Monday, May 09, 2005

Illegal Aliens...

...make up 1/3 of U.S. penitentiary residents. 90% of outstanding homicide warrants in L.A. are for illegal aliens. 80,000 illegal aliens that have been deported have criminal records. Pretty staggering (and discouraging) statistics. This subject has been in the news lately thanks to the attention that the Arizona Minutemen have forced upon the issue...but politicians are reluctant to touch this. This is the real third rail --the untouchable problem. No one wants to take the chance of offending the fastest growing minority in the U.S. and risk losing Hispanic votes...

In my eyes, this has NOTHING to do with Hispanics, or more specifically Mexicans. This has to do with security first and assimilation second. It is our government's responsibility to put the security of its citizens before political ambition (yes, I am naive!) There is a disturbing story --brought to the public eye NOT by the NY press, but by Bill O'Reilly --that embodies the gravity of the problem at hand.

"Mary [Nagle] was a regular American, the mother of two small children [6 & 8 yrs], living [on Long Island]. Last Friday, a power washing company showed up at Mary's house to clean the porch. A few hours later, police say one of the workers, an illegal alien, brutally [raped and] murdered the 42-year old woman. The man then called the numbers on Mary's cell phone, taunting her family and friends with what he had done.

The alien, 29-year-old Ronald Gerera Castellanos, is a Guatemalan, who overstayed his tourist visa four years ago and has been running around ever since. Police arrested him a few hours after Mary was found dead.

In 2002, the guy was arrested for beating up a woman, but the judge let him go. And he skipped his court appearance. Despite that, he was still able to get a job with the washing company because he carried a California driver's license."(source1)(source2)

Given the glaring lack of coverage by the MSM, it is hard to find details about this, but Castellanos was charged with 15 counts of murder for this crime. "Rockland County Prosecutor Louis Valvo said he could not remember a similar list against a defendant in his nine years as a prosecutor." (source) This was an easily preventable murder. What about the judge that let him go the last time...?

The time for leniency has ended. Our borders can be crossed with the proper documentation and those who disregard that tarnish all those that haven't (much like quotas). It is time to force the issue...

You can start by signing this petition...
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