Skip to comments.About Half of "FBI Most Wanted Murderers" are Illegal Aliens
Posted on 06/09/2007 6:49:24 AM PDT by Travis McGee
With the amnesty bill a major news story this summer, I thought it might be interesting to see how many violent felons and murderers are among the "immigrants" who might soon be getting automatic Z-visas under assumed names.
(For a precedent, the nineteen 9-11 hijackers had more than 60 valid driver's licenses among them.)
A quick trip to the FBI's Most Wanted "VIOLENT CRIMES - MURDERS" web page reveals that out of 73 wanted killers, about 38 appear to be illegal aliens, primarily Mexicans.
Just food for thought, for those who seem to be in a rush to grant automatic Z-visa legal status to millions of illegal aliens, based on a cursory 24 hour background check.
WANTED BY THE FBI: VIOLENT CRIMES - MURDERS
Looking forward to our vaunted media covering this stat.
Deport them. Deport all of them. Do it now.
Si se puede.
The obvious answer is that the FBI is racist.
And yet a lot of our “representatives” and our President want to let these folks stay permanently. Makes you wonder whose interests they have in mind. Certainly not those of the American public.
Sound like the FBI most wanted list is very racist. Wait a minute, is illegal a race?
Check the most wanted list put out by police departments in major cities. Surprise, surprise..
The FBI still keeps a “Most Wanted” list?
I thought that has been abolished in about 1993, if only to protect the various members of the regime of the “Former Occupant of the Oval Office, 1993-2001”.
Is is for sure that the FBI has been made to be relatively toothless for some time.
And sex offenders, sheesh - fuggetabouit. In the Chicago metro area I'd say one half are 'hispanic'. And in Chicago proper or bordering towns with high 'immigrant communities' the percentage gets higher. In some Chicago PD Districts ALL sex offenders are 'hispanic'.
And these are the SCUM that Dubya, Kennedy and McInsane want to give amnesty to. Freaking morons!
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Doing the jobs that Americans won’t do, I guess.
These suspects aren’t slackers...seeing “and is living under an assumed identity”
shows they also wanted Identity Theft as a resume-enhancer
All they will need to do is pluck names out of a Mexican phone book, and "pass" the instant 24 hour background check.
Killers and other criminals will have no problem obtaining fistfuls of 100% valid "breeder documents" for obtaining drivers license, credit cards, etc.
And if anything resembling this failed bill is resurrected... you'll get the motherf _ _ _ _ _ s similarly-gened, extended family as a bonus!
If you looked at the linked source, the Official FBI web page, you will notice that the race for Hispanics is given as “White/Hispanic”.
I noticed the same thing, on the Texas Death Row page. The man, Perry Austin, who kidnapped and murdered a 9-year boy who lived across the street from us, is on death row. His data page gives his race as “white”. He is not white. He is Hispanic.
What gives with our government misrepresenting the race of wanted criminals and inmates?
This seems like a small thing, but the forces who have been trying to force this amnesty bill have been at work for a long time — setting the stage.
We should try to do everything we can do to force the light of day on the problem we are having with illegals, and calling people by their proper race should be a good starting place.
When an Undocumented Immigrant kills an American, is it an Illegal act, and under what Jurisdiction and legal authority? (Mexican? United Nations? France?)
Since we are not enforcing laws for Mexicans nationals who refuse to respect our laws, why would Murder be an issue? Why bother putting these people on the most wanted list? Shouldn’t the FBI be telling us to submit and surrender our property to these people rather than put them on a most wanted list? Basicly, why is the the FBI picking and choosing what laws to enforce?
Isn’t INTERPOL used for international criminal watch lists?
If Mexican nationals can cross our borders, why cant Mexican Police and Soldiers?
Are we anti “Undocumented Police” and “Undocumented Soldiers”?
You you left out the other Arizona trader and the runt from SC.
Yeah, I wonder how Paris is doing today. Anybody heard? I’m going through withdrawal! I want Live Jail-Cam!!! :)
There's nothing wrong with this picture, accordhing to the compassionate clueless pro-illegals.
Of course it is.
Just ask Geraldo.
Hey doofus, you don't need to keep reminding us you're Hispanic!
Your stupidity, arrogance and posturing sends us that message every day.
How many non-latins were ejected from Iraq (or was it Afghanistan?) for drawing tactical maps in the sand for the enemy?
Stupid is as stupid does.
Oh by the way, I'm also Hispanic. Legal immigrant. But I don't need the "gang" color trip to feel empowered though.
So you're for hurting children and separating families? Hard working honest (except for one thing; OK maybe two things) people?.
That's not America!
< /sarc >
Maybe the ethnics there will get upset and solve the problem for the rest of us ................... FRegards
The cursory 24 hour background check really troubles me. Who are we checking this “background” with? The governments of countries south of the border? They will have such information? They can reply within 24 hours? The information will be accurate? I think the answer to all questions is a resounding NO.
I cannot even get a 24 hour answer from an insurance company in this country with all the high tech communications.
Someone is putting a very high standard on a very low-tech government(s).
Are we to be surprised by this?
I am preparing for it now. Our retarded "elected representatives", at least the most IQ-challenged keep the propaganda going that "80% of the American people sympathize with the illegals"
Well, I will assemble a list of all the representatives and senators in California, and their phone numbers for use by as many people as are inclided to call them and leave their opinion.
The doofuses will probably have 5 Spanish-speaking phones for every American one. Let's make it clearer.
They really haven't gotten the message!
Can we deport 10,000,000 illegals?
Not if we never try.
Can we deport 3,000,000 illegals? We didn't. Now we have between 10 and 20,000,000. That worked out great!
Si se puede!
Actually, Hispanic is an ethnicity, not a race, so technically, if he’s a “blanco” (European Hispanic) then he’s considered white.
I love'm all... and want them to stay together as well... as long as it's in sunny Mexico.
When an Undocumented Immigrant kills an American, is it an Illegal act, and under what Jurisdiction and legal authority? (Mexican? United Nations? France?)”
This proves how sinister our elected”Lords” have become!!
“But according to the Amnesty Bill all they have to do is renounce gang membership, pay a small fee, and all is forgive....”
The worst of all!!
“All they will need to do is pluck names out of a Mexican phone book, and “pass” the instant 24 hour background check”
I don’t believe they would check them at all!
Shamnesty on the Senate floor, Day 3 Coburn pushes for full enforcement of existing laws
Reid: "This is the president's bill;" Trent Lott "serves notice"
Coburn amendment fails, 42-54; first cloture vote fails, 33-63
By Michelle Malkin · June 07, 2007 09:48 AM
The Coburn amendment 1311 to require full enforcement of existing immigration laws fails, 42-54. If you are calling Senate offices, you might want to concentrate on these ones:
GOP Sens voting NAY on the Coburn amendment - that is, voting against full enforcement of existing immigration laws: LUGAR, KYL, CRAIG, VOINOVICH, COLLINS, MURKOWSKI, BROWNBACK, HAGEL, STEVENS, DOMENICI, WARNER, SPECTER
Yep..........copied the link and have shared this info with polidiots and presstitutes and peon panderers..........
Very few OTM’s on that list if any at all ?!?!?.......:o)
Oh well..........stay the course !
Stay safe !
Did anyone think to ask these stalwart Americans why they voted "...against full enforcement of existing immigration laws"?
Didn't they take an Oath to protect and defend the Constitution and the laws of the United States?
Sounds like wholesale perjury to me!
And part of the "beauty" of the bill is that, until Cornyn proposed an amendment otherwise, law enforcement couldn't use any of the info obtained in the application process to apprehend criminal aliens.
Kennedy came close to stroking out on the Senate floor when the amendment (which passed) came up for a vote, and the NY Times is blaming Cornyn today for "want(ing) to strip confidentiality protections for immigrants who apply for legal status, making them too frightened to leave the shadows.
Aargh, no! Republicans are frightening felons! Off with the nativists' heads! (end facsimile NYT rant).
I have heard 75% of inmates in California prisons are illegal aliens.
The OBL traitors know all of this. The 24 hour "background check" (sic) is just meaningless eyewash, meant only to gull the morons.
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