PBS Border Corruption Report
Frontline Skips Real Issues
|American Patrol Report Commentary -- May 28
Michael Gilliland, Corrupt CBP agent featured by Frontline
The Frontline (PBS) special on border corruption featured l guero "the white guy" or "the blond" as their example of corruption in Customs and Border Protection. Yet the accompanying NY Times story opened with a report about Raul Villarreal, a corrupt Border Patrol agent. Under the heading "some recent cases," the Times story included only the following names: Jose Olivas Jr, Jose Ramiro Arredondo, Miguel Angel Avina, Juan Luis Sanchez, Jose Magana, and Luis Francisco Alarid. Yet Frontline avoided the possible issue of Hispanic corruption and loyalty.
Frontline also worked hard to suggest that building a fence is a waste of time. They edited the interview with Rep. Duncan Hunter, cutting out the part when he gave the statistics on how well the San Diego Border Fence works.
The Frontline Web site contained much detailed back-up information about details of their report, but nowhere did they tell the American People how much fence had been built. They knew about American Border Patrol's aerial survey, but, like the rest of the "drive-by media," they refused to report on it. -- Click Here to Read More...
|Fairfax (Virginia) Times
Impact of Prince William policy unclear
While a crackdown on illegal immigration in Prince William County has been seemingly effective there, some say surrounding jurisdictions may be taking the impact. -- "We have anecdotal information that illegal aliens are leaving Prince William County primarily for Fairfax, Montgomery and Arlington counties..."
More illegal aliens are being charged criminally in Austin
His mother had suffered a stroke, and his family needed money. So even though he had been deported once from the United States last year, Edgar Rodriguez-Sarmiento left his home in a rural Honduran village, paid a smuggler $2,000 to get him across the border and sought work while living in an Austin apartment...
|Brenda Walker -- VDare.com
Paradise Lost: Crowdifornia 2008
Not so long agobefore the Immigration Profligacy Act of 1965 took hold, and before Washington decided to stop enforcing the law against illegal aliensCalifornia was Eden, even for average folks. -- The late demographer Meredith Burke wrote in The Union Sells Out The Little Manand the Nation...
|Fort Worth Star-Telegram sc
Judge strikes down Farmers Branch immigration policy
A federal judge found Wednesday that a Dallas suburb's rule prohibiting apartment rentals to illegal [aliens] was unconstitutional and could not be enforced. -- In his decision, U.S. District Judge Sam A. Lindsay concluded Farmers Branch didn't defer to the federal government in immigration matters.
|Dallas Morning News
Hispanic residents testify against Farmers Branch election system
Testimony continued Wednesday in a Dallas federal court in a lawsuit in which three Hispanic residents are trying to force Farmers Branch to elect City Council members by district rather than citywide. -- The three contend that the current, at-large system dilutes the voting strength of Latinos...
|KRGV-TV -- Weslaco, Texas
African illegals captured by Border Patrol
Hidalgo, Texas -- Border patrol agents found a group of illegals walking along the road in Hidalgo over the weekend. -- 13 were from Eritrea and 5 were from Ethiopia. A source tells NEWSCHANNEL 5, Eritrea is a country of special interest. It has been flagged for possible terrorist activity...
|The New American
Bush scheme rewards corruption, shorts border protection
In March 2007, President Bush joined Mexico’s President Calderon in Merida, Mexico, for a three-day visit aimed at advancing the economic and political convergence agenda of the North American Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP). In October, President Bush announced his “Merida Initiative,” a scheme to give $1.4 billion in aid to Mexico’s police and military over three years...
|The Dustin Inman Society -- Marietta, Georgia
Pictures of signing of Georgia bills SB 350 and SB 421
After months of work, and in the case Senate Bill 350, more than a year of work, Governor Sonny Perdue signed two very important bills into Georgia law. I was proud to have been invited by the sponsors of Senate Bills 350 and 421 to attend the signing ceremonies for both bills in the Georgia Governor's office on May 22, 2008...
|Register-Pajaronian -- Watsonville, Calif.
Immigration raids provoke frustration
... "If I were in a position where I could do something, I would do whatever it took to stop these raids,” said Ramiro Medrano, a member of the Brown Berets. "Each and every single one of you sitting in that chair right now is in that position."
|We Get E-Mail
Congressman Tancredo stands up
...We complain bitterly about the corruption and complacency in our government officials and rightfully so. And yet, when a sitting United States Congressman sends out an appeal to the Citizens of the United States of America, in a straightforward way, with such conviction, clarity, depth, and purpose, it is all but ignored... [Related item]
|Los Angeles Daily News sc
4 injured in race brawl at detention camp
Three unidentified juveniles locked up in a Malibu probation camp and an officer were injured during a racially motivated brawl involving several African-American and Latino camp members, officials said Tuesday. -- All the injuries were minor and no names were released....
|Providence (Rhode Island) Journal
Two men face deportation, other charges after chase
Pawtucket -- State troopers who noticed a car weaving on Route 95 on Monday wound up chasing the vehicle and arresting its two Guatemalan occupants, one of whom was under a deportation order and the other an illegal immigrant. -- The troopers said they spotted the car’s erratic behavior as it approached them...
Illegal alien accused of molesting 3-year-old girl
Bradenton, Fla. -- A 25-year-old illegal alien was arrested Tuesday on a charge that he sexually molested a 3-year-old girl, the Manatee County Sheriff's Office said. -- The victim was taken to Manatee Memorial Hospital on Saturday complaining of pain, according to sheriff's reports... [More of Bush's pet fiends]
|National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers
Latest news from south of the border
The State of Michoacan's Dep't. of Migrants will offer cooperation and support to the Illinois Federation of Michoacan Clubs ("Fedecmi") to bring about the 2008 "Michoacan Presence in the Mid West" promotion program. -- Saira Mandujano Fernandez, Bi-national Links Coordinator, said that the program which aims to propagate the cultural...
|KERA -- Dallas
Farmers Branch at-large elections challenged in court
The debate in Farmers Branch over illegal immigration is the backdrop for the Voting Rights lawsuit being heard in a federal courtroom in downtown Dallas. Hispanics bringing the suit say they are more than 40% of the Farmers Branch population, but are denied a voice on the City Council because of...
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Mexican Barnyard: Los Angeles' future?
Last week, on May 25, 2008, the far left LA Times published an article about "immigrants" turning South LA backyards into barnyards. KABC talk show host Doug McIntyre had a lot to say about this...
|InfoWars.net -- Austin, Texas
"North American Parliament" meets at integration forum
A simulation of a North American Parliament, designed to "develop the participants' sense of belonging to North America" and "promote the creation of North American academia networks" is currently taking place in Montreal...
|Honolulu Star-Bulletin Editorial
Homeland Security agency stumbles in every direction
Creation of the Department of Homeland Security was a necessary step by Congress to defend against terrorism following the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. However, recent reports about ineptness and corruption signal a need for closer congressional oversight of the huge bureaucracy, which appears to be in disarray.
|Sierra Vista (Arizona) Herald / Review -- American Border Patrol
In memory of Henry Joseph Dillon, Jr.
Hank Dillon was one of the first people to volunteer to help American Border Patrol six years ago. He was always there when we needed him, no matter where or when. His calm demeanor and matter-of-fact attitude cloaked his incredible patriotism and love of country. Although this is usually a platitude, in this case, Hank will truly be missed.
|GALEO (Ethnic Hustlers) -- Atlanta
U. S. Rep. Paul Broun wants the invasion stopped
..."Positive change means stopping the invasion of our country by illegal aliens. For two decades Washington officials of all stripes have failed to enforce the law and secure our borders. The result is that we have somewhere between 10 to 15 illegal aliens living in the United States..."
U. S. border agents work for Mexican smugglers
Corruption among federal officers guarding the U.S.-Mexico border is so rampant that the government created an internal web site devoted to recently convicted border agents and lie detector tests will be administered to ensure future applicants don’t already work for smuggling organizations.
Five federal police killed in Mexico
Five federal police and a suspected hit man were killed in a shootout Tuesday as authorities surrounded a house in Culiacan, home to the Sinaloa drug cartel. -- Four other federal police were hospitalized with wounds, and police took several suspected cartel members into custody, according to a federal police official...