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Monday, January 21, 2008

Barriers Behind Mexican War
Drug Lords Fight Over Remaining Routes

Pedestrian barrier cuts off vehicle route along wash east of Yuma.
American Border Patrol -- January 21
    Following more than a year of detailed aerial surveillance of the border, American Border Patrol has suggested that the recent increase in violence in Mexico is related to increased enforcement of the border. "We have documented hundreds of routes taken by vehicles driving into the United States from Mexico that have been cut off by new border fencing and vehicle barriers," said Glenn Spencer of ABP. "It only makes sense that smugglers are going to be fighting over the access routes that remain," Spencer added.
    ABP will be issuing a detailed report on the status of border fencing and barriers later this week.

KETV --  Omaha 
Usual suspects toss tantrum over anti-invader efforts in Nebraska  
A protest on Monday at the Nebraska Capitol criticized Gov. Dave Heineman's attempt to tighten rules for distributing state benefits. -- The group called Heineman's plan bigoted. -- The governor said he wants a law requiring all state and local governments to verify the immigration status of anyone applying for benefits. AP Internal Use Only

Del Rio (Texas) News  
Michigan no longer issuing licenses to invaders   
Michigan will no longer let illegal immigrants get driver's licenses, a practice just seven other states continue to allow. -- Michigan Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land, who oversees the motor vehicle department, announced the new policy Monday and said it takes effect Tuesday. AP Internal Use Only

Los Angeles Times  
Agent's death highlights attacks on Border Patrol   
The off-road enthusiasts were revving their dune buggies and all-terrain vehicles Saturday morning when a brown Hummer suddenly cut into the campground. The man at the wheel, a suspected drug smuggler, was heading to Mexico, fast. -- U.S. Border Patrol Agent Luis Aguilar, the only person in the way, threw a spike strip in front of the car... AP Internal Use Only

Washington Times   
U.S. faces 'grave threat' in drug fight   
Mexican military efforts to crush heavily armed drug-smuggling operations in five cities along the U.S.-Mexico border pose a "grave threat" to U.S. authorities and a half-million Americans in the area, according to former U.S. Border Patrol and Immigration and Naturalization Service officials. AP Internal Use Only

Matt Sanchez -- WorldNetDaily.com   
A Spanish slap in the face   
Multiculturalism, a soft national identity and the inability to separate the public forum from the private sphere will send this country scaling up a new Tower of Babel. -- I went into my local bank to solve a problem. During my stay overseas in Iraq and Afghanistan, my financial institution put a block on my account because... AP Internal Use Only

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Jim Kouri, CPP -- Family Security Foundation   
Threat from violent MS-13 gang continues to escalate   
They've severed the fingers of their rivals with machetes... brutally murdered suspected informants, including a 17-year-old pregnant federal witness... attacked and threatened law enforcement officers... committed a string of rapes, assaults, break-ins, auto thefts, extortions, and frauds across the U.S... AP Internal Use Only

Globe Gazette -- Mason City, Iowa 
Lawmakers will tackle invaders and firms that hire them   
Iowa lawmakers are expected this week to start refining legislation that would make it a crime for employers to knowingly hire illegal aliens. -- House Democratic leaders behind the measure say they want the state to step in because they believe the federal government has failed to enforce immigration laws... AP Internal Use Only

American Border Patrol   
ABP reports 163 miles of border fence in place   
ABP reports 163 miles of fence in place as of January 18, 2008. Figures shown below were obtained by performing an aerial survey of the border. (According to DHS data there is no fencing along the Rio Grande east of El Paso.) The 163 miles figure does not include vehicle barriers. To be counted as a fence... AP Internal Use Only

Newark Star-Ledger 
Invaders being fired in face of federal crackdown   
...The Silver Line firings are part of a growing trend in which employers are purging unauthorized workers to avoid a fledgling immigration crackdown by the U.S. Government, according to immigration attorneys and experts. -- "I think this is the future," said Cynthia Lange, a San Francisco immigration attorney... AP Internal Use Only

WIBW-TV -- Topeka   Video Included   
Local Reconquistas fighting anti-invader bill    
A local community activist group called on a state legislator Saturday, hoping to get some answers on her tough illegal immigration bill that is moving through the statehouse. The bill is expected to surface within the next week, but Sunflower Community Action is wondering why the issue us even coming up at the state level at all.AP Internal Use Only

Associated Press
King Day event to spotlight 'Tan Klan' CEO   
Birmingham, Ala. -- The keynote speaker for the Martin Luther King Unity Breakfast on Monday is a Kansas native and the daughter of Mexican immigrants. -- Organizers said they chose Janet Murguia, the president and chief executive officer of the National Council of La Raza, because of her message of unity and her opposition to a resurgence of hate speech in the immigration debate. AP Internal Use Only

WTOP -- Washington  
Virginia Beach, Virginia OK's pledge to keep invaders out   
Doing business with this resort city means having to pledge not to hire illegal immigrants under a new clause in city contracts. -- Vendors will be required to certify they are following federal immigration laws and city officials will audit any company they think is breaking the law... AP Internal Use Only

John Armor -- Canyon News -- Bel Air, Calif.   
License? We don’t need no steenkin’ license!   
There are a few scenes in classic movies that are so effective that the dialogue has passed into the common language. One of those is in The Treasure of Sierra Madre. Mexican bandits have confronted American gold miners, including Humphrey Bogart. The bandits claim to be federal police. AP Internal Use Only

Palm Beach Post Editorial   
The states take on invaders   
Across the country, legislators, city council members, commissioners and assorted elected pooh-bahs watched Congress do nothing about immigration last year, then decided to take matters into their hands. -- The result is hundreds of new state and local laws that attempt to take on responsibilities... AP Internal Use Only

American Border Patrol  
ABP challenges DHS fence claim   
Following the completion of an aerial survey of the border on January 18, American Border Patrol says it will challenge claims by the Department of Homeland Security that 284 miles of fence had been installed as of Dec. 7. "Our survey found less than 160 miles of border fence as of January 18," said Glenn Spencer of ABP. Spencer said ABP will be issuing a detailed report later this week. AP Internal Use Only

San Diego Union-Tribune   
Avoid Mexico!: Security is beefed up amid violence    
Tijuana, BC, Mex. -- As reports of violence in Baja California take a heavy economic toll on key tourist destinations, officials say they are working to increase security along well-traveled roads and in shopping districts frequented by U.S. visitors... AP Internal Use Only

KTAR -- Phoenix  
Open-borders zealot challenges Sheriff Joe Arpaio   
The heated race for Maricopa County Sheriff kicked off today with a speech attacking current sheriff Joe Arpaio. -- "Today will mark the beginning of the end of Mr. Arpaio and his infamous reign," said challenger Dan Saban. "Numbered are the days when entire populations are forced to live in fear simply because of the color of their skin."AP Internal Use Only

Seattle Times   
Guided Compassion Missile: Fear level rises among U.S. invaders   
Waukegan Ill. - She is a homeowner, a taxpayer, a friendly neighbor and a U.S. citizen. Yet because she is married to an illegal [alien.... criminal], these days she feels like a fugitive. -- Whenever her Mexican husband ventures out of the house, "it makes me sick to my stomach," said the woman... AP Internal Use Only

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