Sunday, May 2, 2010

Pinal County Deputy Shot By Suspected Illegal Alien

The area that I frequently hike and patrol for illegal aliens has become a crime scene and target of one of the largest manhunts in recent history. This incident is a wake up call to all residents and visitors to Pinal County. Remember, illegal aliens are dangerous. Don’t underestimate them and don’t venture out into the desert without a firearm.

This deputy was ambushed and shot with an AK-47. A responding helicopter also took fire from these illegal aliens. If they are so bold to shoot law enforcement officers, they will have no apprehension when it come to killing anybody else.

Suspected illegals shoot PCSO deputy – Manhunt currently underway

An impressive amount of law enforcement is combing the Arizona desert southwest of Maricopa looking for five suspected illegal aliens who shot and wounded a Pinal County Sheriff’s Deputy Friday afternoon.

The incident occurred near Interstate 8, west of Arizona 84, at the Pinal County’s border with Maricopa County. The area is known as “high-traffic area” for illegal immigrants and drug-smugglers.

Here we see the tactics have changed and become more dangerous," Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu said. "This has reached a critical mass for law enforcement."

I honestly believe the Department of Homeland Security should institute a “shoot on sight” policy when it comes to illegal aliens. This will ultimately save our country billions of dollars and thousands of American lives. This is a war and the rules of war should be implemented. That means, kill the enemy. It is as simple as that.

A few gunships and landmines on the border could solve the illegal immigration problem in a matter of days or weeks.

Pinal County Sheriff's deputy shot in desert confrontation

Five men suspected of smuggling drugs across the border ambushed a Pinal County sheriff's deputy Friday in a remote area south of Phoenix, underscoring the border-related violence that has catapulted Arizona and its new immigration law onto the national stage.

The Pinal Sheriff's department told The Associated Press that the hunt into the early morning hours Saturday but no arrests had been made.

The rugged desert area where the shooting took place, near the junction of Interstate 8 and Arizona 84 in south-central Arizona, is considered a high-traffic drug- and human-smuggling corridor.

17 detained after search for smugglers who shot Sheriff's deputy

Seventeen people were detained overnight in the search for suspects in Friday¹s shooting of Pinal County Sheriff¹s Deputy Louis Puroll by suspected drug smugglers in an isolated area of south-central Arizona.

Pinal County Lt. Tami Villar says 14 of those detained are suspected of being illegal immigrants, while three match the description of the shooters given by Puroll.

Each and every day, approximately 12 Americans are brutally murdered by illegal aliens. They are coming here to engage in crime. They are dangerous. They are not welcome. They do not want to become citizens. They do not come to contribute to America. They come to take. We must get rid of them by any means necessary as they are destroying our American way of life. It’s a fact. More Americans are killed by Mexicans than both wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

“We have become sadly acquainted with the absolute and brazen disregard for the law that comes from the third world horde that is allowed to swarm over our border with Mexico…It is clear that when the mostly Mexican mob illegally ‘migrates’ into our nation, it brings with it the culture of lawlessness and chaos that is responsible for the very conditions that they flee in the rapidly deteriorating example of Democracy without the rule of law that is Mexico.” --Donald Arthur, founder and leader of the Marietta, Georgia-based Dustin Inman Society (DIS)

1 comment:

  1. We need an electric fence with enough voltage to kill, like the one Apartheid South Africa constructed across part of its northern border.

    The quote in the section on South Africa is from the South African Catholic Bureau on Refugees, but that little bit of info seems to have been removed from Wikipedia.