Federal Judge says Arizona illegally immigrated into federal jurisdiction

Jul 28th, 2010 | By Michel Marizco | Category: General News, Immigration, Politics
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THE BORDER REPORT

I honestly thought she would go the other way, but U.S. District Court Judge Susan Bolton struck down four of the key provisions of Senate Bill 1070 this morning, marginalizing what’s been construed as the toughest state enforcement of federal immigration law in the country. The four key elements she blocked are:

1. Arizona will not be able to require cops to check the immigration status of someone they stop or arrest.

2. The segment of the law making it a crime to fail to carry immigration papers.

3. The segment that makes it a crime for an illegal migrant to seek or perform work.

4. Allowing police to make a warrantless arrest if they believe the person committed a crime that would lead to being deported.

This is the segment of Bolton’s ruling that bothers me:

“The court finds that preserving the status quo through a preliminary injunction is less harmful than allowing state laws that are likely preempted by federal laws to be enforced.”

In other words, Arizona’s illegal immigration influx is less of a problem than a patchwork of state laws trying to replace what the federal government is supposed to be doing. Which the federal government is NOT doing.

Arizona was scheduled to begin enforcing 1070 Thursday. The court just brought us right back where we started.

I find it unfortunate, not because I ever believed Arizona cops would actually have an impact on illegal immigration – they won’t – but because the new law forced the federal government to take action, and I had hoped that action would come in the methodology of a comprehensive immigration reform bill. Instead, no change; status quo.

I thought the judge would slap the feds around because last week, Bolton grilled the Obama Administration’s lawyers on the issue of preemption; asking how the state’s checking of identifications would be a preemptive act infringing on the Constitution’s supremacy clause that says federal law beats out state every time. The response from Justice Department was that because the status checks were mandatory, ICE would be over-whelmed by deportation and processing requests from Arizona law enforcement.

In essence, the United States argued they don’t have the manpower to deal with Arizona’s immigration law enforcement.

You can read the Judge’s decision in its entirety at TucsonSentinel.com.

Here’s the Feds’ public relations office’s response to the ruling:

“We believe the court ruled correctly when it prevented key provisions of SB1070 from taking effect.  While we understand the frustration of Arizonans with the broken immigration system, a patchwork of state and local policies would seriously disrupt federal immigration enforcement and would ultimately be counterproductive.

States can and do play a role in cooperating with the federal government in its enforcement of the immigration laws, but they must do so within our constitutional framework. This administration takes its responsibility to secure our borders seriously and has dedicated unprecedented resources to that effort. We will continue to work toward smarter and more effective enforcement of our laws while pressing for a comprehensive approach that provides true security and strengthens accountability and responsibility in our immigration system at the national level.”

Thank you for your acknowledgment that it is indeed broken.

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  1. hey darth, do you still “watching the mierda go away” from your house? i warned you that you better wait sitting on your lazyboy, pocho, lol!!!

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  2. Absolutely carnal! Your jailhouse experience should tell you that either way this law was headed for the Supreme Court and appelate courts. Not to worry! We shall overcome. Im very happy that portions made it thru, I actually thought the lefty Clinton appointee would strike it down. Arriba con todo, Adelante.

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    Valentina Reply:

    I know what you mean, this ruins everything!

    I was ready to call the sheriff’s office to let them know to be on the look out for a highly suspicious (and crazy) elderly (and decrepit) Mexican gentleman riding around intoxicated on a Harley.

    You know, just to make sure that there are no stolen Harleys out there and that decrepit old people don’t drive intoxicated and stuff and that justice is served. For the record, an anonymous call (from a good Samaritan) would have been enough to justify a random stop and search based on ‘reasonable suspicion.’

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    ilegal Reply:

    my jailhouse experiense? You prove to me that I’ve been in jail, I fooking dare you to prove it you jerk off! You should shut the fook up and shove your harley and your iphone up your arse, pocho c.uler0.

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    Rabbit Reply:

    I’m proud to say that my jailhouse experience tells me that Darth Vato is a complete lame!

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    YeYo Reply:

    I agree with Conejo..And I wouldlike to add that his wife took of with an Ilegal Alien recently that was working on his pool..A hitchiker told me this..lol

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  3. I hope this judge is proud of herself, she did not help America one bit today….just keep letting our country get taken over by people who don’t belong here..

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    yanawana Reply:

    That’s what some Native American is saying to himself/herself right now. damn pilgrims.

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    drift Reply:

    ROFLMFAO!!!!!!

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    Valentina Reply:

    Good point, and the Native Americans were not harassed about their documentation, instead, they were violently killed and slaughtered. It was literally genocide, before the term itself existed.

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    ihatemensos Reply:

    Es todo mi compa. punto. final.

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    Rabbit Reply:

    @ Beth Mahony

    The Judge is just following the law. Why is it that you think that Arizona does not have to follow the law like everyone else? You think that the laws only apply to everything else.

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    ihatemensos Reply:

    why did you not acknowledge that native american comment.

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    Rabbit Reply:

    Because I know you are right. No sense repeating you.

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  4. Where’s Dath Vato now?????? Rolll that up and smoke it!!!!!!!!

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  5. I am surprised that you thought she would go the other way, Michel. I knew Arizona was on shaky ground!

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    Valentina Reply:

    What do you mean by shaky ground? Were you referring to the fact that the state of Arizona continues to be the single state that tests the boundaries between government power and individual rights. The majority of the Supreme Court cases (that have to do with procedures) come from the enlightened and progressive state of Arizona, so I figured that’s what you meant.

    As for the judge’s ruling this afternoon, it’s only a minor set back and I doubt it’s going to stop Arpaio or Brewer on their relentless mission to target immigrants (legal or not).

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    Rabbit Reply:

    That’s exactly what I mean. Arizona, basically, does whatever the hell they want. They get away with a lot. There are huge problems in Arizona, but Arizona state government is out of line. I meant they were on shaky legal ground. This is for a higher court to decide.

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    vinotinto Reply:

    This ruling comes on a great day: the 142nd anniversary of the 14th Amendment of our Constitution which states in part that no State shall “deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.” It grants EQUAL PROTECTION TO ANY PERSON, it does not say any citizen, or any white person or make any distinction.

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    El Flaco Reply:

    I’m sure that whenever these laws were written they did not expect that in the future the country would be over-run by illegals. That the jails and schools would be full of non-citizens.

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  6. I am a italian and its amazing how when i am profiled or stereotyped i keep my mouth shut. I have been pulled out of line in customs many times. I have been pulled over by police and interrogating for simply driving a nice car in a bad neighborhood. Its common sense police are doing there job. If you have nothing to hide there is nothing to be concerned about. I have no problem with immigrants to this country, if you want to come here and make a better life for yourself good for you. This country was founded on immigrants. I think it is a bad way to start off by breaking the law. Then they are rewarded for doing so. There is no clear cut answer to immigration i realize it, but an officer should be able to ask someone for proper form of citizenship. I have no problem with being stereotyped because of my background alot of people in the circumstances i have been stereotype in are usually up to no good.

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    drift Reply:

    ohhhhhh…. forget about it…………

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    Valentina Reply:

    I get your point, but the truth is that we would never understand what it’s like in Arizona. You live in New York and I live in Miami, our cities don’t have the manpower to stop everyone that “looks” like an illegal immigrant. I agree, there’s stereotyping (which I still find offensive), but you know very well that in NY or MIA, these guys are not looking to stop anyone so as to request their documents in order to verify their legal status.

    Leave that to backward-thinking states like Arizona.

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  7. Wow, Caramba, que bellos! Just like textbook lefties, Congratulations graduates of the Saul Alinsky institute, Man you guys are so easy to read. Anoche, all of you were llorando, maybe Darth is right, damn, el vato just might have it all…no one would comment on my posts except to attack character (the liberal way)then pow today, and all you zurditos come out like you won the lottery. I love it! Remember the Supreme Court is still 5-4 on the side of sense! Its gonna be a Chill of an Early Fall! Daludos, besos, un fuerte Abrazo de su carnal de la tierra de Dios (USA)! Oh say can you see………

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    Tu Padre Reply:

    Darth,

    Esas mamadas ya sabes donde van!

    I bet you have never had 1 dozen cops run into your house without a warrant and harrase your family just because you are not white. Without the constitution being inplace it makes “la tierra de dios” no better than the Sudan.

    What justifies the cops actions? A neighbor calling the cops and saying someone is screaming for help from inside that house.

    Anyone that labels himself right or left has pre concieved ideas and does not alow himself room to make objective decisions.

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    Rabbit Reply:

    Hey, I agree with you. But I am italian american and I have had those same cops run up in my house harrassing me. I know what it’s like to be violated.

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    Tu Padre Reply:

    Rabbit,

    Not that I am casting judgment, but based on your previous posts you probably had it coming. Actually let me retract. No ones rights should ever be violated not even if they are a known criminal. It is what makes this country the Greatest in the World. Without the constitution and the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness we are no better than Iran.

    Me on the other hand, the only thing I did wrong was move into a white neighborhood and have a BBQ with some not so loud music. You work hard and start to reap the benefits and you want to improve the living situation for your family. Typically white neighborhoods are safer, have better schools and devote more resources to the kids.

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    Curious Reply:

    @Rabbit – Your italian american? I always assumed you were from Mexico.

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    Rabbit Reply:

    No, but I have lived around the Mexicans my whole life. I am actually a white guy. Handsome as hell. Lol!

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    Curious Reply:

    haha, that’s cool. But you do speak spanish right? Damn, I must be totally confused,

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    rabbit Reply:

    For sure. I have known a lot of good people.

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    Valentina Reply:

    @ Curious

    Mexican? I thought he was white (like all American).

    @ Rabbit

    I thought you were all American (not Mexican or Italian). Pretty cool, I know an Italian (like 100%) attorney in Cleveland, he does personal injury over there. He’s good guy and the “Man’s man” type, I always point out that if he wasn’t Italian American he could pass for a Hispanic guy in South Florida.

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    Rabbit Reply:

    People have asked me if I’m hispanic befor. But ya, I’m the all around cool convict. I’m a mans man, as well.

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    Valentina Reply:

    Si, posso dire. But you mentioned that you were white, so I wasn’t sure if you meant Irish, Italian or all American. But yeah, Italian makes a lot more sense. And I meant that as a compliment.

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    Rabbit Reply:

    Got your back, Girl.

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    Curious Reply:

    @Val idk, I just always thought he was from mexico or something not sure why, i guess because of him knowing a lot of people and families in the business down there.. I only know one other white guy that was cool with some big time guys like that down there. And I’ve never known a black guy that was close to high up guys down there, so I guess I just assumed he was mexican or at least part..

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    Rabbit Reply:

    Hey, dip shit. I have been saying it all along. Whenit first came out, I was the one screaming that it was unconstitutional. So stop tooting your own horn. And I am not a lefty. I am no Obama fan. Dislike the healthcare bill. Hate it all. But I do care about my rights! Hee haw!

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    ilegal Reply:

    i told you, didn’t i? now, go get your shoe shine box, vato!

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    Rabbit Reply:

    Ya, get your fooken shine box!

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  8. Darth- its not worth the headache man, you’re talking with people who actually don’t have any idea what money is, where it comes from, and how it works. When the US government goes belly up, there will be a sudden swing right, and everything will get fixed. Can’t say when that will be but when they do things like they did today, that just speeds up the process. We’ll get through this don’t worry, let them have their fun and rejoice, they won the battle, the war is just starting.

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    Tu Padre Reply:

    Acutally brother I hear what your saying but you got it twisted. Drive around any major City and count the number of spanish bill boards. In Miami people are allowed to file legal documents in spanish. We have a bunch of American Communities popping up all over Mexico. Put 2 and 2 together. With globalization (nafta) the border will disappear in 20 years. The money will flow but not to you or me.

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    El surfer Reply:

    thats how I see it from here…

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    Valentina Reply:

    For the record, I live in Miami and I work for an attorney, and thus, I file pleadings on a daily basis and I have never filed a motion, a memorandum of law in support of a motion, a notice or an affidavit in Spanish without a notarized translation of same.

    In fact, I’ve only filed affidavits in Spanish accompanied by a translation of the document in English, for clients who are only fluent in Spanish.

    Florida rules of criminal and civil procedures require every pleading or document pertaining to any case to be in English.

    Feel free to call the Miami-Dade County Clerk’s office at (305) 275-1155 in order to confirm the above information.

    The one thing I am proud of is that our Clerk did an excellent job in renovating the website and it can be read in English and Spanish.

    English version: http://www.miami-dadeclerk.com/

    Spanish: http://www.miami-dadeclerk.com/home_sp.asp

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    Tu Padre Reply:

    The spanish in Maimi comment, I am sure I read it in an article several years ago. I Live in L.A. so i dont know first hand. If I recall correctly, the article went something like this.

    The Maimi City counsel has approved a resolution that will allow people to receive and submit their legal documents in spanish. The measure was approved because over 51% of the population speak spanish.

    I never followed up after that and assumed it was infact law. Anyway I stand correct. Just have one question? Are you as hot as you are smart?

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    Valentina Reply:

    I don’t think I am, no.

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    Vincent Hanna Reply:

    I’m talking about the government’s money, it will run dry, then there will be this sudden policy change, they’ll slam that border shut. nothing comes in, things will go out, things that we will start to produce again, build again, and export again. Union’s will go bye-bye, and the American workers will have to WORK again, it will be a great day when that happens, and the age of entitlement will be long gone.

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    Rabbit Reply:

    Vincent, I get a kick out of you. Crack me up. Please don’t go over to the dark side and shack up with Vato. That would ruin my image of you. But I do agree the government belly up thing. They gto shit twisted.

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    Vincent Hanna Reply:

    Darth is good people’s, he is the kind of guy that even at the worst of times, he still finds time for humor, and he can laugh at himself, if we can’t laugh at ourselves, then what is the point.

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    Rabbit Reply:

    For sure, Man. I definately respect that.

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    Tu Padre Reply:

    The border will never be slammed shut! You have to be realistic bro. The reason Calderon declared war on the Cartels is because he wants to turn Mexico into the next Manufacturing country. The Drug trade makes people independent of the system. First You take the people out of the mota field and move them into the manufacturing plant. You make them slaves to their jobs by making them finance a car and a house so that they need the job. It is a well known fact that mexicans are hard workers and they dont complain much. If mexico can show a reduction in Narcotics trafficking the U.S. will loosen up the borders which is the biggest thing slowing down commerce.

    The reality is that Mexico is now cheaper than China and the mechandize doesnt have to spend a month on the boat. The infrustructure is in place. The factories along the border, the exploited workforce, the newly paved roads (better than ours).

    The fact reamins that American enjoyed a very cushy life style for a long time. That is gone and it wont come back no matter how many tea bags you hang from your hat. You have to realize that everything is calculated by a formula. If you watch MSNBC or one of the other money stations, you will realize that everything is tied together and we are screwed.

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    Darth Vato Reply:

    Asi es Vincent! Caramba, La Morra Valentina attacks, the illegal guy….just character whackings, no saben otra. No substance, its the liberal way. How about those liberal changing the sentencing limits on crack today, so that the ghetto lefties dont have to go up longer unless they possess more, the good thing is eventually they dry up and die anyway. This crese-rodilla sure wants to change our country but real change is around the corner. Today is a partial block, no biggie……the real game starts this fall just like football….you lefties know about football right? I mean its not soccer or any other 3rd world game, I mean real American Football, upper body strength, 4.4 speed at 290 lbs, kinda like the right movement headed for November! Arriba con common sense!

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    Valentina Reply:

    Claro, real football is what a pendejo y viejo arrepentido like you calls soccer. En realidad eres una basura de hombre y heso que antes te tenia el más mínimo respeto (por su edad claro)…Pero obvio que no se puede porque eres un viejo baboso y ridiculo.

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    Darth Vato Reply:

    Wow! amargoza tambien! In honor of this partial and premature “block” I have decided to treat myself to a 2011 Harley Davidson Heritage Softail Classic! Made in the USA. (I have to drown my disappointment) The new ones came out today! They are beautiful! I will have no trouble picking up a tramp stamp liberal baby (con grandes ta-tas too)! Valentina would you like a ride, Im coming to a theater near you! …..Im also upgrading my iPhone 3 to iPhone 4, dont really need it, but because I can I want to enjoy the nicer things in life, I mean trabajo como burro and I need to reward myself and all my liberal lady friends. They are so nice.. They know very little about politics, they just like to ride and play with my chrome on the bike. I love living in the USA! Lets Ride !

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    Rabbit Reply:

    Please, wear your helmet.

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    Darth Vato Reply:

    thanks Rabbit always do!

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    Rabbit Reply:

    That road rash hurts like hell. Speaking from experience.

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    Valentina Reply:

    I’ve told you before that I don’t have a tramp stamp and that you probably won’t fancy me due to the lack of ink on my body. And you’re old enough to be my great-grandfather.

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    Rabbit Reply:

    Don’t worry about him. You can chill with me. Some real Man loving. Oh ya, I’m feeling it. LMAO!

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    Darth Vato Reply:

    never mind amor, you probably dont wear make up either.

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    Valentina Reply:

    Actually, you’d be surprised. But we can discuss that during our deep and serious conversation – I’m looking forward to it.

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    ilegal Reply:

    wow! now that’s a true gentleman right there, it takes some high grade of education to call a tramp, a woman you don’t even know.

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    Rabbit Reply:

    Hey, what’s everyone going to do when they can’t go to mcdonalds or play x box? They will really shit. Ha, I’ve been waiting for the whole damn thing to crash for a while. That’s gonna be a trip. That’s when I will light up and smile. Oh, ya. Not that Mex swag either. The real good shit.

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  9. I read this post on the comments section of yahoo news.

    Cross the North Korean border illegally you get 12 years hard labor.
    If you cross the Iranian border illegally you are detained indefinitely.
    If you cross the Afghan border illegally, you get shot.
    If you cross the Saudi Arabian border illegally you will be jailed.
    If you cross the Chinese border illegally you may never be heard from again.
    If you cross the Venezuelan border illegally you will be branded a spy and your fate will be sealed.
    If you cross the Cuban border illegally you will be thrown into political prison to rot.
    If you cross the United States border illegally you get:
    1 – A job
    2 – A driver’s license
    3 – A Social Security card
    4 – Welfare
    5 – Food stamps

    What I find funny is the list of countries used to compare to the US. These are typically countries that Tea baggers concider the axis of evil. So what do you want? Too be the land of the free or North Korea. Make up your mind

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    Curious Reply:

    Good point, another thing is where in the U.S. can an illegal immigrant get a valid drivers license, social security card, welfare or food stamps?

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    ilegal Reply:

    yeah, we illegals need to know that.

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    Darth Vato Reply:

    you missed the point completely Sacerdote, all the countries consider themselves “for the people” leftist socialist communist places that the left adores (except for the ME she-it holes) that are anti anything more modern than the 4th century. Castro and Chavez havens are a favorite of you modern warriors of the left……simply if a country tends to lean as if they are for all the people, the reality is its a 3rd world dump. Dont know how many of you have lived outside this wonderful country, my guess would be few from your statements and views and those that have lived there left that crap to come here where your perception is a better life and probably is. The world outside of our wonderful country in those crapped out regions is a sorry state, wish you lefties had defended our country or lived and felt the oppression. Maybe then you might appreciate what we truly want to protect and why we want some form of prosperity and success for our children. But never mind…have you seen the polls, change is coming and in a few months all this becomes a nightmare for the left, and the near term looks even brighter You see for us Americans proud of our country we always understand that the future is brighter. Not a community organizer apologizing to general groups of crap around the world and all that that implies. As for the carnales in Arizona, that keep up the fight, the win is near. This was never about shooing away the hardworking people that come to our country its about eliminating the mierda like a lativa. The left has made it into a case against brown, the color is indeed brown, but the texture is mierda. Eliminate the crap and drug dealers, the crime and the pain that goes with it and maybe just maybe we can control and welcome those that abide by the law. The sad thing in this whole fight is that the left has never attempted to separate the mierda from the good. Fact is the left rarely does that. Chooses instead to mix it all for selfish reasons that many are now seeing (again I point to the polls). The campaign was about something different, Remember? Its now a reality of something else. Que suerte that I sure wasnt on that ship of fools. Change is coming. Lets Ride!

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    El surfer Reply:

    Didnt we just come out of an 8 year nightmare? I dont see how going back will make it better.

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    Darth Vato Reply:

    I never meant or mean to go back to the previous 8 years but we sure as hell cant continue like the last 2 yrs either.. Carnal, dont slice that piece of history with a dull “nyfa” 2001 changed the world, those poo-toes muslims caused a lot of harm for the planet, no nomas nosotros….it turned the world upside down including our direction……I mean keep going forward, blue or red, but stay away from the fringes…..Ill be the first one to admit fringe right is trouble too, but carnal we aint ever had anything this far left tricked out like we got now. We are going broke, bra-tha, y este tipo is taking us down…..ya no puedemos. We got a take a break, get our heads on straight and shake this clika de pendejos en Washington. Si no we are going to end up like some of the mierda in Europe, we aint like those countries. Bra-thas we are better, not perfect-comprendo, but a hell of a lot better and oh so strong…….cambio !

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    rabbit Reply:

    I somewhat agree with you.

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    yanawana Reply:

    people are scared shitless that the “left” is undoing the “fabric ” of american society and values…it aint’ the “left” screwing things up…it’s obama doing the bidding of the banks, oil companies and other money makers and the “tea party” glenn beck, orielly, and others are scaring people to the point of wanting to shoot “liberals”. obama aint’ no muslim or left winger or liberal. he aint changed shit. that’s why that crap happened in the gulf of mexico. the corporate powers dont give a damn about us. we’re just consumers and “citizens”. as long as we behave and feed our money to the beast and vote for the preselected “candidate” we are all right. nothing changes it just gets worse. that’s why the society is falling apart and people are snapping and shooting each other. oh, and thank you all for all your insights, you guys have a lot of different perspectives which is good. thank god for this website.

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  10. El levantón de cuatro periodistas en Gómez Palacio, Durango – uno de ellos reportero del programa “Punto de Partida” de la periodista Denisse Mercker -, ha dejado al descubierto una guerra de videos entre los grupos delictivos que se dispetunian la plaza de Durango: “El Cártel de Sinaloa” y “Los Zetas” / Los periodistas desaparecidos fueron levantados por sicarios del cártel de Sinaloa al mando de Joaquín Guzmán Loera (a) el “Chapo” Guzmán

    CANCUN, Q. ROO, 27 de julio (De la Redacción) .-El levantón de cuatro periodistas en Gómez Palacio, Durango – uno de ellos reportero del programa “Punto de Partida” de la periodista Denisse Mercker -, ha dejado al descubierto una guerra de videos entre los grupos delictivos que se dispetunian la plaza de Durango: “El Cártel de Sinaloa” y “Los Zetas”.
    De manera oficial, la Comisión Nacional de Derechos Humanos, CNDH, dio a conocer este martes que desde lunes desaparecieron cuatro periodistas en Durango y exigió a las autoridades tomar las medidas necesarias para localizarlos.
    En un comunicado, el organismo informó que un reportero de Multimedios y dos camarógrafos de Televisa, Gómez Palacio, fueron levantados por sicarios (secuestro sin intención de pedir rescate) alrededor del mediodía del 26 de julio. En tanto, un reportero del periódico El Vespertino, de Gómez Palacio, Durango, fue levantado alrededor de las once de la noche de ese mismo día.
    De acuerdo a la información recabada hasta este momento, uno de los periodistas pertenece al grupo de trabajo del Programa Punto de Partida que ha sido condicionado por el cártel de Sinaloa encabezado por Joaquín Guzmán Loera alias el “Chapo” Guzmán, para que difunda unos videos, lo que considera la “realidad” de la matanza del 17 de julio en Gómez Palacio de Durango, así como la verdadera historia sobre el proteccionismo que entregaba la directora del Centro de Readaptación Social número 2 de Durango, Margarita Rojas Rodríguez, al grupo de “Los Zetas” desde el mismo penal.

    La guerra de narcovideos
    Desde el pasado jueves 22 de julio, un narcovideo fue subido al portal de videos http://www.youtube.com, donde aparecen presuntos miembros de un grupo denominado, “La última letra”, que le preguntan a un Policía Municipal de Lerdo de nombre Rodolfo Nájera, sobre si los rivales de “Los Zetas” prefieren matar gente inocente que enfrentarlos. La respuesta del policía municipal es un “sii” titubeante.
    Posterior a este video, apareció una emisión más el viernes 23 de julio en la pagina web http://www.blogdelnarco.com donde se muestra la revelación de un policía de Torreón Coahuila y cuyo nombre es Ramón Gerardo Adame, quien sostiene que tanto la delegación estatal de la PGR como la Procuraduría de Justicia de Coahuila encabezada por Jesús Torres, Charles, protegen y trabajan para “Los Zetas” en la comarca lagunera.
    En ambos videos se acusan versiones “realistas” de cómo los grupos delictivos reciben protección de los cuerpos policiacos, tal y como ocurre en muchos Estados de la República Mexicana.

    El levanton de reporteros por parte del
    Cartel de Sinaloa
    Sin embargo, la guerra de videos ha ido más allá. La desaparición de cuatro comunicadores en Durango es parte de la guerra de narcovideos que ahora libran tanto los “Zetas” como los miembros del cártel de Sinaloa en la red cibernética.
    De acuerdo con fuentes extra oficiales federales, los cuatro periodistas desaparecidos fueron levantados por sicarios del cártel de Sinaloa al mando de Joaquín Guzmán Loera (a) el “Chapo” Guzmán.
    El motivo del levanton fue para que el programa que conduce Dennisse Mercker denominado “Punto de Partida”, difunda la versión de cómo la directora del penal número 2 de Durango, trabajaba para los Zetas.
    De hecho, uno de los reporteros levantados, fue reconocido como parte del equipo de trabajo del programa que es presentado por la cadena Televisa y que también se puede observar en la pagina web http://www.tvelución.com
    El objetivo del levanton de periodistas, es que se difunda a la opinión pública la historia de Margarita Rojas Rodríguez, quien apenas el 19 de agosto del 2009 fue designada como nueva directora del Centro de Readaptación Social No. 2 de Gómez Palacio, Durango y en donde el pasado viernes se reportó una pelea entre internos que dejó un saldo de 20 muertos.
    Margarita Rojas Rodríguez, es señalada de dar proteccionismo a un comando armado de los “Zetas” que “vivía” dentro del penal y salía ocasionalmente del reclusorio para llevar a cabo ejecuciones.
    Cabe señalar que hace dos meses, Rojas Rodríguez recibió el premio “La Mujer del año” 2010 de parte del gobierno estatal de Durango encabezado por Ismael Hernández Deras
    Asimismo, la región conocida como la Laguna, integrada por ciudades de Coahuila y Durango, es dispetuniada por los cárteles de Sinaloa y los Zetas, y en los últimos meses se ha convertido en una de las zonas más violentas del país.

    También en
    Quintana Roo

    AFI y PGR al servicio de los “Zetas” también en Quintana Roo
    Es así que con las revelaciones encontradas por las autoridades judiciales de Durango en torno a como Agentes Federales de Investigación, (AFI) estaban al servicio de “Los Zetas”, son el ejemplo de cómo en la mayor parte de los estados las delegaciones estatales de la PGR sirven a la delincuencia organizada, tal y como ocurre también en Quintana Roo.
    Esta situación no es nueva. Los diarios Por Esto dieron a conocer desde el mes de noviembre 2007 como la PGR en la entidad y cómo los elementos de la AFI, de día eran policías federales y por la noche despachaban como sicarios de los “Zetas” en los principales destinos turísticos de Quintana Roo como son Cancún y Riviera Maya
    Esta historia de delincuencia oficial, se comenzó a gestar desde el año 2004 cuando el actual Secretario de Seguridad Pública Federal, Genaro García Luna, tomó las riendas de la Dirección General de la entonces recién creada, Agencia Federal de Investigación, AFI.
    En el caso de Quintana Roo, la PGR y la AFI han estado entregadas al grupo de los “Zetas” desde el 2004 hasta la fecha. Por medio de proteccionismo, la dependencia federal funge como un despacho “legal” para el grupo armado, mientras que la otrora agencia federal, era un centro de reclutamiento para tener sicarios preparados y con charolas policiacas oficiales.

    La confirmación
    Un informe de la SIEDO emitido el pasado mes de febrero del 2009 – tras el asesinato del general de Brigada DEM Mauro Enrique Tello Quiñones -, sostiene que el cártel del Golfo tenia el control total de la delegación estatal de la PGR en ese entonces a cargo de Nicolás Hernández Zaragoza, así como de 60 miembros de la AFI en Quintana Roo.
    Además también tiene dentro de su nómina a agentes de la Policía Judicial del Estado y de la policía estatal.
    Originalmente, Cancún era una de las plazas más codiciadas por los ocho carteles del país y en el 2004, cuando estaba en manos del cártel de Sinaloa, fue tomada por los Zetas con el apoyo de funcionarios y agentes de la PGR.
    Con apoyos oficiales que, según testimonios contenidos en el expediente 11/2005, fueron aportados por la PGR y la SIEDO, el grupo armado de “Los Zetas” arremetió contra la célula del narcotráfico encabezada en Cancún por Ismael “El Mayo” Zambada, a quien desplazaron con el apoyo de una veintena de exkaibiles, todos ellos desertores del Ejército guatemalteco, que habían sido contactados en la ciudad de Petén, Guatemala.
    Para la ocupación de la plaza más codiciada por los ocho cárteles que operan en el país, “Los Zetas” dispusieron además de un fuerte respaldo de altos mandos de la PGR, pues según se desprende del expediente AP/PGR/SIEDO/UEIDCS/329/2004, tenían buenas
    relaciones con funcionarios de primer nivel cuando el titular de la PGR era el general Rafael Macedo de la Concha.
    En el mismo expediente se afirma que en su momento, cuando “Los Zetas” ingresaron a Quintana Roo vía Cancún, el ex procurador Rafael Macedo de la Concha, sólo ordenó a José Luis Santiago Vasconcelos integrar la averiguación para consignar a todos los funcionarios de la delegación de la PGR en Quintana Roo.
    Dentro del mismo expediente, se afirma que la protección hacia “Los Zetas” la iniciaron agentes y funcionarios de la PGR en la entidad. Los nombres son los siguientes: Gustavo Mendoza González y Jesús Arturo Herrera Villarreal, agentes del Ministerio Público Federal.
    Así, la PGR en Quintana Roo ha pasado más de cinco años al servicio del Cártel del Golfo y como prueba de ello basta con observar su postura de bloquear las investigaciones de la “Operación Cancún” que hasta ahora, con el encarcelamiento de los tres funcionarios municipales y los ocho sicarios del grupo de “Los Zetas”, se ha llevado de manera contundente.

    El principal responsable
    Todo lo anterior se dio por el manejo realizado por Genaro García Luna desde la Agencia Federal de Investigación (AFI) tras el primer año de gobierno del entonces Presidente de la República, Vicente Fox Quesada.
    En ese momento, García Luna pactó con distintos cárteles de la droga en México una repartición de territorios que ha originado, en gran parte, la violencia que hoy se registra en distintas zonas del país. En el norte todos los días hay asesinatos y ejecuciones. Mientras tanto en el sureste del país las extorsiones a los sectores empresariales productivos de entidades como Quintana Roo se dan a la orden del día.
    Actualmente el sistema de seguridad federal en México es un caos. La corrupción e impunidad gestada desde el gobierno y manejada por personajes como Genaro García Luna, quienes reciben cantidades fuertes de dinero a cambio de vender información y protección a grupos criminales como los “Zetas”

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    Rabbit Reply:

    Those damn Zetas!

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  11. Esta es la mejor manera para que los gringos para resolver el extranjero ilegal que está causando:

    http://www.resist.com/other/border_patrol.swf

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    Michel Marizco Reply:

    The secret to the game seems to be clicking as fast as you can without trying to anticipate where they’re coming in through. No intelligence, all guesswork and most of them end up getting away. Much like the current immigration system.

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    Vincent Hanna Reply:

    LOL Ilegal never loses focus, always the drug war, always the drugs.

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    ilegal Reply:

    that’s the only war i understand, i know who the bad guys are, and i know who the good guys are, who, in this particular war, those good guys are worse then the bad guys.

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  12. Im going to go buy an Elton John CD, I mean Im not really into Elton John, es que es vato that likes vatos (sucio), but he told all the lefty boycotting musicians to grow up and get over it. Thats worth buyin a CD so he can get a few of my pennies. Viva Elton John, Yellow Brick Road to the White House. Gives a whole new meaning to Rocket Man.

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    Valentina Reply:

    Fine, I give up. The “vato that likes vatos (sucio)” comment was pretty funny.

    And frankly, I only checked the comments on the blog to read what you have to say and to bother you of course.

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    Darth Vato Reply:

    Im back with you, at least you have a sense of humor.

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    Darth Vato Reply:

    I think you would enjoy a deep serious conversation with me. I have a Masters Degree in Political Science (actually with a specific interest in Central American politics, Nicaragua exactly). I have lived in 4 Latin American countries and have traveled throughout Mexico, Central America and South America, visited every country in Latin America except Paraguay, Uruguay and Chile. I am not old enough to be your great grandfather or grandfather, but I do love motorcycles and despise what drugs, drug lords, drug traffickers and drug addicts have done to our country and children. My music likes are along metal rock, classic rock. Believe it or not I used to be a liberal, even voted for Clinton (once). Responsibility, children and the reality of leftists changed me. My own great grandfather was an illegal immigrant (not by his doing he was a child)……but my family respected law, worked hard and learned to accept disappointment, hard work and love of this country. You will never know the feeling of wanting to be in your own country when something makes you very proud and can’t be, worse the desire to display our beautiful flag in another country, knowing you can’t because your life is literally in danger for doing so. Not so here, people of all nations proudly display their flags on the streets, in cars (yeah Im sure you have seen the dumb PR flag on mirrors). And that is the wonder of the US, you can do it, sadly because so many can “do it” they step on those of us that truly have earned the right to be here. Not much separates me from lefties in this country except political existence on the ever obvious “fence of lean”, and I dont really think outside of those political differences much separates the rest of us……it is what is in each of our hearts Bella, that is what matters.

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  13. Oye cabrón Vincent Hanna, quién carajo te llaman “ilegales”?

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  14. Watch out Vinny, Chapo is after your ass!

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    ilegal Reply:

    literally, watch out for Chapo, just ask Nachito’s niece, lol!!

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  15. Chapo me la pela!

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  16. dem mesicans are gonna ruin the amercan ways of life
    we need to organsize and herd back to the desert bfore its too late
    maybe those zeta guys should be gaurding the borders for us

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    ilegal Reply:

    why are you writing in German?…or Norwegian?…

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    Darth Vato Reply:

    Nice try Pendejo, stick to spanglish

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    ihatemensos Reply:

    PENDEJO!!!!!

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  17. I hate to say this but after reading all the comments..I think I’m starting to warm up tp that Darth Vato dude,,Pobre compa dejenlo en paz…He loves his country just as we all should..I am proud to be an American as well..Even if I am an anchor baby in a way even though my parents are dual citizens when I was born they where illegal..Both my little brothers are of serving this country in the middle east and I am very proud of both of them..

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    Curious Reply:

    Yeah, I just like giving him a hard time but he’s funnier than hell and just tell’s it how he feels, which is how it should be. But everyone had to say something about him when that judge blocked SB1070. Because if it it would have gone the other way you know damn well that he would be having a field day on here.

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    Darth Vato Reply:

    I would fight to the death for the rights of both of you! Kudos to Yeyo’s brothers in the service of our country. Godspeed to both to return safely and this country’s ever thanks for generations to come for what they have done. AND if the law of SB1070 is to be shot down completely, well carnales there are many laws I hate….shin-gaa I love to grill in my front yard like the carnales in the neighborhood I grew up in, but its against my city ordinance and cant do it….but I have to respect it. I will respect the law that the courts mandate, whether I like it or not. Asi es la onda.
    Lets Ride !

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  18. All of you have to agree, Darth is a funny guy. I dislike the Arizona system. I have watched them destroy some really good people. I have even had an experience with Judge Susan Bolton. She was a really strait forward, but she does not have a problem sending people to prison. But hey, eveyone is entitled to their oppinion. We will just have to see how the apeals court handles this case. To be honest, the reasons Judge Bolton wrote in her ruling, were a lot different than I thought. I would not be surprised if this law ends up going into affect in some form. But all of us have to realise that the Arizona jails and prisons are packed. They don’t have the space to house ilegals. We will just have to see how it plays out.

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  19. this is so true

    I come for visit, get treated regal,
    So I stay, who care, illegal?
    I cross border, poor and broke,
    Take bus, see employment folk.

    Nice man treat me good in there,
    Say I need to see welfare.
    Welfare say, “You come no more,
    We send cash right to your door.”

    Welfare checks, they make you wealthy,
    Medicaid, it keep you healthy!
    By and by, got plenty money,
    Thanks to you, American dummy.

    Write to friends in motherland,
    Tell them come, as fast as can.
    They come in rags and Chebby trucks,
    I buy big house with Welfare bucks.

    They come here, we live together,
    More welfare checks, it gets better!
    Fourteen families moving in,
    Neighbor’s patience wearing thin.

    Finally, white guy moves away,
    I buy his house, and then I say,
    “Find more aliens for house to rent.”
    And in the yard I put a tent.

    Send for family (they just trash),
    But they, too, draw Welfare cash!
    Everything is mucho good,
    Soon we own the neighborhood.

    We have hobby–it’s called breeding,
    Welfare pay for baby feeding.
    Kids need dentist? Wife need pills?
    We get free! We got No bills!

    Americans crazy! They pay all year,
    to keep the welfare, running here.
    We think America darn good place.
    Too darn good for white man race.

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  20. Regan=Bush1=Clinton=Bush2=Obama. The thing that you have to realize is that these guys aren’t making policy, they are taking orders. It is all the same. You call me a lefty but I am the biggest Clinton basher out their. They are full of crap.

    Who is scarier? El Cartel de Sinaloa (Guzman, Zambada & Coronel) who thrived during the Vicente Fox Administration. Or The Walton Family (Christy, Jim, Alice, & S. Robson) who thrived during the Clinton Administration. Which group has done more damage to the American Way of life?

    Remember that the Clinton’s created NAFTA and Bush did nothing about it. He had Congress in his hand and could have “Secured” our borders in one weekend. But he chose to let it ride even if he knew it was flawed. “MIssion Accomplished”

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    Curious Reply:

    The thing is that Bush Sr. is the one who setup nafta and was getting it all ready, Clinton signed it in when he first took office but Bush Sr. was the one who basically created it all and ceremonially signed it, and clinton signed the final product. I hear people always blaming clinton which he is to blame but Bush Sr. promoted it and came up with it before Clinton signed it. So Bush Sr. was just as much a part of nafta as clinton was, maybe even more.

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    Tu Padre Reply:

    During bush 2 adminstration you see Bush Sr. and Clinton running around together conducting a PR campaign Bush 2. Regan=Bush1=Clinton=Bush2=Obama.

    Add the money of all the Waltons together and tell me who is the richest man in the world. They spread it evenly so they stay away from the top stories.

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  21. [...] Federal Judge says Arizona illegally immigrated into federal … [...]

  22. JrMaFia funny maybe you should read this one the Indians didn’t

    THE WRATH OF THE AWAKENED SAXON
    by Rudyard Kipling

    It was not part of their blood,
    It came to them very late,
    With long arrears to make good,
    When the Saxon began to hate.

    They were not easily moved,
    They were icy — willing to wait
    Till every count should be proved,
    Ere the Saxon began to hate.

    Their voices were even and low.
    Their eyes were level and straight.
    There was neither sign nor show
    When the Saxon began to hate.

    It was not preached to the crowd.
    It was not taught by the state.
    No man spoke it aloud
    When the Saxon began to hate.

    It was not suddently bred.
    It will not swiftly abate.
    Through the chilled years ahead,
    When Time shall count from the date
    That the Saxon began to hate.

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  23. NOTHING TO DO WITH THE ARIZONA LAW, BUT VERY IMPORTANT. Pantalla secuestrada
    http://blogs.eluniversal.com.mx/weblogs_detalle11731.html

    Les dejo la entrada de Mario Campos (@mariocampos) para que vean de que se trata el desmadre… a ver si el clon de blogs Americo Basurto tiene los huevitos de hacer lo correcto…

    “En las ultimas 48 horas la prensa mexicana ha vivido uno de los peores momentos de toda su historia. Porque si bien desde hace mucho se ha dicho que a veces son los narcotraficantes los que definen su agenda -al colocar las llamadas narcomantas, colgar o decapitar a sus rivales pensando en la cobertura que recibirán- nunca se había afirmado de forma tan literal y con absoluta certeza. La evidencia está en una nota del periódico Milenio publicada el miércoles 28 de julio en la que confirma la transmisión – a petición de un grupo del crimen organizado – de tres videos tomados de un blog dedicado al narcotráfico.
    La revelación, incomprensible en cualquier otro contexto, sólo adquiere sentido cuando se lee que esa transmisión es el pago – no se aclara si total o parcial- por la vida y la libertad de uno de sus periodistas secuestrado hace unos días en Durango mientras cubría las protestas a las puertas de un penal, lugar del que presuntamente los internos salían con el aval de la directora para asesinar a integrantes de bandas rivales.

    Lo que acaba de ocurrir en México es el secuestro de un grupo de periodistas -pues también fueron “levantados” otros tres, dos de la empresa Televisa y otro de un medio local- que por extensión ha tomado por rehén a todo un medio de comunicación. De tal forma que estos grupos no sólo secuestran, torturan e interrogan a sus blancos para grabarlos y subir sus mensajes a youtube y a una serie de blogs dedicados a darles difusión, sino que ahora también han logrado imponer sus deseos de difusión y propaganda a uno de los dos canales en el país, Milenio Televisión, dedicados a difundir noticias las 24 horas del día

    Si bien es gravísimo que esto haya ocurrido nadie puede reprochar a los directivos que cumplieran con esa condición de los secuestradores. Los rehenes están en esa situación porque estaban cumpliendo una asignación de sus jefes y sería criminal que ahora los dejen solos. Se entiende que la decisión no sea nada fácil y es respetable que al final hayan optado por entregar ese espacio con el fin de salvar sus vidas.

    Sin embargo como país no podemos aceptar que estas cosas estén pasando literalmente frente a nuestros ojos y que ni siquiera sean tema. No se comenta, no se difunde- aunque esté publicado en el diario- , y sobre todo, no se analizan las opciones para evitar que esto vuelve a ocurrir, al tiempo que se siguen difundiendo, y por elección, los videos en que narcotraficantes interrogan a sus víctimas como si lo que ahí se dice, en esas condiciones, tuviera alguna validez.

    Algo tenemos que hacer porque no podemos entregar los medios a los narcos. Porque no podemos dejar que sean ellos los que ahora en los medios nacionales definan qué es noticia y cómo debe ser presentada la información, como en los hechos ya lo hacen a través del terror que ha llevado a la autocensura en varias zonas del país en las que el periodismo prácticamente está muerto.

    ¿Vamos a dejar que pasen estas cosas sin hacer un alto para entender su dimensión?, ¿podemos registrarlas simplemente como una anéctoda más en la historia de terror que está atravesando el país o discutimos en serio las respuestas antes de que no quede margen ni siquiera para la reflexión? Son preguntas que reclaman urgentemente atención.”

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  24. Si alguien sabe la ubicación de algunos Zetas, por favor hágamelo saber. Puede enviarme un email a elchapoguzman@us.dea.gov

    Dios te salve, Sinaloa!

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  25. YO! they catch Nachito in Jalisco??????????

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    rofl Reply:

    who knows, thats what there reporting.

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    rofl Reply:

    that he’s dead.

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    ilegal Reply:

    they say he got clipped.

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  26. Nacho coronel is dead it has been confirmed he was killed in jalisco earlier today

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  27. This is terrible. I don’t like the direction things are going. All bad news!

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  28. Without this muddled law Obama (that Kenyan/Muslim/Socialist) is deporting 10% more people than Dumbya did.
    The part of the law that is still in effect that effects contractors and weekend handymen is you can be arrested for picking up laborers off the street…wtf!!!! so now you must go through a slave labor employment service to get a helping hand to move the couch upstairs.

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  29. http://tinyurl.com/242u24u

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  30. I would like to thank you for the efforts you have made in publishing this article. I am hoping the same best work from you in the future as well.This blog is very helpful for readers really its nice post on Federal Judge says Arizona illegally immigrated into federal jurisdiction
    .Thanks.
    Michel Marizco

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