Archive for June, 2008

Jim Gilchrist has been whining to the media lately about infighting and how “this entire movement will fizzle to nothing by the end of the year.” [Daily Herald]

The truth is that Jim Gilchrist is an out of control megalomaniac. He believes everything should revolve around him, and if it doesn’t, he would rather it not exist at all.

Now he’s bashing the entire movement, making outrageous statements to the press, saying that Minutemen are violent and sinister with Saddam Hussein mentalities! [OC Register]

These days, he seems to spend much of his time viciously attacking other Patriots in the movement in emails and on his website forum. Many times he uses phony names like “Perry Emerson” and “Jack Sharpe” to hide behind.

Ever since Jim Gilchrist was kicked off the border [watch video] by the Mountain Minutemen, he’s been at war with Robert Crooks, the groups leader.

Gilchrist is so sick and immoral that he’s even using the death of a great Patriot to slander and attack those who knew him.

On March 30th, 2008, Robert M. Baker died of natural causes while watching the border with the Mountain Minutemen near Campo, CA.

The following email exchange is one example of how sick Jim Gilchrist really is. And why Jim Gilchrist has lost all respect from those close to him. The movement hasn’t fizzled out. Jim Gilchrist has.

Another WW11 Veteran and loyal patriot gone
Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2008

I was saddened to hear that our friend and fellow minuteman patriot Bob Baker (the “Judge”) passed away early last evening while standing guard at Patriot Point near Campo Calif. He had traveled 1,400 miles to do what he considered his “DUTY”, to this nation, by defending our borders from the illegal and drug invasion currently going on.

Bob was a patriot of the highest order, serving his nation in many different capacities. He was a Paratrooper in Europe during WW2, he was a police officer, he was a Judge in his town, he served as Circuit Judge, he was Fire Chief in his home town, a Lawyer, and much more. He traveled the world with his first wife shooting Trap, he was also a big game hunter traveling the world. He was always doing and going and to his last day wanted to give back to and defend his beloved country. He felt that he owed everything to this nation that allowed him, and gave him, the opportunity to become the man that he was.

I met Bob in Fabens Texas in 06 and we worked together with other volunteers supporting the Texas Minutemen on the border where Border Patrol Agents Compean and Ramos worked. Bob had a great personality and made friends fast and gained their respect wherever he went.

I again had the honor and pleasure to work with this great man in Three Points, AZ during the entire month of Oct. 07, doing Operations north of Sasabe, AZ, with the group Minuteman Of One. We put over 1000 miles on my Rhino 4X4, together, doing recons, brooming trails, standing post, and regular patrols. I got to know him very well after many hours together. We bonded well during that time and our friendship grew, even though it was short lived.

His health was failing fast but he would not give up, and against all advice from family and friends, he headed out again to do his DUTY with all his last bit of strength. He had several disappointments on the way which took a toll on his spirit, I’m sure, but he continued on until he reached Campo, Cal. “Lil Dog”, another great patriot in this battle to save our nation, at Patriots Point, welcomed him into the group and treated this old but great man, warrior, and patriot with the respect he deserved. He served his final days and hours doing what he wanted and loved to do, defending his country on the border, sitting in his pickup, and quietly passing on to a much better place.

For those of us who were fortunate enough to know Bob and to be his friend, our lives have changed for the better I believe.

We will miss you Bob, we salute you, rest in peace.

Al Davies

From: Century21Minuteman
Sent: Wednesday, June 18, 2008 9:19 AM
To: ‘robert crooks’
Subject: What happened to the $2500 that went missing from the guy who died at your camp last moth? Who took it? How did you spend it?

I will investigate this further.

Jim Gilchrist, BAJ, BSBA, MBA, CPA - Founder and President
Jim Gilchrist’s MINUTEMAN PROJECT, INC. (DBA The Minuteman Project)

From: Albert Davies
Sent: Monday, June 23, 2008 10:57 PM
To: ‘Century21Minuteman’
Subject: RE: What happened to the $2500 that went missing from the guy who died at your camp last moth? Who took it? How did you spend it?

For your information,

My name is Al Davies (SeaBee), I am a personal friend of Bob Baker (the deceased man mentioned here) and his wife Jo.

I personally went to San Diego, at Mrs. Bakers request, to retrieve Bob’s vehicle, ATV, trailer and personal items in the truck, and delivered them to her home in Ashland, KS.

Contrary to your accusation, as stated here, the money (which was actually $3,000.00) was found in his personal items,
by his wife when they were returned to her, by me.

I feel an apology is in order from you, to Robert Crooks (Lil Dog), for your slander upon his good name. I don’t know what your problem is with Mr. Crooks, but I’ve spent time with the man at Patriots Point, on my way back with Bob’s equipment. I found the man to be a loyal, patriotic American, doing what 300 million other Americans WILL NOT DO, and that is taking years out of his personal life to defend his country, on the border, in harms way. That Sir, is something you,
and others of your ilk will not do, except for the occasional press showing, for fund raising purposes of course. It takes more than a few minutes in front of the cameras on the border to become a Real Minuteman and to prove you really care about Border Security.

As far as I know, the Mountain Minutemen are the “ONLY” group in the United States that maintain a full time presents on the border, (just feet from the border), working with the US Border Patrol, 24/7. Until you can show that kind of dedication, and patriotism, you have no right to criticize these people in any way, period. You should be ashamed of yourself for spreading such lies and slander upon such loyal Americans. I am personally proud to say that I’ve had the opportunity to meet and spend some time with this fine American.


Al Davies (SeaBee)

From: Century21Minuteman
Sent: Tuesday, June 24, 2008 2:15 AM
To: ‘Albert Davies’
Subject: RE: What happened to the $2500 that went missing from the guy who died at your camp last moth? Who took it? How did you spend it?

The problem with infighting is that it never stops. It grows and festers like a rotting flesh wound.

Stop drinking the kool aid, sailor. Apparently, you do not know the same Robert Crooks as I do. By the way, my query was between Mr Crooked and me. He just made it a public discourse by forwarding that email to others on the internet. Until a thorough investigation is complete, I will reserve my own judgment as to where the $3,000 may have gone.

Crooks is a complete idiot and a whiner who seems to pick fights with everyone he comes into contact with. The list of those who complain about him could fill a telephone book.

Furthermore, Crooks is not the only person who ever went to the border to have a BBQ. He is a Johnny Come Lately to the immigration movement who demands that everyone pay homage to his presence. Reminds me of ?The Emperor Has No Clothes?. ?

Thanks for your service drinking beer in the Seabees. Next time join the Marines and do a combat tour in Nam, like I did. Now, go worship and pay homage to your master Lil Mutt.

Jim Gilchrist, BAJ, BSBA, MBA, CPA - Founder and President
Jim Gilchrist’s MINUTEMAN PROJECT, INC. (DBA The Minuteman Project)

From: Albert Davies
Subject: RE: What happened to the $2500 that went missing from the guy who died at your camp last moth? Who took it? How did you spend it?
Date: Tue, 24 Jun 2008 21:47:41 -0500

Mr. Gilchrist,

I’m not trying to start any shit with you , Mr. The fact remains that the money was recovered by Bob’s wife, I personally delivered all property held by the San Diego County Public Administrations Office, to Mrs. Baker, and the Money in question was included in that property. END OF THAT STORY!!! You can spread all the lies you want, but those of us who know the truth, know who the liers and trouble makers are. That kind of BS is never going to help the issue or our country. I suggest that you and the other trouble makers burry this crap and move on to trying to save this nation, and quit fighting each other. Fight the damn enemy for Christs sake, not each other!

As far as my service, I had 22 years in the BEEs supporting the Marines, and still do here in MO by supporting the local Marine team at my shooting Club. I support the Marines in any way I can. I have never ran into a Marine I didn’t like, don’t make YOU the first one. As far as S.E. Asia goes, I was probably over there before you were in 1962/63 getting ready for the war, before you and most of America even heard of Vietnam, so get off your damn high horse now.


Al Davies


Attending Groups: Campo Minutemen, Los Angeles Minutemen, Central Coast Minutemen, Desert Cities Minutemen, NorCal Minutemen, SAC Region Minutemen, CA-MCDC, MCCI, BPAUX, Save-Our-State, California Coalition For Immigration Reform, San Diego Minutemen, Antelope Valley Minutemen, Veterans for Secure Borders.

** Jim Gilchrist is not invited and he will be
removed from the property if he shows up**


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Top priority overall or just top domestic priority? Iraq and the economy can wait, I guess. The clip comes, via reader Edgar M, from today?s appearance before NALEO, in which he and Obama took turns to see who could pander most cravenly on immigration. Truth be told, there?s little new here: Lip service is duly paid to securing the border despite the questioner?s emphasis on comprehensive reform ?and not just enforcement,? and he recycles his old line about illegals being ?God?s children too? as a way of insinuating, a la his crony?s notorious remarks about telling ?the bigots? to shut up, that one really can?t oppose amnesty and be a minimally decent human being. Par for the course.

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Tulsa World

DENVER ? Federal mediators will try to have business groups that oppose House Bill 1804 and Oklahoma state officials settle the state’s appeal of a court order blocking parts of the law.

Mediators at the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals instructed both sides to participate in a mediation conference July 9 “to explore any possibilities for settlement.”

The state officials’ appeal contends that U.S. District Judge Robin Cauthron in Oklahoma City erred June 4 in ordering the state not to enforce parts of the law intended to prevent employment of illegal immigrants.

The chief circuit mediator, David Aemmer, said mediation conferences are conducted in almost all appeals of civil cases at the Denver-based court in which the litigants are represented by counsel.

Mediation discussions are confidential, and Aemmer said he does not comment about particular cases.

He said mediators sometimes can help litigants settle appeals of preliminary injunctions, the type of order Cauthron issued.

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By Frosty Wooldridge

Last week, ?forever? incumbent U.S. House of Representatives Chris Cannon (R-UT) suffered a humiliating defeat at the hands of angry voters in Mormon country. In a state so dry, you can?t spit?voters discharged the beleaguered congressman for his violation of his oath of office, his lack of respect for the U.S. Constitution and his continued support for millions of illegal alien migrants from Mexico.

Bravo! This stellar action by our fellow citizens sets the boundaries that must be in place with so-called leaders of this republic.

Utah voters rejected further linguistic chaos in their schools, anchor baby costs, paying for medical services for illegals, free breakfasts and lunches for illegal school kids, hit and run illegal drivers, drunk driving and accelerating prison costs for thousands of convicted Mexican nationals. Voters rejected the loss of their jobs to hundreds of thousands of illegals. Voters stood against in-state tuition for illegal aliens!

Why did Cannon lose when he outspent his opponent seven to one? Why did Cannon take the exit when his pro-illegal stance in Utah brought over 300,000 illegal aliens to that state? Why did he lose when he enjoyed celebration and honors by La Raza, the most racist organization in the United States with their motto: ?For everyone inside the Hispanic race?everything; for anyone outside the race?nothing!?

When I phone interviewed Cannon four years ago, he said, ?The United States can hold one billion people?we can immigrate as many people into America as possible.?

Right then and right there, I realized I talked to a half-baked, out-of-touch, totally incompetent individual whose mission in the House of Representatives supported flooding the USA with Mexico?s and the world?s poorest.

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The Los Angles Times

WASHINGTON — Courting the increasingly influential Latino vote, the rival presidential candidates each pledged Saturday to make overhauling the nation’s immigration policies a top priority.

In separate appearances before the National Assn. of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials, Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain looked for every possible way to connect with their audience and emphasize distinctions between themselves.

Before the candidates spoke, Adolfo Carrion Jr., the association president and Bronx Borough president, laid down the stakes: “I believe that we will determine the outcome of the 2008 presidential election.”

Perhaps with that in mind, Obama delivered a few lines in Spanish — “Sí, se puede,” or “Yes, we can,” he said — and recalled marching in the streets of Chicago in support of immigration reform. He offered his historic campaign to become the first African American president as a signpost for others.

“I’m hoping that somewhere out there in the audience sits the person who will be the first Latino nominee in their party,” he said.

McCain noted that he represents Arizona, “where Spanish was spoken before English,” and remembered a fellow Vietnam prisoner of war, Everett Alvarez, “a brave American of Mexican descent.”

McCain said that he pushed for overhauling immigration laws when “it wasn’t very popular with some in my party.”

Both political camps are working hard for the Latino vote. A projected 9.3 million Latinos will go to the polls this year, up from 7.6 million in 2004 and 2.5 million in 1980, according to the Tomas Rivera Policy Institute at USC. In California, more than 2.6 million Latinos will cast votes this year, up from about 2.1 million in 2004, the institute projects.

Latinos loom as a potential swing vote, according to the Pew Hispanic Center, because they constitute an important share of the electorate in four of six states that President Bush carried by margins of 5 percentage points or fewer in 2004 — New Mexico, Florida, Nevada and Colorado.

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Arizona Daily Star

It is a steel and concrete corridor that will run right through the Old Pueblo, connecting Mexico City to Edmonton, Alberta.

Its purpose is to facilitate trade among the three countries and minimize traffic and congestion for residents.

Or is it evidence of a move afoot to intertwine the three North American countries and blur the lines of sovereignty?

That’s a matter of opinion.

The Canamex Corridor, as defined by Congress in the 1995 National Highway Systems Designation Act, is a joint effort involving Arizona, Nevada, Idaho, Utah and Montana.

The transportation portion calls for the development of a continuous four-lane roadway from Mexico through the U.S. into Canada.

There are two other trade corridors: One runs from the southern Mexico city of Manzanillo, Colima, through Laredo, Texas, to Canada’s Prairie-to-Ports Gateway & Inland Port, anchored by Saskatoon, Moose Jaw and Regina in Saskatchewan. The other corridor veers east from Laredo through Kansas City up to Winnipeg, Manitoba.

As officials in all three countries grapple with the logistics of creating such thoroughfares, there is growing concern that the so-called “superhighways” are a visible step toward the blending of economies, cultures and resources.
The source of the fears

Much of that concern is rooted in the founding of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, known as the SPP, in March 2005.

The trinational partnership, headed by the three nations’ leaders, is described as an “effort to increase security and enhance prosperity among the United States, Canada and Mexico through greater cooperation and information sharing.”

But references in SPP documents to a “North American region” and the “citizens of North America” send a chill through some.

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The Los Angles Times

ANACORTES, WASH. — Looking to snag illegal immigrants, drug runners and terrorists, the U.S. Border Patrol is staging surprise checks of travelers on domestic ferry runs in the San Juan Islands. What they are catching is heat from ticked-off locals.

Border Patrol agents began conducting random checks and undercover surveillance at the Washington state ferry terminal in Anacortes this year. The agents intercept disembarking passengers, inquire about citizenship, request IDs, and run vehicle and criminal background checks. A plainclothes officer patrols the small terminal.

The beefed-up security has sparked scores of complaints from island residents, but authorities stand by the spot checks on domestic ferries — which they say could expand to include a second route.

The measures are “not a stretch, not speculative,” said Joseph Giuliano, deputy chief patrol agent for the Border Patrol’s Blaine, Wash., sector. “Our intel tells us we have a limited problem” a few miles from Canada’s Vancouver Island.

“We don’t like to go out on limbs with our limited resources,” he said.

About 12 times a month since February, armed border agents in fatigues have put up checkpoints — a jarring presence for many in this vacation destination known for its serene landscape.

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The Washington Post

WASHINGTON (AP) _ Presidential rivals John McCain and Barack Obama vied for the support of Hispanics, beginning a four-month courtship of a pivotal voting constituency by vowing to revamp immigration policy.

“I come from a border state, my dear friends. I know these issues,” McCain told Hispanic elected officials on Saturday. The Republican senator from Arizona said overhauling the country’s broken immigration system, not just securing its borders, “will be my top priority.”

Appearing later before the same audience, Obama accused McCain of walking away from comprehensive immigration reform. The Democratic senator from Illinois said: “We must assert our values and reconcile our principles as a nation of immigrants and a nation of laws. That is a priority I will pursue from my very first day.”

The two spoke separately to some 700 Hispanics attending the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials conference. It’s the first of three such appearances each is scheduled to make to Hispanic organizations in less than a month, underscoring the importance of the nation’s fastest-growing minority group.

Both McCain and Obama were warmly received at NALEO; the crowd gave each standing ovations and cheered loudly. When McCain spoke, the audience shouted down anti-war protesters who interrupted the Republican’s speech four times. The audience chanted Obama’s name when the Democrat entered later. As he took the stage, Obama said “Si, se puede!” _ his “yes we can” campaign slogan in Spanish _ and the crowd echoed him.

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Pants fit better after yesterday’s disgusting display of pandering…

The Washington Post

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain courted Hispanic support on Saturday, and Obama accused his White House rival of backing away from comprehensive U.S. immigration reform under pressure from his party.

In separate appearances before a group of Latino public officials, the two presidential contenders portrayed themselves as dedicated champions for Hispanics — a fast-growing and critical swing voting bloc in November’s election.

Obama took aim at McCain’s approach to comprehensive immigration reform and his change of emphasis on legislation to offer a pathway to citizenship for the country’s 12 million illegal immigrants.

McCain, an Arizona senator, broke with his party and worked for the plan, which ultimately failed in Congress amid heavy Republican opposition.

But he shifted his approach during the fight for the party’s nomination to emphasize the need to secure U.S. borders before addressing the status of illegal immigrants.

“One place where Senator McCain used to offer change was on immigration. He was a champion of comprehensive reform, and I admired him for it,” Obama, an Illinois senator who supported the proposal, told the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials.

“But when he was running for his party’s nomination, he walked away from that commitment. He said he wouldn’t even support his own legislation if it came up for a vote,” he said. “If we are going to solve the challenges we face, we can’t vacillate, we can’t shift depending on our politics.”

McCain, who appeared before the group ahead of Obama, admitted the plan “wasn’t very popular with some in my party” but said he would still work for a broad-based overhaul of U.S. immigration laws.

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The Washington Post

Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) yesterday accused Republican Sen. John McCain of retreating from a comprehensive overhaul of immigration laws that the senator from Arizona had championed in Congress, contending that his rival for the White House “walked away” from his own legislation to win the GOP presidential primary.

“When he was running for his party’s nomination, he walked away from that commitment,” Obama told a gathering of Latino elected officials at which the two candidates appeared separately to woo Hispanic voters.

McCain, who spoke prior to Obama’s appearance, insisted that immigration “will be my top priority yesterday, today and tomorrow.” He said the federal government eventually should create a method for immigrants living in the United States illegally to become citizens, in addition to strengthening security measures to prevent foreigners from sneaking across the borders.

The broad immigration bill that stalled in Congress — co-sponsored by McCain and Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.) — would have addressed both goals at once. But beginning last fall, McCain began to say political reality dictates that stricter enforcement must come first. The legislation “wasn’t very popular . . . in my party,” he acknowledged yesterday. “We will not succeed in the Congress until we can convince the majority of the American people we have border security.”

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Two men killed in a plane crash off Oceanside on Sunday have been identified as Alejandro Jimenez-Zatarain, the pilot, and Rodrigo Navarro, a passenger.

Authorities may conduct an underwater search for the two men, Oceanside Harbor Police Sgt. Joe Spurgeon said.

Coast Guard suspended its search at 9 p.m. Monday.

A third man on the plane, who survived the crash and was rescued by a Vista couple in their fishing boat, was listed in serious condition yesterday at Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla. There were conflicting reports as to his name.

The victims, described by their families as ?young men,? were Mexican citizens.

The San Diego Union-Tribune obtained the names of the dead men yesterday from the Oceanside Department of Harbor and Beaches through a California Public Records Act request after various authorities declined to release the information.

The four-seat plane was one of two Cessna 172s that flew from Montgomery Field in Kearny Mesa to Long Beach Airport on Sunday afternoon. The crash occurred on the return flight.

According to a preliminary report by the National Transportation Safety Board, the two planes were in radio contact. Two people in the plane that was trailing told investigators the pilot of the plane that crashed radioed that he was going to put the Cessna into a spin.

He set the plane up, stalled, spun and recovered, the report states. Then he radioed he was going to try another spin and climbed to 7,000 feet. According to the report, the plane spun until it hit the water ?nose down.?

The people in the second plane, who reported the crash at 5:11 p.m. Sunday, landed safely. The NTSB report described the weather conditions at the time of the crash as ?clear.?

The planes are registered to San Diego Flight Training International Inc., where the three men were students, according to a news release sent on behalf of the families.

The families had planned to hold a news conference yesterday but canceled it because they were too grief-stricken, a family friend said.


Wasn’t it the Spanish that discovered Florida. Or better yet the American Indians? GuardDog

Early concept for Hispanic specialty plate, as proposed by National Hispanic Corporate Achievers.

Wasn’t it the Spanish that discovered Florida. Or better yet the American Indians? GuardDog

Proposed license plate states ‘Hispanics discovered Florida’
Ft. Lauderdale Sun Sentinel
June 25, 2008

Honk if you love Hispanics.

A license plate that touts “Hispanics Discovered Florida” may soon join the 109 specialty tags drivers can choose from.

The idea to celebrate the contributions of Hispanics came from National Hispanic Corporate Achievers, a Longwood group that sponsors minority job fairs. The plate would become a fundraising tool to support job and mentorship programs.

Danny Ramos, the group’s president, said the tag’s message is about cultural pride for Florida’s 3.6 million Hispanics — even if not all of Latin American or Spanish descent identify with the term.

“Every community wants to be recognized for its contributions to society,” Ramos said. “I think this is just part of our assimilation process and our acceptance in Florida.”

A preliminary concept for the plate seeks to unify Hispanics by going back to their historical roots — when Spaniards colonized the peninsula before the arrival of English-speaking settlers.

One concept features the image of a Spanish galleon and the date 1513 — the year Spanish conquistador Juan Ponce de Leon first landed in what is now Florida.

Some Florida tags already recognize racial and ethnic groups. One is dedicated to the memory of civil-rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. Others include American Indian tribes.

The Hispanic-tag proposal is being reviewed by Florida highway officials. It also has the support of state Sen. Gary Siplin, a Democrat in a district with many Hispanic residents.


Seattle Times

A Federal Way man arrested in connection with the death of his infant son in a backyard fire pit last weekend was ordered held Wednesday on $1 million bail.

King County prosecutors cited Alberto Rios’ criminal record in requesting the high bail during a brief hearing at King County Jail. Rios, 38, has several drug convictions and a domestic-violence charge that was later dropped, said deputy district attorney Steven Kim.

Rios, who has used different aliases and birth dates in the past, also is in the U.S. illegally and has been deported to his native Mexico three times ? in 1994, 1996 and in 2001, Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials said. Rios is being held at the jail. Kim said prosecutors would decide on formal charges within the next two days.

Police were called to Rios’ home in the 2600 block of Southwest 333rd Place at 12:02 Sunday morning. Rios told police he fell asleep on a bench near the fire pit with his 7-month-old son, Diego Alberto Rios-Santana, on his chest. When he awoke, he said, he found his son dead in the fire pit.

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In a huge victory for the U.S. Constitution and for law-abiding American activists everywhere, Judge William Hayes ruled late this afternoon in a 34 page ruling that Caltrans absolutely violated SDMM’s “free speech, equal protection, and due process” when they bowed to members of the Latino Caucus (Cedillo, Saldana, and Coto) by revoking our adopted highway permit on Jan. 28 without any warning or just cause.

Seven weeks after our hearing, Judge Hayes has ordered the immediate reinstatement by Caltrans of our AAH permit and our courtesy sign for our site on northbound I-5 near the San Clemente checkpoint!

The judge strongly ruled that there is an almost certainty of SDMM prevailing at trial on Constitutional grounds in his granting of the rarely-granted injunction. Our attorneys will now await Caltrans’ decision whether they want to settle this case out of court or take it to a trial where the State of California would waste hundreds of thousands more tax dollars fighting against the U.S. Constitution and peaceful American citizens in Federal Court on behalf of the Mexican Government. Since they have been fighting us continuously for 5 months on behalf of Mexican “hecklers”, it will be very interesting to see what they do next.

Meanwhile, we will be planning our next clean up at our original site soon! Hope to see you out there with us after this historic victory!!!

Special thanks goes to Howard Kaloogian, Bob Fuselier and David Hayek, our outstanding legal team who took on the state of California and the Mexican Government and WON!!!

Thanks also to everyone who donated to our legal fund to finance this fight and to others who helped our case in other ways! You guys are all our heroes!!! There is still hope for America! The lying, terroristic agents of the Mexican Government (Morones, Saldana, et. al.) have been taught a strong and costly lesson for them. We are not going to just roll over and let them colonize our state and our country with their illegal citizens and destroy our American freedoms and rights and the LEGAL immigration system that has made this country great! If they want to steal our country, they are going to have to fight us for it, and so far they have clearly shown they really don’t want to take us on head on! Constant lies and coercion is all the criminal cowards can muster!

Foreign terrorists from ANY country will not prevail in America! Rejoice Americans, we are slowly winning this fight to keep our sovereignty!! Keep fighting!

Jeff Schwilk
Demanding Our Government Enforce our Laws Since 2005!