Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Vekol Valley controlled by drug cartels? Not if I can help it.

During an ABC News 15 newscast on Friday, June 11, 2010, Sheriff Paul Babeu admitted that the Vekol Valley area was controlled by the Mexican Drug Cartels. He also stated that he did not have adequate manpower and Arizona needed a minimum of 3000 troops to beef up border security. We can safely assume that the government will not be sending enough troops anytime soon.

As I’ve said before, If the government cannot keep order, it will be up to us citizens to step up and take the initiative. This is exactly what my comrades and I intend to do.

Sheriff: Mexican Drug Cartels Now Control Parts of Arizona

"We are outgunned, we are out manned and we don't have the resources here locally to fight this." So said Pinal County Sheriff Babeu. This is an INVASION. Yet not only are the Feds not acting, but Gov. Brewer says Obama is even delaying the "advisors" visit to AZ, which was scheduled for June 17th. If the cartels can control parts of a U....S. state, and 33% of illegal crosses are "Other Than Mexicans", this nation is wide open to terrorists. And they are already coming in: http://is.gd/cnRQA

Pinal Sheriff: Smugglers probably killed 2 men in desert

PINAL COUNTY, AZ - Two men shot and killed in a remote desert area about 50 miles south of Phoenix were probably ambushed by fellow smugglers, Pinal County sheriff's officials said Friday.

The men had been at a migrant camp in the desert south of Interstate 8 near Antelope Peak on Sunday night when someone opened fire on them with an AK-47-type weapon, shooting each man once, said sheriff's spokeswoman Lt. Tamatha Villar.

Details, 911-call transcripts released in double homicide

Pinal County Sheriff Department has released more information concerning two Hispanic males found shot to death on June 6 in a remote desert area near Interstate 8 and Milepost 150.

It is in this same area five weeks ago that Pinal County Sheriff’s Dep. Louie Puroll was shot and wounded after tracking six individuals who were smuggling drugs. The drug smugglers ambushed Puroll with a handgun and two AK-47 automatic rifles from different tactical positions, according to Pinal County Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Lt. Tamatha Villar.

In addition to continuing my illegal immigration patrols in this area, I an also studying their habits, routes and other logistics. The cantaloupe picking season in my area may also bring about a rise in illegal alien activity along Interstate 8 around milepost 150.

I am encouraging citizens to go out and enjoy their public lands, while exercising their Second Amendment Constitutional Rights to keep and bear arms. Hopefully, lots of citizens with guns will make a difference. The busier these places are, the more likely the criminal elements will move on. This is OUR country, not theirs! Don’t let foreign nationals run us off our public recreational areas. Our Founding Fathers would be very upset if we just sat by and let criminal Mexicans overrun our country.

“Our county has been under assault from the influx of tens, if not hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens who have taken advantage of our lax enforcement of the law at the federal, state and local levels. These border crashers have contributed to rising crime rates, increasing burdens on our schools, hospitals and public services, and the very destruction of our American culture.” --Greg Letiecq

1 comment:

  1. Not if I can help it either, Brother. Troops are on the way. The feds may turn their backs on American citizens. However, we are not going to leave you stranded down there. See you and the community Saturday!