Dangerous illegal criminals are crossing our border daily!

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    Illegal Alien with Serious Criminal History Sentenced to 30 Months

    September 12, 2011

    Tucson, Ariz. – Last week, an illegal immigrant with a serious criminal history was convicted and sentenced to 30 months in federal prison.

    On Aug. 31, Edson Ernesto Lopez-Hernandez, a 25 year-old male from Morelos, Mexico, was sentenced to 30 months in prison and three years supervised release for attempting to re-enter the United States illegally.

    The U.S. Attorney’s Office prosecuted Lopez-Hernandez after he was apprehended on March 8, near Ajo, Ariz. During processing at the Tucson Station, the Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS) revealed that Lopez-Hernandez was convicted on Aug. 17, 2009, for assault with a deadly weapon or force likely to produce great bodily injury, and served three years in prison. Record checks also revealed Lopez-Hernandez was formally removed on Jan. 11, 2011, through San Ysidro, Calif.

    Following initial processing, the Tucson Sector Border Patrol submitted the case to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for re-entry of an aggravated felon. Following his incarceration for 30 months, Lopez-Hernandez will be formally removed from the country.

    All illegal immigrants apprehended by the Border Patrol undergo criminal history checks using IAFIS. This vital tool accesses criminal records throughout the United States, thereby assisting agents in quickly identifying violent criminals and wanted persons.

    In January 2011, the Tucson Sector Border Patrol implemented the Consequence Delivery System (CDS) as an integral component of its enforcement strategy. Under CDS, Lopez-Hernandez is classified as recidivist with a criminal record. Lopez-Hernandez is now banned for life from all legalization processes without a waiver from the U.S. Attorney General. CDS centers on delivering a targeted consequence to illegal immigrants and simultaneously seeks to disrupt the smuggling cycle and reduce recidivism rates by ensuring consequences are upheld to the full extent of the law.

    Since launching the Southwest Border Initiative in March 2009, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has made significant investments toward establishing a secure and safe border environment to improve the quality of life throughout Arizona’s communities.

    Customs and Border Protection welcomes assistance from the community. Report suspicious activity by calling the Border Patrol toll free at (1-877) 872-7435. All calls will be answered and remain anonymous.
     
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    Tucson Sector Border Patrol Seizes Marijuana, Apprehends Convicted Felon

    September 15, 2011

    Tucson, AZ– In separate incidents yesterday, Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents seized 12 bundles of marijuana valued at approximately $305,000, and apprehended an illegal alien previously convicted of homicide.

    Casa Grande Station agents were tracking footprints of a possible group of illegal aliens in the West Desert when they encountered the marijuana, weighing approximately 610 pounds. The marijuana was taken to the Casa Grande Station for processing.

    In a second incident, Ajo Station agents apprehended a 28-year-old Honduran man after he illegally entered the United States. Record checks revealed a 2003 conviction in Orlando, Fla., for providing false information to a peace officer and for negligent homicide. He served five years in prison for those crimes. He is now being criminally prosecuted for re-entry of an aggravated felon.

    Since launching the Southwest Border Initiative in March 2009, the Department of Homeland Security has made significant investments toward establishing a secure, safe border environment to improve the quality of life throughout Arizona communities.
    The Border Patrol welcomes assistance from the community. Please report suspicious activity by calling their toll-free number at 1-877-872-7435. All calls will be answered and remain anonymous.
     
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    Arizona shooting: Shots fired at DPS officers in Pinal County

    Friday, Sept. 16, 2011, 6:00 a.m.

    Shots were fired at the Department of Public Safety on Friday. DPS officers were working with the Border Patrol on the usual drug and human smuggling ventures of the droves of illegal aliens that cross our borders daily.

    The shooter ambushed the officers and the officers fired back. The local news said the shooter took off and left his marijuana bale and AK-47. Officers did manage to find a person of interest out in the desert a handgun was also found. The incident happened on Interstate 8 near Stanfield. At first the T.V. news said the shooter was firing at people at a rest stop.

    The I-8 interstate is a highway that leads to San Diego, Ca. Real nice for travelers of all ages. The real old wild west welcome to Arizona, tourism at it's best!
     
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    The Border Patrol and CBP confiscate drugs at the border from individuals. The Drug Cartels looks at it, like it is that individuals fault for losing the drugs. Many times they will kill a member of that individual’s family for punishment or kill the entire family. That's one reason why there are so many murders in Mexico.

    The pro-illegal alien supporters try to turn that around and say, “It’s Americas fault for most of the murders in Mexico. They say it’s because of America’s insatiable appetite for drugs and that is the problem and not the illegal aliens crossing illegally. Make sense to you, no, me either.

    What do we do, let the illegal aliens carrying their drugs over the border go free with their drugs so the Drug Cartels don’t carve up their granny, prostitutes their sister or torture their daddy? They know the consequences because their told up front by the drug cartels and by the crime rate of 40,000 people murdered in 5 years in Mexico by the Drug Cartels. It’s all about decision making and greed.

    The illegal aliens come to America out of greed and to scarf up on the welfare freebie. The pro-illegal supporters are lying to you. They’re pulling the wool over the sheep’s eyes! Wake up Stupid America before you don't have a country to wake up too!

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    CBP Officers at El Paso Port of Entry Stop 16-year-old Drug Smuggler

    Thursday, September 15, 2011

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    CBP officers working at the Ysleta international crossing at the El Paso port of entry discovered 4 marijuana-filled bundles taped to the legs of a 16-year-old male pedestrian September 14, 2011.[​IMG][​IMG]

    El Paso, TX – U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers working at the El Paso port of entry seized 2.6 pounds of marijuana Wednesday night. The drugs were taped to the legs of a 16-year-old Clint boy.

    The seizure was made just before 9 p.m. when the juvenile entered the U.S. as a pedestrian at the Ysleta international crossing. A CBP officer at the primary inspection point selected the youth for a secondary examination because of concerns about his citizenship declaration. During the secondary interview and inspection several bundles were detected beneath his pants. A closer exam revealed four marijuana-filled bundles taped to the thighs of the boy. The 16-year-old was turned over to the El Paso Police Sheriff’s Office for prosecution.

    “Young teens who become involved in drug smuggling may not fully comprehend or understand that the consequences of their actions can have an immediate and long lasting negative impact their lives,” said Hector Mancha, CBP El Paso port director. “CBP officers remain vigilant and experience has shown that at any moment we may encounter smugglers of any age, sex, race or ethnic group.”

    In addition to the previously mentioned seizure, CBP officers working at El Paso area ports of entry Wednesday also seized 109 pounds of marijuana in two additional busts. They also identified 17 immigration violations, apprehended two fugitives, identified two export violations, and seized prohibited agricultural items yesterday.
     
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    No one gives a shit least of all our government. get over it.
     
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    We citizens must start acting on our own and demand the federal government uphold the federal immigration laws and deport illegal aliens ASAP! Those who think otherwise, GET OVER IT!!!!!

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    Come to Mexico on vacation and leave in a casket!

    Mexico is a vacation spot for Americans and is still popular even as the drug cartels are murdering everyone in their path. To my understanding most of the members of the drug cartels are higher than a kite on drugs most of the time. They are a victim of their own poison. They fight each other for the drug corridors into America. They make Al Capone look like a school girl.

    In Monterrey there were at least 21 people murdered while at a bar. They were shot with assault rifles. They shot workers and visitors alike.

    In Chalco a suburb of Mexico City there were 11 people found with their faces covered with brown tape and shot to death.

    In Torreon, Mexico 10 people, women included were found in the trunk of a vehicle. Authorities said there were messages found with the headless bodies saying "Send more of these. We are here and aren't going anywhere." The heads of the victims were found hanging from bridges and traffic stop lights. I guess for all to enjoy, lovely.

    "During the last four years, drug-related violence has claimed at least 42,000 lives in Mexico." It has created plenty of jobs for forensic workers as they are busy loading their trucks with bodies and body parts. The hospitals are busy with the wounded and maimed.

    Even the American funded Black Hawk helicopters and armored vehicles are no match for the Drug Cartels ruthless violence. Although around 11 bad guys were killed in the two day massacre.

    “In a message on his Twitter account, President Felipe Calderón said he "energetically condemned" the attacks in Chalco and Monterrey.”

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    At Least 40 Killed in Mexico in 24 Hours
    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702303544604576436640578916306.html
     
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    Most of the time the vehicles they find abandon are stolen from America.

    Border Patrol Seizes More than Ton of Marijuana; Apprehends Man Charged with Murder

    Thursday, September 22, 2011

    Tucson, Ariz. – Border Patrol agents from the Tucson Sector, in support of the Joint Field Command-Arizona, seized more than 2,600 pounds of marijuana and apprehended a man charged with first degree murder.

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    Border Patrol agents in Casa Grande, Ariz. followed tire tracks to find this vehicle hidden under a tarp, loaded with more than $800,000 worth of marijuana.[​IMG][​IMG]

    Agents working west of the Lukeville Port observed a suspicious vehicle driving off road this morning. When agents approached the vehicle, a 2000 Chevrolet SUV, they found it abandoned with 49 bundles of marijuana inside weighing 1,060 pounds. The marijuana, worth an estimated $530,000, and vehicle will be turned over to the Drug Enforcement Administration.

    Casa Grande Station agents responding to detection technology yesterday discovered and followed vehicle tracks off the highway leading to a 2002 Chevrolet SUV hidden under a camouflage tarp. Record checks revealed the vehicle was not registered in the United States. Agents recovered 111 bundles of marijuana from the abandoned SUV weighing more than 1,600 pounds and valued at $802,500. The narcotics will be turned over to the DEA.

    Last night, Douglas Station agents arrested a 25-year-old male from Mexico for illegally entering the United States. Record checks through the Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System revealed the subject had been previously charged with first degree murder and crimes against a child in 2007 in Oklahoma. The subject was previously removed and will now face federal criminal prosecution for illegal re-entry.

    The likelihood of being detected by Border Patrol agents and the consequences of doing so are higher than ever before in Arizona. As a result, smugglers often choose to abandon their loads rather than risk apprehension.
    CBP announced the Joint Field Command-Arizona in February 2011 as an organizational realignment that brings together Border Patrol, Air and Marine, and Field Operations in Arizona under a unified command structure. The JFC-AZ integrates CBP’s border security, commercial enforcement, and trade facilitation missions to more effectively meet the unique challenges faced in Arizona.
     
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    Criminal Aliens Apprehended By Border Patrol Convicted, Imprisoned Pending Deportation

    Friday, September 23, 2011

    Tucson, AZ –Two Mexican nationals apprehended by Tucson, Ariz. Border Patrol agents for attempting to illegally re-enter the United States were sentenced to prison on Sept. 16.

    Jorge Arriega-Hernandez, a 39-year-old male from Zitácuaro, Michoacán, México, was sentenced to 30 months in prison for re-entry of an aggravated felon.

    The U.S. Attorney’s Office prosecuted Jorge Arriega-Hernandez after he was apprehended April 5. During processing at the Ajo Station, the Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System revealed he was convicted in Fresno County, Calif., in 2005 for possession with intent to manufacture methamphetamine and was sentenced to 151 days in prison. Record checks also indicated he was previously deported from the U.S. after serving his sentence.

    Following initial processing, the Tucson Sector’s Prosecution Unit submitted the case to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Following his incarceration in federal prison, Arriega-Hernandez will be formally removed from the country.

    José Eleazar Amaya-García, a 43-year-old male from San Juan Tumbio, Michoacán, México, was sentenced to 64 months in prison for re-entry of an aggravated felon.

    The U.S. Attorney’s Office prosecuted Amaya-García after he was apprehended March 18. During processing at the Tucson Station, IAFIS revealed Amaya-García was convicted in Orange County, Calif., in 1999 for making terrorist threats toward an individual.

    Record checks also indicated Amaya-García was previously deported from the U.S. through San Ysidro, Calif., after serving a two-year sentence. Following initial processing, the case was submitted to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for re-entry of an aggravated felon. Following his incarceration in federal prison, Amaya-García will be formally removed from the country.
    All individuals apprehended by the Border Patrol undergo criminal history checks using IAFIS. This vital tool accesses criminal records throughout the United States, thereby assisting agents in quickly identifying violent criminals and wanted persons.
     
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    It's not only our government who does not give a s*** but it seems most americans don't either - not until they can't recognize this country anymore and then it will be to late. All it has to do is secure the borders and stop trying to appease EVERY race that enters the country.
     

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