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Friday, April 23, 2004

Landmark Documentary Exposed Mexican Corruption
"Bonds of Our Union" Segment on Mexican Corruption Spoke the Unspeakable

"Mr. President, the fundamental problem in Mexico is the corruption that exists at any and all levels, even among those charged with fighting the drug problem." -- Senator John Kerry (D-Mass).
Bonds of Our Union - Part II -- The Video
Mexican Corruption:
This segment exposes Mexico's corrupt culture.
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Woe Be Me!!!
KTRK -- Houston
Meeting to address rumors concerning immigration raids
For the past two weeks, rumors about immigration raids have been circulating across the area, creating work stoppages and keeping kids out of school. Now a town hall meeting has been scheduled to address those concerns. --- Congressman Gene Green and Councilwoman Carol Alvarado - along with several community groups - are hosting a town hall meeting on Monday [to explain to invaders what their 'rights' are]. AP Internal Use Only

Hasta la vista, baby!
Associated Press
Defiant Mexican murderess deported, vows to return
A Mexican woman [Rosario Munoz, a killer with a website] paroled on murder charges by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has been deported to Mexico due to a judge's refusal to grant her pardon, but she vowed to fight to return to the United States to be with her American-born son [aka anchor baby], her spokesman said Friday. AP Internal Use Only

Derbez Watch
Schwarzenegger and Fox to meet, says annoying meddler
Los Angeles, Calif. ­ Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Ernesto Derbez said Friday that California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Mexican President Vicente Fox will hold their first meeting in September. -- The foreign minister told a news conference in L.A. that the meeting would be held in California and would center on immigration and border issues [neither of which are state issues]. [See: Meddling Mexicans] AP Internal Use Only

The Iowa Channel
Victim Becomes Suspect In Alleged Hate Crime
A case of alleged hate crime in Des Moines has a bizarre ending. -- Several times over the winter, the Hermasillo family thought they were the targets of hate crimes. -- "The house was a mess, graffitti on the walls -- KKK, wetbacks, go back to Mexico -- on the door here, was a Nazi sign," Luis Silva told KCCI in February... AP Internal Use Only

No thanks
Los Angeles Times (Free Registration) 
Suit filed against school district alleging discrimination (by Latinos)
...The lawsuits also allege the white employees were retaliated against for reporting to the Ventura County Grand Jury last year that then-Supt. Yolanda Benitez and others had improperly sought to impose a pro-bilingual educational program in the largely Latino elementary school district. AP Internal Use Only

Department of State
Department of State -- U.S. Embassy - Japan
U.S. Targets Alien Smuggling Organizations Linked to Terrorists
The U.S. Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (BICE) reports an increasing linkage between alien smuggling organizations and terrorist organizations since September 11, 2001. -- "(T)errorists and their associates are likely to align themselves with specific alien smuggling networks to obtain undetected entry into the United States," said Charles H. Demore, interim assistant director of investigations at BICE..." AP Internal Use Only

Letters and E-Mail
Mexico: Iraq in our back yard
April 7th I got a message from the Roger Hedgecock Show.  Jimmy informed me that another incursion had happened in the United States. "Monday morning around 4:20 a.m., armed police officers from Mexico scattered several folks who had gathered near the river channel next to the San Ysidro port of entry... AP Internal Use Only

Government Pimp - Panderer
Hooker House Bust
News-Leader -- Springfield, Missouri
Sauna hit in prostitution probe (suspeted invaders involved)
Two Korean women are in federal custody after an investigation into alleged prostitution at the Smile Sauna, just outside the Springfield city... -- The women are believed to be in the United States illegally, said Randall Grimes, resident agent in charge of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Strafford office. AP Internal Use Only

EFE -- Mexico
Troublesome meddling Mexican says invaders good for U.S.
San Diego -- The United States needs immigrant labor and is better off getting it from neighboring Mexico than from farther afield in Asia or Africa, the Mexican government's top diplomat said here. -- In a speech Thursday night, Mexican Foreign Secretary Luis Ernesto Derbez identified that idea as one of the principal messages he wants to convey during his visit to California. AP Internal Use Only

California Highway Patrol
KFWB News -- Los Angeles
Teen Charged with Murdering California Highway Patrol Officer
Pomona (AP) -- A 16-year-old boy was charged Friday with murdering a CHP officer in what authorities called a "random assassination" linked to street gang activity. -- Valentino Mitchell Arenas [photo of suspect] was charged as an adult with one count of murder and the special circumstances of murder of a police officer, lying in wait and murder during a drive-by shooting. AP Internal Use Only

Time For A Round-up
Citizens rally for bill passage to round up illegals for removal
Citizens all across America are faxing, e-mailing and calling Congress demanding passage of Senate bill S.1906 and H.R. 2671 which would, among other provisions, requires the feds pick up all illegals apprehended by local police and get them deported immediately. -- The Homeland Security Enhancement Act of 2003 defines major changes in law enforcement's ability to round up illegal aliens. AP Internal Use Only

Jim Hahn's 'Mexican City'
Mexican City
Los Angeles Times (Free Registration) 
'Ruthless' Traffickers Hit Jim Hahn's 'Mexican City'
...Crackdowns on illegal border crossings in Texas and California have pushed sophisticated smuggling operations to Arizona. But federal officials, helped by community tips to houses crammed with illegal immigrants, have been cracking down on the sometimes violent operations. That has pushed smugglers to Los Angeles, where they have found more tolerant communities... AP Internal Use Only

No Whiners
Fresno Bee
Pot raids target Asian growers, cause usual carping
Police swept through two more Fresno-area farms Thursday and pulled up thousands of marijuana plants tucked between rows of vegetables, continuing a two-week operation that has targeted Southeast Asian growers. -- In a statement issued Wednesday, the Fresno County Sheriff's Department said Southeast Asians had been connected with each of the farms where marijuana was found growing.

OR Gives Licenses to Invaders
The New American
Massive Alien ID Fraud Ring in Oregon
"Thousands of illegal immigrants have crossed into Oregon to fraudulently obtain driver's licenses, key documents for gaining credit cards, opening bank accounts and boarding airplanes," reported the March 28 Portland Oregonian. Traveling by bus, car and plane, the illegal aliens swarmed to Oregon from Idaho, California, Nevada and New York.AP Internal Use Only

Son of Proposition 187
'Save Our State' Petitions Ready for Downloading Now

Read all instructions carefully. This initiative also ends the threat of invaders getting driver's licenses in California once and for all. All petitions must be in the SOS office by April 25. For additional info, call (877) NO-ILLEGALS | CLICK HERE for alternate petition download site and deadline info

Birmingham News (Via E-Mail)
Arrests of 27 Hispanic day laborers [illegals] criticized
Federal immigration officials last week arrested 27 day laborers in Hoover whom they described as illegal immigrants. The sweep has drawn criticism from some community activists. -- Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesman Temple Black said 24 Mexican and three Guatemalan workers were picked up along Lorna Road... AP Internal Use Only

Hasta la vista, baby!
The Hampton (New Hampshire) Union
Absconder awaits deportation to Panama
Seabrook, NH - Authorities ordered illegal alien Eduardo Ross of Seabrook to leave the country two years ago, after the Board of Immigration appeals denied his request to stay in the country, according to an immigration spokeswoman. -- Ross is now in custody in Massachusetts awaiting deportation to Panama. AP Internal Use Only

Señor Sellout - Worst President in U.S. History
Bush Amnesty Plan Producing Huge Increase Of Illegal Aliens
Recent press reports say that illegal immigration is skyrocketing since President Bush announced his amnesty plan. For example, World Net Daily reported, "U.S. Border Patrol officials report a 15 percent increase in the use of fraudulent documents at the world's busiest land border crossing [San Ysidro]."AP Internal Use Only

Associated Press
Treasury Dept. suspends cooperation with Mexico
The U.S. Treasury Department has suspended cooperation with the Mexican government on financial investigations, a move that could potentially affect drug, money laundering and terrorism financing investigations. -- The U.S. Embassy said the Treasury Department sent a letter to the Mexican government saying that, because confidential U.S. information was leaked to the public...AP Internal Use Only

Drug Bust
Arizona Daily Star Border Edition
1,500 lbs. of pot is seized near Sierra Vista, Mexican busted
Border Patrol agents seized nearly 1,500 pounds of marijuana valued at more than $1.8 million after they arrested a 22-year-old Mexican national Wednesday afternoon [see ABP Report]. -- A Border Patrol news release said the man was spotted in a white pickup truck southeast of Sierra Vista, near Arizona 92 and the San Pedro River, after an illegal crossing... AP Internal Use Only

Pot Smuggling from Mexico
Narco News
U.S. Prosecutors Protect an Informant Who Killed Mexican Citizens
Mexican state police Commander Miguel Loya Gallegos disappeared in January. -- Several of his associates disappeared, too, vexing law enforcement agents who say their mysterious disappearance ­ and consequent unavailability as potential witnesses to multiple murders ­ could prove very convenient to U.S. prosecutors and a confidential informant under their protection. AP Internal Use Only

No Cheap Tuition for Invaders
No Illegals!
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Vote scheduled on bill granting invaders right to in-state tuition
...College is out of reach for Cesar and many other Florida students who lack the legal immigration status they need to get in-state tuition rates [read: they're in the country in violation of federal laws], about a fourth of full tuition at many schools. For the second year in a row, a bill pending in the Florida Legislature could change that... AP Internal Use Only

National Review
Ditching Diversity - Will elites return to racism?
...Is this the beginning of something? Could American elites dump multiculturalism - the doctrine that any culture is just as good as any other (except of course for the Ice People culture of white Europeans, which is inhuman, oppressive, colonialist, greedy, and cruel)? And could this lead to the prospect that Herrnstein and Murray feared, the prospect of a turn to racism on the part of our cognitive elites?AP Internal Use Only

Mexican Onslaught
Tucson Citizen
Diocese Without Borders: Catholics unite (forget about the law)
...Both governments then need to help make the "right way" easier, said [Ronnie] Rodriguez, one of about 50 people who attended the Diocese Without Borders conference yesterday. --- Held by the Diocese of Tucson.... the aim of the conference is to unite church leaders and parishioners as one church, regardless of the international border, said Tucson Bishop Gerald F. Kicanas. [See: The Pope in Mexico] AP Internal Use Only

Los Angeles Times Editorial (Free Registration)
Invasion-cheerleading paper opines against CLEAR Act, etc.
...Local police cannot and should not enforce federal immigration laws. Otherwise, no one fearing deportation would be likely to report or testify against criminal activity, from domestic abuse to gang violence. Local government also can't carry the fiscal burden of enforcing federal immigration law.... AP Internal Use Only

Time For A Round-up
Nashville Tennessean
Immigration officials arrest 25 at driving school
An immigration raid at a south Nashville driving school yesterday resulted in 25 arrests of suspected illegal immigrants believed to be in the area solely to get driver's licenses [did you hear that, Cedillo?]. -- The raid was significant because of its size and because ''it shows the laxness of the Tennessee driver's license system is known nationwide...'' AP Internal Use Only

For Mexico's Elite, It's Open Season On Samuel Huntington
...While immigration enthusiasts equate today's Mexican immigration with that of the Ellis Island era, it's simply not the same phenomenon, as [Dr. Samuel] Huntington explains in detail. Roots matter. What we call American values, that made our nation great, are a legacy of our foundation by English Protestants in the 1600s and 1700s. [See Dr. Huntington's Essay] AP Internal Use Only

Say NO to Mexico 
Brownsville Herald
Mexican Congress pressured to act on voting issue
Council members of a Mexican government agency met with lawmakers this week in Mexico City, advocating the implementation of 1996 legislation that allows migrants living abroad to vote in the 2006 presidential election. -- Twelve members of Instituto de Mexicanos en el Exterior (Institute of Mexicans Abroad) spent Wednesday and Thursday stating their case to Mexican Congress... AP Internal Use Only

Hasta la vista, baby!
Arizona Daily Star Border Edition
83 suspected illegals held in 2 incidents
U.S. Border Patrol agents detained 62 illegal border crossers found crammed into the back of a U-Haul truck north of Elfrida Wednesday night. -- An additional 21 illegal entrants were arrested after three vehicles they were being smuggled in crashed into a ravine near Tubac. -- In the first incident, agents spotted the U-Haul and began following it north on U.S. 191 in Cochise County... AP Internal Use Only

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