Saturday, January 15, 2005
Dreier joins up with "ReyesScam"
Silvestre Reyes in new scheme
continue into smuggling operations
Federal authorities on Friday said they
are continuing their investigation into five recent illegal immigrant
smuggling operations and arrests made on labor buses in late
December. -- No additional arrests have been made nor have additional
charges been filed against the 390 illegal immigrants, the majority
of them Mexican, who were apprehended by Border Patrol agents...
-- New York
license scandals raise national security worries
Bridgeport, Conn. -- Tracy Lucas-Stevenson
earned $40,000 as a state motor vehicle employee, so she raised
investigators' eyebrows when an acquaintance said she bragged
about buying a Lincoln Navigator, a pool and a new kitchen within
a year. -- What authorities uncovered was a web of illegal immigrants,
shady middlemen with names like "Chile" and "El
A Warning for America from
People used to say that South Africa
was 20 years behind the rest of the Western world. Television,
for example, came late to South Africa (but so did pornography
and the gay rights movement). -- Today, however, South Africa
may be the grim model of the future Western world, for events
in America reveal trends chillingly similar to those that destroyed
Somalis are facing deportation
The Minnesota office of U.S. Immigration
and Customs Enforcement (ICE) disclosed Friday that 293 Somali
refugees living in Minnesota or the Dakotas are under final orders
of removal and therefore could be deported to their homeland.
-- Another 143 are in the process of removal proceedings but
have not been ruled deportable by an immigration judge.
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Dear Glenn Spencer, Just a note to thank you
for all the work you do for all real Americans! If it wasn't
for your efforts, we would really be in a mess! And thanks to
the Bushes and other traitorous Americans we are in a mess! --
A few years ago, you and Barbara Coe asked me how we could get
more Hispanics on our side...
restaurant owner pleads to tax, immigration charges
Cedar Rapids, Iowa --- The part owner
of a Waterloo restaurant accused of arranging sham marriages
has pleaded guilty to tax and immigration charges. -- But the
case is far from over as some of his intertwining family tree
of co-defendants have disappeared. -- Jose de Jesus Ibarra-Castaneda,
of Cedar Rapids, pleaded guilty to income tax evasion and knowingly
hiring illegal aliens...
charged in Social Security records case
A Social Security Administration employee
charged with manipulating records to help two relatives pleaded
not guilty Friday as her family looked on. -- Estela Valverde
was released on a $10,000 bond after appearing before U.S. Magistrate
Judge Karen Humphreys. Valverde has worked at the agency's Dodge
City office since 1998.
-- Magic City Morning Star
Trusting to Disgusting
Why in the name of Tom Tancredo do we
need the President's "Hell, if they'll walk across Big Bend,"
amnesty plan? Is this President and this Congress so pathetically
stupid not to see the consequences of an accident waiting to
happen? -- Presently, the corporate crooks, open-borders lobbyists,
and immigration lawyers are surfacing like ants to sugar...
Mexican invader suspect busted for striking 2 cops
Plains Twp., Pa - A man was arrested
Thursday morning after, police said, he struck two officers in
the face after driving his car into a traffic light post and
into a ditch outside a Plains Township gas station. -- According
to police: An officer responded to a report of a car in a ditch
near the Sheetz gas station on Jumper Road...
pulls gun on officer
Police say a
graffiti tagger caught in the act on the Albuquerque's Westside
pulled a gun before leading officers on a short-lived chase.
-- It started when Albuquerque gang detectives were patrolling
the area near Tanager and 106th Street southwest early Thursday
-- Danbury, Connecticut
fret rumored alien round-up
aliens -- criminals] into trucks. Agents rushing into storefronts
searching for illegal aliens. Agents combing Kennedy Park, looking
for day laborers. -- Those are the stories flowing down Main
Street, where the immigrant community is reeling from reports
of a federal sweep earlier this week that netted some 30 illegal