C and I, Cabdriver killed, and how YOU can help report this insanity

REMINDER National Remembrance Day is Nov 4th
We must never forget
The sentencing for the illegal alien gangbanger convicted of murdering Jamiel Shaw II, is scheduled for Friday, November 2, 2012 @ 9:00am. For those able to attend, the address is:
Criminal Courts
210 W. Temple Street, 15th floor
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Ruthie adds…. note the death penalty has been recommemend
Maureen Wilson of NCFIRE, The National Day of Remembrance and more
is asking for your assistance. ASSISTANCE THAT CAN BE DONE FROM YOUR HOME.
NCFIRE would like to create a nationwide crime data base.
Maureen and those involved in this request/project are asking for assistance
from each and every State. This assistance is as simple as reading your paper
to computer searches - they have all different ways YOU can get involved.
PLEASE email Maureen if you can volunteer a little time each week at
United We Stand!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
please see below
Cabdriver killed in pileup on I-494
A Minneapolis cabdriver was killed early Monday when an unlicensed motorist ran out of gas in his minivan on a southwest metro interstate, triggering a multi-vehicle pileup, authorities said.
Corona was driving on a revoked license and was booked into the Hennepin County jail, Roeske said.
A federal immigration official spoke to him briefly after he was booked and an “immigration detainer” was placed on him, meaning federal authorities intend to talk to him further, said Shawn Neudauer, spokesman for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in the Twin Cities.
Court records show Corona has been cited at least seven times in Minnesota for driving without a valid license since 2005, along with other traffic violations.
Roeske said the patrol typically doesn’t jail someone for driving on a revoked license, but added that Corona was jailed in this case “primarily due to his record and lack of proper ID.”
“We wanted him booked to establish positive ID in case he is charged with a more serious crime,” he said.
Dallas Police Found 15 Assault Rifles in a Suspected Illegal Immigrant’s Car Yesterday
Yesterday afternoon at around 3 p.m., Dallas police were sent to check out a silver Pontiac sedan parked suspiciously in an Oak Cliff alley. Officers waited for the driver to pull away, then performed a traffic stop on the 2400 block of Brooklyn Avenue after the car made an illegal turn.

Police arrested the driver, 24-year-old Jesus Gonzalez, for driving without a license and not wearing a seat belt. But a search of the vehicle turned up something not commonly found during routine traffic stops: 15 AK-style assault rifles.

Police suspect Gonzalez is in the country illegally. He was taken to Dallas County jail where he is being detained at the request of DPD. He has not yet been formally charged.
Police spokeswoman Sherri Jeffrey said the department has no information on how Gonzalez came to be in possession of such a large number of assault weapons, where they came from, or what he planned to do with them.
An official with the Guatemalan consulate said Friday that the consul was looking into seven arrests and two deaths in the Rio Grande Valley, after a highway patrol helicopter opened fire on a vehicle suspected of smuggling illegal immigrants.
Sheriff Joe Captures Armed Human Smugglers Heading for Eastern States
Maricopa County, AZ Sheriff Joe Arpaio may be facing an onslaught of negative ads and out-of-state activists funded by leftist billionaire George Soros bent on his defeat, but it isn’t stopping him from doing his job.

Sheriff Joe’s deputies captured 11 illegal aliens and three U.S. citizens smuggling them into the country during a traffic stop – the kind that the Obama Administration and ACLU want to stop him from performing so illegals can go free. Two of the three smugglers were armed with semi-automatic weapons and have extensive criminal records, the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office said.



7 arrested, over $100K of marijuana seized in vehicle stop

Seven people were apprehended and more than $100,000 of marijuana was seized early Sunday after an Arizona Department of Public Safety officer stopped a vehicle near Maricopa and evaded a truck that tried to ram him, a spokesman says.

The attempted police car ramming by the driver of a Nissan pick-up truck appears to be a tactic in the drug war, said DPS spokesman Bart Graves. The Nissan and a second truck seemed to be trying to distract the officer from discovering a half dozen bales of marijuana in a third car, a Cadillac Escalade, Graves said.

Officers were still searching for the Nissan truck driver, who fled the scene with others, Graves said.


Starr County- Investigators looking for driver of an abandoned vehicle found with marijuana inside.
Border Patrol agents responded to some suspicious activity west of Roma early Saturday morning.
Border Patrol spokesman Henry Mendiola told CHANNEL 5 NEWS agents spotted the car on the side of the road with nobody inside.
About 2,000 pounds of marijuana was found inside the abandoned vehicle