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Old 02-07-2009, 04:21 PM
 
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Buena Park; victim headed back to Mexico. By DENISSE SALAZAR
The Orange County Register
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BUENA PARK – A man suffered stab wounds after he tried to escape from who he described as his kidnappers at a gas station, police said today.
Police were called at 2:42 p.m. Wednesday to a Chevron station in the 6300 block of Beach Boulevard regarding a possible stabbing, said Buena Park police Sgt. William Kohanek.
Police found 22-year-old Jesus Flores, of Mexico, had been stabbed in the chest and hip.
Flores told police he was in Tijuana, Mexico, looking for a way to cross the border into the United States when he met a man and a woman – and struck a deal with them to smuggle him across the border, Kohanek said.
Flores then told police he was kidnapped, for unknown reasons, by the couple while he was in Tijuana. He said he was blindfolded, tied up and taken on a long drive to an unknown location, Kohanek said.
When he realized they were at a gas station, he tried to escape through a window and was stabbed by the man as witnesses noticed a commotion, Kohanek said.
"We believe it was a human-trafficking incident and for some reason an argument or assault occurred during transport," Kohanek said.
Flores was taken to a hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.
The couple fled northbound on Beach Boulevard in a 2000 white Dodge Caravan with California license 5YNY592, Kohanek said.
Police were unable to find the registered owner of the van at a Los Angeles residence.
During the investigation, police discovered Flores had a criminal history and had been a deported felon. Kohanek said Flores was turned over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents and will be returned to Mexico.
Kohanek said Buena Park police turned over the findings of their investigation to Tijuana police.
Contact the writer: 714-704-3709 or desalazar@ocregister.com


http://www.ocregister.com/articles/police-kohanek-flores-2300567-buena-station
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Old 02-07-2009, 04:23 PM
 
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Hispanic Violence Trend On the Rise NASHVILLE, Tenn.- Police say it's a very disturbing trend. Metro police say they've seen a huge increase in the number of Hispanic murder victims. In many of these cases, [Hispanics are doing the killing. There are the images of justice investigators hold onto. In this case Martha Patlan and FBI's most wanted Genaro Dorantes, were brought back to Nashville after years on the run in Mexico. Both are charged with killing little Luis Cisneros in 2003. "Each one of these names consists of a case file," said Homicide Detective Pat Postiglione with Metro Police.

NewsChannel 5.com - Nashville, Tennessee - Hispanic Violence Trend On the Rise

We have enough of our own problems; why can't they keep their trash on their side of the border?
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Old 02-07-2009, 04:26 PM
 
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Man pleads guilty to harboring several illegal aliens in FEMA trailer (http://www.wwltv.com/topstories/stories/wwl020509cbfema.2163b160.html?npc - broken link) ARABI, La. -- A 55-year-old man pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court for harboring five illegal immigrants and shielding them from detection from immigration authorities. Abdul Rahman Khan, who resides in Arabi and Baton Rouge, pleaded guilty to the one-count Bill of Information. He now faces five years in prison and a $250,000 fine. In the months of December 2008 and February, March, May and June in 2008, Khan accepted cash for the five illegal immigrants so that they could stay in a FEMA trailer that he owned at 7501 West Judge Perez Dr. in Arabi. The fee, which was $400 a month, covered the cost of rent and utilities.

Man pleads guilty to harboring several illegal aliens in FEMA trailer | News for New Orleans, Louisiana | Top Stories | News for New Orleans, Louisiana | wwltv.com (http://www.wwltv.com/topstories/stories/wwl020509cbfema.2163b160.html?npc - broken link)
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Old 02-08-2009, 05:18 PM
 
Location: Where laws can be ignored due to political correctness
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WIS News 10 - Columbia, South Carolina | Sheriff: Three illegal immigrants tried to kill Lexington deputy
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Old 02-08-2009, 05:21 PM
 
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LEXINGTON, SC (WIS) - Lexington County deputies say a man and two teenagers are charged with trying to kill a deputy responding to a call about a suspicious vehicle, according to Sheriff James Metts.
Metts says the three opened fire with a 12-gauge shotgun while Deputy Ted Xanthakis and a police dog were in Xanthakis' marked patrol car, at around 3:00am Sunday on Oakwood Drive near West Columbia.
Pellets from the shotgun damaged the door frame and windows on the passenger's side of the patrol car, but Xanthakis and the dog were not injured.
Seventeen-year-old Carlos Alfredo Diaz De Leon and 20-year-old Lucino Guzman Guttierrez are charged with assault and battery with intent kill, and De Leon is also charged with unlawfully possessing a handgun and driving without a valid driver's license.



What will it take for our stupid government to seal the border and get these psychotic, dysfunctional losers out of this country?

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Old 02-08-2009, 05:29 PM
 
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Kitten-stomper gets year in jail

(02-06) 15:38 PST REDWOOD CITY -- A Redwood City man was sentenced to a year in jail Friday for stomping a kitten to death because his roommate's 4-year-old daughter had drawn all over the bathroom door.

Jesus Calderon-Franco, 33, pleaded no contest in December to felony abuse for killing the 4-month-old kitten, named Pucci.


At a hearing Friday, Judge Clifford Cretan of San Mateo County Superior Court also placed Calderon-Franco on three years' probation, although he is expected to be deported to his native Mexico after he finishes his jail sentence, said Steve Wagstaffe, chief deputy district attorney.

The incident happened Nov. 30. Calderon-Franco, who had been drinking, became angry that the girl had drawn on the bathroom door in their apartment, Wagstaffe said.

Calderon-Franco grabbed the kitten by the neck, squeezed the animal and threw it off the second-story balcony. He then went outside and stomped the kitten to death.

The girl's uncle saw the attack, and the father found blood on the sidewalk and the kitten dead in a nearby trash can. A necropsy revealed that Pucci had died of multiple fractures.

Kitten-stomper gets year in jail

There are no words for the multitude of psychopaths and degenerates that hail from that crap hole. . . .

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Old 02-12-2009, 04:29 PM
 
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Phoenix - kidnapping capital of the country?
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Old 02-13-2009, 04:16 AM
 
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I saw that on the news last night. Apparently, the drug cartel violence has picked up substantially and primarily taken up residence in Phoenix.
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Old 02-13-2009, 04:18 AM
 
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Two men have confessed to raping an 11-year-old girl who was abducted on her way to school a week ago, the Orange County Sheriff's Office said.

Construction workers Richard Morales-Marin, 23, and Juan Hernandez-Munzalvo, 24, were arrested late Wednesday on charges of armed sexual battery on a child, kidnapping of a child and lewd molestation and were being booked into the Orange County Jail early today.


2 men confess to rape of 11-year-old girl -- OrlandoSentinel.com (http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/local/orange/orl-suspects1209feb12,0,6471069.story - broken link)



Police say Richard Morales-Marin (left) and Juan Hernandez-Munzalvo confessed to raping an 11-year-old girl. (ORANGE COUNTY JAIL / February 12, 2009)

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/media/photo/2009-02/45024195.jpg (broken link)
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Old 02-13-2009, 05:40 AM
 
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I saw that on the news last night. Apparently, the drug cartel violence has picked up substantially and primarily taken up residence in Phoenix.
And the people here in the Phx area are turning in more and more drop houses-----------we are just pissed.
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