Sunday, February 13, 2011

After much publicity: The Vekol Valley is still very popular among drug and human smugglers.
















We conducted another patrol in the Vekol Valley this weekend. The Sonoran Desert National Monument has been a hot bed of criminal activity from south of the border.

During one of our patrols on Saturday afternoon, I recovered a Minnesota veteran’s Gulf War On Terror special license plate. I found it in a thickly vegetated wash and it was still valid. It couldn’t have been out there for very long.

Apparently, a criminal Mexican stole this hard working patriot’s vehicle to use as a load vehicle to bring drugs or illegal aliens into the country. Only sub-human trash would steal a war veteran’s vehicle. People like this deserve to find themselves gagging and choking from the end of a rope.

I also found documents containing personal information belonging to the registered owner. I sent him an email reporting my find. I’m sure he would like to know what happened to his vehicle.

On Sunday afternoon the registered owner of the vehicle, a 1996 Chevrolet Suburban, contacted me in regards to his license plate. He informed me that the vehicle was totaled and that he ended up selling it to a junk yard for scrap.

More often that not, these vehicles are rendered useless and the owner suffers the loss. Remember, this is a war veteran that served his country only to have his country look the other way when it comes to border security.

Nearly 4 tons of pot seized south of Maricopa

A multi-agency task force formed to reduce drug smuggling in Southern Arizona netted more than 7,500 pounds of marijuana valued at $6 million in the Vekol Valley during a 4-day sting, according to a release issued by the Arizona Department of Public Safety late Thursday.

In addition to the pot, intelligence gathered and shared among agencies involved in the task force led to 110 arrests, recovery of nine stolen vehicles and the seizure of four firearms.
http://www.inmaricopa.com/NEWS/NewsArticleDetails.aspx?mid1=390&&ArticleID=9844&&name=c&&id=1

As you can see, serious tonnage is passing through the Vekol Valley drug corridor. Imagine how much gets through undetected.

Arizona sues feds over border security

Arizona took the unusual step Thursday of suing the federal government over its immigration policies, claiming it has failed to secure the border and protect the state from an "invasion" of illegal immigrants.

About half a dozen other states have pursued similar, and unsuccessful, legal efforts over the past two decades.

Gov. Jan Brewer said the intent of the lawsuit, and the state's priority, is to force the federal government to protect Arizonans.
http://www.azcentral.com/arizonarepublic/news/articles/2011/02/11/20110211arizona-to-sue-federal-government-over-border-security.html

Arizona and Arizonans must do whatever it takes to bring down the idiots in the federal government. We’ve had enough of their bull shit and we’re not going to take it anymore. We must secure our future, even with violence, if need be.

"History has been written in blood, not with ink. No letter, editorial or book has ever rallied the people or stopped tyranny. We understand this principle and are forever propagandizing the people to write letters to the President, to Congress...Woe be unto us if they ever see the futility of it, lay down the pen and employ the sword." – Harold Wallace Rosenthal, 1976, Jew.

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