C and I for the week of Feb 25th

Dear Members

Legal citizen - family lives in Mexico - sent the threats from Mexico -
arrested back in United States
Scottsdale man accused of threatening to kill Arpaio
A Scottsdale man was behind bars Tuesday morning, accused of threatening to kill Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
Deputies arrested Ignacio Carbajal, 42, Monday night after he recently posted comments on his Facebook page that he planned to kill Arpaio.
He admitted to deputies he made the threats because of Arpaio’s tough stance against illegal immigration.
Carbajal is a U.S. citizen, but his family lives in Mexico.
Carbajal posted the threat from Mexico using an unsecured Wi-Fi account of his neighbor’s to post to a website called People Against Sheriff Arpaio, according to an MCSO news release..


No Guns here - the illegal alien used a sword, a hammer, a bayonet etc.
Meth dealer convicted of murdering St. Paul man with bayonet, sword
A Ramsey County jury on Friday convicted Santana M. Valdez, a midlevel methamphetamine dealer, of carrying out with another man the horrific slaying of Andrew Braun, who bled to death after Valdez and a second man attacked him with a hammer, knife, bayonet and sword last March.

Sex offender sentenced to 37 months in prison for illegal immigration
NORWALK - A 29-year-old Salvadorian sex offender was sentenced Friday at U.S. District Court in Hartford to 37 months in prison for an immigration violation.
Danilo Alvarado-Carbajar was convicted of illegally reentering the United States following deportation. He pleaded guilty to the crime on Dec. 13, 2012.
Houston Police: Illegal immigrants found hiding in cupboards, bathrooms during raid
Officers went to investigate and found 30 people inside the house.
“Victims were found throughout the house, some even in cupboards, bathrooms and showers,” said Detective C. Hassig. “They were everywhere.”
Twenty-five people were chained, handcuffed then taken to an Immigration and Customs Enforcement facility for questioning. Those people include men, two teens and women, one of them pregnant.
Head of Mexico’s powerful teachers’ union arrested

MEXICO CITY (AP) — The head of Mexico’s powerful teachers’ union was arrested at an airport near Mexico City Tuesday for alleged embezzlement, with federal officials accusing her of using union funds to pay for plastic surgery, to buy a house in San Diego and even to pay her bill at Neiman Marcus.

Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam said that Elba Esther Gordillo, who has led the 1.5 million-member National Union of Education Workers for 23 years, was detained in Toluca on charges that she embezzled 2 billion pesos (about $160 million) from union funds.

Belgian killed in Mexico had been threatened

MEXICO CITY (AP) — What had seemed to be another attack on a tourist in Acapulco appeared to turn into something a bit more involved but equally sinister on Monday, when the company of a Belgian businessman shot to death in the Pacific resort over the weekend said he had received death threats following a legal dispute with a former business associate.

The killing of Belgian Jan Sarens outside a shopping center on Saturday cast a pall over this once-glittering but now violence-plagued resort, which is preparing to host the Mexican Open tennis tournament this week. It was the second violent attack involving foreigners in Acapulco in less than three weeks. On Feb. 4, a band of masked gunmen invaded a beachfront home and raped six visiting Spanish women.

Immigration status not listed - leaving us to believe………………….... You Decide