17 Illegals Immigrants Captured in Search for the Shooter of Deputy Louie Puroll
Authorities in Arizona have rounded up 17 suspected illegal immigrants in the shooting of 53 year old Louie Puroll. The shooting occurred as criticism from President Obama and Home Land Security Secretary Janet Napolitano called the new anti-immigration law misguided. Napolitano also stated the border was secure.
Would the President call the capture of the 17 individuals racial profiling, misguided or police abuse?
Authorities have captured 17 suspected illegal immigrants in southern Arizona as they continued their manhunt Saturday for smugglers who they say shot and wounded a sheriff’s deputy in a remote desert area 50 miles south of Phoenix.
Three of those captured overnight Friday matched descriptions from the wounded Pinal County deputy and were being questioned Saturday, sheriff’s Lt. Tamatha Villar said. The deputy was released from the hospital, and was recovering at home.
However, as people take to the streets on May 1st to protest the new Arizona law and premature comments come from President Obama regarding s state’s right to defend itself when the federal government is AWOL … the shooting by suspected drug traffickers shows the danger on the ground and the reason why Jan Brewer signed the bill into law. As is the murder of rancher Robert Krenz was not enough of a signal to finally take action.
At what point is the United States going to defend its borders, citizens and their rights? The legal one’s that is.
Posted May 1, 2010 by Scared Monkeys
Arrest, Barack Obama, Crime, Illegal Immigration, US National Security | 7 comments
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Seventeen illegals who are breathing a sign of relief. They have made it to American soil. They will be provided with food, accommodations, medical, dental, education for children and legal counsel … all courtesy of the American taxpayer. They are all celebrating. After all … when all is said and done in regards to the deportation process … they will in all probability be permitted to live the American dream. To H— with those who are awaiting entry through legal channels.
#1 Dont forget the $600.00 a mont for each kid thereafter !!!
I say round them up like fish in a net and show the people how good this law really is !!!
Give m HELL !!!
The Big Question: Does Arizona’s immigration law go too far?
By Sydelle Moore – 04/26/10 12:34 PM ET
John F. McManus, president of the John Birch Society, said:
Any discussion of the new law in Arizona must begin with awareness of the federal government’s deficiencies. The U.S. Constitution clearly assigns the federal government the responsibility to protect the states “against invasion.” (See Article IV, Section 4.) If that duty were being faithfully being carried out, there would be no need for the recently passed law in Arizona.
Note that the Constitution didn’t say “military invasion,” just invasion. And the millions who have broken our laws and inundated our country constitute an invasion.
Arizona is one of the states hardest hit by illegal immigration. A large percentage of its crime wave, welfare and medical care costs, narcotics problem, etc. is traceable to the border crossers. What is Arizona supposed to do — just sit back and allow all of this to continue to occur, even get worse? How else to deal with the situation when practically no help comes from those assigned to cope with the problem?
I met a U.S. citizen recently who served with the U.S. Army in Iraq soon after that conflict began. He told me his unit was given the responsibility of sealing the border between Syria and Iraq. He added, “We did it, and if we could do that at the Syria-Iraq border, it can be done at our nation’s southern border.” What’s missing is the will to do the job. This missing will should be a topic for discussion.
Oklahoma enacted tough laws against hiring illegal immigrants when it became obvious that a federal law enacted to target this problem wasn’t being enforced. What happened in Oklahoma? Many of the illegal immigrants fled the state. States that take legislative action to deal with this enormous problem should be applauded. Critics will insist that Arizona has gone too far. Why don’t they aim their barbs at the federal government for not going far enough?
We can fix this! Get these 17 victims and the guy who was shot up to the whitehouse for a beer, quick!
The gov’t doesn’t hire nearly enough border patrol and those that do exist are in so much danger…stay out of our country…
Sealing the southern border is all about politics. Beginning with the “great society program” of JFK and then LBJ, the democrats found a way to purchase votes so they could stay in power. This culminated with the appointment of a hispanic to the head of the Immigration service by Carter another democrat looking for a way to buy votes.
Our southern border could have and should have been closed forty years ago. Our federal government has failed the American citizen and failed to live up to its responsibility to the constitution.
All the southern border states should take the necessary steps to put a stop to this illegal invasion by placing the national guard troops on the boder and tell the feds to go take a flying leap.
Maybe Arizona can lead the way. Rick Perry better start paying attention in Texas.
rick perry has his head up his a$$. texas (southern) has already been taken over. mexico is winning without a shot fired folks. taquiro on every corner, business signs in spanish, and the mexican flag flown at every car dealer ship. if you are here illegally, go home, fly your precious flag there, go to your stores there, stay out of my back yard. has nothing to do with being a republican or democrat. it is america.