down the streets in — I think this is New York City. But anyway, he had something to say about FOX News.

Here is the quote about — let me get to it on my paper here. All right. "If you ingest way too much FOX News, you are going to be confused by a lot of things." That's what he said to students at Georgetown University last night.

BECK: Yes, if you ingest too much university talk from people like William Ayers, you are going to get confused by a lot of things, too. I can't believe — look, we live in a country and have a different point of view, that's fine. That's fine. You want to be a Marxist? That's fine. He calls himself a communist with a small C. That's fine. It's America. You can have your own view.

What I don't understand is why there is no outrage. What happened to us where there is this disconnect when we can have a guy who is saying, "I'm a communist with a small C. I'm not being violent when you I blow buildings up. And yet, I can go and work on the textbooks and teach how to help juveniles become good Americans."

Have we just completely disconnected from any kind of sanity? Our country is slipping away from us.

SCOTT: But his argument is "Hey, there are lots of different points of view, and we need to culminate them all in this country."

BECK: No, not all of them. His — that's fine, except for the violence. Yes, if you want to be a communist, if you want to be a socialist, that's totally fine. But if you noticed, no one except this network - no one except this network seems to actually care about that.

When did we disconnect from communism, socialism? When did we become a country that is like, "I don't know, we can be like France"? When did we decide that that works?

SCOTT: All right. Glenn Beck, welcome to FOX News Channel.

BECK: Thank you.


Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Illegal Alien Gets 33 Years for Rape/Murder of Gloria Applegate

Gloria Applegate had fallen on hard times. While we know little about her we do know she was a mother and was beloved by her family who knew she was troubled. She was arrested several times for solicitation, from which we can infer that she had developed a drug habit and was in the same place many recreational drug users eventually find themselves, struggling with addiction and hitting rock bottom.

But Gloria Applegate had a family that loved her, so she had a chance. She had a chance to pick up the pieces and regain control of her life. She had the motivation to do so. Applegate could have escaped her demons. But there was one demon who would not let her escape, Daniel Estrada-Lopez:

An illegal immigrant convicted in the shooting death of a Hamilton woman has been sentenced to 33 years to life in prison.

Butler County Common Pleas Judge Patricia Oney handed down the sentence Monday afternoon, Nov. 10. Daniel Estrada-Lopez was convicted of aggravated murder with a gun specification for killing Gloria Applegate in an alley behind East Avenue on June. 1.

Applegate, 32, was the mother of teenage two sons. She was known to Hamilton police as a prostitute who had four convictions for solicitation.

Defense attorney David Brewer did not dispute that his client was guilty of murder, but said whatever happened in the alley before the shot was fired was consensual.

The prosecution pointed to the fact that Applegate was found nude in the alley and had saliva on her breast. They said the position of the gunshot wound was evidence Estrada-Lopez was on top of Applegate attempting to rape her when he got angry and fired the shot.

Before sentencing, Estrada-Lopez addressed the court through an interpreter offering an apology and claiming not to remember shooting Applegate.

“I just want to say I am sorry to the judge and to the victim’s family,” Estrada-Lopez said. “I was drunk, I don’t know how it happened.”

Defense attorney David Brewer told the judge the less severe sentence of 23 years to life would be most appropriate for his client, noting he has a minor criminal background in the United States and until the incident was a working to help support his girlfriend’s family.

Alice Applegate, Gloria’s aunt, did not accept Estrada-Lopez’s apology, noting he showed no remorse during the trial or even a reaction to seeing crime scene photos of her niece’s body.

“If he had not been caught, I don’t know that Gloria would have been his last victim,” Applegate said.

The rape and murder of prostitutes, or women equated to prostitutes, is part of the culture of misogyny Dr. Deborah Shurman-Kaufln, author of Vultures: Profiling Sadistic Serial Killers warned us is being imported from Latin America in her excellent essay Importing Violence: The Danger of Immigration from Violent Cultures. Sexual violence against women is out of control in many areas just across our border, and we are developing the same problems.

Gloria Applegate was raped and murdered by a man who thought that because she was a prostitute she was fair game. This attitude festers because we have changed from an assimilationist model of immigration to the more politically correct “multicultural” model. More women will die until we demand people coming to our country shed the third world barbarism of their homes and adopt American values, including the essential dignity of all people and the right of women, even prostitutes, to say no without fearing for their lives.


Saturday, November 1, 2008

obama's Aunt, an Illegal Alien Living in Public Housing, Contributed to His Presidential Campaign

Chicago - Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama said Saturday he didn't know his aunt was living in the United States illegally and believes that laws covering the situation should be followed.

The Associated Press found that Obama's aunt had been instructed to leave the country four years ago by an immigration judge who rejected her request for asylum from her native Kenya. The woman, Zeituni Onyango (zay-TUHN on-YANG-oh), is living in public housing in Boston and is the half-sister of Obama's late father.

A statement given to the AP by Obama's campaign said, “Senator Obama has no knowledge of her status but obviously believes that any and all appropriate laws be followed.” Traveling with Obama in Nevada, campaign strategist David Axelrod declined to elaborate on the statement, but said: “I think people are suspicious about stories that surface in the last 72 hours of a national campaign.”

An adviser to Republican John McCain’s campaign, Mark Salter, said he had no comment on the reports about Obama’s relative. "It's a family matter," Salter said.

Rudy Giuliani, campaigning for McCain in Henderson, Nev., said in an interview with The Associated Press that Obama’s aunt should be off limits in the campaign. “I don't think families should be hounded,” he said. “I don't think Barack Obama has anything to do with a relative being here illegally.”

The campaign said it was returning $260 that Onyango had contributed in small increments to Obama's presidential bid over several months. Federal election law prohibits foreigners from making political donations. Onyango listed her employer as the Boston Housing Authority and last gave $5 on Sept. 19.

Onyango, 56, is part of Obama's large paternal family, with many related to him by blood whom he never knew growing up.

Obama's father, Barack Obama Sr., left the future presidential nominee when the boy was 2, and they reunited only once--for a monthlong visit when Obama was 10. The elder Obama lived most of his life in Kenya, where he fathered seven other children with three other wives. He died in a car crash in 1982.

Obama was raised for the most part by his mother and her parents in Hawaii. He first met his father's side of the family when he traveled to Africa 20 years ago. He referred to Onyango as "Auntie Zeituni" when describing the trip in his memoir, saying she was "a proud woman.”

Obama's campaign said he had seen her a few times since that meeting, beginning with a return trip to Kenya with his future wife, Michelle, in 1992. Onyango visited the family in Chicago on a tourist visa at Obama's invitation about nine years ago, the campaign said, stopping to visit friends on the East Coast before returning to Kenya.

She attended Obama's swearing-in to the U.S. Senate in 2004, but campaign officials said Obama provided no assistance in getting her a tourist visa and doesn't know the details of her stay. The campaign said he last heard from her about two years ago when she called saying she was in Boston, but he did not see her there.

Onyango's refusal to leave the country would represent an administrative, noncriminal violation of immigration law, meaning such cases are handled outside the criminal court system. Estimates vary, but many experts believe there are more than 10 million such immigrants in the U.S.

The AP could not immediately reach Onyango for comment. When a reporter went to her home Friday night, no one answered the door. A neighbor said she was often not home on weekends. Onyango did not immediately return telephone and written messages left at her home.

Onyango was instructed to leave the country by a U.S. immigration judge who denied her asylum request, a person familiar with the matter told the AP. This person spoke on condition of anonymity because no one was authorized to discuss Onyango's case.

It was unclear why her request was rejected in 2004. A spokeswoman for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Kelly Nantel, said the government does not comment on an individual's citizenship status or immigration case.

Information about the deportation case was disclosed and confirmed by two separate sources, one a federal law enforcement official. The information they made available is known to officials in the federal government, but the AP could not establish whether anyone at a political level in the Bush administration or in the McCain campaign had been involved in its release.

Onyango's case--coming to light just days before the presidential election--led to an unusual nationwide directive within Immigrations and Customs Enforcement requiring that any deportations before Tuesday's election be approved at least at the level of the agency's regional directors, the U.S. law enforcement official told the AP.

The directive suggests that the administration is sensitive to the political implications of Onyango's case coming to light so close to the election.

The East African nation has been fractured by violence in recent years, including a period of two months of bloodshed after December 2007 that killed 1,500 people.

In Boston, Lydia Agro, communications director for the Housing Authority, said Onyango had been screened and approved for public housing as an "eligible non-citizen" when she moved in in 2003. She said the authority is not notified of deportation orders and did not know Onyango was related to Obama until two days ago.

Agro said the authority doesn't believe it needs to take any action to remove Onyango from public housing despite the order.

She said that although Onyango entered the system under federal guidelines in a federal development, she now lives in a state-funded development. State law forbids the authority from even asking Onyango about her immigration status. That means the federal deportation order has no bearing on Onyango's eligibility for the state-funded project where she lives, Agro said.

"We're not convinced that the deportation decision will affect her housing at all right now," she said.

"She's been a very good resident," she added.


Monday, October 27, 2008

99 illegal aliens arrested, 41 with criminal histories, in Pennsylvania and Delaware

PHILADELPHIA - U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced today that its fugitive operations teams based in Philadelphia detention and removal office arrested 37 fugitives, which included 14 with criminal records, during a targeted operation which started on October 14th and ended on October 26th. During the operation an additional 62 immigration violators were arrested, 27 with criminal histories. All of the arrests occurred in Pennsylvania and Delaware.

"This was a concerted effort by our offices and local law enforcement officials to target, arrest and remove the most dangerous illegal aliens who entered our country and act with blatant disregard for our laws," said Thomas Decker, field office director for ICE Office of Detention and Removal in Philadelphia. "We are a law enforcement agency charged with protecting our community from criminal aliens and the integrity of the nation's legal immigration system."

All together, fugitive operations teams based in Philadelphia, New York City, and Newark, NJ arrested a total of 384 illegal aliens during the 13-day-long operation that commenced on October 14. In New Jersey, of the 145 fugitives arrested, 65 with criminal records. During that operation, an additional 44 immigration violators were arrested, 22 of whom had criminal histories. In New York City, ICE officers apprehended 90 fugitives were arrested, including 46 with criminal histories. Six other immigration violators were arrested, all with criminal histories.

An immigration fugitive is an alien who has failed to depart the United States after receiving a final order of removal from an independent immigration judge, or who has failed to report to a Detention and Removal Officer after receiving notice to do so. People who have illegally re-entered the U.S. after deportation are subject to criminal prosecution or immediate removal from the U.S. The non-fugitive immigration violators arrested during this operation have been charged with immigration violations, placed in removal proceedings and will appear before an independent immigration judge from the Department of Justice.

Their crimes include: Homicide, Robbery, Aggravated Assault with a Weapon, Parole Violations, Possession with Intent to Manufacture or Deliver a Controlled Substance, Knowingly Possessing a Controlled Substance, and DUI. Following are examples of fugitive aliens arrested by the Philadelphia Fugitive Operations Teams during this operation:

A Mexican citizen was arrested in Dover, Del. He was convicted of Murder in the First Degree in Maryland in 2006. This case was presented to the US Attorney's Office, District of Delaware, for the alleged offense of 8 USC 1325, illegal entry.

A Dominican fugitive and former Legal Permanent Resident was arrested in Philadelphia. He was previously deported on September 15, 2004 due to his criminal convictions and he illegally re-entered the United States again. He has convictions for Importation of Heroin and False Statements on a US passport application. He was arrested at his place of employment and the case was accepted by the US Attorney, Eastern District of Pennsylvania for violation of Title 8 USC 1326 Re-Entry after Deportation.

A Nigerian fugitive was arrested in Philadelphia. He had convictions for Aggravated Assault, Simple Assault and Retail Theft as well as Driving with a suspended license, Disorderly Conduct.

A Dominican fugitive was arrested in Philadelphia. He has arrests for Driving under the Influence, Possession with Intent to Manufacture or Deliver a Controlled Substance, and Knowingly Possessing a Controlled Substance.

A woman from the Cayman Islands was arrested in Hellertown Pa. She has multiple convictions for Tampering with or Fabricating Physical Evidence, Robbery, Aggravated Assault with a Weapon, Parole Violation, and Criminal Attempt at Fraud. She will be detained pending a hearing before the immigration judge.

A Belarus fugitive was arrested in Philadelphia. He had 3 arrests for Driving Under the Influence as well as an arrest for Retail Theft.

ICE Detention and Removal Operations, received support from ICE Office of Investigations.

During the federal government's fiscal year 2008, which ended Sept. 30, Fugitive Operations Teams arrested 1,157 illegal aliens in the three-state area covered by the Philadelphia ICE office. Of this total, 849 were fugitive aliens and 257 had criminal convictions in addition to their administrative immigration violations.

ICE established its Fugitive Operations Program in 2003 to eliminate the nation's backlog of immigration fugitives and ensure that deportation orders handed down by immigration judges are enforced. Today ICE has more than 100 Fugitive Operations Teams deployed nationwide to pursue these absconders. In fiscal year 2008, those teams accounted for more than 34,000 arrests, which is more than double the total from just two years ago. As a result of these efforts, the nation's fugitive alien population continues to decline. Estimates now place the number of fugitive alien cases at slightly under 560,000, a decrease of nearly 37,000 within the last year. This is a historic reversal of the previous growth trend in fugitive cases.

ICE's Fugitive Operations Program is an integral part of the comprehensive multi-year plan launched by the Department of Homeland Security to secure America's borders and reduce illegal migration. That strategy seeks to gain operational control of both the northern and southern borders, while re-engineering the detention and removal system to ensure that illegal aliens are removed from the country quickly and efficiently.


Wednesday, October 22, 2008

obama Wants 12 Million Illegals to Get Citizenship

A Barack Obama administration would be a “nation killer” if Democrats attain a “supermajority” in the Senate, a leading conservative figure on immigration warned Tuesday.

Obama also has said he wants to make the 12 million illegal aliens in the U.S. citizens as soon as he can — an amnesty program that would make them legally entitled to full government benefits, including Social Security and health care.

William Gheen, president of the Raleigh, N.C.-based Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC), says Obama’s plan would make it politically impossible to secure America’s borders. He describes Obama and a new Democratic Congress as a “worst-case scenario” for border and immigration security.

“I would paint that scenario as a nation killer,” Gheen, a former campaign consultant and an outspoken advocate for stronger border control policies, tells Newsmax. “I would expect amnesty to pass within a year. That means in the next presidential election, you will have a new voting bloc of 15 million illegal aliens who turn into voters.

“And that voting bloc,” he says, “especially in the Southwest United States, would be enough to take full control of most city, state, and county governments, thus destroying any future hopes for immigration enforcement or border security.”

Although GOP nominee John McCain has rarely confronted Obama during the campaign over immigration — presumably to avoid alienating Hispanic voters — Obama’s record reflects a clear focus on expanding entitlements to undocumented workers.

As a state senator in Illinois, for example, Obama co-sponsored that state’s version of the DREAM Act, which allowed youngsters in the country illegally to receive in-state tuition. He later supported similar legislation in the U.S. Senate.

During a September campaign swing, Obama told the North Carolina Public Radio station WUNC that the children of illegal immigrants should have an opportunity to attend community colleges.

“For us to deny them access to community college, even though they’ve never lived in Mexico, as least as far as they can tell, is to deny that this is how we’ve always built this country up,” Obama said.

According to the NewsObserver.com, the McCain campaign reacted to Obama’s remark by issuing the statement: “John McCain does not support amnesty or benefits for undocumented immigrants. He has consistently opposed giving amnesty or public benefits to undocumented immigrants.”

Obama, who tends to dismiss discussion of his pro-immigration positions as politically motivated “distractions,” has demonstrated no such reticence to expand entitlements for illegals. Specifically:

  • Obama’s plan for universal health care would include coverage for illegal immigrants, according to political strategist and Newsmax columnist Dick Morris. Morris has warned that covering illegals “adds dramatically” to the cost of universal health care.

  • In March, Obama voted to table a Senate amendment that would support the withdrawal of federal assistance “to sanctuary cities that ignore the immigration laws of the United States and create safe havens for illegal aliens and potential terrorists.” McCain did not cast a vote.

  • Obama supported the McCain-Kennedy immigration reform legislation that was defeated in 2006. Since then, McCain has taken the position that securing the borders must precede immigration reform. Obama continues to support a process to “bring people out of the shadows” and eventually obtain legal status (at which point they would be eligible for the federally mandated benefits available to anyone, such as Social Security). Obama also calls for enhanced border security.

  • The Democratic candidate for president supports, in principle, providing state-funded welfare benefits to legal immigrants. While a state senator, Obama supported allocating state funds to provide Medicaid coverage to some legal immigrants, according to OnTheIssues.org.

  • Obama has supported increasing the number of work visas issued each year, such as the H1-B visa, especially for applicants with specialized skills. According to OnTheIssues.org, Obama co-sponsored, along with New York Sen. Hillary Clinton, a bill that would provide federal funding to help states provide health care and education to non-U.S. citizens.

  • Obama strongly supports encouraging American children to become bilingual and, at one point in the campaign, appeared to suggest it should be mandatory. In June, he voted against a Senate provision that would declare English the national language of the United States. McCain voted for it.

    Edward I. Nelson, the chairman of the nonprofit U.S. Border Control organization, warns that “Welfare and in-state tuition are powerful inducements to illegal immigration, as are free medical benefits.”

    Nelson says his organization has awarded both Obama and McCain an “F” on their immigration and border control policies.

    Gheen says Obama and McCain both would ultimately favor amnesty for illegals, albeit differently.

    “Obama would give in-state tuition and driver’s licenses to illegal aliens, then make them legal,” Gheen says. “McCain would make them legal, and then give them in-state tuition and driver’s licenses.”

  • Friday, October 17, 2008

    Police arrest illegal alien in series of home invasions

    WASHINGTON -- Police have arrested a man in connection with five home invasion robberies that included the murder of a Bethesda woman last month.

    The suspect, 33-year-old Jose Juan Garcia-Perlera of Hyattsville, has been charged with first-degree murder and armed robbery. He was brought into custody on Wednesday, and is currently being held without bond.

    Sources tell Channel 7 Garcia-Perlera is an illegal immigrant who has lived in the U.S. for six years.

    DNA helped police link him to the murder of 63-year-old Mary Frances Havenstein and four other home-invasion robberies that have occurred since September of last year.

    "I am greatly relieved to bring the news of this arrest to our community," Montgomery County Police Chief Tom Manger says. "We know that many of our residents and their loved ones have been living in fear since we first announced our belief that home invasions in Bethesda, Potomac, and Chevy Chase were linked."

    Police say the robberies have several things in common: Each victim was older than 63 and tied up during the robberies; each home had a secluded backyard; none of the homes had an alarm system.

    Havenstein's bound body was found at her home in the 8900 block of Seven Locks Road in Bethesda around 8:43 a.m. on Sept. 4. Police were called to the home after the woman's niece couldn't reach her.

    Dating back to September of 2007, there have been several home invasion robberies in Montgomery County and D.C. targeting elderly residents, including:

  • Sept. 17, 2007 on Maryknoll Avenue in Bethesda. The victim was a 92-year-old woman.

  • Nov. 27, 2007 on Montgomery Street in Chevy Chase. The victim was a 77-year-old woman.

  • Jan. 9, 2008 on 49th Street in Northwest, D.C. The victims were an 84-year-old man and 85-year-old woman.

  • Feb. 27, 2008 on Picasso Lane in Potomac. The victim was a 78-year-old woman.

  • May 7, 2008 on Brookside Drive in Bethesda. The victims were a man and woman in their 70s.

  • Thursday, October 16, 2008

    Illegal alien slams SUV into Lee Road church

    COVINGTON)---Covington Police report that an illegal alien ran an SUV into a Lee Road church and told officers he was trying to teach himself how to drive.

    Covington Police Capt. Jack West says that 48-year-old Roman Mateo Zeferino, an illegal alien showing a Covington address, has been cited for careless operation of a motor vehicle, no driver's license, and operating a motor vehicle without lawful presence.

    It happened shortly after 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 15, in the 1200 block of North Lee Road in Covington. Capt. West says that officers responded to a call where an SUV was reportedly wrecked into the front of a church. When they arrived, officers noted that the driver, later identified as Zeferino, crawled into a rear seat of the vehicle and exited the SUV.

    Capt. West said officers had to locate someone who could speak Spanish to eventually learn that Zeferino was an illegal alien who did not know how to drive. The officers were told by Zeferino that he was teaching himself how to drive, lost control, and rammed into the church. No one was inside the church when it was struck.

    Capt. West adds that even though the state legislature approved a law enabling local law enforcement to detain illegal aliens like Zeferino, jail overcrowding is forcing officers to simply write citations and release the suspects.


    Wednesday, October 15, 2008

    CUSTOMS: Illegal alien used dead man's identity

    An undocumented immigrant is behind bars after he allegedly used the identity of a dead man from McAllen for the past 20 years.

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials said the incident happened at the Gateway International Bridge on Satuday afternoon.

    In a statement released Wednesday, customs officials said they charged Jorge Andres Yanez-Garcia is being harced with making a false claim to U.S. citizenship.

    The 54-year-old Mexican national was the passenger in a vehicle crossing the international bridge between Brownsville and Matamoros.

    Court documents show that Yanez-Garcia allegedly presented a Florida driver's license under the name Roberto Zamarano, Jr.

    Yanez-Garcia was sent to secondary inspection where officials learned his true identity through a fringerprint database.

    Customs Officials said in their statement that they discovered the real Roberto Zamarano, Jr. had died.

    Yanez-Garcia told investigators that he had been living in Bradenton, Florida and had been using Zamarano's papers and identity for the past 20 years.


    Tuesday, October 7, 2008

    Illegal Aliens Charged In Forged Documents Scheme

    HAMILTON, Ohio -- Authorities arrested two illegal aliens Monday accused of making fake identification cards.

    Officers said they purchased a forged Social Security card, Illinois identification card and permanent resident card from two men after an undercover investigation.

    Undercover officers met with Victor Gayton Hernandez, 27, of Delhi Township, and provided a photograph and name for the documents.

    Police said Hernandez handed over the forged documents at a Fairfield grocery store and charged officers $400.

    Deputies followed Hernandez to a nearby trailer park and arrested him, and investigators said he possessed cash and other forged documents.

    Authorities said Hernandez’s cell phone rang repeatedly during the arrest, and investigators said the callers wanted to discuss forged documents they planned to purchase.

    Undercover officers called one of those customers back and set up a meeting, and police said 28-year-old Rosalio Ruiz-Terrones met officers at a Hamilton grocery parking lot and paid $50 for some forged documents.

    Both Hernandez and Ruiz-Terrones admitted to being in the U.S. illegally from Mexico, and immigration officials plan to undertake deportation proceedings against both men.


    illegal alien pleads guilty to sex trafficking minor females

    CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - An illegal Mexican immigrant pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court to two counts of sex trafficking of minor females and one count of transporting an adult female for the purpose of committing sex acts for money.

    According to the U.S. Attorney's Office, Jorge Flores-Rojas, took a minor female and an adult from Charlotte to Washington, DC, to engage in sex acts in November of 2007.

    He also admitted to taking another minor female from Washington, DC, to Charlotte and other places for her to commit sex acts for money.

    Each of the victims were illegal women from Mexico or Honduras.

    Flores-Rojas could be sentenced between 10 years to life in prison. His sentencing date has not been scheduled.


    Thursday, October 2, 2008

    Illegal alien arrested at marijuana garden on Six Rivers

    Federal agents arrested an undocumented immigrant from Mexico at a pot grow on the Six Rivers National Forest Tuesday.

    According to a Six Rivers National Forest press release, Andres Hernandez, an undocumented immigrant, was found on site and arrested for allegedly growing and processing marijuana.

    Agents from the U.S. Forest Service and the U.S. Bureau of Land Management in August located a marijuana garden near Grouse Mountain and put together an operation that was carried out on Tuesday.

    Agents entered the marijuana garden and allegedly found Hernandez processing marijuana. He was arrested without incident.

    A total of 2,169 marijuana plants were found in the garden. In addition, approximately 100 pounds of processed marijuana was also seized in the raid, a Six Rivers press release said.

    Also found in the marijuana cultivation site were large amounts of trash and supplies spread throughout an area near Mosquito Creek. Most of these supplies and trash are left behind by the growers after cultivating the marijuana, the statement said.

    There is no way to collect restitution for the cost to clean up these areas when growers are in the country illegally, the press release said. Public agencies and local resources are then left with the task and cost of the cleanup.

    Hernandez was booked into the Humboldt County jail on suspicion of cultivating marijuana, possessing marijuana for sale and dumping refuse on public lands.

    Meanwhile, officials with the county Drug Enforcement Unit and the Campaign Against Marijuana Planting, or CAMP, were operating in Southern Humboldt on Wednesday.

    Investigations into illegal grow operations were ongoing in the Seely Creek area, the Woods Ranch area and the Sprowell Creek area. The number of marijuana plants taken was not available at deadline.


    2 Illegal Aliens Sentenced In Large Drug Conspiracy

    Two illegal immigrants living in Tyler were sentenced Wednesday for their involvement in a large drug conspiracy.

    Maria Trinidad Lopez-Brawnt, also known as "Coco," 34, was sentenced to seven years and three months after she pleaded guilty to conspiring with Juan Camacho Calderon, 41, to possess and distribute at least 50 grams of methamphetamine and 500 grams of cocaine.

    U.S. District Judge Michael Schneider ordered her to pay $1 million in cash proceeds and surrender to immigration officials for deportation proceedings when she's released.

    Through a Spanish-speaking interpreter, Ms. Lopez apologized to the judge and others involved in the case. She gave a lengthy speech about her good childhood, attending college and being an accountant in Mexico, losing her husband and finding a new man she said she considers her husband.

    Assistant U.S. Attorney Allen Hurst said she made a fatal mistake falling in love with Calderon, the leader of the drug organization, and became involved in the drug trafficking.

    Calderon has pleaded guilty to the conspiracy and awaits sentencing.

    On Oct. 11, 2007, Calderon told Ms. Lopez he thought someone was following him and told her to gather a kilogram of cocaine, a rifle, ammunition and about $27,400 from his ranch, at 10570 Farm-to-Market Road 14, and hide them, court documents state. Also located at his ranch were two shotguns, two rifles, a revolver and more than 240 rounds of ammunitions.

    Ms. Lopez was represented by Natalie Fletcher.

    Andres Sosa Saucedo, a.k.a. "Llantas,"38, was sentenced to 12 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to conspiracy to possess and distribute more than 500 grams of meth, 5 kilograms of cocaine and more than 1,000 marijuana plants, beginning in 2004.

    He admitted he sold 57 grams of cocaine at his business, Andrew's Used Tires, 6164 Reynolds Road in Tyler.

    Saucedo said two shotguns found on his property were never in his business, which was near his house, and where he sold drugs. He said one firearm given to him in payment for a wheel was broken while the other gun was kept at his chicken coop to scare away dogs.

    Saucedo used an interpreter and told the judge lengthy details of his life. He said he came to Tyler from Mexico 10 years ago with nothing but the clothes he had on and eventually built his tire business. He said he regretted what he did mostly because he failed his family and asked the judge to forgive him.

    Hurst said Saucedo made bad decisions when he got to Tyler and became involved in the drug-trafficking organization with Calderon and other people.

    Schneider recommended he undergo drug treatment and turn himself over to immigration officials for deportation proceedings.

    Saucedo had a telephone conversation with Calderon in which Calderon asked him to find customers who would buy larger amounts of cocaine, but he found none. Saucedo said Calderon talked about horses and colts, but he knew colts referred to cocaine, documents show.

    Jorge Martinez Esquivel, 31, was also scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday but the hearing was postponed.

    In a 37-count indictment, 21 people were charged for the years-long conspiracy. They allegedly obtained meth and cocaine from multiple sources and grew marijuana to sell. They also allegedly used firearms to protect the drug business and sold weapons.

    Several law enforcement agencies began investigating the meth ring in 2005. Dubbed "Operation Thin Ice." The government is seeking forfeiture of cash, guns and six properties.


    Monday, September 29, 2008

    Video - Illegal Alien Kidnap Suspect Pretends He Can't Speak English

    Illegal Aliens Caught Shoplifting from Wal-Mart

    California -- On Sept. 25, St. Mary’s Sheriff Dfc. J. Logalbo responded to Wal-Mart in California for a report of a shoplifter.

    Investigation revealed Elmer Garcia, 20 of Great Mills and Edgar Caceres-Funez, 26 of Great Mills, stole a pair of “George” earrings. Elmer Garcia and Edgar Caceres-Funez were arrested for theft.

    Further investigation revealed both Elmer Garcia and Edgar Caceres-Funez were illegal immigrants from Guatemala.

    Garcia and Caceres-Funez are currently incarcerated in the St. Mary’s County Detention Center on $3,500 bond each for the theft charges.

    In addition, Immigration & Customs Enforcement were notified. Elmer Garcia & Edgar Caceres-Funez are also being held on charges/detainer’s filed by ICE.


    Illegal alien charged with alleged sex crimes

    CUMBERLAND COUNTY (WTVD) -- Cumberland County Sheriff's Deputies have arrested an illegal Mexican immigrant for alleged sex crimes involving a 14-year-old girl.

    Erick Cisneros-Zavala of Hope Mills was arrested on Friday at a home he shared with relative.

    Cisneros-Zavala, 25, is charged with statutory rape, statutory sex offense against a child and taking indecent liberties with a child. Investigators say the offense occurred on September 25, 2008 at the suspect's home.

    He remains in the Cumberland County Detention Center under a $15,000 secured bond. He made a first court appearance Monday.


    Wednesday, September 24, 2008

    Chertoff: Illegal Aliens 'Degrade' Environment

    Illegal immigrants "degrade the environment," according to Homeland Security Sec. Michael Chertoff, speaking to the Associated Press.

    "Illegal migrants really degrade the environment. I've seen pictures of human waste, garbage, discarded bottles and other human artifact in pristine areas," Chertoff told the AP. "And believe me, that is the worst thing you can do to the environment."

    Chertoff was defending the need for a "virtual fence" on the border between the United States and Mexico, which he implied would be an environmental boon in border areas. Some opponents say such barriers are harmful to the environment.

    Over 150 miles of fence had been constructed through last week, Chertoff said, less than half of the 370 miles of actual fencing Homeland Security hopes to construct.


    Wednesday, September 17, 2008

    Violent crimes surge after illegal aliens invade Texas

    Aliens flee strict immigration policies for friendlier Lone Star State

    While illegal aliens flee strict immigration enforcement policies in several states and settle in Texas, the state's budget is suffering and violent crime, soaring.

    News reports indicate a flood of illegal aliens is coming from states such as Arizona and Oklahoma – where immigration crackdowns have made life more difficult for them. In the meantime, Texas' violent crime rates have taken a turn for the worse.

    WND researched FBI crime statistics from years 2006 to 2007 for 29 of Texas' largest cities with populations of more than 100,000. The Preliminary Annual Uniform Crime Report reveals two of the state's well-known sanctuary cities with "don't-ask-don't-tell" policies, Houston and Austin, have surging violent crime rates. Houston experienced an additional 314 violent crimes in 2007 compared with 2006 figures. Austin had 213 more violent crimes reported to law enforcement than the previous year.

    According to the stats, overall, the 29 most populous Texas cities had 1,083 more violent crimes committed in 2007 than in 2006. While arrest records usually do not indicate suspect citizenship status, the crime trend matches a migration wave of illegal aliens coming from locations such as Arizona and Oklahoma – states with strict immigration enforcement policies and declining violent crime rates.

    Getting tough on illegals

    Since 2006, Oklahoma has passed laws cutting off benefits such as welfare and college financial aid to illegal aliens. Thousands of Hispanics fled the Tulsa, Okla., area in the shadow of a 2007 state law that limits benefits and mandates deportation for illegal aliens, according to a report from KTUL television in Tulsa.

    The news report said in East Tulsa, where a community of Hispanics had grown over recent years, there was a sudden drop in population.

    Deputies from the Tulsa County sheriff's office went through training to handle apprehension and deportation procedures, and prepare them to perform multiple duties of both deputy sheriffs and Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents.

    Tulsa County Sheriff Stanley Glanz told KTUL in 2007 that the impact of the illegal alien population was evident everywhere in the state, especially in jails.

    "We see the effects of gangs, we see the effects of illegal immigrants, we see the effects of drugs, we see the effects of methamphetamines," he said.

    According to the FBI preliminary crime report, Tulsa experienced 264 fewer violent crimes in 2007 than in 2006.

    Oklahoma law eliminates most taxpayer subsidies for illegal immigrants, allows state and local law enforcement officers to verify the residency status of those arrested and makes it a felony to shelter or transport illegal aliens.

    Likewise, Arizona passed strict laws in 2007 requiring employers to verify the immigration status of employees – including one that suspends business licenses of people who hire illegal aliens. The crackdown prompted an exodus from that state.

    "I would say we are losing at least 100 people a day," Elias Bermudez, founder of Immigrants Without Borders and host of a daily talk-radio program aimed at undocumented immigrants, told Arizona Republic.

    The news report said it's impossible to count exactly how many illegal aliens have fled because of the law, but interviews with immigrant advocates, community workers and real-estate agents confirm the number is significant.

    "Some are moving to other states, where they think they will have an easier time getting jobs," the report said. "Others are returning to Mexico, selling their effects and putting their houses on the market."

    According to FBI figures, overall, Arizona's largest cities with populations of more than 100,000 experienced 765 fewer incidents of violent crime in 2007 than in the previous year.

    Impact of illegal immigration on Texas

    The Center for Immigration Studies estimates more than 1.7 million illegal aliens live in Texas. The state has a reputation for welcoming illegals, and it has not passed a law targeting employers who hire them.

    Ortiz, a Mexican illegal alien, told the Associated Press he recently left Phoenix to find employment in Houston.

    "Here, they let you work," he said. "Over there, they won't. There is a lot of racism, but here there isn't – it's better."

    Between 8 percent and 9 percent of the Texas workforce is composed of illegal aliens – many who perform agriculture, restaurant and construction jobs. Critics say cracking down on employers who hire illegals could seriously hurt the state economy.

    However, according to the Federation for American Immigration Reform, or FAIR, 44 percent of Texas' illegals use welfare programs including food stamps and Medicaid, while 70 percent are uninsured. It estimates the combined costs of education ($4 billion), medical care ($520 million) and incarceration ($150 million) of illegal aliens in Texas to be $4.7 billion each year.

    While the uncompensated cost of incarcerating illegal aliens in Texas' state and county prisons amounts to about $150 million a year, it does not include local jail detention costs or related law enforcement and judicial expenditures or the monetary costs of crimes that led to their incarceration.

    The Texas migration is not likely to subside soon, experts say. FAIR estimates, "Without any change in immigration policy or enforcement, i.e., with the current trend in large-scale legal and illegal immigration, the state's population is likely to increase from today's about 23 million residents to around 41 to 43 million persons in 2050."


    Tuesday, September 16, 2008

    Illegal alien admits killing girl, 15, in Milwaukie

    OREGON CITY -- An illegal immigrant pleaded guilty today to murdering 15-year-old Dani Countryman in a case that drew national attention and exposed flaws in the process for deporting criminal offenders.

    Alejandro Emeterio Rivera Gamboa admitted in Clackamas County Circuit Court that he stepped on Countryman's throat to help subdue her while his cousin, also a Mexican national from the Guadalajara area, allegedly raped the girl.

    Countryman died in the early hours of July 28, 2007, after a night of partying at the Balboa Apartments in Milwaukie. The Texas teenager was vacationing in Oregon, visiting her older sister, and planned to return home later that day.

    Ashley Countryman, who was one of the last people to see her sister alive, sat quietly through the proceedings and later declined to speak with media. Dani Countryman's grandmother, who lives in Texas, listened in by phone.

    According to the terms of a plea bargain, Rivera Gamboa pleaded guilty to aggravated murder and abuse of a corpse and will be sentenced to life in prison. He must serve at least 35 years before he is eligible for parole. He was charged with abuse of a corpse because he moved Countryman's body after killing her, according to Chris Owen, deputy district attorney.

    Gamboa and his cousin, Javier "Gabe" Arellano Gamboa, were initially charged with aggravated murder, attempted rape and attempted sexual abuse. Arellano Gamboa remains in custody pending trial.

    For those demanding a crackdown on illegal immigration, the murder became a high-profile example of the consequences of lax enforcement. Rivera Gamboa had been in police custody nine months before the murder and admitted he was in the United States illegally. But he was not deported.

    The Oregonian reported that Rivera Gamboa pleaded guilty to two counts of drunken driving in November 2006. He signed a plea agreement that stated he was not a U.S. citizen and was released without anyone in the criminal justice system notifying immigration authorities.


    Friday, September 12, 2008

    Illegal Alien RAPES 99-Year Old Woman

    HIALEAH (CBS4) ― A Hialeah man has been denied bond for a horrific and heinous crime against two elderly women, ages 99- and 81-years old. Jose Corrales, 33, appeared in bond court Friday, charged with two counts of sexual battery, two counts of kidnapping and two counts of occupied burglary with battery.

    According to detectives, the first incident occurred in Hialeah on June 22nd, when Corrales, an illegal alien working as a roofer, spotted the 99-year old woman while she was taking out her trash. Police say he had a brief conversation with her then followed her back to the front door and forced his way in.

    The frail 99-year old woman attempted to fight back but was simply overpowered. Police say he pushed her to the ground with such force, that her dentures flew across the room.

    She pleaded for her life as she was slapped and punched in the stomach, face, legs, arms and back, according to the police report. Eventually, she was grabbed by the neck and dragged into her bedroom where, police say, Corrales forced her to perform oral sex.

    The second incident also occurred in Hialeah, but took place two months later on August 24th.

    The victim in this case was an 81-year old handicapped woman with limited mobility. She was sitting inside her home when Corrales stood at her doorway, commented how hot it was outside and removed his shirt.

    Speaking in Spanish, the 81-year-old woman told CBS4 Reporter Jorge Estevez how she did not lock her door in time, and he made his way inside and forced her to perform oral sex.

    Corrales was captured after DNA taken at both scenes matched. When questioned by police, Corrales admitted his involvement in both crimes.

    Source - http://cbs4.com/local/jose.corrales.hialeah.2.816219.html

    Wednesday, September 10, 2008

    Illegal alien pleads guilty to Providence murder

    PROVIDENCE -- Kelbyn Ramirez, 27, an illegal immigrant from the Dominican Republic, this morning pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the shooting of a friend in May 2007.

    Superior Court Judge Robert D. Krause accepted a plea bargain between Ramirez and the office of Atty. Gen. Patrick C. Lynch, and sentenced Ramirez to a 40-year prison term on a charge of second-degree murder, with 25 years to serve and the balance suspended with probation.

    On a second count, carrying a pistol without a license, Krause imposed a 10-year suspended sentence to run concurrently with the main sentence.

    Ramirez had been indicted on charges of murder and discharging a firearm with death resulting. But under the plea deal, Lynch's office agreed not to seek first-degree murder and to downgrade the second charge to carrying a pistol without a license.

    Ramirez, who has an extensive criminal record, admitted to the judge that he shot to death Aneuris Caceres, 21, also a citizen of the Dominican Republic, after the two argued and parted ways long enough to arm themselves.

    Caceres got a shotgun and Ramirez, a 9mm pistol, and Ramirez shot Caceres several times behind a tenement in South Providence.

    Sobeida Pena, Caceres' mother, gave a tearful victims' impact statement to the judge in court in which she demanded to know why Ramirez had killed her son, with whom he had been friends.

    Source - http://newsblog.projo.com/2008/09/illegal-immigra-1.html

    Monday, August 11, 2008

    Illegal Aliens Threaten Survival of U.S.

    It’s hard to believe that we enlightened, practical, eyes-wide-open Americans are living in a fable, a virtual fairy tale — but more and more evidence is making the case that we are.

    The “fairy tale” I refer to is actually a witty satire written by the brilliant author/politician Jonathan Swift in 1726. Because it was such an entertaining piece, it became a famous children’s story; but that was not the original intention of the author. Swift himself said “The chief end I propose to myself in all my labors is, to vex the world rather than divert it.”

    That is, he wanted to focus his society on its folly. And that he did, eloquently. But little could he have imagined how accurately he would picture our society in America today. It’s startling. It’s disheartening. And it’s threatening to our very survival.

    Remember? In Swift’s satire, a traveler named Gulliver finds himself in Lilliput, surrounded by a race of people universally 1/12 his size. Though he wishes them no harm, and in fact is quite friendly toward the little people, his size intimidates them. So they conspire to get him drunk and lying on the ground — at which time they crawl all over him, staking him to the ground with countless little ropes. And when he comes to, he’s helpless.

    You may not yet get the connection. But here are recent facts, revealed by none other than the Los Angeles Times, the truth teller in one of America’s unofficial “sanctuary cities” for illegal aliens.

    40 percent of all workers in L.A. County (10.2 million people) are working for cash and not paying taxes. This is because they are predominantly illegal immigrants working without a green card.

    95 percent of warrants for murder in Los Angeles are for illegal aliens.

    75 percent of people on the most wanted list in Los Angeles are illegal aliens.

    Over 2/3 of all births in Los Angeles County are to illegal alien Mexicans on Medi-Cal, whose births were paid for by taxpayers.

    Nearly 35 percent of all inmates in California detention centers are Mexican nationals here illegally.

    Over 300,000 illegal aliens in Los Angeles County are living in garages.

    The FBI estimates half of all gang members in Los Angeles to be illegal aliens from south of the border.

    Nearly 60 percent of all occupants of HUD properties are illegal.

    21 radio stations in L.A. are Spanish speaking.

    Of 10.2 million people in L.A. County, 5.1 million speak English, 3.9 million speak Spanish.

    All these alarming facts have been duly reported by the newspaper that favors current sanctuary-promoting Mayor Villaraigosa and makes sure that anti-immigration enforcement demonstrations featuring angry shouts in Spanish and under Mexican flags — in American streets and parks — get ample coverage. So don’t doubt the figures.

    Add to those some more recent stats:

    Less than 2 percent of illegal aliens are picking our crops, but 29 percent are on welfare.

    Over 70 percent of the United States’ annual population growth (and over 90 percent of California, Florida, and New York) results from immigration.

    29 percent of inmates in federal prisons are illegal aliens.

    Are you beginning to see why I can’t get the story of Gulliver out of my mind?

    Do you not see America as the benign giant up north that fails to defend its own borders or enforce its own laws, that looks the other way while some of its own citizens actually encourage the influx of illegals to do low-paying jobs, thinking it won’t matter seriously, and simply feeling compassion toward poor Latinos who seek a better life?

    Can’t we Americans, uniquely generous and welcoming and compassionate toward those less fortunate, see that our generosity is being horribly abused, that our economy is being overwhelmed, that whatever benefits might have derived from crop pickers and day laborers and kitchen workers have long since been washed away by an avalanche of the illiterate, the unskilled, the dependent, and the even the violent and criminal?

    Can’t we see that, like the drowsy Gulliver, we must rouse ourselves — quickly and decisively — and tear away any restrictions to the observance of our laws? That regardless of any cost economically, near or long term, we must root out all who are here illegally, and insist that they become Americans the old-fashioned way, legally and responsibly? And if they’ve committed crimes, in addition to illegal entry in the first place, they be deported immediately, out of our prisons and off our taxpayer support, and never allowed to return?

    What kind of sleepy, addled, politically correct, bleeding-heart fools have we become? Even Hispanic-Americans, who became citizens legally and have contributed greatly to our society, beyond question, must recognize that 14 million invaders from south of the border, many hurrying to have babies at our expense just to anchor them as citizens here, are creating an unwelcome, unflattering, and very dangerous burden on them, too!

    Look, millions of us really care about a dad sneaking in to make money for his family, about a poor woman bringing a child for hospital care, about a responsible teen hoping for some kind of future. Question: How many can come move in to your house, at your personal expense? Isn’t there some kind of limit to what even caring people can shoulder, all at once? Responsible legislators can enact rules allowing for us, the overburdened taxpayers, to cooperate with foundations and pro bono medics to help the most needy without completely dissolving all laws and saying Come one, come all!

    And how many trained jihadists do you reckon have joined the incoming throngs, to imbed in our cities and await instructions for the next 9/11?

    If we don’t elect representatives, from president to Congress, to city halls and county supervisors, who will act to rid this country of criminals and enforce our borders, we are fools, and worse, headed for our place on the shelf beside the fabled Gulliver.

    One horrible difference, though: Gulliver escaped and continued his travels. We won’t.


    Illegal aliens arrested for rape of juvenile

    Morgan County, Mo. — An illegal immigrant was arrested after allegedly raping a juvenile in the Otterville area.

    Edgar Menendez, also known as Joel Rubio, 26, of Sedalia, is being held on first-degree burglary and forcible rape charges.

    According to a news release issued by the Morgan County Sheriff’s Department, Menendez allegedly entered the home of the victim while her parents were gone and committed the crimes.

    Menendez’s girlfriend, Crystal Vasques, 26, also of Sedalia, took the juvenile across state lines to Illinois to dispose of the evidence.

    Vasques is charged with tampering with physical evidence. She is being held on a $25,000 cash-only bond.

    Menendez is being held on a $100,000 cash-only bond.

    The release also states that Menendez is here in the United States illegally.

    The Sedalia Police Department and the Saline County Sheriff’s Office worked with the Morgan County Sheriff’s Department to locate both suspects.


    Video - Illegal Alien Kills Little Frankie Blue Eyes Brooks In Front Of His Family

    Friday, August 8, 2008

    Three illegal aliens arrested have a combined 69 arrests

    Border Patrol agents in Yuma arrested three illegal aliens with extensive criminal histories and immigration violations in two separate incidents Wednesday.

    At about 6 p.m., agents discovered a set of footprints leading away from the Colorado River near County 8th Street - "a high-traffic area," said Border Patrol spokesman Ben Vik.

    Vik said agents tracked the prints for about two mil More..es to a field where they found an illegal alien trying to evade them.

    A fingerprint check identified him as Juan Francisco-Flores and revealed a criminal history originating in the late 1980s. Included were assault with a deadly weapon, inflicting injury upon spouse, driving under the influence and drug offenses. Francisco-Flores was also previously deported from the United States.

    Later that same evening, a Yuma Sector camera operator helped agents in the arrest of two more criminal aliens who used the same crossing point to enter the U.S.

    "They were trying to circumvent the north end of Yuma," Vik said. "The camera operator watched them enter the country illegally and guided agents to their location. It was a triumph of technology."

    Silvio Arrellano-Estrada, a criminal alien with history beginning in the 1990s, was found to have three previous arrests for various forms of theft including shoplifting and vehicle theft, as well re-entry after deportation.

    A records check identified the last subject as Sacramento Velasquez-Morales. His varied immigration and criminal history includes 60 arrests, using 47 aliases, spanning from the mid-1970s to present for multiple battery/assault charges, narcotics, theft and public drunkenness in various states such as California, Washington, Texas and Arizona.

    Velasquez-Morales reportedly has multiple illegal entry offenses and has been formally removed from the U.S. eight times.
    All of the criminal aliens were prosecuted for illegal entry, re-entry after deportation and reinstatement of prior removal orders under Operation Streamline.


    Thursday, August 7, 2008

    Illegal Aliens Won’t Leave Voluntarily

    Federal immigrations officials, unable to even slow the flow of illegal aliens into the United States, have come up with one of the most ridiculous ideas ever to originate in Washington, D.C. - and that's saying a lot.

    Judge for yourself: The Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency is asking people in the United States illegally to turn themselves in, in order to be deported. We told you it was absurd.

    ICE officials are not targeting all illegal immigrants - there may be as many as 12 million of them - but are hoping to interest a select few. Those eligible for the ICE program are the 457,000 illegals who have been caught once, and ordered by a judge to leave the country - but have failed to do so. In other words, ICE officials think that people who have refused to obey a court order to leave the United States in the past will volunteer now to do so on their own.

    ICE officials seem to think they are offering the illegals a good deal. In exchange for going to the agency and volunteering to be deported, illegal immigrants are relieved of any possibility that their homes could be raided. They also are given three months to get their affairs in order.

    The program is to be in effect through Aug. 22. By the end of its first day, Tuesday, just one person in Phoenix had taken ICE up on its offer.

    We suspect that many of the illegal immigrants targeted by ICE are getting at least something out of the program: a good laugh. But we won't be surprised if many law-abiding Americans don't see anything humorous in it.


    Tuesday, August 5, 2008

    Savage: "Illegal aliens" have "raped and disheveled" the Statue of Liberty

    SUMMARY: Discussing the Italian government's decision to deploy soldiers on city streets to combat violent crime allegedly committed by illegal immigrants, Michael Savage said: "So they've done there what we need to do here. We need to get our troops out of Iraq and put them on the streets of America to protect us from the scourge of illegal immigrants who are running rampant across America, killing our police for sport, raping, murdering like a scythe across America while the liberal psychos are telling us they come here to work." Savage added: "[Y]ou turn on the cable news, they're covering again a missing child. Not a missing country but a missing child. ... We hear about the rape of a woman, but not about the rape of the Statue of Liberty. The Statue of Liberty is crying, she's been raped and disheveled -- raped and disheveled by illegal aliens."


    Illegal Alien Accused of Raping a 12-year-old in Lincoln Co.

    An illegal immigrant is facing sexual assault charges tonight in Lincoln County.

    18-year-old Noe Trinidiad is accused of raping a 12-year-old girl.

    Deputies say Trinidad gave them a fake Social Security Card and ID when they questioned him about the alleged incident.

    He Is in jail tonight under a $150,000 bond.


    Illegal Alien Facing Sexual Assault Charges

    LINCOLNTON - Lincoln County Sheriff’s detective Sally Dellinger has charged an illegal immigrant with two count of first-degree rape. Noe Perez Trinidad, 18, of 3814 Crouse School Road, Crouse, NC is charged in connection with the rape of a 12-year-old female.

    Dellinger said Lincoln County Sheriff’s detectives and DSS were dispatched to the scene after an anonymous source reported the alleged incident. The suspect in the case gave officers a fake Social Security Card and ID when they questioned him at the scene.

    Trinidad was interviewed at the Sheriff’s Office on Friday and charged with the incidents that occurred at his Crouse School Road residence.

    He is in the Harven A. Crouse Detention Center under a $150,000 secured bond and his next court appearance will be on August 21, 2008.


    Sunday, August 3, 2008

    Illegal alien arrested 5 times before feds told

    If Mayor Gavin Newsom is serious about tightening up San Francisco's sanctuary laws, he might want to take a look at the case of Marco Martinez - a 26-year-old illegal immigrant from El Salvador who has been arrested by police five times in the past year and a half for allegedly selling crack cocaine but has never wound up in the feds' hands.

    According to police records, Martinez first appeared on the radar here Oct. 6, 2006, when he sold crack to an undercover officer in United Nations Plaza. He was booked into jail, but quickly posted $35,000 bail and was released - long before the Sheriff's Department said it could conduct a background check to determine if the federal immigration officials should be notified.


    Tuesday, July 22, 2008

    Illegal alien, 18, charged with having sex with girl, 12

    PALMETTO - An 18-year-old Palmetto man is accused of having sex with a 12-year-old girl who he picked up after she ran away from home around noon Sunday.

    Gavino Guitierez, of 4003 3rd Ave. Blvd. E., told authorities he had sex with the girl three times. He also admitted that he is an illegal immigrant from Mexico, according to a Manatee County Sheriff’s report.

    The girl returned home at about 6 p.m. Sunday and deputies were waiting to question her about where she had been. The girl said she was with Guitierez and had sex with him, according to a report.

    Guitierez is being held on three counts of felony lewd and lascivious battery with a $150,000 bond. He also has an immigration hold on him, according to a report.


    Wednesday, July 16, 2008

    Video - illegal immigration killing america

    Video - 50 Illegal Alien Gang Members Arrested In Utah

    Owners of 11 McDonald's in Nevada plead guilty to helping illegal aliens get fake social security numbers

    RENO, Nev. (AP) - Two executives and the corporation that owns 11 McDonald's restaurants in northern Nevada pleaded guilty Wednesday to felony immigration charges stemming from raids last fall.

    Agents for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested 56 people in Reno, Sparks and Fernley last September after serving 12 court-ordered search warrants at the restaurants and franchise offices in Reno.

    At a federal court hearing Wednesday in Las Vegas, attorneys for Mack Associates Inc., which owns the restaurants, pleaded guilty on behalf of the franchise to two felony counts, including conspiracy to encourage an alien's unlawful residence in the United States and aiding and abetting an alien to remain here, authorities said.

    Authorities charged that Mack Associates' management employed people they knew were in the country illegally by furnishing them with names and Social Security numbers belonging to others.

    Under a plea agreement, the franchise will pay $1 million in fines.

    Luther Mack, owner of Mack Associates, was not charged, authorities said.

    "This case should serve as a reminder to employers that knowingly hiring illegal aliens violates federal law," Nevada U.S. Attorney Gregory Brower said.

    "Companies and their managers who engage in such conduct are on notice that violations will be prosecuted and that the criminal penalties can be significant."

    Mack Associates lawyer Robert Goldman issued a statement, saying the company cooperated in the investigation and accepts responsibility.

    Operation's director Joe Gillespie, 53, of Sparks, pleaded guilty to one count of aiding and abetting an alien.

    Jimmy Moore, the franchise's former vice president, pleaded guilty to inducing an illegal alien to remain in the U.S.

    Both face up to five years in prison and $250,000 in fines when sentenced by U.S. District Judge James Mahan, Brower said. Sentencing was set for October.

    Anntoinette Richmond, 44, the corporation's controller, faces one misdemeanor count of continuing employment of an unauthorized alien, Brower said. Her court date in Reno has not been set.

    Of the illegal immigrants arrested during the raids, federal authorities said about 30 were returned to their native countries. The others were provided documentation that allowed them to remain in the United States pending the outcome of the criminal investigation, authorities said.


    Monday, July 14, 2008

    Illegal Alien Charged in Rape Case

    In the early morning hours of July 13, St. Mary’s County Bureau of Criminal Investigations detectives charged Alverio Dominguez, 24 with no fixed address, with second-degree rape and second-degree assault.

    The arrest came as a result of an investigation into a rape which occurred on July 12 at approximately 10 p.m. in Lexington Park. Detectives determined that the suspect, who was unfamiliar to the victim or anyone else at the home, saw a social gathering outside of the 23 year old victim’s residence and walked over to the yard to participate.

    He entered the victim’s bedroom after she left the gathering to go to sleep and assaulted her. He fled to a nearby residence when another person at the home heard the victim calling for help and attempted to enter the locked bedroom.
    Deputies located Dominguez hiding under a bed and took him into custody.

    The victim was treated at St. Mary’s Hospital. Dominguez, who is an illegal alien, was incarcerated at the St. Mary’s County Detention Center.


    Thursday, July 3, 2008

    Welfare money going to illegal aliens

    It’s an outrage. It’s a scandal. It’s un-American. And something must be done. What is it?

    It’s the army of illegal aliens getting fat off state welfare benefits. Or, at least that’s what earnest callers and letter-writers contend in their regular communications on the subject. Few things seem to rankle readers more than the idea that people here illegally are collecting benefits traditionally reserved for taxpaying citizens.

    With the state budget facing a crisis and the economy on the skids, lately I have been reminded more than usual of the unreported costs generated by the undocumented in our midst. Complaints that come in sporadically in fat times greatly increase in frequency and volume when the governor calls for more than $1 billion in state budget cuts.

    Polls indicate most Nevadans long ago made up their minds about the aliens among them. A Public Opinion Strategies survey taken in April 2006 provides a substantive baseline for the Silver State’s immigration mind-set. Pollster Glen Bolger found 88 percent of voters saw themselves concerned “about the issue of illegal immigration.” And 76 percent saw a candidate’s stance on the issue as something they would likely consider before voting.

    When it comes to receiving a cherished benefit such as the Millennium Scholarship, 67 percent of Nevadans surveyed believed illegal immigrants should be excluded. And another 74 percent believed it should be a felony for businesses to hire illegals. Only half of those polled agreed that children of illegal immigrants should be able to pay in-state college tuition.

    In other words, Nevadans harbored strong feelings about illegal immigration, most of it negative.

    But while the presence of undocumented immigrants in the community may add costs to everything from the county hospital and public education to police service and courtroom calendar calls, it doesn’t seem to have crippled Nevada’s traditionally tight-fisted welfare system.

    I know that won’t sit well with those who dream of an impenetrable border fence and believe illegal immigration is bankrupting the nation. I’m sure the letters are being written before the ink dries on this column.

    There’s no shortage of outrage, but in this area there’s no great scandal. At least that’s the view of Nevada Division of Welfare and Supportive Services administrator Nancy Ford. Her office processes claims for things like federal food stamps and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families dollars.

    The first common misconception is that illegal immigrant adults are allowed to collect temporary assistance funds, Ford says. They’re not. Undocumented adults are banned by law, and documented adults are banned for five years.

    Their children, however, can receive TANF help. And, obviously, their parents would be allowed access to the dollars.

    Of the 21,043 people in Nevada receiving TANF money as of my recent interview, Ford says 2,350 of those are “citizen children of both documented and undocumented aliens.” There were 831 immigrant families in the system last month.

    There’s no way around the fact, Ford says, “the adults are going to get the check because the kids aren’t going to be able to pay rent and buy food.”

    Just how much do these children receive?

    It’s $306.62 a month per family for the first child and $50 for each additional child.

    That’s not much incentive to start producing progeny.

    “I would say it’s probably not cost-effective to have more children,” Ford says. “I think the public has a misconception that undocumented aliens are eligible for these programs. They’re not.”

    Nor, she adds, are the noncitizen children of undocumented immigrants.

    Here is where state welfare sources tell me they see a problem. They tell me it can be much more difficult and time-consuming for citizens with proper identification to receive benefits than it is for immigrants with no proof of citizenship for their children.

    Although no one is turned away at the county hospital, Ford says, only the children of illegal immigrants are eligible for emergency medical care.

    All this doesn’t mean documented and undocumented immigrants don’t generate a cost to the state’s welfare service or that there aren’t folks gaming the system. But that cost should be kept in perspective when people start shouting about an immigrant scandal in state welfare.

    Of course, your definition of scandal also depends on your view of immigration.

    Let the letter writing begin.


    Wednesday, July 2, 2008

    Need for court interpreters grows with illegal alien population

    DALTON, Ga. — A son of missionary parents, Kevin Williams returned to the United States from Colombia almost 10 years ago to follow his family’s other vocational path as an interpreter.

    “My family has always worked in the area of interpreting or teaching English. I grew up in that environment,” said Mr. Williams. He is now the Spanish language interpreter for the Conasauga Judicial Circuit, including city courts, probate and magistrate courts, as well as Superior Court.

    Mr. Williams first starting interpreting for the two-county circuit in 2000, after José Aymat, the previous interpreter, told him about the need in the community.

    “It makes me feel happy. You are an instrument that the courts can use to communicate with the Hispanic defendants,” he said. “It’s also very important for the defendants because when it comes to court, the interpreter is their only way to communicate.”


    The need for court interpreters in Whitfield County has grown steadily in the past 10 years, said Kermit McManus, district attorney for the Conasauga Judicial Circuit.

    “I doubt there have been 10 days of criminal court work in Whitfield County in the last 10 years where we didn’t have at least one non-English-speaking person who we needed to have an interpreter for, whether he was the defendant, the witness or the victim, to testify or speak to the judge in the courtroom,” the prosecutor said.

    “We have (interpreters) in the courtroom whenever we have criminal court, and it’s because the Hispanic population in this area has grown tremendously and crime is a byproduct of growth ...” Mr. McManus said.

    In Murray County, Mr. McManus said the need for interpreters in the courts is a recent phenomenon.

    “That’s because the influx (of Hispanics) in (the) county has come to the point where we have non-English speaking people most of the time we have court.”

    The Conasauga Judicial Circuit has had a contract with an interpreter, currently Mr. Williams, for about 10 years, Chief Superior Court Judge William Boyett said.

    He said Murray County has an interpreter on call who is paid by the hour.

    Having a court interpreter in criminal cases is so important, Judge Boyett said, a proceeding can be postponed if an interpreter is not present and the defendant doesn’t speak English.

    Mr. Williams said there are only three interpreters serving the Conasauga Judicial Circuit, including him, but said the needs of both counties are being met.


    Some interpreters and courts officials said the need for interpreting services has slowed in the past year.

    “Because of anti-immigrant legislation since 2005, and again last year and this year, we are seeing a number of Latinos going away ... to other states or their home countries,” said Adrian Bernal, a registered court interpreter in Atlanta and member of the board of directors of the Atlanta Association of Interpreters and Translators, who has been interpreting since 2002.

    Although legal residents also require Hispanic interpreting services from time to time, he said from his own experience it’s mainly undocumented immigrants who are in need of these services.

    Mr. McManus said he has also noticed the need for interpreters has slightly decreased this year.

    “There are those that speculate that many of the Hispanics have left our area because of a downturn in the economy and have moved to other places where the downturn is not as severe, (but) that may or may not be true,” he said.

    “We still are working the same way we were this time last year in terms of the kind of cases we do, the number of cases we are dealing with. Whether or not we need an interpreter is not an issue anymore, we just have one.”


    Mr. McManus said the need for interpreters has changed court operations.

    “It has made everything much slower to handle any particular case in the courtroom because, having to go through interpreters, lawyers have to go slower, judges have to go slower, to make sure that even though they (defendants) are not speaking English, they understand what’s going on and what they’re saying is accurately reflected in the record,” said the district attorney.

    He said budgeting for interpreting services also has had an impact on the courts.

    Whitfield County budgeted $70,000 for 2008 to pay for interpreting services, up from $43,000 in 2002, said Conasauga Judicial Circuit Court Administrator Brad Butler.

    Murray County spent $1,325 on interpreter services in 2003 and budgeted $3,300 for 2008, Mr. Butler said.

    He noted the court system in Whitfield County operates with revenue generated from taxpayers in the county and with a budget that is approved by county commissioners.

    “But having said that,” Mr. McManus added, the fact that they are non-English speakers “has not impacted negatively on our court system. We are still dealing with the cases, we are just going a little slower.”

    Mr. Williams said he doesn’t think having an interpreter has to slow down the system. He said it all depends on the quality of the interpreter, and if they are interpreting simultaneously or consecutively.


    Saturday, June 28, 2008

    Suspect in deadly hit-and-run was an illegal alien

    Police in Rock Hill say they know who's responsible for a hit-and-run that left a York County teenager dead Friday night.

    Authorities arrested Santiago Solis late Saturday. He has been charged with leaving the scene of a fatal accident involving a death and not having an S.C. driver's license. The first charge carries up to 25 years. Solis is also being held due to his illegal immigrant status.

    15-year old Christopher Lanier was dirt bike riding with his friends on Adnah Church Road when the Ford pickup truck knocked him off his bike and kept going.

    His friends who were riding behind him watched the whole thing. A witness was able to get a tag number, which is ultimately how troopers tracked down Solis.

    Lanier was rushed to the hospital, but it was too late.

    Highway Patorl found the pickup truck abandoned off of Eastview Road in Rock Hill.

    ICE assisted South Carolina Highway Patrol with its investigation.


    Friday, June 27, 2008

    illegal alien say's, "United States is stupid...I come back every time"

    "United States is stupid...I come back every time." Those words were spoken by Mexican national Rolando Mota-Campos to an immigration agent after his 11th arrest in the United States. Incredibly, Mota-Campos has been deported three times and has vowed to return again after completing his prison term and yet another arguably meaningless deportation to Mexico.

    Mota-Campos whose face is adorned with a teardrop tattoo, stood in a Norfolk, Va. federal courtroom last October to be sentenced for threatening to cut off a social worker's head with a machete. U.S. District Judge Henry Coke Morgan Jr. said: "The defendant has expressly stated that he has no respect for the United States and that once deported he will re-enter again and come back to Newport News where his history of alcohol abuse will further endanger the residents of this district." Judge Morgan sentenced Mota-Campos to 14 1/2 years in prison.

    While 42 year old Rolando Mota-Campos' personal reign of terror is apparently over at least for a few years, it is beyond sickening why this illegal alien with ties to the Mexican Mafia has been able to disregard our border as well as the lives of innocent Americans for 19 years. He first entered this country illegally in 1988.

    "United States is stupid...I come back every time." Those words were spoken by Mexican national Rolando Mota-Campos to an immigration agent after his 11th arrest in the United States. Incredibly, Mota-Campos has been deported three times and has vowed to return again after completing his prison term and yet another arguably meaningless deportation to Mexico.

    Mota-Campos whose face is adorned with a teardrop tattoo, stood in a Norfolk, Va. federal courtroom last October to be sentenced for threatening to cut off a social worker's head with a machete. U.S. District Judge Henry Coke Morgan Jr. said: "The defendant has expressly stated that he has no respect for the United States and that once deported he will re-enter again and come back to Newport News where his history of alcohol abuse will further endanger the residents of this district." Judge Morgan sentenced Mota-Campos to 14 1/2 years in prison.

    While 42 year old Rolando Mota-Campos' personal reign of terror is apparently over at least for a few years, it is beyond sickening why this illegal alien with ties to the Mexican Mafia has been able to disregard our border as well as the lives of innocent Americans for 19 years. He first entered this country illegally in 1988.

    Mota-Campo's long criminal history in this country is as follows:


    1993...assault (2), DUI

    1995...DUI, vehicular assault

    1997...maiming, drunk in public

    1998...attempted robbery


    2004...DUI, domestic violence (beating his wife and son)

    2005...threatening to kill

    The day after Mota-Campos was arrested with his 2004 DUI, he brutally attacked his wife and son. Fearing for her life, his wife then took their child and went into hiding. A few months later, he threatened to cut off the head of his wife's social worker with his machete because she would not tell him the whereabouts of his wife and child. Court documents reveal that Mota-Campos told her that "her sweet little head can come right off."

    Though convicted numerous times on DUI charges, Mota-Campos has never served more than a 30-day sentence for that charge. Authorities point to the fact that he has used 16 different names as well as phony identification papers as the reason for the rather light punishment. This, despite his admission in 1993 to an immigration agent that he had killed someone while driving drunk in Mexico City.

    Mota-Campos has entered this country illegally through the states of California, Arizona, and Texas.

    This case is disgusting. However, it is certainly by no means unusual. The United States is filled with violent criminals who have entered this country illegally and who have no regard for human life.

    On January 11, 2008, police arrested Mexican national Santana Batiz Aceves in Arizona and based on DNA evidence, charged him with 47 counts of rape. Police believe that Aceves is the notorious Chandler rapist, responsible for many child-rapes. The string of rapes began in 2006.

    The 39 year old illegal alien had already been deported twice for drug charges in California. Aceves also faces charges of kidnapping, aggravated assault, sexual abuse of a minor, giving police false information, providing false documents, and trespassing.

    Aceves was working as a heavy equipment operator and lived very close to two junior high schools.

    These are but two of the many thousands of previously deported illegal aliens who have re-entered the United States, only to harm our citizens. They steal taxpayer services, they drive drunk on our highways, they kill our police officers, and they victimize our children.

    Until the federal government actually gets serious about defending our border with Mexico, rather than actually encouraging the current invasion, it will continue to be open-season on American citizens...We need to elect a leader who will take their oath of office seriously, rather than another businessman who is willing to look the other way.