Thursday, October 24, 2002
Sniper Is An Illegal
Incompetent INS had Malvo in custody, let him go
John Malvo, left, is illegally
in the United States.
Patrol Exclusive - Posted 9:04 AM Pacific
Suspect was in custody on
John Lee Malvo, the Jamaican national
arrested early this morning near Frederick, MD in connection
with the beltway sniper case, was in INS custody in Seattle on
January 24, 2002. He was released on his own recognizance (no
bond) and ordered to return for a hearing at 2:30 PM on November
20, 2002. He had been arrested on December 20, 2001, and was
held for 30 days on immigration charges. He is also wanted in
Alabama in connection with a robbery and murder. Tell
the President how you feel about this.
record of visa being issued to Malvo
A State Department official said Thursday
the department has no record of having issued an immigrant or
a non-immigrant U.S. visa to a John Malvo from Jamaica.
get Aztlan-cheerleader Isabel Garcia fired
|Update at 2:05 PM -- INS headquarters
is now telling all of their field offices not to comment on the
immigration aspects of this story.
Patrol puts defiant illegal alien abettors on notice
The U.S. Border Patrol issued new guidelines
warning that illegal immigrants should not be transported for
medical assistance even if they are in distress. -- The guidelines
could mean that humanitarian groups who provide such help would
be subject to arrest. -- The guidelines state "transportation
to local authorities or medical treatment should not be undertaken,"
even if an immigrant is in medical distress, the Tucson Citizen
reported Thursday. Driving the immigrants to a hospital or another
location can be viewed as "illegal and can result in prosecution."
-- Tucson-based Samaritan
Patrol this summer openly transported immigrants to hospitals
and to Tucson's Southside Presbyterian Church.
let Lee Malvo loose?
The mainstream media informed us this
week that Lee Malvo, the reportedly "17-year-old" youth
charged as a material witness in the sniper investigation along
with John Mohammed, is a "Jamaican national." As of
this writing (Oct. 24), the Immigration and Naturalization Service
refused to comment publicly on the exact nature of Malvo's immigration
status. -- Here are the facts the INS doesn't want you to know:
Lee Malvo is an illegal alien from Jamaica who jumped ship in
Miami in June 2001. [American
Patrol broke this story this morning. Michelle explains the details.]
Exposes Elite-Public Clash On Immigration
In the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist
atrocities by 19 legal immigrants to this country, childishly
naive observers such as I actually believed that at last the
American ruling class would get the message-that it's not a terribly
good idea to let millions of immigrants traipse into your country
without at least knowing who they are, why they're here, where
they're going to be, and what they plan to do. -- Alas, a large
bucket of cold reality has been splashed into my face, and I
now know better.
Incompetents Let Sniper Suspect Walk Free
The widely reviled Immigration and Naturalization
Service is under attack once again, this time for bungling the
case of sniper suspect John Lee Malvo, 17, a citizen of Jamaica.
-- The INS let Malvo wander alone in America for 10 months, Fox
News Channel's Bill O'Reilly reported tonight. -- Malvo is also
a suspect in the Sept. 21 murder of a liquor store clerk in Montgomery,
Ala. His fingerprint was found on a weapons magazine in a parking
lot outside the store, Mayor Bobby Bright told the Associated
|KVIA-TV - El Paso
meth bust in Alamogordo
U.S. Border Patrol agents discovered
more than twenty-seven pounds of methamphetamine powder inside
a trap door hidden in a late model Ford pickup driven by a U.S.
citizen. The seizure was made around 8:00 am at the Border Patrol
Traffic Checkpoint just outside Alamogordo, N.M. on Highway 54.
-- Agents reported that the driver, Joachin Martinez-Urbano,
displayed strange mannerisms and had difficulty answering simple
questions posed to him by agents. Agents say Martinez-Urbano
consented to a canine search...
Of America (Real Audio Available)
hopes for Bush-Fox meeting
Proponents of immigration reform in the
United States hope President
Bush and Mexican President Vicente Fox will put the issue
high on their agenda when they meet this weekend at the Asia-Pacific
Economic Cooperation forum in Los Cabos, Mexico. Those wanting
immigration reform say if President Bush endorses new legislation
on the issue, he could pave the way for Congress to enact it
by the end of this year. -- Some business and labor leaders say
immigration is moving back onto Washington's agenda.
Lucas, Mexico - APEC - Castaneda and Powell
Cites Education, Open Markets as Key to Development
...On the subject of immigration, Castaneda indicated
that Mexican President Vicente
Fox regards the issue as "a central part" of U.S.-Mexico
relations. Fox "has raised the immigration issue to the
first level, to the primary level, and has begun with President
Bush, soon after they both took office, a process which will
be complicated, which will be long, but which we hope ... will
come to fruition, to reach agreements between the United States
and Mexico on immigration issues that are of great importance
to both our countries..."
Worker Charged in License Scam
An employee of the District's Department
of Motor Vehicles accepted bribes in exchange for helping illegal immigrants obtain
fraudulent driver's licenses, according to charges filed yesterday
in New York. -- Gwendolynn Dean of Washington was part of an
operation in which two men transported the immigrants from New
York to Washington and gave Dean money in exchange for her cooperation
in processing the licenses, according to court documents.
receives threats over illegal alien mooch
Congressman Tom Tancredo received a standing
ovation yesterday even before he began speaking at an Aurora
Rotarian luncheon at Heatheridge Country Club. --- His speech
then turned to immigration reform, the topic over which Tancredo
has been at odds with Bush and members of the Colorado delegation.
Because of threats Tancredo has received in the wake of the controversy
concerning illegal immigrant Jesus
Apodaca, two Aurora police officers were present for his
appearance. Tancredo said he did not request them himself but
said he was glad they were there...
Raza fifth-columnist chimes in on sniper case
Led by President Bush, administration
officials pledged the full resources of the federal government
today in capturing what Mr. Bush called "a ruthless person
on the loose," and mounted an aggressive defense of how
the investigation is being run. --- Cecilia Muñoz, a vice
president at the National
Council of La Raza, a Latino civil rights group, said the
"aggressive tactics used by the federal government against
over the past year" had scared many immigrants. -- "Turning
these two people over to the I.N.S. has just reinforced that
fear," Ms. Muñoz said.
|Tribnet / L.A. Times
illegals cripple law enforcement
A police decision to hand over two [illegals]
to immigration authorities earlier this week is silencing potential
witnesses in the serial sniper investigation, area Hispanic leaders
said Wednesday. -- "It's a really bad message to send the
Latino community and immigrants in general," said Gustavo
Torres, director of a suburban Montgomery Co. social service
agency, CASA of Maryland. "I am not going to encourage my
community to (report) those criminals, (if) witnesses are going
to be deported."
tripod seized from suspects' car
A rifle and a tripod have been recovered
from the 1990 Chevrolet Caprice at the rest stop where two men
were captured and arrested by state police in Frederick County
in connection with the deadly Washington-area sniper attacks,
law enforcement sources have told The Gazette. -- The two men
-- identified as John Allen Muhammad (a.k.a. John Allen Williams)
Lee Malvo -- were arrested just after 3 a.m. at an Interstate
70 rest stop near Myersville, about 10 miles northwest of Frederick.
Meddling Mexican still interested in immigration
Cabo San Lucas -- ....In that same forum
with college students from all over the Americas, Mr. Powell
and Mr. Castaneda
restated their interest in pursuing a bilateral immigration agreement.
Mr. Castaneda said such an agreement, which would provide legal
status to hundreds of thousands of Mexican immigrants who have
gone to the United States seeking work, could be a model for
the world. [Check our poll result
page. The Bush administration appears to be completely out
of step with public opinion on the Mexican invasion.]
town being colonized by Hispanics
...As of the 1990 Census, no towns in
Idaho were more than half Hispanic. But sometime during the 1990s,
Anglos slipped into the minority in three cities -- Minidoka,
Wilder and Roberts. -- The 2000 Census found the highest concentration
of Hispanics, 77%, in tiny Minidoka. Of the city's 129 residents,
the Census reported that 100 were Hispanic. Minidoka County is
following, to a lesser extent, the trend that has transformed
its namesake town. The proportion of Hispanic people in the county
reached 25.5% in 2000. -- Meanwhile, Idaho's Hispanic population
nearly doubled during the '90s, making up 7.8% of the state's
population in 2000.
important release of 2002: Michelle Malkin's "Invasion"
"Invasion" exposes the starring
role played by the federal government in the 9/11 tragedies.
By creating overly generous immigration and visa policies in
1965, then letting those policies slip into practices that had
no system of checks and balances, the U.S. government made it
easy for our enemies to infiltrate the country and execute their
murderous plot. -- "Invasion" is compelling and shocking.
The uninitiated will learn how the immigration process has come
end the bilingual travesty
If I were a Hispanic-American, I would
feel humiliated every time an automated telephone answering system
prompted me to press 1 for English, 2 for Spanish. I would wince
every time an ATM machine invited me to conduct my transaction
en Espanol. It would mortify me to click on a government Web
site and find a link to the site's elaborate Spanish-language
section. -- If I were Hispanic, I would be ashamed that so many
American institutions take it for granted that people like me
can't understand English. [Message
Times (Free Registration)
flooding the Midwest
From Mexico and beyond, they come month
after month to this remote town on the windblown prairie -- some
with visas and some with forged identities, some guided by smugglers
and some drawn by loved ones. -- Immigration, both legal and
not, has turned Denison -- population 7,300 -- into an unlikely
boom town. -- One Kansas meatpacking town, Dodge City, is now
about 40% Latino. -- Mark Grey, who has studied the trend for
years, estimates that from 30% to 60% of the immigrants in Iowa are in
the United States illegally.
Creek wants loiterers [i.e. 'day laborers'] arrested
Standing around may cost you soon in
Cave Creek (about 25 miles north of Scottsdale, AZ). -- The town
appears poised to launch a major campaign against trespassers.
-- It comes following an increase in complaints from residents
and business owners, mostly over Hispanic males who loiter around
a local church that has a day laborer program. -- Cave Creek
Mayor Vincent Francia said he has been trying for some time to
crack down on all loiterers and trespassers, not just the day
laborers, but has met with resistance from the Maricopa County
Sheriff's Office, which provides law enforcement services for
Carefree and Cave Creek.
Nebraska Bank Killers: Were They Or Weren't They?
On September 26 a murderous Nebraska
bank robbery shocked the nation. --- Were these Hispanic robbers
immigrants? I'm a detail-oriented person who likes to get the
facts straight. You would think that I could tell you exactly
whether any of them were criminal aliens. -- The problem is that
neither the media nor law enforcement officials seem to know--or
care. -- I called people all over Nebraska looking for a definitive
answer. I started with Larry Holmquist of the Omaha FBI. He said
that the local police were more likely to know....