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Sunday, January 27, 2008

Border Truth En Route to D. C.
ABP To Hand Deliver Report

ABP's report is in a two-volume DVD set, data and video. The data DVD includes more than three hundred border photos linked to Google Earth.
American Border Patrol -- January 27
Spencer Flies to D.C.
    Following the completion of its year-end report on the status of the border fence, Glenn Spencer of American Border Patrol will be travelling to Washington, D.C., this week to deliver his report to members of Congress and the Washington media.
    Spencer piloted the Cessna TU-206 when ABP completed the aerial survey of the border on January 18, 2008. The survey covers the border from Fabens, Texas to San Diego, California.
    "Our report presents the actual status of the border fence in a bullet-proof manner," said Glenn Spencer of ABP.
(Contact: E-mail: Melissa Jaramillo of ABP -- Phone: (800) 600-8642)


 

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Birmingham, (Alabama) News   sc    
Cities' unlicensed driver laws criticized as ploy to intimidate invaders   
Police in at least six north Alabama cities have impounded hundreds of cars driven by unlicensed motorists in recent months under new city laws. --- Critics contend such laws are aimed at intimidating illegal immigrants, who aren't allowed to get driver's licenses...    AP Internal Use Only

Capital Times -- Madison, Wisconsin    
Kid Spanish, PRONTO!   
Mandy Madderom's first-graders are singing "Happy Birthday" to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. -- In Spanish. -- "Los Cumplea os felices, MLK ..." -- Later, Madderom reads a Spanish-language book about the civil rights movement, pausing periodically with English explanation...AP Internal Use Only

Washington Times  
FBI probes border agent's death   
FBI agents from the San Diego field office are leading the investigation into the death of a U.S. Border Patrol agent run down by suspected drug smugglers about a mile north of the Mexican border in California. -- Jesus Navarro Montes was named last week as the driver of a Hummer... AP Internal Use Only

El Paso Times   
U. S. soldiers banned from visiting crime-bloated Juarez   
Travel to Juárez has been declared off-limits for U.S. military personnel, Fort Bliss officials announced Saturday in the wake of a rash of drug-related violence that is now taking a toll on both sides of the border. -- A Fort Bliss official said Saturday that an unacceptable risk to the health, safety, welfare and morale... AP Internal Use Only

PoliPundit    Video Included  
RINO McCain obviously hasn't learned his lesson  
Less then a week after saying he has heard the American people regarding illegal immigration and their opposition to the McCain-Kennedy pro-amnesty bill, John McCain would still SIGN THE BILL into law if he was President and it came across his desk... AP Internal Use Only

Green Valley (Arizona) News and Sun   
Deputies find car full of invaders   
A carload of illegal [aliens.... criminals] was apprehended by Pima County Sheriff's officers Wednesday on Phelps Dodge Mining property just west of Green Valley. -- At about 5 p.m., near the intersection of Mission Road and Duval Mine Road, several Hispanic males fled from their blue Volkswagen Passat... AP Internal Use Only

Dimitrij Krynsky -- Journal Star -- Lincoln, Nebraska  
Society must stop giving benefits to illegal aliens   
Several bills to target illegal immigration were introduced in the Nebraska Legislature this session. One bill would bar benefits for people who are here illegally; another would prohibit tax breaks for employers who hire illegal immigrants. -- Some people believe we should have compassion and give... AP Internal Use Only

Boston Globe  
RINO McCain said to be 'tempered and tamed'   
Senator Thad Cochran of Mississippi, who has known Senator John McCain for more than three decades, on Wednesday endorsed Mitt Romney for president. -- Cochran said his choice was prompted partly by his fear of how McCain might behave in the Oval Office. -- "The thought of his being president sends a cold chill down my spine," Cochran said about McCain by phone. "He is erratic. He is hotheaded..." AP Internal Use Only

Indianapolis Star  
Racial profiling or taking the lead on the invasion?   
Opponents of a tough new illegal-immigration bill say Indiana will be treading on constitutionally dangerous ground if it becomes law. -- The bill, they say, would promote racial profiling and infringe upon the constitutional rights of U.S.-born children whose illegal-[alien.... criminal] parents lose their jobs. AP Internal Use Only

Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson   
Sanctions law blamed as apartments empty   
...A lot of apartments are empty, too — a likely indicator of the growing impact of Arizona's new employer-sanctions law. The departure of foreign workers to other states and to Mexico has combined with the declining housing market to increase vacancies, apartment management executives said. -- AP Internal Use Only

WCAV-TV -- Charlottesville, Virginia   
Open-borders zealots toss tantrum at BP recruitment event  
United States Border Patrol agents were in Charlottesville Saturday. -- Their mission was to recruit new officers to guard our country's borders. -- But, their visit wasn't welcomed by many within Charlotteville's border. -- Charlottesville Police were called out to the Omni Hotel Saturday afternoon, for reports of disorderly conduct by protesters. AP Internal Use Only

KVOA-TV -- Tucson  Video Report 
Mexican Reconquista fanatics protest Arpaio's visit to Tucson   
Mexican government agent and rabid Mexican Reconquista Isabel Garcia (Coalicion Derechos Humanos) and fellow open-borders kooks protested Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio during his visit to Tucson last Friday. Arpaio was invited to speak by a Republican group. Thanks to 'Lone Wolf' for the video clip.AP Internal Use Only

KWTX-TV -- Waco, Texas  
Immigration agents set up shop in central Texas jail   
Immigration agents will set up an office at the Travis County Jail to monitor the status of people booked into the facility. -- U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has stationed officers at some detention facilities, including the Dallas County Jail... AP Internal Use Only

Los Angeles Daily News   
Three years later, Metrolink crash victims families still grieve   
Three years ago today, Steven Toby settled down for a quick nap and woke up in a nightmare. -- The Shadow Hills man was headed south on Metrolink 100, catching a little shut-eye on his way to his job at L. A City Hall. The clock read 6:02 a.m. A tremendous collision jarred him awake... [Info on suspect Juan Manuel Alvarez]AP Internal Use Only

Houston Chronicle  
Kidnapping scams, common in Mexico, find way to Houston   
...Kidnapping scams, such as people staging their own abductions, are common in Mexico, the birthplace of both Ramirez and Puente. But authorities said they now appear to be popping up in Houston, with three in the past few months. -- Ramirez... kept a recording of one of the calls. He was tricked out of at least $10,000.

Associated Press   
Church were Arellano hid out to host another arrogant Mexican  
Leaders of a Chicago church where an illegal immigrant took sanctuary for one year say another [illegal alien.... criminal] plans to defy a deportation order to Mexico tomorrow (Monday) and live at the church. -- ...Flor Crisostomo is slated to report to immigration officials tomorrow... [Related item]AP Internal Use Only

Kevin McCullough -- Townhall.com   
McCain Advisor: "Think Mexico first"   
...Anyone who has seen the dual-citizened [Juan] Hernandez in media interviews knows that his rhetoric is offered with forked tongue smoothness. As a former advisor to Mexico's former president Vicente Fox, his credentials for having less than 100% loyalty to America's interests is easy to point out... [Video: Numerous video clips featuring lying McCain bootlicker and US traitor Hernandez]AP Internal Use Only

Dateline D.C. -- Pittsburgh Tribune-Review   
Pssst! Ask about Bob Pastor   
...Until Nov. 4, each candidate should be bombarded with questions about the North American Union, a name for the much-talked-about combined maxi-state created by the once-independent countries of Canada, Mexico and our United States. -- This union was conceived in Waco, Texas, in March 2005 by President George W. Bush, then-President Vicente Fox of Mexico and then-Prime Minister Paul Martin of Canada. AP Internal Use Only

D. S. Hube -- Newsbusters.org  
AP: Tough immigration laws to blame for infant death   
You're in a country illegally, and your infant child is very ill. Waddya do? Well, being the person that I am, I'd do anything to ensure the well-being and life of my child. Possibly being deported would be a distant concern when compared to my child. Guess I'm just weird like that... AP Internal Use Only

Des Moines Register   
Invaders, employers brace for plan's effects   
Some of the regular customers at Ignacio Ramirez's Mexican grocery store have already left Iowa, while others told him this month that they are preparing to move to another state. -- The exodus, to which he attributes a 20 percent to 30 percent drop in sales, is out of fear brought about by a legislative proposal... AP Internal Use Only

Agence France-Presse   
'Hispanic panic' as Arizona immigration crackdown bites   
..."There's a lot of fear and some people are leaving," said Salvador Reza, an [illegal alien.... criminal]-rights activist who runs a day labor center in Phoenix. -- "The fear is not only at the worker level, it's at the employer level. I've never seen that before in my life." -- Workers are going back to Mexico or to other states...    AP Internal Use Only

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