Pertinent info missing in reporting death of PPD officer

May 21, 2016

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It’s become routine in reporting homicides.  Names of suspects are withheld pending what…? Notification of the victim’s relatives has taken place. Release of the location where the crime occurred is not the problem. In the case of the murder of a Phoenix police officer this past week, most of the relevant data regarding the victim’s age, assignment, family left behind to mourn the tragic loss has been made available. Funeral arrangements and memorials honoring the life of the exemplary public servant have been publicized.  The Phoenix Law Enforcement Association has announced plans for a benefit cookout to aid the officer’s family. PLEA Charities is also accepting donations. Flags are flying at half-staff at the direction of the governor.

Again, the missing component is the name of the perpetrator. It took an additional day to find out that Israel Santos-Banos, 19, was the craven shooter who was in turn shot and killed by responding officers at the residence in the 7700 block of South 48th Lane.

The appalling facts: Phoenix Police Officer David Glasser, 35, a husband and father of two young children and a 12-year department veteran was gunned down mid-afternoon responding to a call of a burglary in progress from the father of the cold blooded killer, reporting his son had stolen his guns. Officer Glasser and five other officers dutifully responded to the scene.  That’s what they do. David Glasser’s life was cut far too short in the driveway of the residence by a cowardly punk.

Also missing is the status of 19-year-old murderer, Israel Santos-Banos. If we’re waiting for the Periódico de la República de Arizona (Arizona Republic) to tell us if he was an illegal alien or an anchor baby, the wait may be a long one.

Maybe forever.

 

Photo: PPD


Ex State Rep. Mark DeSimone charged with murder

May 18, 2016

According to a recent account of Mark DeSimone’s travails in the Juneau Empire News, the domestic violence charge that led the first-term Democrat to resign from the Arizona State Legislature in 2008, wasn’t the worst of it.

Now in Alaska, DeSimone has been charged with multiple counts of murder (court documents under link) resulting from a shooting at an Alaskan hunting lodge. KTOO Public Media reports the details.

KHNS Radio describes Excursion Inlet where the homicide took place as a remote and secluded community with a year-round population of less than a dozen residents.


Mexico exports its own citizens to influence US elections

May 14, 2016

Politico reports that Mexico is promising a “counteroffensive” to defeat GOP candidate Donald Trump in the elections to be held in the USA this November. The impoverished country run by brutal drug cartels and steeped in corruption is encouraging its own nationals living in the United States to become U.S. citizens in order vote in our elections to influence the outcome. Mexican leaders chafe at the idea that we have the right to secure our sovereign border from the continuing invasion of foreign nationals.

This is how Mexico treats those who illegally Invade its borders. Mexico’s own immigration policies, provided by Discover the Networks, are worth checking out

Remittances sent to Mexico by its nationals living in the United States totaled nearly $24.8 billion in 2015 — more than the country makes from oil revenues. This is in addition to the foreign aid Mexico receives from American taxpayers.

It remains politically incorrect to speak the truth about Mexico, but facts are stubborn things.

We wrote, “Hezbollah on our doorstep: Radical Muslims in border towns,” in 2011.  With the rise of Islamic terrorism in the intervening years, the numbers have only worsened.

As far back as October 2001, World Net Daily (WND) reported in an article titled Arab terrorists crossing border, that there has been a “tremendous increase in OTM’s (law enforcement’s term for ‘Other Than Mexicans’). Illegals from the former Soviet Union, Asia, and the Middle East are joining the flood of Mexicans, Central and South Americans — all slipping in through our incredibly accessible and porous Southern border. At the time, 15 years ago, apprehensions included illegals from the Sudan, Iraq, and even Iran.

How dare Mexico try to influence our elections!


McCain’s fundraiser busted for meth lab, hard drugs, explosives, counterfeit cash

April 27, 2016

Profitable side line for McCain fundraiser

Raw Story reports that John McCain’s fundraiser has been busted for a having an operational meth lab in her home, along with LSD, cocaine, heroin, methamphetamines, explosive materials  and counterfeit cash.

 Emily Orme Pitha, 34, campaign fundraiser for McCain’s 2016 reelection, previously worked as a staffer for now retired Sen. Jon Kyl, who passed her on to John McCain. Her boyfriend, Christopher Hustrulid, 36, was also taken into custody by Maricopa County Sheriff’s detectives. Two children, ages 5 and 10, live in the house and were exposed to the meth lab.  Read the complete report here.


Hillary miscalculates Obama’s cache

April 24, 2016

Obama’s third term comes packaged in a coughing, bloated and shrill persona 

Hillary has picked a bad time to run for Obama’s third term. After the mayor of London called Obama out for his Kenyan allegiances as the cause for threatening Great Britain with trade sanctions if it leaves the EU, the Germans have taken to the streets expressing their fury with Barack Obama.

The Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) has run into major opposition, especially in Germany, Europe’s strongest economy. Tens of thousands protested as Obama arrived in Germany to pitch his trade deal.  The city of Hanover, alone, drew a crowd reported to be 90,000 anti-Obama demonstrators.

Obama’s Trans-Pacific Partnership was another mind-boggling power grab authorizing irreversible authority, since treaties supersede statutes under the U.S. Constitution. 

Yet liberals on CNN have gleefully declared Hillary is embracing Obama’s third term “wholeheartedly.” That strategy would obviously be problematic with an informed electorate. The Democrats, however, rely on pathetically uninformed, fraudulent, illegals and convicted felon voters.


ACLU sues for illegals’ enhanced rights

April 13, 2016

In June 2015 Seeing Red AZ provided a headache inducing glimpse into California under the bizarre governorship of Jerry Brown in “Leftist lunacy:CA boosts illegals’ healthcare, wages….and even tackles global warming.”

Previously, in 2014, we posted, “Have you heard? The USA is “the other Mexico.” Those were the words of Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto during a trip to California when he called on other states to “evolve” like California so the United States can be more like his home country. Standing alongside LA Mayor Eric Garcetti and Gov. Jerry Brown, Pena Nieto called for amnesty legislation and open borders while criticizing governors who have taken strong positions against illegal immigration. Gov. Brown told the crowd, including illegals, “You’re all welcome in California.” (brief video.)

Now we read that the ACLU Foundation of Southern California and the ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project have filed a class action lawsuit claiming that the federal government unfairly sets unacceptably high bond amounts for illegal aliens in deportation proceedings because it fails to consider their inability to pay — resulting in longer incarceration stints for those who illegally invade the USA.

Named in the suit as plaintiffs are Cesar Matias, an asylum seeking Honduran national fighting deportation, and Xochitl Hernandez, an illegal alien from Mexico convicted of shoplifting.. Their ACLU lawyers allege high bail violates the Fifth and Eighth Amendment rights of the foreign nationals.

The Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) has a much more cogent take on the issue. Dan Cadman writes:

The posting of bond by detainees being charged with immigration offenses is authorized by Section 236 of the Immigration and Nationality Act, 8 U.S.C. § 1226. The purpose behind detention or the posting of bonds in immigration expulsion proceedings is exactly the same as it is in criminal proceedings: first, to ensure the presence of the individual at the trial or deportation hearing; and second, where applicable, to protect the public safety. That is precisely the reason this lawsuit shouldn’t go anywhere.

Imagine, for a moment, an individual arrested for murder who comes up for a bond hearing before the presiding judge or magistrate. Does anyone think that the defendant’s ability to post bond is an intelligent substitute for ensuring the public safety and his appearance for trial?

Read the complete and enlightening CIS commentary on “immigration bonds.” You’ll be glad you did.

Insidious ACLU-think is not just confined to California. The left-wing organization has offices in every state in the union, Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico — an unincorporated U.S. territory currently $70 billion dollars in debt and seeking statehood.


Illegal alien just doing the work Americans refuse to do

January 22, 2016

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Personification of evil: Mother allowed pervert babysitter to offer three-year-old for sex

We’ve heard the mantra incessantly over the years. The open-borders/amnesty influence peddlers have been phenomenally successful at getting the Beltway elite in both parties and the media to embrace their blanket overgeneralizations and platitudes about illegal alien invaders.

“They just come here to work.” “They’re all Americans, too.” “Illegals aren’t criminals.”

A favorite cliché is “they’re just coming to do the jobs Americans refuse to do.”

Today we present Francisco Javier Rios-Covarrubias, 30, a sterling example to graphically illustrate that old saw.

The Arizona Republic unconscionably chose to headline the report of this monster, “Immigration hold placed on suspect accused of duct-taping Mesa girl.” If only duct tape had been the worst of it.

The 3-year-old toddler, whose panhandling mother had shaved her head to give her credibility as a cancer victim in order to raise funds from sympathetic passersby —  was left in the care of Rios-Covarrubias, who busied himself on the Internet soliciting sex from other men. On various  occasions, the child was left alone in the apartment.

Court documents provided the following information:

Mesa police received a tip from a man who had been at the apartment after he’d connected with Rios-Covarrubias over  the Internet about having sex. After the man arrived, he smelled a foul odor in the apartment. After a sexual encounter, he turned and saw Rios-Covarrubias, wearing a pink dress and blonde wig, standing next to the bound toddler. Rios-Covarrubias then asked the man if he wanted to have sex with the child. The man said he declined and left.

Police said the man returned later that evening to have consensual sex with the suspect, who told him the child was no longer there. The man contacted police after leaving the apartment for a second time. Officers performing a welfare check found the girl in a closet, with a black trash bag covering her body, leaving only her shaved head exposed. She was wearing a diaper and tee-shirt,  was covered with feces, and had multiple injuries including bruises, scratches and blisters. Her mouth, arms, hands and legs were duct taped.

Rios-Covarrubias and the child’s mother, Mayra Yomali Solis, 22, were arrested and the child was admitted to a Phoenix hospital. Mesa police said the girl’s condition was improving, although she did not speak. Solis admitted leaving the child with Rios-Covarrubias for extended periods, seeing her about one day a week.

Rios-Covarrubias faces charges of sex trafficking, kidnapping, sexual conduct with a minor and child abuse. Solis is facing child abuse charges.


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