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!


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

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

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

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

President barry shits on the United States.

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

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

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

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

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


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


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

Pslam 109:8

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

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


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

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

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




Illegal Alien

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


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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.


Thursday, June 26, 2008

$1 million bail set for illegal alien dad arrested in baby's death

A judge set bail at $1 million Wednesday for an illegal immigrant who found his lifeless baby boy in a backyard fire pit Saturday. Federal Way police said he told them he had consumed up to six beers at a party in the hours before finding his son's body.

Officers found Alberto Rios, 38, crying hysterically and rocking back and forth as he cradled his 7-month-old son, repeating "por qué" -- Spanish for "why."

"He also was asking over and over how this could have happened," police said in court documents released after the bail hearing in the King County Jail, where Rios is being held on investigation of manslaughter. Prosecutors said charges could be filed by Friday.

The King County Medical Examiner's Office said Wednesday that Diego Alberto Rios-Santana died of smoke inhalation and suffered burns over 100 percent of his body. The office ruled the death a homicide and found soot in the baby's esophagus, revealing that the child was alive when he entered the fire pit.

Deputy prosecutor Steven Kim asked for a high bail, saying that Rios, who also goes by the name Calderon Martinez and has been deported three times to Mexico, represented a flight risk and was wanted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. He also noted that Rios has a string of arrests and convictions for drug and alcohol offenses dating to 1990.

King County District Court Judge Frank La Salata granted the bail request. Rios waived his right to appear at the hearing.

Police said that Rios told them he held a party Saturday to celebrate a job completion. Investigators said he drank an unknown amount of alcohol; Rios reportedly said it was three to six beers.

After the party, Rios told police, he found his wife on the couch with their son, who was crying. He told his wife he would take the infant outside and let the baby sleep with him, and said he fell asleep with the baby on his chest and the couple's 4-year-old daughter next to him.

Shortly before midnight, Rios told police, he awoke to find both children gone, ran into the house to ask his wife where the baby was, then returned to the yard, where he found the infant in the fire pit.

A neighbor said that Rios' wife had banged on her door for help. The neighbor found Rios face down, cradling the baby near the fire pit.

The neighbor "stated that the family is a good family and that they took good care of the children," police said.

Police said they went to the house to help paramedics who had received a call that a baby was bitten by a dog and a subsequent call about a baby who was burned.

Officers found Rios holding the charred baby in a jacket and pronounced the child dead at 12:02 a.m. Sunday.

A neighbor told police she had seen several people bringing cases of beer into the house in the 2600 block of Southwest 333rd Place on Saturday.

The federal government deported Rios in 1994, 1996 and 2001, said Lorie Dankers, spokeswoman for Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Seattle.

"Once the criminal process runs its course, he'll come into our custody, and we will deport him," she said. "This person already has had his day in (immigration) court."

Kim said he also wanted a high bail for Rios because the defendant finds himself responsible for his son's death and is "a danger to himself."

Rios' previous arrests included possession of marijuana in 1990, driving with an open container of alcohol in 1994 and drug possession in 1995. He was convicted of drug possession in 1991. A felony harassment charge in 2001 involving domestic violence and allegations of heavy drinking was dismissed that year.

At the Rios' house on Wednesday in Federal Way, four balloons, two in the shape of hearts, were tethered to the front of a boat trailer. Joining them in front of the green, one-story house were white-and-brown teddy bears and two bouquets.

Between two towering trees in the backyard was the fire pit.

Neighbors and a relative said the family enjoyed having fires on the weekends as a way to unwind.

"That was his space. He likes to talk to his kids there," said a relative, who asked not to be named.

One neighbor said she heard a hysterical cry from the baby's mother late Saturday.

"When you heard the scream, you knew something terrible happened," said the woman, who also asked not to be named. "It was just a scream, and then everything went to Spanish."

Another neighbor, James Battee, was at work Saturday night and later learned of the baby's death.

"I feel for their family. Nobody deserves this pain," he said. "I'm still in shock."

The relative called the baby's death an accident, saying Rios loves his children so much, and described the baby as a "happy little boy" with black eyes and so much black hair that his family had to cut it often.

The teething child could not crawl, enjoyed his baths and loved being cuddled and having his bare feet in the grass, the relative said.

Federal Way police have not discussed whether they would pursue a possible fire code violation regarding the fire pit, spokeswoman Cathy Schrock said Wednesday.

The code requires that a fire pit be 25 feet away from anything combustible.

In Rios' backyard, "there was not protection around it," she said. "It was just a dugout hole."


State Rep. Bill Mitchell, R-Forsyth, No more free school for illegal aliens

DECATUR - State Rep. Bill Mitchell, R-Forsyth, thinks it's time for the state to stop providing health insurance to the children of illegal immigrants.

Mitchell said during a news conference Wednesday outside the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services office in Decatur that he plans to introduce legislation barring those children from enrollment in state Medicaid programs.

"We're subsidizing illegal immigration," Mitchell said. "We're putting out a welcome mat."

Gov. Rod Blagojevich has made expanding health care coverage through his All Kids program the focus of much of his time in office, but Mitchell and others voted against it because they considered it too expensive and questioned how the program would be administered.

Although federal matching money is available to pay for some Medicaid assistance offered by the state, Illinois taxpayers must pay 100 percent of the costs associated with providing health care to illegal immigrants.

Mitchell said he was prompted to draft the new legislation after reading about an event in Chicago over the weekend where the state offered $50 gas cards to 1,000 new enrollees in the All Kids program.

He said the state simply can't afford to continue providing health insurance to illegal immigrants at a time the state owes more than $1 billion in unpaid bills to doctors and hospitals and faces a budget for next year that contains a $2 billion deficit.

State Rep. Bob Flider, D-Mount Zion, said he also was concerned about the event over the weekend because he said he didn't approve of taxpayer money dedicated for health care being spent on gas cards, especially during tough budget times.

Flider, who voted in favor of All Kids, said he shares Mitchell's sentiment about wanting to reserve public assistance programs for Illinois citizens but wouldn't support taking away insurance from people if it would put their health in jeopardy.

Statistics released by the state Wednesday estimated 4 percent of the 1.4 million children enrolled in All Kids, or about 56,000, are undocumented immigrants.

"We have not yet seen this legislation and, therefore, cannot comment on it," said Annie Thompson, a spokeswoman for family services.

But Thompson added that the governor's policy of providing health care to all Illinois children is designed to promote the well-being of children who are able to better concentrate in school when healthy and is intended to diagnose and provide care for health problems before they become more serious and expensive to treat.


Friday, June 20, 2008

Man, 22, wanted for '03 murder arrested near Douglas

A 22-year-old man wanted by Tennessee authorities on a warrant for criminal homicide was nabbed by Border Patrol agents.

Agents arrested Mario Ramirez- Jimenez, a Mexican national, near Douglas on Thursday.

The warrant was issued in 2003 by a juvenile court.

Tennessee plans to extradite Ramirez-Jimenez.


Thursday, June 19, 2008


In an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times, June 12, 2008, “In L.A., race kills,” Sheriff Lee Baca wrote a disturbing piece concerning black on brown racially motivated killings.

* More than half of all new U S Federal Crimes Are Committed by Illegal Aliens, Syracuse University TRAC Says
* 17% of Population Commits 57% of Serious Crimes; Rate nearly Four Times Higher than for U S Citizens

Baca said, “Conversations about race are fraught with emotion, confusion and controversy. But that doesn't mean we should avoid or sidestep the issue.

”As a Latino raised in East Los Angeles, and as the elected sheriff of Los Angeles County for the last decade, I have seen many sides of the race issue. I have lived it, in fact.

”So let me be very clear about one thing: We have a serious interracial violence problem in this county involving blacks and Latinos.

”Some people deny it. They say that race is not a factor in L.A.'s gang crisis; the problem, they say, is not one of blacks versus Latinos and Latinos versus blacks but merely one of gang members killing other gang members.

”But they're wrong. The truth is that, in many cases, race is at the heart of the problem. Latino gang members shoot blacks because of their skin color. Likewise, black gang members shoot Latinos because they are brown.

”In February 2006, our jail system erupted into a full-scale riot involving about 2,000 black and Latino inmates at the North County Correctional Facility at Pitchess Detention Center in Castaic. One black inmate died and numerous others were injured. Through extensive interviews with participants, our investigation revealed that race was the motivating factor.

”Furthermore, we have evidence linking inmates who are known as "shot callers" directly to street shootings based entirely on race. These shot callers at Pitchess and elsewhere are affiliated with gangs, to be sure, and in many cases they may give the order to kill a particular person or a member of a particular gang. But if that person or gang cannot be found, the shot caller will often order the gunman to find someone -- anyone -- who is black or brown and shoot them instead. Only the color of the victim's skin matters.

”I would even take this a step further and suggest that some of L.A.'s so-called gangs are really no more than loose-knit bands of blacks or Latinos roaming the streets looking for people of the other color to shoot.

”Race-based violence has even found its way into our school system, although no deaths have been reported. Some say it's always been there, but it certainly is rearing its ugly head now more than ever. Most recently, fighting broke out in May between more than 600 black and brown students at Locke High School in South L.A.”

In 1908, President Teddy Roosevelt said, “The one absolutely certain way of bringing this nation to ruin, or presenting all possibility of its continuing to be a nation at all, would be to permit it to become a tangle of squabbling nationalities.”

“The racial divide is being driven by the ongoing population growth and demographic changes that have buffeted L.A. for decades,” Baca said. “The perception that one group has more opportunities and advantages than another can lead to resentment, competition and, ultimately, spontaneous eruptions of violence.

”The problem of interracial violence is not intractable; we've made progress in other settings. I have seen it on a small scale in the Sheriff's Department's Domestic Violence Prevention Program in our jails.”

”The program was designed to address issues of domestic violence. But over a period of weeks, the participants overcame barriers by being exposed to those they were supposed to hate. They began to form friendships -- friendships that, in some cases, have lasted outside the jail walls.”

”The unification of information, dispassionately collected and analyzed, will lead us toward a disarming of the gang culture. And through disarmament, we will make the streets safer. And that's the whole point.”

While Baca struggles with minuscule success, America’s streets become more dangerous along with highways where drunken illegal aliens drive cars without responsibility.

While America imports 182,000 legal immigrants and illegal aliens every 30 days, a festering inability to get along with one another turns violent in communities across the land. Out of that 82,000 illegals monthly, a full 10 percent or 8,200 of them arrive as hardened criminals ready to ply their trade in our communities. Phoenix, Arizona suffers 57,000 cars stolen annually. Over 15,000 MS-13 gang members operate in 33 states. Millions of illegals drive without licenses or insurance as shown in Greeley, Colorado where they suffered 272 hit and runs last year.

Today, brown on black killing doesn’t account for brown on white killing of police officers like Dallas’ Brian Jackson, Phoenix’s Erfle shot in the face, Don Young in Denver shot in the back of the head and the list grows by the month.

Academics that dreamed up “multiculturalism” for the benefit of our nation failed their anthropology exams. The more ‘diverse’ we become, the more angry and violent our responses. The more packed-in we become, the more our primordial actions manifest. The more our population explodes, the more we must share with less. Obviously, Los Angeles proves our racial ‘bow’ of the Titanic.

As Sheriff Baca stated, “race kills” and Americans of all colors become victims. It accelerates at 182,000 added immigrants every month.


rhode island protects illegal aliens

Representative Peter Palumbo introduced a bill banning the state government from providing prenatal care to about 445 women suspected of being in the U.S. illegally. He says people who break immigration law should not get state support. Officials at the Department of Human Services say the program costs about $400,000 per month, or less than 1 percent of the state’s Medicaid budget. Representative Nicholas Mattiello has supported other bills targeting illegal immigrants. But he urged lawmakers to reject Palumbo’s latest proposal because he says babies need health care. Several other bills cracking down on illegal immigrants appear stalled in the Statehouse.


Illegal aliens in prison costing state millions of dollars

The state of Utah is spending nearly $8 million a year to keep 300 illegal immigrants in prison, but the numbers don't tell the whole story.

Angie Welling, spokeswoman for the Utah Department of Corrections, says, "While it sounds like a lot of money, and certainly $8 million is a lot of money, in the overall scheme of things it's not as big as it may seem at first glance."

The Utah Department of Corrections only got back about $550,000 from the federal government for locking up undocumented workers last year.

But spokeswoman Angie Welling says it's only about 5 percent of the total inmate population, and the state prison treats them equally. She says, "They do their time. If ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) has placed a detainer on that person, they're deported once they've finished serving their time here in the state."

Funding from the feds used to be much greater -- topping out at more than $2 million before 2001. Welling can't say for sure what changed, but she says one thing hasn't. "We will do what we need to do to see that justice is served.

The Department of Corrections says it costs about $23,000 a year to incarcerate one inmate.

To view the breakdown of funding the Utah Department of Corrections receives from the federal government for incarcerating illegal immigrants, click the related link.


Illegal aliens arrested for stealing identity

Two Mexican nationals face deportation after they were arrested for identity theft on Monday at a local contractor's office.
Ricardo Palomo-Coronado, 30, and Delfino Martinez-Sanchez, 54, were removed on Wednesday from the Dyer County Jail by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents.

According to reports from the Dyersburg Police Department, the Dyer County Sheriff's Department and the Nebraska State Patrol, the two were arrested with identity documents from a man named Christopher Inskeep.

Inskeep had reported his wallet missing in Lincoln, Neb. in 2004. Nebraska State Patrol investigator Jeff Ward was alerted in 2008 Inskeep's name had appeared on an employment document from Forcum Lannom in Dyersburg, where the subject worked from 2005 to 2006.

A Nebraska investigator called Forcum Lannom and asked for employment documents for the man using Inskeep's name. He received images of a Texas driver's license and Social Security card with Inkeep's personal information.

On Monday, a Forcum Lannom staffer called Ward and said a Hispanic male who identified himself as Inskeep was to arrive shortly to apply for a job.

Dyersburg criminal investigators arrived at 10:30 a.m. to find two Hispanic males, a Hispanice female and a male child sitting in a van with the doors open, filling out employment documents.

The group attempted to start the van and leave when police arrived, the report said.

The female driver was identified as Rosalia Manzanares, Clarkton, Mo. and showed a Missouri driver's license and Social Security card with her name.

Manzanares told police she did not know the names of the two men.

Police found the men had Inskeep's information on a Social Security car and Kansas driver's license.

An ICE investigator interviewed the two at the police station and found Palomo-Coronado admitted he had purchased the Inskeep documents in Missouri for $1,500. Delfino Martinez-Sanchez had a Texas driver's license and Social Security card in the name of David Loza-Gracia.

Palomo-Coronado said he had entered the U.S. illegally in April and had been previously deported. Martinez-Sanchez said he had entered the country illegally in 1999.

Both said they were from Mexico and were using the IDs to obtain work, said the report.

During the mens' appearance in Dyersburg City Court on Wednesday, the initial identity theft charges (which are felonies and cannot be tried in a municipal court) were lowered to misdemeanor criminal impersonation charges.

Palomo-Coronado and Martinez-Sanchez were given a 30-day sentence, suspended to time served. Court costs were also suspended.

The man had to use a court-ordered translator for the hearing, but thanked Judge Dean Dedmon before returning to their seats.


Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Alleged illegal alien convicted in cocaine deal

WAUKESHA - An alleged illegal immigrant pleaded guilty to delivering cocaine Tuesday, two months after his attorney complained his $100,000 cash bail was posted, but seized so that authorities could get a federal immigration detainer on him, effectively keeping him locked up.

Ariele Aviles, 25, faces an unspecified prison term, followed by likely deportation, when he is sentenced July 7.

Aviles’ plea came four months after his Dec. 6 arrest in a parking lot of a Moreland Boulevard restaurant, during a $13,000 transaction for a half-kilo of cocaine, conducted by undercover officers, according to court documents.


Friday, June 13, 2008

illegal aliens kill 4,745 Americans a year in DUI related accidents

A few days ago, a six year-old girl was hit and killed while crossing the street in a suburb of Milwaukee. The man behind the wheel?…A previously-deported illegal alien.

As little Mackenzie Maddox and her mother crossed the street at S. 84th St. and W. Cleveland Ave. in West Allis, WI, the car driven by Jose Rodriguez came speeding through the intersection, striking both the little girl and her mother Andrea. Mackenzie died at the scene and her mother was taken to Froedtert Hospital, where she remains in satisfactory condition.

Rodriguez, who works for an Oak Creek waterproofing business is being held in Milwaukee County Jail. He faces up to 20 years imprisonment.

Only four months ago, Rodriguez who has four prior convictions including a DUI, was identified by Immigration and Customs Enforcement as being in the country illegally and deported to Mexico. Though the senseless loss of a little girl is a crushing tragedy, this story is one told all too often in this country.

The infamous school bus crash in Cottonwood, Minnesota this past February in which four children were killed, was caused by an illegal alien who ran a stop sign.

On a gloomy Tuesday morning, Mexican national Alianiss Nunez Morales went sailing past a stop sign on County Road 24, and right into a school bus carrying 28 Lakeview School students. The bus flipped over on its side, injuring several children and killing four.

The children who were killed in the crash were: Emilee Olson, 9; Hunter Javens, 9; Jesse Javens, 13; and Reed Stevens, 12. Four children were hospitalized at Avera McKennan Hospital & University Health Center in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Another child was transported to the Mayo Clinic.

Morales was arrested and charged with four counts of vehicular homicide as well as several misdemeanors. Apparently, she was not even licensed to drive in Mexico. Lt. Mark Peterson of the Minnesota State Patrol told reporters: "She (Morales) doesn't have a drivers' license anywhere that we're aware of."

Of course, that was not Morales' first brush with the law. 2006 court documents show that she pled guilty in Chippewa County to driving without a license.

Morales told police that she was on her way to work when she caused the fatal wreck. Despite her illegal status, she was employed by Norcraft Cabinetry in Eagan, Minn. The company's website (norcraftcompanies.com) displays a section entitled "Code of Business Ethics and Conduct." Within that section, the following statement is made: "All employees must respect and obey the laws of the cities, states, and countries in which we operate."

That statement seems more than a bit hypocritical coming from a company which hires illegal aliens!

Last year in Virginia Beach, Va., a Mexican national named Alfredo Ramos slammed into the rear of a vehicle in which Allison Kuhnhardt and Tessa Tranchant were stopped while waiting at a traffic light. Ramos, 22 was traveling at a high rate of speed and was drunk at the time (he blew a .14 BAC). The two high school students had to be cut from their crumpled car and both later died after being taken to the hospital. Ramos suffered only a busted lip.

Though an illegal alien, Alfredo Ramos had been living in Virginia Beach for quite a while and worked at local a Mexican restaurant known as Mi Casita. Ramos had been previously convicted of three separate charges of public intoxication, identity theft, and even a DUI, but continued to live in the area. He speaks only Spanish and required an interpreter at all of his court proceedings.

The girls which Ramos killed were ages 16 and 17. Tessa Tranchant's brother Dylan had only been home from Iraq for two weeks, when his sister was killed. Dylan was tasked with identifying his little sister's body. The case gained national fame thanks to the reporting of Fox News' Bill O'Reilly.

The arrogance displayed by the illegal alien in this latest incident was the same attitude given by Ramos last year. In addition to disregard for our laws, disregard for human life seems to be a constant theme among many illegal aliens, those who hire them, and the politicians who allow them to stay here.

In 2006, Rep. Steve King (R-IA) released the findings of a study which determined that 4,745 Americans are killed annually by drunk driving illegal aliens. Most consider that to be a very conservative estimate. Currently, there are no official government statistics on the number of fatal accidents caused by illegal aliens...Not exactly surprising is it?

How many more of our children will have to be killed so that greedy businesses can enjoy the use of cheap labor? This is no longer a nation of laws. We have become a banana republic fueled by the labor of Third World invaders.

Until our elected representatives develop the courage to defend our border and actually carry-out the oath they recite before taking office…May the memories of these slain children haunt their dreams.


Sunday, June 8, 2008

4 illegal aliens arrested on charges of forgery, identity theft

Four employees of Don Juan’s Mexican restaurant in Fishersville have been arrested on charges of identity theft and document forgery, police said Saturday.

Authorities are searching for 10 more Don Juan’s employees facing the same charges in an investigation that now involves the Virginia State Police, the U.S. Marshal’s Service and the federal Department of Homeland Security, Virginia State Police Trooper Timothy Simmons said. All the suspects are illegal aliens, Simmons said.

Authorities arrested three Don Juan’s workers at 11 a.m. Friday at the restaurant off Route 250 between Staunton and Waynesboro. Officers simultaneously executed a search warrant at a home in the 1500 block of Jefferson Highway where some employees had been living, Simmons said.

The investigation began May 19 when Don Juan’s employee Crisogono Hernandez, 23, of Fishersville, was pulled over at the intersection of Barterbrook Road and Frontier Drive in Augusta County for disregarding a stoplight, Simmons said. Hernandez initially produced a phony identity card, but eventually admitted he was an illegal alien and was arrested, Simmons said.

When investigators following up on the arrest went to Don Juan’s to examine the restaurant’s employment records, a manager there seemed “very nervous,” and obviously skipped over files while officers looked on, Simmons said.

Search warrants were subsequently issued for Don Juan’s locations in Fishersville and Verona, Simmons said. More than 100 employee files were seized, many containing fraudulent Social Security and resident alien cards. The Social Security numbers in most cases belonged to actual U.S. citizens, he said.

Norberto Reguldo-Leon, 37, of Roanoke; Pedro Calderon-Frias, 23, of Waynesboro; and Jorge A. Rodriguez-Perez, 27, of Roanoke, were arrested Friday on charges of felony forgery of public records, felony uttering of public records and misdemeanor identity theft, Simmons said.

Hernanadez, who has been in custody since last month’s traffic stop, is facing the same charges, as are the 10 other employees, Simmons said. Additional tax fraud charges are pending, he said.

Locating the other employees could be difficult, Simmons said.

“All have stolen Social Security numbers and credentials…” he said. “There is no real ability to trace their true identity. They start from scratch and move on.”

Juan Lopez-Aguirre, 44, owner of the two Don Juan’s restaurants, was sentenced in May to eight years and four months in prison for selling more than $200,000 in methamphetamine. Lopez-Aguirre was the middleman in a series of large drug deals between 2005 and last year, including a deal with a police informant in the El Puerto Mexican Restaurant parking lot in Waynesboro. That deal sparked others with the informant as police scrutiny intensified.


Saturday, June 7, 2008

Illegal alien with stolen Social Security number racks up $787,000 in loans

Is this how the foreclosure crisis started? An illegal alien in Arizona was arrested after buying three houses and two vehicles with loans he received using a stolen Social Security number. As a matter of fact, Adan Betancio Guerrero, 36, tallied more than $787,000 in debt with that stolen ID.

Guerrero told police he is in the U.S. illegally. He also told police they should be out there busting "real criminals" instead of family men like himself, court records show.

"I was floored, couldn't believe it," said the victim, Tamara Leeson of Mirana.

Leeson is the real owner of the Social Security number. Authorities started looking into the case when her credit union started processed the illegal's request for a loan for a $33,000 truck and noticed that they already had a customer with the same Social Security number. They contacted their customer, and learned her identity had been stolen.

Leeson said she checked her credit regularly since she turned 18 in 2001 and even bought her own house last year, but no red flags ever went up.

Arizona detectives obtained bank records, loan records, and other records on Guerrero. Investigators says that others could have been victimized by Guerrero.


Friday, June 6, 2008

ICE Executes Search Warrant Targeting Illegal Aliens In Heber California

El Centro, California - U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents executed a federal search warrant yesterday afternoon as part of an ongoing investigation targeting an Imperial Valley-area farm labor contractor, arresting two of the company's foremen on criminal charges and another 32 employees on administrative immigration violations.

The search warrant, which remains under seal because the investigation is ongoing, was executed at the business office of Boss 4 Packing in Heber, Calif., a locally-owned company that provides contract workers to the farming industry in the Imperial Valley.

In conjunction with yesterday's search, ICE agents arrested two of the company's foremen on federal criminal charges for misusing Social Security numbers to employ illegal alien workers at Boss 4 Packing.

Foreman Carlos Ramos-Galdamez, a 49-year-old citizen of El Salvador, was taken into custody by ICE agents late yesterday near his residence in Brawley, Calif. The second foreman, Jouanni Francisco Perez-Tinoco, a 31-year-old illegal alien from Honduras, was arrested while working in the fields nearby.

Last month, in a separate but related case, ICE agents arrested Francisco Zapot-Palacios, a 38-year-old Mexican national who also works as a foreman for Boss 4, for harboring illegal alien workers. Zapot was arrested May 9 at his residence in Brawley, Calif., and later indicted. According to court documents, Zapot-Palacios provided housing for the illegal alien workers employed by the company.

"Those who seek to circumvent our nation's hiring laws can expect to pay a price for their actions," said Miguel Unzueta, special agent in charge of the ICE office of investigations in San Diego. "These practices not only harm law-abiding businesses, they also serve to fuel illegal immigration."

In addition to the criminal arrests, ICE agents took 32 illegal aliens employed by Boss 4 Packing into custody on administrative immigration violations. Most of the workers were arrested in the Brawley area. The group of seven women and 25 men included foreign nationals from Mexico and Honduras. All of these individuals were interviewed by ICE and medical staff from ICE's Division of Immigration Health Services to determine if they had any medical, caregiver, or other humanitarian issues. The interviews aid ICE in deciding whether individuals will be detained, or released on humanitarian grounds, while they await an immigration hearing.

As a result of those interviews, one female worker was released yesterday on humanitarian grounds and scheduled for a follow-up removal processing interview. Of the remaining workers, 18 have been repatriated to Mexico, 12 are being held as material witnesses in the ongoing investigation, and one underage worker was turned over to relatives.

ICE has set up a local phone number family members of the arrested workers can call with questions about their relative's detention status and the removal process. The phone number is: 760-337-3780.


illegal alien gang members arrested

More than 30 suspected gang members and their associates were arrested this week as part of a multi-agency operation that stretched from Austin to Laredo and throughout the Rio Grande Valley, officials with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced Friday.
The five-day operation focused on known gang members associated with violent trans-border groups such as the Mexican Mafia and the Latin Kings, an agency news release said. ICE agents collaborated with local law enforcement agencies, including the San Antonio Police Department, and federal groups such as the U.S. Marshals Service.

“This was very intelligence-driven,” said Jerry Robinette, special agent in charge of ICE's San Antonio office. “It wasn't a sweep. It wasn't a roundup.”

Authorities said 23 of the 32 arrests were made in San Antonio, where 17 alleged gang members were arrested on state criminal charges, including weapons and drug violations. Another five were detained for being in the country illegally from Mexico and Honduras, and one was charged federally for re-entering the country after being deported.

Of the arrests made in Austin and South Texas, one suspect was in the U.S. illegally and eight others were arrested for drug-related violations.


Thursday, June 5, 2008

Video - Illegal Immigration in Eastern Carolina Parts 6, 7, 8

ms-13 Primer: 'The Most Dangerous Illegal Alien Gang' In North America

They are called by one source "the most dangerous gang in America." And it's one U.S. import Toronto definitely wants to stop at the border. They're known officially as "Mara Salvatrucha 13," but most people refer to them by a much simpler name: MS-13.

But no matter what you call them, law enforcement officials - including the FBI - pronounce them a real danger to any community where they set up shop. On Wednesday, Toronto Police conducted a series of early morning raids aimed primarily at stopping the group before they get any traction in the GTA.

We may not know for a while how successful those efforts were, but residents hope they at least made a dent - records show MS-13 is responsible for some of the most callous and outrageous acts of extreme violence in the cities where they've made their presence known.

At least one gang expert told CityNews he doesn't believe the level of extreme actions they've taken elsewhere will ever happen in the GTA, but given their excessive past, it would be a lot better if we didn't find out the hard way.

Here's a primer on the group and the trail of destruction it's left behind elsewhere.

Who Are They?

MS-13 is believed to have originated in El Salvador, as a response to a brutal civil war. But some immigrants to the U.S. brought the gang mentality with them, where it spread like a disease. They are known to be extremely violent and seem to go out of their way to commit the kinds of atrocities that will get them noticed by police and the press. Membership is said to range in age from as young as 11 to as old as 40.

Where Are They?

The FBI estimates some 10,000 members have established themselves in at least 33 states down south, including New York, southern California and most especially the bureau's own backyard, Washington D.C.

They're the largest street gang in El Salvador, and have tentacles in Honduras and Guatemala, where law enforcement officials indicate their numbers may be as high as 40,000. Gangs are also plaguing parts of Mexico and Jamaica.

One source claims there's also a presence in both Vancouver and Edmonton, but up until now Toronto hasn't been on the radar.

How Can you Spot Them?

Like many gangs, they sport numerous large tattoos on their bodies and even their faces, mostly dedicated to showing their affiliation. Look for lots of "MS' and "13" or both, often very colourfully created. Also seen: crossbones, daggers and dice.

They have specific gang colours, said to be blue and white - after the Salvadoran flag.

What's The Initiation Like?

According to authorities and the few lucky enough to have broken away from the gang, the MS-13 initiation rituals are as terrible for recruits as the actions the gang takes against their victims.

There appears to be three separate ways you can enter this callous club.

"Walk The Line"

This forces a recruit to prove his or her worth by committing an extremely violent act against an innocent victim, ranging from a severe beating to rape and even murder.

"Jump In"

A terrifying encounter, in which the recruit is literally beaten to a pulp. In one instance witnessed by a reporter, an 11-year-old boy was placed in a circle of gang members, as the five strongest MS-13 tough guys went in and viciously punched, kicked and stomped him, while others watched and counted to 13. At the end of the initiation, he was unconscious.

"Sexed In"

An unfortunate commonly used initiation rite for female recruits, who are forced to endure a gang rape by as many as 14 members of the MS-13 crew.

What Are Their Weapons Of Choice?

Like all gangs, guns and knives are part of their repertoire. But unlike the other groups, the machete has become a particularly nasty symbol of their intentions and they've used them frequently to commit a host of atrocities.

What Do They Do?

The FBI claims the group is involved in all kinds of illegal activities that bring in big bucks, mostly involving drug distribution, money laundering and illegal weapons. But because of their penchant for violence, the gang is also said to regularly be behind a host of murders, rapes, robberies, carjackings, home invasions and prostitution.

What Have They Done Elsewhere?

It's a litany of terrible acts.

MS-13 hates traitors or those who inform on them and they especially dislike police. Unlike other gangs, which seek to avoid authorities, those who populate Mara Salvatrucha 13 seem to take almost a perverse pleasure in threatening, taunting and even harming law officials - one of the reasons Toronto Police are so anxious to stop them in their tracks.

In their most famous moment of infamy in 2002, MS-13 members - angry about new laws designed to stop their activities - shanghaied a bus in the Honduran capital of Tegucigalpa, went on board armed with AK-47s and M-16s, and ruthlessly slaughtered 28 completely innocent people - including 7 young children. They even left a taunting note for investigators on the hood of the vehicle, explaining their warped logic.

In 1997, MS-13 members kidnapped and murdered the son of the Honduran president, leaving a dismembered corpse behind, and threatening other authorities and journalists. The decapitated bodies of victims have become a familiar sign of the gang in South America.

In Texas, an MS-13 gang member led others in raping a 24-year-old woman. He followed that brutal attack by kicking her in the neck so hard, she died. The same man later confessed that he robbed and beat a small child in the state and also tried to stab a man to death.

In 2006, a woman in Virginia was kidnapped off the street at knifepoint and driven all the way to Florida by her MS-13 captors, where she was repeatedly raped and assaulted. And in a statement that speaks volumes, she was one of the lucky ones - she managed to escape her captors and tell police what happened to her. All her assailants are now in jail.

In May 2006, a 16-year-old boy was treated after gang members chopped off his hands with a machete.

The FBI cites the case of a 17-year-old pregnant teen who was planning to testify against the gang. She was shot to death before she could reach the witness stand.

In Miami, a police detective investigating MS-13 woke up one morning to find a bullet with his name carved into it left on his doorstep.

Cops aren't standing still against them, of course, and each country where they've shown up has taken vigorous steps to arrest and prosecute members. But it's an uphill battle in places where they've become entrenched - a war police here would rather not have to fight.

Source - http://www.citytv.com/toronto/citynews/news/local/article/2342--ms-13-primer-the-most-dangerous-gang-in-north-america

Along the border, sexual assault has become routine

The darkness lifts, and daybreak nudges into the desert. For northbound migrants, this sunrise may signal a time to find shade and dodge the Border Patrol. Or it could mark the start of a white-knuckle dash to catch rides bound for the interior. From there, god willing, the migrants may disappear into a world offering more hope than the one they left behind.
But for other border-crossers, daybreak brings only the flat hardness of reality--a time for noting what's already been lost in the desperate trek north. For women in particular, that loss can be brutal, because even if they reach some safe house in Tucson or Phoenix or points afar, some of them certainly don't arrive whole. According to experts, rape is now considered "the price of admission" for women crossing the border illegally.

But this scourge goes largely ignored, and is suspected to be vastly underreported. Not surprisingly, few women care to describe their ordeals to authorities in stark government detention facilities. And if they do, it's often as they're already being deported back across the border--sometimes back into the very situations where the assaults occurred.

This grim scenario played out in early May, when three women--ages 16, 17 and 20--reported having been raped by masked men. A few days later, two more women were found alive but badly beaten near Arivaca, south of Tucson. That same week, yet two more women reported having been raped. The reports didn't slow deportation proceedings against them.

Further complicating matters, it's often difficult to determine whether the assaults occurred on U.S. soil or in Mexico. But such details probably matter little to the victims. Civilian border-watchers tell of hearing these women's cries.

"I thought the wailings we heard at night were the coyotes barking at the moon," one volunteer told The Washington Times. "I didn't know until later that those sounds were the cries of women being raped in the Mexican desert, some less than 100 yards away from the border. There was absolutely nothing anyone could do about it."

The rapists are known to hang women's bras and panties from tree limbs as trophies.

Beyond such haunting anecdotes, hard numbers are tough to come by. According to the United Nations, up to 70 percent of women crossing the border without husbands or families are abused in some way. But the flood of stories leads humanitarian aid workers such as Michelle Brané to consider these crimes even more pervasive. Brané directs detention and asylum programs with the Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children, based in Washington, D.C.

"Nonprofit groups and even the U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement--which has custody of unaccompanied children--estimate that the vast majority of women and female children encounter some sort of sexual assault en route to the United States," she says. "It's become the norm, and in many cases with female children, they just assume that there's been some sort of incident."

In this situation, survival often requires extreme steps, she says. "A lot of times, women, because they know what's coming, will align themselves with one man in the group" of smugglers or coyotes. "Whether you consider that assault or not, I guess it's a blurry line."

This speaks to the fact that women are routinely assaulted by the very smugglers they've paid to bring them across. Immigrants have told of preparing for the inevitable by taking birth-control pills before attempting to cross the border, says Dr. Sylvanna Falcón, an assistant professor of sociology at Connecticut College, in New London, Conn. Falcón has conducted extensive research into rapes and other human-rights abuses along the U.S.-Mexico border.

She notes that this saga of exploitation isn't limited to the desert, and points to well-documented incidents of U.S. Border Patrol agents or other officials pressuring migrants into having sex in exchange for their freedom. Other times, the women are raped by those with the power to deport them.

"We know this kind of thing is happening, and it gets reported every once in awhile," she says. "The degree to which it happens is not well-known, but women are particularly vulnerable when they come into contact with agents." That vulnerability is compounded by the remoteness of border areas where agents and immigrants often come in contact.

Attempts to obtain comment from Border Patrol officials were not successful as of the Weekly's press time. But some cases have been sensational, such as the Border Patrol agent in Texas who was convicted of detaining a 23-year-old woman and driving her to a motel, where he sexually assaulted her. Or the ongoing investigation of a sprawling detention center in South Texas, operated by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, where a culture of rape, sexual coercion and cover-ups has reportedly existed for years.

"Congress did an investigation, and found thousands of cases of misconduct, and that getting green cards for sex was a very common form of bribery," Falcón says. "You have women who are very vulnerable in every sense of the word. They may have young children with them; maybe they're trying to reunite with family members on this side of the border. (Officials) doing this bribery know that they're in a complete position of power."

Women face risks on all sides, she says. "Anyone from coyotes to U.S. officials, they all have the upper hand here."

Meanwhile, the rest of America simply ignores this horrific violence on its doorstep, she says.

"Our society takes rape seriously, but it doesn't take this type of rape seriously. In all of our national discourse around securing our borders, rarely, if ever, do you hear about any kind of protection for people who might be crossing. Largely, that's because the discussion has been framed around protecting us--protecting the U.S.--and once you get into that framework, what happens to the other person is not even on the radar."

But the cost of our denial may include flaunting international legal standards. "When we look at human-rights laws," Falcón says, "and at the different international human-rights treaties and conventions, clearly, any systemic violation of women in this way is a human-rights violation."