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Open-borders militant deportee Elvira Arellano –whom the Associated Press now dubs “a Mexican migrant-rights advocate”–may have been kicked out of the U.S., but that isn’t stopping her from continuing to lobby on behalf of illegal aliens still in the U.S. She’s been on a hunger strike in Mexico protesting workplace raids in the U.S.: A […]
Sanctuary no more.
Open borders insanity.
Justifying catch and release.
Outrage: “A 3-year-old girl was found abused and bleeding Thursday night, and officials have arrested her uncle, an illegal alien, for child molestation.”
Earlier this week, in the wake of NJ attorney general Anne Milgram’s decision to order law enforcement to notify the feds of illegal alien criminal suspects, I posted the contact information for the nation’s state attorney generals. Where does your stand? A number of readers are starting to report back on their contacts with their […]
The Newark massacre: New details of the heinous crime…and how to contact your state attorney general to help stop the criminal alien revolving door
“They cut my niece’s face off,” said John McClain, who is Hightower’s great-uncle, and the chaplain of the Newark Police Department. “They cut her from cheek to cheek. They left her head hanging.”
Start asking. Start telling.
“He’s been through the courts and the jail before, and nobody caught it…If they’d caught it, he would have been in jail or deported, and then he wouldn’t have been out there on the streets, and my babies would still be alive.” Plus: A Wall Street Journal smackdown.
There have been more arrests in the Newark execution murders. Guess where they were headed? Geraldo thinks it’s “irrelevant.” Law enforcement officials, fortunately, took the suspects’ criminal alien status quite seriously: Authorities arrested two more suspects Saturday in the slayings of three college students who were shot execution-style in a schoolyard, bringing the total number […]
Catch and release = More dead bodies.
Mahamu Kanneh, the accused Liberian immigrant child molester whose trial was dropped after a judge claimed a translator could not be found, has been rearrested. Kanneh, who resided in Gaithersburg, Md., was apprehended in Philadelphia. The police say he tried to escape out a back door of the home where he had apparently relocated. He […]
Yesterday, I posted the indictment of Mahamu D. Kanneh, the accused Liberian immigrant child molester let off because of a lack of a translator. I noted that there were nine counts against him involving not one, but two girls. Both are nieces of Kanneh. As other media outlets have reported, one of those girls was […]
Second degree rapes, second degree sexual offenses, and third degree sexual offenses against two young girls under the age of 14.
Terapon Adhahn charged with kidnapping, raping, and killing 12-year-old Zina Linnik.
Accused immigrant child molester gets off because of lack of translator Update: FNC report–producer spoke to Kanneh in English Update: Case will be appealed
The case of Mahamu Kanneh. Plus: An update on the Zina Linnik case. Arraignment today.
Criminal alien suspect in Linnik kidnapping/murder named person of interest in second case Update and bumped: Charged with 50-plus counts of child rape
The criminal alien revolving door and the death of Adre’Anna Jackson.
Our campaign begins.
Showdown in Waukegan: Open borders lobby protests program to deport criminal aliens Update: Waukegan stands firm; votes for deportation
The battle to stop the criminal alien revolving door is being waged in the heartland of America. Washington, are you listening? Update: Tonight, the Waukegan City Council voted 8-2 to proceed on its partnership with the feds to deport criminal aliens. Police Chief William Biang: ”It has nothing to do with race,” Biang said. ”This has to do with getting criminals out of Waukegan.”
GERALDO: “At this point, I have to point out how in my view, this awful case was distorted by anti-immigrant radicals like Michelle Malkin to make a cheap point…”
Zina loved Fruit roll-ups, swimming, and tetherball.