External links may
expire at any time.

Archives - 2004

American Patrol Documentaries
Help Support Our Efforts
Past Special Features
Government Contact Info
Links Of Interest
Radio and TV Links, Info
Poll Information
Archived Interesting Items
Contact American Patrol
Subscribe to our Alerts
Miscellaneous ItemsSearch Our Site and Others

Monday, April 5, 2004

Brokaw Admits It: Borders Wide Open
Networks Forced to Tell the Truth

NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw
April 5 -- In a stunning news broadcast, NBC finally admitted that illegal aliens are flooding into the United States in record numbers. NBC reported that illegal aliens Other Than Mexicans (OTMs) are not deported but released into the U.S. with an order to appear for a hearing (few do). American Patrol reported this outrage months ago (*See Rumor Mill, Oct. 21, 2003). They didn't say that Mexicans are not arrested but turned back to Mexico to try again.
RealAudio-RealVideoWatch | Watch

Red DotPast Features Red DotAmerican Border Patrol Updates

The Eureka (California) Reporter
What's Wrong With This Picture?
Billions of our tax dollars are spent for an immigration service to control alien entry. -- Billions of our tax dollars are spent to guard our borders and turn back "illegal" aliens. -- Then it's like a game of "Red Rover," and we allow "comfort stations" to be set up in the desert to aid those entering illegally... AP Internal Use Only

Laughable Mexican ID
KVAL-TV -- Eugene, Oregon
Idiocy: Oregon town may accept phony Mexican ID cards
Springfield, Oregon -- It's an increasingly popular way for Mexicans living in Oregon to identify themselves, and Springfield may make it a portal into access to city services [the sham ID]. -- "Often times the person who has this card may not be documented person living in the US [translation: the card holder is most likely deportable] but really the card does is say this is proof of I.D." says Ofelia Amparo... AP Internal Use Only

Tom Bearup for Sheriff
Tom Bearup
Tom Bearup for Sheriff -- Maricopa County, Arizona
In reference to the major issue of illegal aliens that are living in Maricopa County, Tom believes that they should be arrested when deputies come in contact with them and that they be turned over to the INS. In the event that the INS is not able or cannot pick them up he proposes to develop a tent city where the illegal aliens will be held until transported back to their country of origin.

California - The Infested State
KNSD TV News -- San Diego
Police Union Seeks To Block Deportation Investigation
National City, Calif. -- A union representing National City police intends to block city officials from investigating an incident in which two Mexican citizens [illegal alien invaders] were deported after they were wrongly implicated in a shoplifting investigation [they're still illegals]. -- Since the incident, Latino groups have accused [retailer J.C. Penney] of racial profiling.... AP Internal Use Only

Georgia Creep
Sam Zam Watch
Letter to GA State Sen. Sam Zamarripa
Zamarripa is a dangerous anti-American menace
...Once again Mr. Zamarripa, you are the one who is anti-America and a danger to this country!  Take a good look in the mirror and see who is really destroying this nation!  We are losing jobs, our jails are overflowing, diseases are increasing, our schools are under funded and overcrowded,  our taxes grow higher, our highways are more and more congested, our border cities look like Tijuana...AP Internal Use Only

Woe Be Me!!!
The Oklahoman (Part of a Pro-Invasion Full Court Press)
Immigration laws' enforcement debated
Two numbers tell the story of immigration law enforcement in Oklahoma. -- · State official offers strategy.... 46,000: The estimated number of undocumented immigrants in Oklahoma in 2000. -- 8: The current number of federal immigration officers assigned to Oklahoma. -- The resulting ratio of one immigration officer for every 5,750 undocumented immigrants undocumented immigrants [criminals]... AP Internal Use Only

Take A Hike, Amigos.
Baltimore Sun
Lack of staffing impedes teaching of English to 'new arrivals'
A typical school day for Linda Castillo flies by in a blur and ends about the time the 60-year-old Anne Arundel County teacher notices she is exhausted and her feet are sore. -- Charged with helping 56 children become fluent in English, Castillo delivers back- to- back half- hour sessions in her cramped office to as many pupils as she can squeeze into the six hours a day.... AP Internal Use Only

bin Laden
El Universal -- Mexico City
Anti-U.S. sentiment rises in Mexico
As Ricardo Ruiz did a heavy business Saturday morning from his kiosk stand selling support materials for the Zapatista cause, he chatted about all the recent anti-American activity that has been circulating here in Mexico City. -- In a nearby park, Ruiz said one of the biggest sellers has been a T-shirt calling Osama bin Laden a hero. AP Internal Use Only

Say NO to Mexico 
Baltimore Sun Editorial
Mexico's runaway crime
The lawlessness infecting Mexico's criminal justice system can be summed up in two words: Ciudad Juarez. -- That's the city on the U.S.-Mexico border infamous for the unsolved murders of nearly 400 women, a third of whom had been sexually assaulted. -- But the deeper crime in these and other cases is the alleged complicity of law enforcement in the city's violence. AP Internal Use Only

Son of Proposition 187
Save Our State
'Save Our State' Petitions Ready for Downloading Now
See the Save187.com website home page for other pertinent information on this "Son of 187" initiative. Read all instructions carefully. This initiative also ends the threat of invaders getting driver's licenses in California once and for all.

Los Angeles Times (Free Registration)
Mexico seeks Olympic stars -- in one of its Calif. colonies
It makes sense. Santa Ana has one of the highest percentages of foreign-born residents in the United States. And so it was that hundreds of young women showed up over the weekend at Santa Ana Stadium to test their talent for international soccer - not for the United States, but as members of the Mexican women's national soccer team... AP Internal Use Only

Wall Street Journal
The chairman of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus loses.....
Hispanics are now America's largest minority group, but Al Sharpton's news clippings alone prove how much more attention is paid to black politics over Hispanic. -- That's one reason the defeat of Rep. Ciro Rodriguez, chairman of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, in a Democratic primary in Texas hasn't gotten more coverage. AP Internal Use Only

Foreign Invaders
Secured Borders U.S.A. Nears 500,000 Petitions
Popular radio host Mark Edwards of KDWN in Las Vegas tells NewsMax that the grassroots organization Secured Borders U.S.A. has gathered nearly 500,000 notarized signatures on its petition urging the government to enforce immigration law and stop the invasion of illegal aliens, and the group is looking for more Americans to sign up. AP Internal Use Only

Gang News
Gang News
Quad City Times -- Davenport, Iowa
Behold the new gang-infested American heartland
...So many Hispanic people have moved into the area that St. Mary's conducts one of its Sunday Masses in Spanish, said the Rev. Rudolph Juarez... -- But a drive through the neighborhood also finds many buildings defaced by gang graffiti. Some residents say gangs and drugs are rampant and have changed the character of the area. AP Internal Use Only

Rabid Mexican Reconquista
Contra Costa Times
Mexican reconquista pushes dangerous license bill in Concord
...The bill, SB1160, is far from written, but Sen. Gilbert Cedillo, D-Los Angeles, said it will improve the safety of all motorists [a blatant lie]. -- "We will pass this law because it is necessary, it is responsible, and it is just," said Cedillo, who spoke to the mostly Latino crowd in English and Spanish. -- Cedillo doesn't know when SB1160 will be ready for introduction to the Legislature. AP Internal Use Only

No Sponging
No Sponging
Washington Times
Illegals escape subsidy scrutiny
Arlington and Montgomery counties [in Maryland] are the only local jurisdictions that do not check the immigration status of applicants for local housing subsidies, allowing illegal aliens to receive taxpayer-funded rent assistance. -- Montgomery County spends about $3.7 million a year on rent assistance for 1,600 households... AP Internal Use Only

South Florida Sun-Sentinel
State officials to crack down on fraud
When Dario Sedano moved from Colombia to Coral Springs, the 25-year-old hoped his status as a world-class cyclist would help him become a legal immigrant. -- Instead, Sedano is facing deportation hearings. Sedano says his problems began after he consulted an "immigration expert." AP Internal Use Only

Photo Album
Photo Album
Tom Tancredo in Nashville on Saturday
Tennesseans for Responsible Immigration Policies held a meeting in Nashville last evening. Rep. Tom Tancredo and other guest speakers didn't disappoint. Photos by FAIR's Jim Staudenraus...... click headline to view.

Hasta la vista, baby!
Corpus Christi Caller-Times
22 suspected invaders caught in two incidents
U.S. Border Patrol agents near Falfurrias apprehended almost two dozen immigrants in two separate incidents early Sunday. -- Jose Cavazos, a border patrol supervisor, said agents apprehended a group of 11 men and women from Mexico, El Salvador and " Honduras at about 3 a.m. Sunday five miles south of the checkpoint... AP Internal Use Only

Rabid Reconquista Menace
Mexidata.info -- Carlos Lukens
The Castañeda factor in Mexico's presidential equation
Mexico's impetuous 2006 presidential race just got more exciting, with former Foreign Relations (SRE) secretary Jorge Castañeda announcing on March 25 that he will run for president. -- Castañeda, a university professor who is considered one of Mexico's brightest minds, is the son of a former foreign minister. Once one of the closest - and most controversial - advisors of President Vicente Fox...AP Internal Use Only

Pandering Presidente
Cleveland Plain Dealer
Phony Mexican card is one invaders can bank on
...Branch manager Fitzroy da Silva said Fifth Third Bank used the new Mexican identification cards as a way to reach out to the area's Mexican community. Other banks in Cleveland, including KeyBank, Bank One, National City and U.S. Bank, also will allow Mexicans to open accounts using the Mexican identification cards. AP Internal Use Only

News from the State of  Arizona
Arizona Daily Star Border Edition  
3 suspected border intruders found dead
Three illegal border crossers were found dead over the weekend near Elgin, in Santa Cruz County, and cold weather may be to blame, officials said. -- A person driving on Elgin Road at about 9 a.m. Saturday reported seeing a body just off the side of the road, said Santa Cruz County Sheriff Tony Estrada. About 10 minutes later, another body was found in the same area, Estrada said.

Previous Day  / Next Day /  Older Articles  / Home Page