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Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Missing in Action?
DHS Claims Cannot be Confirmed

"We are bringing on board a fourth unmanned aerial system, and we have plans to bring two more on board." -- DHS Secretary Chertoff, March 22, 2008
American Patrol Report -- March 25
Where are the UAVs?
    Despite claims by the Department of Homeland Security that it has four unmanned aerial vehicles "on board," residents of southern Arizona have been unable to confirm their presence. "When they were flying the border in 2006 we saw them quite often," said Glenn Spencer, Arizona rancher. Spencer actually spotted one when he was flying ABPs Cessna 206.
    "On March 2, 2008, I spotted what I believed to be a Predator flying over my ranch outside Ft. Huachuca airspace, but that was the only sighting in the past 18 months," Spencer added.
    Spencer said the press had been negligent in failing to follow up on claims by DHS that four Predators are patrolling the border.


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10 illegal aliens arrested; 7 are alleged gang members   
Gainesville, Ga. -- The Gainesville-Hall County Gang Task Force recently arrested 10 illegal [aliens]. -- Task force officers were assisted by federal agents from ICE. -- "Of the 10 individuals that were arrested, seven were documented gang members and three had no known gang affiliation," Lt. Scott Ware said.AP Internal Use Only

Associated Press  
Illegal alien boosters sue over law targeting day laborers   
[Illegal alien 'rights'] groups filed a lawsuit in federal court in Phoenix Tuesday challenging the town of Queen Creek's new day labor law. -- The law bans people seeking work from loitering and cars from stopping on streets. -- The suit alleges it restricts the free speech rights of people trying to work as day laborers... AP Internal Use Only

Lodi (Calif.) News-Sentinel   
Illegal alien enters no plea in Lodi fatal beating   
After spending the Easter weekend in the Lodi city jail, the suspect accused of beating a Lodi man to death appeared barefoot in court Monday. -- Juan Antonio Velazquez did not enter a plea to a murder charge, which could send him to prison for life if he is convicted... AP Internal Use Only

Barnard R. Thompson -- Mexidata.info   
A primer on Mexico’s immigration and emigration laws   
During a recent international event in Mexico, a handful of lightweight questions were asked about illegal immigration and emigration, with the basic response to the latter by government officials boiling down to the often heard "Mexicans have the constitutional right to travel when and where they chose." AP Internal Use Only

U. S. Rep. Zack Space --  Chillicothe (Ohio) Gazette  
Past time for action on immigration crisis   
As many of you will remember, I traveled to the U.S.-Mexico border last year to inspect the state of our border security and what I found was shocking. -- I knew from reports the border offered little resistance to a determined illegal [alien], but only after I saw the border firsthand did I fully understand how bad things are...

Tom Deweese -- Canada Free Press -- Toronto  
Connecting the dots to tyranny   
Which do you choose? A way of life where you are the master of your destiny, or one where virtually all decisions are made for you by one ruling body or another? It’s the classic struggle facing every human on earth. Freedom or control... AP Internal Use Only

Times Reporter -- Dover - New Philadelphia, Ohio   
Bill rises from ashes of tragedy   
Last June, Juan Us Ralios, [ an illegal alien], was charged with vehicular homicide after being involved in a crash on Rt. 250 west of Strasburg in which John R. Barr of Dover was killed. -- Originally, Us Ralios, a Guatemalan native, was charged with involuntary manslaughter, a third-degree felony...AP Internal Use Only

Atlanta Journal-Constitution   
Illegal Mexican alien charged in daughter's statutory rape   
Police have arrested a mother on charges she harbored a man who impregnated her 14-year-old daughter. -- Authorities say the woman allowed Lucio Gomez-Gonzalez to stay at her home for two weeks and permitted him to have sex with her daughter. Gomez-Gonzalez's age is unknown. [More of Bush's pet fiendsAP Internal Use Only

Coming Up
April 5

Cave Creek, Arizona -- 9 AM Pacific | Other Events
Rally to Support Sheriff Joe Arpaio

Associated Press  
Illegal alien boosters sue over law targeting day laborers   
[Illegal alien 'rights'] groups filed a lawsuit in federal court in Phoenix Tuesday challenging the town of Queen Creek's new day labor law. -- The law bans people seeking work from loitering and cars from stopping on streets. -- The suit alleges it restricts the free speech rights of people trying to work as day laborers... AP Internal Use Only

Washington Post   
ICE arrests 34 suspected illegals at construction firm   
Federal immigration authorities converged on a Prince William County construction company just before sunrise yesterday, arresting 34 Latin American nationals for being in the country illegally. --Workplace raids are rare in the Washington area, and the roundup at CMC Concrete Construction in the Manassas area... AP Internal Use Only

McKinney (Texas) Courier-Gazette   
Illegal alien who left kids in car turned over to immigration authorities   
A woman who pled guilty to leaving her two children in a car that ran out of gas on a highway has been turned over to federal immigration authorities. -- The Collin County Detention Center turned Margarita Huerta, 32, of Sherman over to ICE after she completed her jail sentence, according to jail records. AP Internal Use Only

Lodi (Calif.) News-Sentinel   
Illegal alien enters no plea in Lodi fatal beating   
After spending the Easter weekend in the Lodi city jail, the suspect accused of beating a Lodi man to death appeared barefoot in court Monday. -- Juan Antonio Velazquez did not enter a plea to a murder charge, which could send him to prison for life if he is convicted... AP Internal Use Only

Fox News  
Supreme Court sides with Texas in dispute with Bush  
President Bush overstepped his authority when he ordered a Texas court to reopen the case of a Mexican on death row for rape and murder, the Supreme Court said Tuesday. -- In a case that mixes presidential power, international relations and the death penalty, the court sided with Texas and rebuked Bush by a 6-3 vote. AP Internal Use Only

Pat Buchanan -- WorldNetDaily.com   
The 'isms' that bedevil Bush   
...In smearing as nativists, protectionists and isolationists those who wish to stop the invasion, halt the export of factories and jobs to Asia, and stop the unnecessary wars, Bush is attacking the last true conservatives in his party. -- Which is understandable. For after the judges and tax cuts, what is there about Bush that is conservative? AP Internal Use Only

KUAM-TV -- Dedeo, Guam   
8 suspected illegal aliens from rogue vessel in custody   
A wooden ship still remains stranded on the reef between the waters off Urunao and Tanguisson. Local and federal officials spent the day combing through the jungle for suspected illegal aliens, and so far at least eight people thought to have jumped ship have been apprehended... AP Internal Use Only

Sierra Vista (Arizona) Herald / Review   
Help clean up trash left in the Huachuca Mountains   
Bisbee, Az. -- A local man is organizing an effort to clean up trash left behind by illegal immigrants in the Huachuca Mountains on April 5. -- The cleanup will focus on Bear Saddle and areas west along the Crest Trail. This section of Crest Trail is part of the Arizona Trail that extends from the Mexico border to the Utah border. AP Internal Use Only

San Francisco Examiner   
Students rally for in-state tuition for illegal aliens   
A crowd of mostly immigrant high school and college students rallied at the University of Maryland campus Monday in support of legislation that would provide in-state tuition to illegal [aliens] who graduate from a Maryland high school... [Related item with bulletin board for comments]AP Internal Use Only

Mohave Daily News -- Bullhead City, Arizona   
Protest vs. Rep. McLain reset today   
Postponed last week in Bullhead City, a Mohave County advocacy group will hold another protest today at the county administration building in Kingman. -- The Mohave County Minutemen is expected to hold a protest against District 3 State Rep. Nancy McLain for voting against a statement to Congress. AP Internal Use Only

College Republicans -- Southern Utah University News   
Bigger view needed on illegal immigration   
We have been following the series of articles that gives different perspectives of illegal immigration in respect to southern Utah. The articles are very informative and they give the readers an opportunity to see this issue of illegal immigration on a personal level... AP Internal Use Only

MooreIsBetter.com
Dump the Mexican Reconquista L. A. mayor
Los Angeles can and should be the envy of the world. Instead, our city is a mess, and it gets worse each month. We can't afford four more years of a mayor who spends all his time running for the next office, staging photo-ops and going on out- of- town trips. We need a competent, full-time working mayor... AP Internal Use Only

Port Huron (Michigan) Times Herald   
Chinese illegals picked up by border patrol   
Three teenage Chinese nationals are being housed in the St. Clair and Washtenaw county jails after being arrested in Clay Township shortly after officials said they illegally crossed the border. -- The teens -- ages 16, 17 and 18 -- were picked up by border patrol about 11 p.m. Saturday while walking along M-29... AP Internal Use Only

American Border Patrol    
Photo of the day
American Border Patrol photo shows new DHS fence along border just south of unfinished Simcox fence. Railroad rail (cannibalized from historic railroad) vehicle barrier can be seen between two fences.

Lynn Stuter -- News with Views   
SPLC showing its true colors   
A recent article appeared in the Sierra Vista Herald newspaper of Sierra Vista, Arizona in which Glenn Spencer of American Border Patrol became the target of the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). According to the SPLC, the American Border Patrol is a “hate group.” AP Internal Use Only

Central Florida TV News   
Deputy attacked by illegals and pals "lucky to be alive"   
Sorrento, Fla. -- A Lake County sheriff's deputy told News 13 he was lucky to be alive after a group of men attacked him on the job. -- Deputy Cliff McMennamy said he never imagined he would be fighting for his own survival Sunday night... AP Internal Use Only

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