Tuesday, July 03, 2012

Illegal Immigration News

Today's Illegal Immigration News
Tuesday, July 3, 2012


EXAMINER – It was all politics on Saturday when Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano visited Dallas, Texas, to participate in the Annual National Latino peace Officers Association’s (NKPOA) Training Conference.

Sec. Napolitano told conference participants that the DHS is committed to working with federal, state, local, tribal and territorial law enforcement to combat evolving threats and protect our nation’s communities while failing to mention the Obama administration’s punishment of Arizona by ending its participation in the federal 287g immigration enforcement program. She, along with Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director John Morton, presented a posthumous NLPOA Officer of the year Award to the family of ICE Special Agent Jaime Zapata, who was assassinated in Mexico by members of Los Zetas cartel with at least one Fast and Furious weapon, though no mention of the scandal nor other victims was made.

Border Patrol union officials reported their members are taught in an “Active Shooter” course to “run away” and “hide” if they encounter a shooter in public highlighting the hypocrisy of this administration when it comes to combatting illegal immigration at the border.

During what they call “another nauseating series of Virtual Learning Center brainwashing courses that Border Patrol agents are forced to sit behind a computer for hours and endure,” the Arizona Border Patrol web site states agents learn that "[i]f we are cornered by such a shooter we are to (only as a last resort) become 'aggressive' and 'throw things' at him or her. We are then advised to 'call [local] law enforcement' and wait for their arrival ,presumably, while more innocent victims are slaughtered."


EXAMINER – West Valley City, Utah police on Tuesday arrested Antonio Jose Perez, 28, after he allegedly grabbed his neighbor’s 14-year-old daughter and sexually assaulted her after she went outside her family’s apartment to investigate a sound.

According to the police report, Perez tried to drag her back to his own apartment while brutally groping and sexually assaulting her. The young victim was able to break free once, only to be grabbed again before she was eventually able to fend off her attacker and run home.

Perez, who reportedly uses at least 10 aliases, has been charges with aggravated kidnapping, object rape, forcible sexual abuse, burglary and two counts of assault. He is currently being held at the Salt Lake Metro Jail on an Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainer awaiting his next court appearance on July 6.

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