Six people - most of whom had been deported previously - have been charged with
participating in a heroin ring in Colorado.
Jefferson County District
Attorney Pete Weir announced the 61-count indictment on Thursday....
Elbel, co-director of the Colorado Alliance for Immigration Reform, told LifeZette the bust highlights the need for a tougher
approach to illegal immigration.
"It should come as no
surprise that individuals apprehended in the heroin ring are predominantly illegal aliens," Elbel said. "A reasonable
response at this time would be to secure America's border and to implement mandatory E-Verify so that illegal aliens will
not be able to displace American workers."
to the indictment, Fermin Flores-Rosales, 41, collected the money and on occasion wired it outside of the country....
"This indictment and the dismantling of this heroin ring goes a long way toward stopping the
flow of heroin into our community," Weir said in a statement. "This is a great example of teamwork between local
and federal law enforcement agencies in Colorado."...
don't even know what the statistics are in sanctuary cities because we don't have data," he said. "We don't
know what we don't know."
Michael Cutler, a former
Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) agent who served for a decade on an interagency drug task force, said there is
no reliable way to determine that because the government does not keep track of it and some states and municipalities actively
obscure the residency status of people in jails....
Donald Trump's administration, which last month released data showing that about 20 percent of federal inmates were born
in foreign countries, has committed to trying to build a national database of the immigration status of people incarcerated
at the federal, state and local levels.
Furthermore illegal alien workers who are willing to work for substandard wages under substandard, indeed illegally dangerous
conditions, not only displace lawful immigrant and American workers but ultimately create downward pressure on wages of
all workers who are similarly employed.
Flooding America with Third World workers who bring with them Third World
expectations of wages and working conditions is turning America into a Third World country.
Now that is a story worth
reporting on, but one that is not likely to appear on the evening news tonight, or any other night.
> Stores in MASSIVE Move... But Look What the Media's Hiding > by Top Right News on June 1, 2017 > > by Brian Hayes | Top Right News > > President Trump unleashed ICE once again this week, this time > deploying its Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) unit, along with > the DEA to arrest dozens of convenience
store owners across 4 states. > Over 60 people were arrested, and already 35 of them have been > indicted
by a Federal grand jury, with federal conspiracy charges for > money laundering, distributing controlled substances
and trafficking > contraband cigarettes. > > > The AP carried this story: The suspects conspired
for more than 2 > years to buy contraband cigarettes in St. Louis, a low tax market, > while transporting
and distributing > them in Chicago, Illinois, and New Jersey, which are high tax markets. > The store owners
are accused of using several convenience stores that > they operated to create the appearance of legal cigarette purchases. > Illegal profits form the contraband cigarette sales were laundered > through accounts associated with the stores,
and used to manufacture > and distribute illegal controlled substances. > > A synthetic drug, K-2,
was sold every day from a handful of the > convenience stores. Authorities said the store owners manufactured >
synthetic drugs themselves by importing chemicals from China. "The > collaboration with our federal and local
law enforcement partners is > the key to breaking criminal enterprises in this area," said Special >
Agent in Charge James M. Gibbons of HSI Chicago. > > "Synthetic drugs that are sold as substitutes for
cocaine and > methamphetamine, are neither legal nor safe," said James P. Shroba, > Special Agent in
Charge of the DEA St. Louis Division. "These > substances were never intended for human consumption and only
serve to > satisfy the avarice of the seller." If convicted, the defendants face > a maximum of five
to 20 years in prison and the a $1 million dollar > fine. > > But here's what the Associated "Press"
didn't think you needed to > know...the names of those indicted. > See if you notice any pattern... > Mohammed Almuttan, aka Abu Ali, 35, St. Louis, MO > Rami Almuttan, aka Abu Louay, 33, St. Louis, MO >
Hisham Mutan, aka Abu Mohamed, 41, St. Louis, MO > Saddam Mutan, aka Abu Ali, 24, St. Louis, MO > Mazin Abdelsalam,
aka Abu Mohammad, 38, St. Louis, MO > Najeh Muhana, aka Abu Yazan, 41, Fairview, NJ > Fares Muhana, aka Abu
Yamama, 40, Cliffside Park, NJ > Ayoub Qaiymah, aka Abu Faysal, 23, Richmond, VA > Naser Abid, 23, Chicago,
IL > Yadgar Barzanji, aka Abu Siver, 47, St. Louis, MO > Wafaa Alwan, 50, St. Louis, MO > Ahmed Abuali,
aka Bazilla, 31, North Bergen, NJ > Mohammed Kayed, aka Mohammed Fayez, 21, Clifton, NJ > Momen Abuali, 20,
Little Ferry, NJ > Firat Sevindik, 42, Cliffside Park, NJ > Mohammed Mustafa, 30, North Bergen, NJ >
Mohammad Karashqah, Abu Yazid, 47, North Bergen, NJ > Fayez Sheikha, 46, Mishawaka, IN > Jihad Shihadeh, Abu
Malik, 58, Chicago Ridge, IL > Ismael Abadi, 57, Carol Stream, IL > Abed Hamed, Abed Fawzan, 39, Greenville,
NC > Maher Hamed, Abu Alazara, 33, Swansea, IL > Abdel Adi, 25, Oak Lawn, IL > Muhanad Khatib, Abu
Alamin, 36, Chicago, IL > Eyad Awad, 38, Chicago, IL > Ismael Mustafa, 60, Kankakee, IL > Hayder Al
Fatli, 40, St. Louis, MO > Kutlay Guvener, 35, Chicago, IL > Saad Al Mallak, 30, Dittmer, MO > Hassan
Abdelatif, 29, Collinsville, IL > Mahajir Naz, 32, St. Louis, MO > Talal Abuajaj, 23, St. Louis, MO >
Basem Hamdan, aka Abu Ramiz, 57, St. Louis, MO > Zainal Saleh, 29, St. Louis, MO and > Ibrahim Awad, 39, St.
Louis, MO > > > That's right...every single one of the 35 men indicted is Muslim. > Nothing
to see here, huh? And there's more. According to sources, "at > least 20" of the men are being held
on additional "immigration > detainees" by ICE. That means they are "suspected illegal aliens." > The AP didn't feel you needed to know that either. I'm sure it just > slipped their minds. This is
just the latest in a continuing series > of Muslim-owned convenience store criminal enterprises. > >
As TRN reported, in 2015 state authorities in Alabama uncovered a > massive, EBT-for-terrorism scheme in which Muslim-owned
convenience > stores exploited the U.S. welfare system to fund ISIS: The massive > probe, dubbed Operation
T-bone, targeted those they say have been > cheating the food stamp system to the tune of hundreds of thousands of > dollars and sending the profits via wire transfer to Yemen, some of > which is suspected to have funded Islamic
State (ISIS) terrorist > activity. > > > And back then it was the Alabama D.A. who led the
investigation - not > the Obama keystone cops, who strangely had nothing to do with that > bust. > > All 11 stores shut down by authorities were Muslim-owned. > There is a long history of Muslims using welfare
systems for criminal > activity, as well as purposely abusing the system. As we reported in > 2013, a prominent
Muslim cleric called on Muslim immigrants in Western > nations to purposely collect government welfare as a so-called
"Jihad > Seeker's Allowance." But during the last 8 years the Obama > Administration has neglected
the problem, whether deliberately or from > incompetence. > It's nice to see the new administration is
not wasting any time in > bringing these criminals to justice
Retired Phoenix Police Detective Robert Arce is speaking out about the execution-style murder of a federal agent with
whom he closely worked. His slain friend, DEA Special Agent Richard Fass, was murdered by illegal aliens near Phoenix, Arizona.
friend begged for his life as illegal aliens from Mexico handcuffed him and murdered him. They didn't care that he was
pleading for his life and his loved ones," said Officer Arce.
Even as California embraces the booming legal marijuana
market, though, it is also seeing an explosion in illegal cultivation, much of it on the state’s vast and remote stretches
of public land. National forests and even national parks have seen a surge in large-scale illegal “trespass grows,”
some with tens of thousands of plants spread across dozens of acres. As much as 80 percent of illegal pot eradicated in California
is grown on federal lands, and that’s just the fraction that authorities find. (Trespass grows occur in other states
in the American West, and even in remote areas back east, but at nowhere near the scale of California.)
The surge has overwhelmed land-management and law-enforcement agencies, whose
resources are already stretched thin. Here in the Plumas National Forest, for instance, three USFS officers have to cover
some 4,600 square kilometers (1,790 square miles). That’s why so many different agencies are cooperating on this raid.
As the executive director of the non-profit Integral Ecology
Research Center (IERC), Gabriel’s usual purview is studying ecosystems and their inhabitants, from big cats to endangered
invertebrates. He never expected to find himself packing heat and creeping through the forest, let alone facing other threats
to his and his family’s safety. But he has taken up the challenge because of illegal pot growing’s insidious
side effects: The lethal poisons growers use to protect their crops and campsites from pests are annihilating wildlife,
polluting pristine public lands, and maybe even turning up in your next bong hit.
South Texas residents are concerned over a local Walmart transforming into yet another shelter for illegal immigrants.
shuttered retail building situated in Brownsville will re-open in March to house an undisclosed number of illegal immigrants
under the age of 17, claimed a representative for the non-profit group Southwest Key Programs.
The group contends
the shelter is necessary to house the immigrant influx entering the US illegally via Mexico from Central American nations,
according to KRGV News.
The facility is reportedly the 4th of its kind in Brownsville and the 7th shelter to be built in Cameron County.
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