Criminally and or Insane for this week

I ask you to decide - Is this more Criminal - Insane or Both - Ruthie
So the ACLU has their own plans for immigration reform, and you’ll never guess what they want to do about border security.
Oh, you guessed?
They want to reduce it.
In response to the proposal by the “Gang of Eight”, the ACLU responded:

The framework released by the ‘Gang of Eight’ rightly includes the creation of a roadmap to citizenship, but also includes provisions that endanger everyone’s civil liberties and do nothing to reverse the recent extraordinary and unwarranted increase in wasteful spending on border security.

Just across the border from Laredo Texas
WATCHDOGS TODAY: Secret government study exposes infiltration attempts by Mexican drug cartels
An internal study for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security describes 15 incidents in which known associates of Mexican drug cartels tried to inflitrate the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency, according to the Center for Investigative Reporting.
The same study detailed “turf battles, internal dysfunction and other troubles” that have hobbled the agency in its efforts “to get a handle on corruption and other misconduct within its ranks,” CIR said.
The internal study was conducted by the Homeland Securities and Analysis Institute, which is an internal think tank for DHS. The study has been kept under wraps for more than a year, according to CIR. The study’s authors said there may have been many more attempts by drug cartels to infiltrate the U.S. government in addition to the 15 discussed in their document.
“As part of lie detector tests, prospective hires have admitted to drug trafficking, human smuggling and other illegal activity, according to examples the agency previously provided to the Center for Investigative Reporting,” CIR said.
Medicare improperly paid $120M to illegal immigrants, inmates
President Obama told the Congressional Hispanic Caucus on Friday that immigration reform would be one of his top priorities. His comments coincide with a new report by Health and Human Services, which concludes that illegal immigrants and prison inmates have received more than $120 million in Medicare services from 2009-2011, even though they are ineligible for the program.
Nearly 3,000 illegal immigrants made $91.6 million in fraudulent claims for Medicare services over the report’s three-year duration.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and the Office of the Inspector General indicated that retrieving the money might not be feasible. The report reads: “[CMS] is committed to recovering overpayments … but it must take into account the cost benefit of recoupment activities, including potential appeal costs and the cost of manually reopening these claims.”
From Nov of 2012 - a good reminder
Nearly half of deported criminal immigrants are repeat offenders
Newly released figures from the Office of Immigration Statistics (OIS) identifies criminal illegal aliens are using the international border as a revolving door, and it demonstrates the fact America’s southern border remains extremely porous.
The report cites approximately 188,380 criminal illegal immigrants, an all-time high, were deported in fiscal year 2011. Perhaps even more alarming is the fact OIS said 86,699 (46 percent) of them were previously deported.
Twenty-three percent of these criminals were guilty of drug-related crimes, followed closely by traffic offences (DUI) at 20 percent. Violent crimes were committed by 12 percent of repeat illegal border crossers and finally about seven percent of criminal aliens committed burglary, larceny or fraud.
Burlington man faces charges in Henderson
A Burlington man faces multiple sex offense charges in Henderson.
Fabian Robles Mendoza, 34, was arrested Jan. 8 by the Henderson Police Department and charged with statutory rape of a child over the age of 6, parental role sex offense and indecent liberties with a minor.
Henderson police Lt. Chris Ball said the alleged incident occurred Dec. 18 in Henderson, and Mendoza uses addresses at both 500 JP Taylor Road, Lot 13 in Henderson, and 602 Oak St. in Burlington. Ball said Mendoza “has ties” in both cities.
However, Mendoza does not have United States citizenship, and carries a Mexican identification card, Ball said. “I don’t know what process the courts will do with that,” he said.
Mendoza’s first appearance was Jan. 14, and Ball said a second court date has not yet been set. Mendoza’s original bond was set at $250,000, and Ball said Mendoza is still being held in the Vance County jail.
Coming to the US soon - not if and when we stop the nonsense

MONTERREY, Mexico (AP) — At least eight bodies were pulled from a well in northern Mexico on Sunday near the site where 20 people went missing late last week, including members of a Colombian-style band, according to a state forensic official.The Nuevo Leon State Investigative Agency was still working late into the night at the well in a vacant lot in the town of Mina near the northern city of Monterrey, and the body count could rise, said the official.

He spoke on condition of anonymity because he w+as not authorized to discuss the case.

The official could not confirm whether the bodies belonged to 16 members of Kombo Kolombia and their crew, who were reported missing early Friday after playing a private show in a bar late Thursday in the next town, Hidalgo.

Authorities had been searching for two days when they came upon the well Sunday afternoon.