Archive for May 11th, 2008


It was a crime that ?shook the community to its foundation? Tellico Plains Police Chief Bill Isbell said Saturday. The crime was March 5, when a 92-year-old woman was attacked in her South Babcock Street home. Isbell said the woman was viciously beaten, raped and left for dead.

?She knew enough to pretend she was dead,? Isbell said. ?After the perpetrator thought she was dead, then he raped her. This is a very sick individual.?

The individual is Francisco Barbosa, aka Francisco Sanchez, a 35-year-old illegal immigrant who had been working construction in Monroe County. Isbell said Barbosa/Sanchez had been staying, off and on, at his brother?s house, in the victim?s neighborhood.

?We obtained his DNA from a straw he had used and it matched DNA taken from the victim,? Isbell said. ?We went back into the community and started asking questions again. We learned that he was very concerned about providing a DNA sample and said he was going back to Mexico.?

And Mexico is where authorities believe Barbosa/Sanchez is right now. He hasn?t been seen in the area for a few days and his car was found in Houston, Texas.

?We have warrants on him for aggravated rape and especially aggravated burglary,? Isbell said. ?We have full confidence the Mexican authorities will help us extradite him back here.?

It?s not known yet if Barbosa/Sanchez has a previous criminal record. ?When somebody?s in this country illegally,? Isbell said, ?and have no fingerprints on record, it?s hard to know what they?ve done.?

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Shreveport, Louisiana - An illegal allien was arrested by Bossier Parish deputies Thursday on charges of forcible rape.

Villalt Carlos Canales is accused of attempting to force his cleaning lady to have sex with him.

She was able to run away and call authorities.

Police tracked him down early Thursday morning and arrested him.

Canales has been deported at least twice since 1999. Police say he has a criminal history of aggravated assault, battery with a dangerous weapon and simple battery.

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The Washington Post

As Tighter Immigration Policies Strain Federal Agencies, The Detainees in Their Care Often Pay a Heavy Cost

Near midnight on a California spring night, armed guards escorted Yusif Osman into an immigration prison ringed by concertina wire at the end of a winding, isolated road.

During the intake screening, a part-time nurse began a computerized medical file on Osman, a routine procedure for any person entering the vast prison network the government has built for foreign detainees across the country. But the nurse pushed a button and mistakenly closed file #077-987-986 and marked it “completed” — even though it had no medical information in it.

Three months later, at 2 in the morning on June 27, 2006, the native of Ghana collapsed in Cell 206 at the Otay Mesa immigrant detention center outside San Diego. His cellmate hit the intercom button, yelling to guards that Osman was on the floor suffering from chest pains. A guard peered through the window into the dim cell and saw the detainee on the ground, but did not go in. Instead, he called a clinic nurse to find out whether Osman had any medical problems.

When the nurse opened the file and found it blank, she decided there was no emergency and said Osman needed to fill out a sick call request. The guard went on a lunch break.

The cellmate yelled again. Another guard came by, looked in and called the nurse. This time she wanted Osman brought to the clinic. Forty minutes passed before guards brought a wheelchair to his cell. By then it was too late: Osman was barely alive when paramedics reached him. He soon died.

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The Washington Post

TIJUANA, Mexico, May 10 — You can walk to the U.S. border, Francelia Menchaca’s immigration lawyer advised her, but don’t put your fingers through its fence. It may hinder her immigration paperwork, the lawyer said.

But when, after a year apart, Menchaca’s mother arrived in her flowered straw hat here Saturday and put her small, wrinkled hands up to the cast-iron gate, Menchaca reached out and touched them.

“Were you anxious to touch my hand?” Menchaca asked in Spanish. Tears stood on her lashes.

“Yes,” said her mother, Francisca Rodríguez, a resident of Tijuana, as her three grandchildren, including a 10-month-old girl she had never seen, strained to be near her.

The Menchacas, who drove from Phoenix, are among those who gather here annually on Mexico’s Mother’s Day along this kinder portion of an otherwise unforgiving border that separates the United States and Mexico.

For nearly 2,000 miles, the boundary rolls from the tip of Texas westward through the foot of California. But in Tijuana, just before the line juts out and sinks into the Pacific Ocean, it eases into a rusty, weather-beaten fence.

Flanked by the U.S. Border Field Park on one side and Playa de Tijuana on the other, the 10-foot-high fence offers a modest opening here and there, just wide enough to slip a hand or a homemade taco through.

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The Antelope Valley Independent Minutemen held a protest in Palmdale today. AmericanPatriot77 of reports the following:

“There was tons of action today for sure. We had about 7 eggs thrown at us, a cup of coffee, and some rocks. Not to mention the racist la raza idiot that started pushing people around. Besides that, all went well. I do fear for the kids growing up in todays world, especially in so ca.”

Dancing Mexican idiot video.
Dancing Mexican idiot gets arrested video.

SZinWestLA shot the following video.

Brown Supremacist

Viva Mexico!

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The following report is from the National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers.

Milenio (Mexico City) 5/10/08

(The first four paragraphs of an op/column by Carlos Puig with the above title follow):

He said it from the start: it will cost lives, but it’s necessary, there will be no impunity.

It’s been 526 days since President Calderon put the army out on the streets to do police work, This week, violence, now merciless against police chiefs. seems to be at its best moment.

The murder of Edgar Millan, the takeover of Villa de Cos, Zacatecas, first by criminals and then by the army, the murder in Ciudad Juarez of one more city policy captain, a shootout in Sinaloa between hired killers and police, four agents dead, blocks after blocks of gunfire pursuits in Tijuana as in the Old West…… Friday, a commander of the Distrito Federal Judicial Police. Who’s next ?

Putting the army out as the President decided has a problem without solution: if this fails, what’s next ? Who do we put out after them ? White Flags ? State of siege ?


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FOX News

SAN DIEGO ? When members of an anti-illegal immigration group offered to sponsor litter cleanup on local roads, they never imagined California officials would offer them an Adopt-a-Highway stretch near a Border Patrol checkpoint on Interstate 5, the main artery carrying illegal migrants north from the U.S.-Mexico border.

On Friday, lawyers for the San Diego Minutemen told a federal judge that the state had no right to rescind the offer after state legislators complained to the California Department of Transportation. The group asked that its blue Adopt-a-Highway sign be put back where it stood without incident for about six weeks until the agency removed it in January.

“We were moved to silence our message in response to pressure from the open border advocates and the Latino caucus,” said Minutemen attorney Robert Fuselier. “It all comes down to one thing: We can’t have our speech because if we do, people who don’t like it might become unruly and unlawful.”


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Jesus De-Maria Sandoval-Lopez


MOUNT KISCO - An illegal immigrant living in Mount Kisco has been arrested for allegedly exposing himself to a 10-year-old girl at the T.J. Maxx store on Main Street, police said.

Jesus De-Maria Sandoval-Lopez, 23, who gave a home address of 109 Grove St., was arraigned yesterday on misdemeanor charges of endangering the welfare of a child and public lewdness, Mount Kisco police Detective Lt. Patrick O’Reilly said.

Sandoval-Lopez was arrested Wednesday afternoon at the store after he allegedly displayed his genitals to the child in the girls clothing section. A security guard detained him until police arrived.

The girl was crying hysterically as she told officers what had happened, police said.

He is being held on $7,500 bail at the Westchester County jail in Valhalla, pending a hearing in village court Thursday. Federal authorities have also issued a detainer warrant, considering him a fugitive because he entered the country illegally from Guatemala in 2001, O’Reilly said.

He was arrested after crossing the Mexican border into Texas, but failed to appear for a followup court date.

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