Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Citizens enjoy small victories near the Vekol Valley drug corridor
















While we were out patrolling for drug smugglers and rescuing an abandoned horse in the Vekol Valley, drug smugglers were being arrested along Interstate 8. Thanks to the cooperation of regular citizens, the Sonoran Desert National Monument has become a safer place.

Law abiding citizens should be able to enjoy their public lands. Our sorry excuse for a government should feel great shame for allowing this lawlessness to continue unchecked for so long.

Unfortunately, the government is part of the problem. As I said before, the rich bankers launder billions of dollars worth of drug money. The corporations exploit cheap migrant labor while depressing American's wages. This is all made possible by traitorous politicians that are not serving the people they were elected to serve.

Tip leads PCSO deputies to marijuana load vehicle

PINAL COUNTY, AZ - The Pinal County Sheriff's Office is crediting an alert citizen with helping to nab two drug smugglers in southern Arizona.

PCSO spokesman Tim Gaffney said deputies received an anonymous tip on Wednesday that an individual had seen someone loading marijuana into a Nissan pickup truck from some bushes along Interstate 8.
http://www.abc15.com/dpp/news/region_central_southern_az/other/tip-leads-pcso-deputies-to-marijuana-load-vehicle

Federal immigration program mainly nets low-level criminals, analysis says

Of the hundreds of counties in the U.S. participating in a rapidly expanding federal program designed to catch and deport dangerous criminal immigrants, Maricopa County leads the nation in both the number of immigrants arrested and the number deported, federal records show.

But the majority of the immigrants, 66 percent, caught in the county and deported through the Secure Communities program are either low-level criminals or have no criminal record at all, according to an Arizona Republic analysis of the 2-year-old program. Nationwide, 60 percent of those deported had been convicted of either low-level crimes or none at all, The Republic found.
http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/2011/03/09/20110309arizona-immigration-analysis.html#ixzz1G7BpS4N

Convicts or not, illegal aliens don't belong here. They should be deported regardless of their criminal history of lack thereof. Would American illegal aliens in other countries get a "free pass"? I highly doubt it.

One thing we can count on it the media's undying efforts to minimalize the illegal immigration problem.

From the Pinal County Sheriff's Office:

110305050 Attempt to Locate
Incident Address : E I-8 STANFIELD
Time Reported: 07:03
Time Occurred between: 07:02:23 03/05/11 - 07:02:23 03/05/11
Cad Info: ATL SIL CHEVY MALIBU UNK PLATES VEH IS STATIONARY AT THIS TIME POSS LOADED MARIJUANA IN VEH AT THIS TIME. 3 TO 4 SUBJECTS NOT DESP. TIME DELAY. 2 AGO. MCSO ENRT, THEY DID ADV IT IS THERE AREA BUT
HEADING OUR WAY

Drugs and smuggling are the only things Mexicans seem to contribute to our county. I fail to see any positive contributions. We can do without this nonsense.

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The Jew is the reason there is war and poverty. You don't need a nobody like me to tell you this... just do your own research and you'll find the same results. They start wars, fund wars, conscript your sons and daughters to fight and get killed in wars, charge you high interest and bankrupt you, then finally they steal your land. Read the Old Testament. They really believe that they are racially superior to non-Jews. Every non-Jew is a Goyim tool. Livestock, good for pulling a wagon or getting killed in war.

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  1. NEWS RELEASE

    ARIZONA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

    1700 West Washington l Phoenix , Arizona l 85007-2844

    PHONE: (602) 926-3233

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    HOUSE PASSES EMERGENCY BILL TO FUND VITAL BORDER SECURITY OPERATION

    No. 1 pass through county in the United States would
    receive $5 million in state aid to protect citizens

    STATE CAPITOL, PHOENIX (March 9, 2011) – Taking a proactive approach to protecting Arizonans in the absence of the federal government securing our border, the Arizona House of Representatives passed emergency legislation today that funds border security operations in Pinal County where Sheriff Paul Babeu has launched a task force to hunt down drug cartels and human traffickers.

    HB 2718 allocates $5 million for Sheriff Babeu and his deputies to purchase equipment and supplies to provide border security in the absence of federal security and protection.

    The bill now goes to the Senate.

    “We can no longer allow drug cartels and smuggling rings to run wild in Arizona ,” said Speaker Pro Tempore Steve Montenegro, sponsor of HB 2718. “These resources are vital for Sheriff Babeu to fight these illegal criminals and keep Arizonans safe. Arizona must stand for the rule of law, and this unique task force is doing what the federal government refuses to do: It's enforcing our laws.”

    “ Arizona can’t make the mistake of waiting around for Barack Obama and Janet Napolitano to secure our border,” said House Speaker Kirk Adams, also a sponsor of the legislation. “ Pinal County has become the top corridor into our state and country for illegal activity, and Sheriff Babeu has taken the lead in protecting Arizonans. With this legislation, the sheriff will now have the resources he needs to stop criminals from infiltrating other parts of our state and country.”

    Pinal County was selected to receive the funds due to the amount of illegal activity there, its unique border security operations and because it receives less federal funding than areas directly on the border.

    “My deputies and I are not afraid to bring the fight to the Mexican Drug Cartels, but we need help to purchase equipment and supplies,” said Sheriff Babeu. “Speaker Adams, Rep. Montenegro and the Arizona House of Representatives have taken a significant step to protect Arizona families and defend the rule of law.”

    For more information or to schedule interviews, contact Daniel Scarpinato at 602-926-3233 or dscarpin@azleg.gov

    Daniel Scarpinato
    Director of Communications
    Arizona House of Representatives, Majority Caucus
    dscarpin@azleg.gov
    602-926-3233
    520-668-7518 (c)


    Tim Gaffney

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