Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Obama's Illegal Aliens Attempted To Kill Police Officer As PArt of Gang Initiation

So your mayor, or other politicians want you to IGNORE Illegal Aliens, want you as and officer of the law to ignore the law so that the community you are sworn to protect can act as a Safe Harbor/Haven for Criminal Illegal Aliens who after all are just wanting to work, just wanting to live the American Dream...even misguided and ignorant President Barack Obama wants to grant these scums AMNESTY under the guise of Earned Citizenship. Meanwhile Mr. Law Enforcement Officer, this approach to Illegal Aliens is putting YOUR LIFE IN DANGER, and in fact Department of Homeland Security has just issued a warning, advising Law Enforcement that Illegal Aliens are using ATTACKS ON LAW ENFORCEMENT as a means of Gang Initiation. Do yourselves a favor...DEMAND PROPER ID, and approach suspected Illegal Aliens with your weapons drawn and at the ready.

On February 8, 2009, three undocumented Mexican nationals (ILLEGAL ALIENS) attempted to kill a Lexington County Sheriff's Deputy as he was responding to a call about a suspicious vehicle. The three opened fire on the Deputy's marked patrol car as he was approaching. The three shooters, ages 15, 18, and 20, are members of the Surenos (SUR-13) street gang. The adults have been charged with assault and battery with intent to kill. The 15-year-old is being prosecuted in family court for assault and battery with intent to kill. ICE detainers have been lodged on the adults. (But not the 15 year old Illegal Alien Shooter? WTF)


Interviews have determined that the 15-year-old was the shooter and this was a "gang initiation." The juvenile was suppose to "Kill a Cop" in order to get into the gang. Gangs (And Illegal Aliens) have long posed a threat to public safety and law enforcement but the threat is now increasing in scope. Never before have the ILLEGAL ALIEN street gangs in South Carolina actively targeted law enforcement officers for gang initiation.

Kenneth R. Burkhart
Resident Agent in Charge
Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Office of Investigations
1835 Assembly Street, Suite 358
Columbia, SC 29201
Office (803) 748-8932
Fax (803) 765-5437

Arthur K. Wynn, Jr.
Office of the Maryland Attorney General
Criminal Division-Gang Unit
200 Saint Paul Place
Baltimore, Maryland 21212
Cell: 443-602-4272

1 comment:

0s0-Pa said...

Yeah I agree that more needs to be done to secure our borders, and the safety of the US, alongside its economy.
-Jack @ Maryland Family Lawyer