Friday, June 11, 2010

Dead on the Arizona Mexico border

Some of you will recognize what that is.  Others, read on.

If you had any doubt as to why Arizonans and Americans support AZ SB 1070 in huge numbers, read the news stories below.  Dead found on the both sides of the international border.

Anyone who tells you that the violence isn't spilling over to the Arizona side of the international border, is a liar or an ignorant fool.

I am in possession of a number of photos of large stockpiles of weapons recovered seemingly by the Mexican authorities on the Mexican side of the border.  I have not been able to confirm a source for these photos yet and so they are not posted here.


2 Found Shot Dead Near Illegal Border Crossing in Arizona
Arizona authorities found two bodies near a common illegal border crossing Sunday, not far from where a deputy was shot last April, reports.

Emergency dispatchers in Pinal County reportedly received a 911 call Sunday night from a man saying he and his friend had been shot before the cell phone signal was lost.

Officials later found the bodies and two weapons, described as a long gun and handgun, according to the station.
Update 2 Bodies Found in Pinal County Desert
CASA GRANDE - Pinal County officials found two dead bodies in the desert off I-8 and milepost 150, not far from where a deputy was shot and injured in April.

Dispatch received a 911 call in Spanish from a man Sunday night stating that he and a friend had been shot. Then the cell phone signal was lost.

About an hour later, officials found the victims, dead. Two weapons, one an automatic rifle, were found nearby.

Detectives say the bodies were found about 500 to 1,000 yards from some sort of migrant camp and the area, known as Antelope Pass, can be a very dangerous place.

"Detectives are telling us that this scene is in an area considered a migrant camp, where people are dropped off... a transition point where they'll be picked up and moved to drop houses in the valley," says Lt. Tamatha Villar.

The victims had tattoos indicating that they're from the area. The victims were not carrying IDs, but one had a birth certificate on him so blood-soaked it could not be read. The Pinal County Sheriff's Office has not made a conclusion on the victims' legal status.

The area is a hot spot for human smuggling and illegal activity. Investigators aren't sure if the two men were part of the drug trade or just victims of the violence there.

It's a bullet hole.  In the sign which advises caution.  I added the arrow so you can't miss it.  This is not "on the border".  Casa Grande is 100 miles north of the border.  It's halfway to the Phoenix metropolitan area which is home to nearly 5 million people.  Why don't our elected officials care about the citizens of this country?  Why do they care infinitely more about the so-called poor migrants?  They are traitorous.
And that's not the worst of it.

Mexican police have found the shot and mutilated bodies of 11 men in a stolen van with Arizona plates near the US border, Reuters reports. The arms and legs of most of the bodies had been hacked off. Threatening messages believed to be from a drug cartel were left with the corpses. Police believe the same drug gang shot at a police station with heavy-caliber weapons the previous day.

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