Saturday, November 4, 2006
ABP to Build Virtual
Fence in Arizona
Follow-Up on Successful Border
invaders didn't know they were being watched by American Border
Border Patrol announced today that it has reached an agreement
with a border rancher to build an electronic "virtual fence"
in one of the most heavily trafficked areas in Southeastern Arizona.
Site of the "virtual system" will be kept confidential
for obvious reasons, said Glenn Spencer of ABP. "Illegal
border crossers will not know how they are being spotted,"
Spencer said. ABP will begin installing the system this week
with operations to begin within 30 days.
"We are going to demonstrate how
a virtual fence can work, and why a physical barrier is still
needed," Spencer added.
ABP's pioneering work with Internet
Border Cams led to a state-wide
system in Texas.
invader/meth fiend convicted in death of college dean
A twice-deported illegal alien with a
long record of drug arrests is facing up to five years in prison
after a second trial for killing a Washington State community
college president while driving under the influence of methamphetamines.
-- Marcos Ramos Medina, who was found to have at least eight
spike expected in Latino vote, despite invader tantrums
Fidel Estrada is a proud Latino who owns
a dry cleaning store in East Austin. He voted early this election,
and his desire to be heard lead him to the streets last spring,
where he joined thousands rallying and protesting proposed immigration
laws. -- Seven months later, Estrada doesn't understand why more
Latinos aren't heading to the polls...
sniveling over anchor baby benefit cuts
In about four months, [Mexican
illegal alien... criminal] Amarilys Suarez of Haines City
will give birth to her second child. -- In the past few weeks,
Suarez has been preparing for the big day and has already picked
a name for her unborn daughter. But her pregnancy has suddenly
changed from a joyful celebration into a thought of fear.
arrest 37 in smuggling attempt
Agents from the U.S. Border Patrol's
Yuma sector arrested 37 illegal [aliens...
criminals] Thursday night after they crossed in a group of
six vehicles in a "drive through" attempt east of the
U.S. Port of Entry at San Luis, Ariz., the agency said. -- A
"drive through" is just as the name suggests: smugglers
load their human cargo into vehicles...
nuisances bellyache about Minutemen
Bellingham, Wash. -- A local group opposing
the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps is looking for volunteers.
Aguila del Norte will have an informational meeting Sunday, November
5th from 3:30-5 pm in the library of St. Michael's church. --
Community members interested in learning about the group's legal
observations of the Minutemen...
gets rousing response in Wilkes-Barre Twp.
Lou Barletta isn't running for anything.
-- But judging by the response he got Friday night in Wilkes-Barre
Township [Pa.], you might have thought he was a leading candidate
for some office. When introduced to the crowd of 400-plus, Barletta
received a rousing response that rivaled, and may have equaled...
Daily Bulletin -- Ontario, Calif.
questioned at Rancho forum
Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. -- From the
looks of Thursday's "Meet the candidates" forum, city
voters seem to have a lot of questions about local matters. Those
in attendance asked questions ranging from broad, complex issues
such as illegal immigration, to the minutia of city politics,
including when Mayor Bill Alexander plans to retire.
Florida could feel political fallout of U.S.-Mexico barrier
When Mexico's incoming president, Felipe
Calderón, visits President Bush next week, efforts to
strike a neighborly tone could be overshadowed by a barrier yet
to be built: the 700-mile border fence. -- Calderón has
called it a "grave error" comparable to the Berlin
Wall. Bush, who signed the legislation to start construction,
sees the fence as...
Immigration Anarchy - by Daniel Sheehy
"This book is not
just informative but inspiring. Readers will want to join up."
Peter Brimelow, author of Alien Nation and editor of VDare.com
Photo of the Day
Wes Fleming works on structure near the
Mexican border to be used by American Border Patrol. All work
done at the border facility, including extensive construction,
has been done by English- speaking American citizens.
smugglers sentenced to prison
Two Arizona women are sentenced to 15
months in prison after trying to smuggle in illegal [aliens...
criminals] on separate occasions. -- Wendolyne Mendez-Herrera,
33, of Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, attempted to cross the border
at Nogales in July with two boys, a 12- year- old and 15- year-
old. She claimed both were her children.
Times -- Escondido
group rallies in Escondido
The national group You
Don't Speak For Me, representing Latinos who oppose illegal
immigration, held a feisty rally in front of Escondido City Hall
on Friday morning. -- Claudia Spencer...denounced illegal immigrants
for turning neighborhoods in North County into "a Third
PIO Press Release
Agent dies in accident
in Southeastern Arizona
At approx. 5 p.m.on November 3 a Border Patrol
agent assigned to the Ajo Station died as the result of massive
injuries suffered in a single vehicle accident along SR86. --
The accident occured near mile post 57. -- The unidentified agent
was pronounced dead at the scene at about 6 pm. -- At this time,
the accident is in it's initial investigation stages...