Skip to comments.Hedgecock: Did Illegal Aliens Kill City of Maywood? (California Sanctuary City)
Posted on 07/25/2010 12:46:50 PM PDT by GVnana
Welcome to Maywood, Mexico.
Boasting a population that is 97% Hispanic, more than half foreign born, and 40% illegal, the Los Angeles County, Calif., incorporated city of Maywood has achieved the Reconquista goal. It is now as lawless and chaotic as any place in Mexico. Maywood is a warning to every city and town in America.
The Maywood City Council announced this week that after years of radical policies, corruption and scandal, the city was broke and all city employees would be laid off and essential city services contracted out to neighboring cities or to L.A. County government.
How did this happen? Until recently, Maywood was the model for "brown power" politics.
Maywood was the first California city with an elected Hispanic City Council, one of the first "sanctuary" cities for illegal aliens, the first city to pass a resolution calling for a boycott of Arizona after that state passed a law to enforce federal immigration laws, the first California city to order its police department not to enforce state laws requiring drivers to have licenses to drive, the first American city to call on Congress to grant amnesty to all illegals.
Council meetings were conducted in Spanish. Maywood was the leader in the peaceful, democratic achievement of the La Raza goal to take power in the U.S.
The City of Maywood started out quite differently. Back after World War II, Maywood was a booming blue-collar town with good jobs, a multi-ethnic suburb of Los Angeles.
Read on. It gets worse.
Coming soon to a city near you.
La Raza is anything but peaceful or democratic. Any American citizen who would align themselves with this group is a traitor.
The goal of the “new world order” is to bring America to 3rd world status so that we will accept a unified economy ...we are near that point financially and soon we will all be in the condition of this city.. 3rd world culturally and socially ...then will come the western hemisphere unification push
Save your large cardboard boxes some day you will be able to sell them for housing
Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard maintains a busy schedule working out of her offices in Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles, CA. The congresswoman represents the 34th Congressional District, which includes downtown Los Angeles, East Los Angeles, and nine southeast cities of Los Angeles County. She had represented the state's 56th Assembly District six years.
Throughout her tenure in public service, Congresswoman Roybal-Allard has remained committed to expanding opportunities for residents of her district and working families throughout the country.
She champions efforts to increase access to health care, create affordable housing, modernize and upgrade public schools, improve school safety, increase the federal minimum wage, reduce the high Hispanic drop-out rates, preserve Social Security and Medicare, and stimulate economic growth to create new jobs.
As a member of the House Appropriations Committee, one of the most powerful and distinguished committees in Congress, she spends much of her time attending hearings and meetings.
The congresswoman serves on three influential subcommittees -- the Subcommittee on Homeland Security, the Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies and the Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education. As a member of these subcommittees, Congresswoman Roybal-Allard oversees funding of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, the U.S. Department of Labor, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the U.S. Department of Education, the U.S. Department of Transportation and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Known as a respected consensus builder, Congresswoman Roybal-Allard also served as chair of the California Democratic Congressional Delegation in 1997 and 1998. In assuming this position, she became the first woman, first Latina and the first Member to achieve this role through election rather than seniority. Later, during the 106th Congress in 1999 and 2000, she went on to become the first female Chair of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, which is a coalition of Hispanic Members of Congress.
Congresswoman Roybal-Allard's responsibilities take her back and forth between California and Washington, D.C. Her time in Washington, D.C. centers around her committee responsibilities and votes on key bills pending before Congress. She also receives visits from Los Angeles residents, business owners, educators, veterans, workers, and students. They travel to see their nation's capital and talk with their congresswoman about issues important to them.
When at home in Los Angeles, the congresswoman spends much of her time meeting with residents and community leaders to discuss ways to improve the quality of life in the 34th Congressional District.
For example, the congresswoman urges her constituents to take advantage of her Grants Notification Program that she established to help local groups obtain federal grant money. It gives potential applicants advance notification of upcoming federal grant opportunities. This program has helped to bring millions of federal dollars to the district.
Congresswoman Roybal-Allard also encourages college-bound students in her district to check out her Student Information Program, which provides students and local schools with college scholarship, financial aid, internship, and fellowship information. Congresswoman Roybal-Allard enjoys every aspect of her job, but she especially enjoys hearing from residents of the district and serving them. If you have an idea for the Congresswoman, or if you need assistance, please feel free to contact Congresswoman Roybal-Allard.
Congresswoman Roybal-Allard's Personal Story: Congresswoman Roybal-Allard was born and raised in Boyle Heights, California. She is the eldest daughter of Lucille Beserra Roybal and the late Congressman Edward R. Roybal, a Member of Congress for 30 years.
The 1965 graduate of the California State University at Los Angeles is married to Edward T. Allard, III. Together, they have four children: Ricardo, Lisa, Angela, and Guy Mark; and seven grandchildren.
WEB SITE http://roybal-allard.house.gov/District/
The 34th Congressional district is a vibrant, diverse area encompassing urban downtown Los Angeles and suburban communities. The largely Hispanic constituency is hard-working and upwardly mobile.
Cities and Communities in the 34th Congressional District: The multicultural 34th Congressional district contains metropolitan downtown Los Angeles, Boyle Heights, Little Tokyo, Pico Union, and portions of Chinatown, Filipinotown, and Westlake.
The suburban portions of the district include the cities of Bell (whose residents just threw out their pig muni leaders), Bell Gardens, Commerce, Cudahy, Huntington Park, Maywood, Downey, Bellflower, and Vernon and the unincorporated areas of East Los Angeles, Walnut Park and Florence.
The 34th Congressional district is also home to the area's courthouses, Los Angeles City Hall, the offices of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, Los Angeles Unified School District, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
In addition, the 34th Congressional district boasts a multitude of cultural resources. The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, the Downey Museum of Art, Olvera Street, the Latino Museum, the Chinese American Museum, the Japanese American National Museum, and the Museum of Contemporary Art are located in Congresswoman Roybal-Allard's district.
Doing Business and Making a Home in the 34th Congressional District: The Southeast Corridor of the 34th Congressional District is a key component of Los Angeles County's commercial development and housing markets. Huntington Park's Pacific Boulevard commercial district is the third highest grossing commercial district in the County of Los Angeles.
The Southeast cities and Boyle Heights are highly desirable regions for first-time homeowners. Home buying in these areas has revitalized the housing market in Los Angeles county over the past several years.
The People of the 34th Congressional District: The 34th Congressional district reflects the wonderful diversity of America's people. There is a mixture of------newly-arrived immigrants families------and a strong, established Hispanic community. Ethnic enclaves, like Chinatown and Little Tokyo, house specialty stores and restaurants that cater to the area's thriving Asian community.
WEB SITE http://roybal-allard.house.gov/District/
2008 McCains' Hispanic Outreach Coordinator, Juan Hernandez, Fort Worth, a dual citizen of the US and Mexico, and past member of Vicente Foxs Mexican government, is as open borders as you can get.
Hernandez, Fort Worth, once served as a cabinet member in the Mexican Government. Hernandez believes all illegal Mexicans and Mexican-Americans in the USA should become dual citizens and consider themselves Mexicans first, "to the 8th generation." Hernandez' book urges illegal alien invaders to become settlers in the USA for Reconquista---the Mexican plan to take back the SW.
McCain said he chose Hernandez because he agrees with his positions. McC sucked up to amnesty-pusher Hernandez (as Americans woke up to 5 million toxic mortgages fraudulently doled out to illegals that poisoned our economy forever). Hernandez, McCain's Hispanic outreach director, stated on national television that he is for the North American Union, and the Amero to replace the dollar within 10 years or so.
Juan Hernandez was born in Dallas and decided as an adult to become a dual-national Mexican citizen. His last verifiable job was serving in Mexican President Vicente Fox's cabinet as Vicente Fox's "American Reconquista Director." Hernandez then worked for Bush hater George Soros' international foundations---(one such foundation published Hernendez's book that taunts Americans).
QUOTING FORMER CONG TOM TANCREDO (R-Colo) Juan Hernandez headed up the Mexican govt agency, "Ministry of Mexicans Living in the United States. Hernandez is a dual citizen of the United States and Mexico, and a good friend of then-presidents Bush and Mexico's Vicente Fox." Hernandez was presidential candidate John McCain's Hispanic outreach man.
Hernandez explained to Cong Tancredo the purpose of the Mexican government agency: Ministry of Mexicans Living in the United States:
(1) to increase the flow of Mexican nationals to the United States.....
(2) to direct Mexican nationals in the US to serve Mexicos needs (like reconquista);
(3) to increase US remittances to Mexico of $50 billion a year (30% of the Mexican GDP);
(4) to get US jobs for an exploding Mexican population, alleviating Mexico's social instability due to rising unemployment;
(5) to get free US training for Mexicans, who are expected to return and repatriate those skills back to Mexico.
Hernandez, a dual citizen who resides in Fort Worth, supports amnesty: "By populating the United States with millions of Hispanics tied economically, politically and linguistically to Mexico, we are able to exert enormous influence and pressure on US policy and its dealings with Mexico."
NOTE: " Exerting enormous influence and pressure on US policy and its dealings with Mexico" means extorting billions of US tax dollars to subsidize corrupt Third World federales.
There is nothing surprising about this story. These invaders took over a town, increased their numbers and power, picked it clean and now they are going to have to move on. We are talking about a sub-culture that is historically impoverished and uneducated.
Corruption and violence are what they are used to. If something is not done to stop this invasion the same conditions will spread across America. It is just a matter of time.
Any politician who has supported amnesty or chosen to condemn Arizona for finally, in desperation, passing legislation to protect its citizens, is a traitor. It is just that simple. They know what is in store for America if millions of these illegal invaders are given a “path to citizenship.”
That means a path into the voting booth and the politicians care only about getting those votes. They are, without question, traitors. Since we are at war in several places in the world, my question is about the penalty for treason in a time of war. ????
Now hear this: Demographically speaking, this is going to happen all over America within 50 years and NOTHING can be done about it now. Especially, as soon as the lame duck congress grants amnesty to the 50 million illegals already here or who will come in and CLAIM they are already here and thus covered.
This game is all over but the inevitable math. Learn Spanish now. Teach your children Spanish now. And move out of all cities and to the country and learn to be more self sufficient. America as we once knew it, is already gone, we are just the generation when the water is already boiling and are too numb to feel the heat.
Now, all those tempted to call me a pesimist or a defeatist, and say I shouldn’t give up. Relax. I haven’t given up. My advice is realism, because even if we stop Amnesty, Even if all illegals return to Mexico tomorrow, even if we get someone to the right of Palin, Keyes, Hunter who cares as President, the demographics have already won.
Americans of European decent have aborted 50 million of themselves for over a generation, which means another 50 million in never born children of those aborted. 100 million less Americans vs 50 million illegals is a 2 generation 3 to 1 flip flop in demographics.
Game is over. Even if today we won 100% of every political battle, which we will not, but, even if we did, we’ve already lost the mathematical battle, and that is the only one that matters.
Bienvenidos a América, amigo.
We last visited about 3 years ago and it had been totally taken over by hispanics, and they had turned block after block into the same kind of shithole they left when they illegally entered this country. Furniture in the front yards, 20 people living in a 2-bedroom home, loud music ... the whole nine yards.
They had to sell ... you can't live in a place like that. They were sad, it was the first and only home they had ever owned after they got out of the service and returned to US soil.
this could be half the cities in the Southwest by 2012..
LaRaza's goal is to remove all 'north american europeans or those of european descent' from the American continent.
"Miguel Perez, a La Raza spokesman at Cal State-Northridge, has been quoted as saying: The ultimate ideology is the liberation of Aztlan. Communism would be closest [to it]. Once Aztlan is established, ethnic cleansing would commence: Non-Chicanos would have to be expelled opposition groups would be quashed..."
The Aztecs, if they were from Atzaland, definitely participated in ethnic cleansing in the West, as attested by the head-racks for 40,000 skulls on the temples Cortez discovered. Amazing their ancestors feel the need to revisit their bloody past, yeah? And if the Aztecs did wipe out the human life in the American West, that should just about put a cap on any claim they many have to any 'homeland'.
The LaRazas managed to chase all the diversity out of their town, leaving a town who cannot afford to employ employees - but, this town will demand the county of Los Angeles provide all the services they are accustomed to "north american europeans' providing - such as housing and medical - but don't dare move to their town if you're not hispanic - you won't be welcomed.
“Pro-illegal demonstrators raised the Mexican flag at the U.S. Post Office.”
Great. Now watch our State Department send them foreign aid.
You are absolutely right. The demographic game is over and because Americans have been asleep at the switch, the Latinos have won. I don’t know the Spanish, so I’ll go with the French: “L’est jeux sont fait” and there’s nothing anyone can do about it.
As I keep saying, it sure is nice being old now. Thankfully, I won’t live long enough to see what’s around the bend.
April 23, 2007 - IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Sponsor: Rep Hinojosa, Ruben [TX-15] COSPONSOR Rep Renzi, Rick [AZ-1]
To authorize appropriations for assistance for the National Council of La Raza and the Raza Development Fund.
(b) Authorization of Appropriations- There is authorized to be appropriated for grants under this section
(1) $5,000,000 for fiscal year 2008; and
(2) $10,000,000 for each fiscal year thereafter.
La Raza is also finacially supported by many corporations and tax-exempt foundations (listed on the Discover the Networks.org). Among them:
American Express Foundation, AT&T Foundation, Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Fannie Mae Foundation, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, W. K. Kellogg Foundation, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation and Verizon Foundation.
NOTE WELL Between 2001 and 2003, the Ford Foundation gave La Raza about $9.83 million, with one grant alone totaling $8.05 million and has also assisted invaders to setup legal groups that are suing Americans.
The SEC and the IRS should be notified about tax-exempt foundations in collusion with La Raza to use tax-exempt money to facilitate the violation of state and federal laws (a felony).
CONTACT THE SEC EMAIL enforcement@SEC.gov
PHONE THE IRS TOLL FREE 1-800-829-0433 You may remain anonymous if you wish.
National Council of La Raza Headquarters
Raul Yzaguirre Building
1126 16th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
Tel. (202) 785-1670
Fax (202) 776-1792
La Raza also has offces in Atlanta, Chicago, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Long Beach, New York, Phoenix, San Antonio, Puerto Rico
Atlanta Program Office Tel. (404) 658-1711 Fax (404) 420-3233
Chicago Program Office Tel. (3121) 269-9250 Fax (3121) 269-9260
Long Beach-Center for Latino and Community Health Tel. (562) 985-5242 Fax (562) 985-5048
Los Angeles Program Office Tel. (213) 489-3428 Fax (213) 489-1167
New York Office Tel. (212) 260-7070 Fax (212) 260-7039
Phoenix Program Office Tel. (602) 417-1400 Fax (602) 252-0315
Puerto Rico Program Office Tel. (787) 641-0546 Fax (787) 641-0545 email@example.com
Sacramento Policy Office Tel. (916) 448-9852 Fax (916) 448-9823
San Antonio Program Office Tel. (210) 212-4454 Fax (210) 212-4459
Your DIL’s parents’ story is being repeated by the millions throughout the US. Wish I had a dime for every time I heard someone say, “I went back to visit the neighborhood I grew up in. It used to be so nice and safe. Now it’s a dangerous barrio,” or “I had to move my mom out of her neighborhood because of all the Latino gangbangers,” etc. Street after street, neighborhood after neighborhood, town after town, is being destroyed by the illegals. They said they would accomplish their Reconquista street by street, and that’s just what they’re doing. We are turning into a nation of fleeing people. Someday, there will be no place left to flee.
Roybal-Allard has clearly made a career out of helping illegal aliens drain whatever they could out of America. Good chance Roybal-Allard was aiding and abetting govt financial fraud and ID fraud. We need to know how many fake ID's were used to bilk govt agencies.
Maywood's Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard brags that she's a "political pioneer"---becoming the first Mexican-American woman elected to Congress in 1992. She is also the first Latina in US history to be appointed to the Appropriations Committee in Congress, which controls the purse strings of the federal government (our tax dollars).
HOW DID Rep. Raul Roybal-Allard (D-Cali) GET ELECTED?
BY KNOWINGLY ORGANIZING NON-CITIZENS TO FRAUDULENTLY VOTE?
BY COLLUDING WITH NON-CITIZENS WITH FAKE IDENTITIES TO RIG ELECTIONS ?
BY COLLUDING TO EXCHANGE AMNESTY AND OTHER GOVERNMENT FAVORS FOR FRAUDULENT VOTES?
We demand a top-to-bottom investigation of Roybal-Allard's campaign(s).
ITEM Keep in mind that elected officials are held to a higher legal authority---what is acceptable behavior for lay citizens is a crime for elected legislators under oath of office.
ITEM If illegals colluded with Roybal-Allard to use false identities, to rig the electoral system, that could be actionable. Some voters may not even reside in Roybal-Allard's district.
ITEM The FBI should interrogate Roybal-Allard to determine if illegal votes were exchanged for government favors--money, jobs, political cover to facilitate the deception, and whether she colluded to misuse Congessional influence.
Report all your concerns to the FBI.
FBI TIP PAGE http://tips.fbi.gov/ (you may remain anonymous)
POSSIBLE CHARGES Official acts prohibited, misuse of Congressional funds, abuse of public office, violating oath of office, misuse of government position, abuse of government power; conflict of interest; influence buying; conspiracy to deceive; misuse of elective office, collusion, conspiracy to collude.
ITEM Roybal-Allard's official campaign finance records filed with the FEC, and state election commission, should be scrutinized for possible violations.
ITEM Determine if names of Roybal-Allard's contributors are legit and whether Roybal-Allard illegally used campaign funds, and whether Roybal-Allard received campaign contributions to influence Conressional votes.
ITEM Roybal-Allard may have conspired to collude to give something of value, a govt gratuity, a job, etc, in exchange for illegal votes.
FBI TIP PAGE http://tips.fbi.gov/ (you may remain anonymous)
ITEM Demand that banks holding tax-exempt bond revenue conduct an outside audit immediately and reveal their findings (or you will report banks to state and federal regulators). Bond sales that were put to referendum are subject to penalties, since voters were misled about the uses of bond revenue. Illegals who cast fraudulent referendum votes for taxing are subject to prosecution.
The Cali Secy of State should be asked to release all official documents filed WRT Maywood's tax-exempt bond revenue.
IIRC, the total Mexican population of Texas in 1920 was 3000. That’s amazing considering that Mexico held Texas for over 200 years before that with well established missions and ranches. Texas at that time included most of what is now Eastern New Mexico.
Why? The Commanches and other tribes had acquired horses and muskets from French trappers which they used to drive out the Mexicans.
This led Gen. Santa Ana to invite Austin and his frontier settlers to Texas.
The rest is history.
I'm not sure if folks understand that this is not just a problem in the southwestern states and along the border.
I think that it happened in Nashville because it is such a tourist destination and there is a lot of service work jobs. Once somebody in the 'family' gets a job, another 8 or 10 pile in from somewhere else and the explosion begins.
We are blessed to have enough property that nobody will ever invade our space, but it is sad to see it happening to others.
I wouldn’t give them, erh, us the weak out of just being asleep at the switch. I will be must more direct.
50 million infants sacrificed to Satan in the name of convenience is a national sin for which the price is our extinction as a people, as a culture and as a nation. To imagine any other outcome is to deny who God is.
We can repent, we can turn our face from shame to mercy and cry out. We won’t of course, but we COULD, and in his mercy he would FIND a way to restore our land, and honor his word.
But, we repented from Slavery too, and we STILL had a War Between the States.
There IS a price to be paid. Maybe it would be a nasty war vs Mexico, or gangs making the modern day wild west burning cities. I dunno, because we WONT repent and thus we won’t KNOW what may have been or how.
We will just end. Not with a bang, but with a whimper.
In less than 12 years we will elect our first Hispanic President. And then become a bi-national and bilingual nation. You won’t be able to get a professional job without speaking Spanish.
In the next 12 years which follow, Non Hispanic Caucasians will become the minority. All this time, wages will continue to fall, crime will rise, and our western way of life will fade as something ELSE takes it’s place.
There is one bit of good news in all this. Europe will undergo the same demographic end to their civilization at the same time. Only ours is a 3rd world, Catholic Spanish influence to which our children will have some semblance of liberty. I mean, at least as much as most poor mexicans today have for themselves. A measure, however small or corrupt, will at least exist.
Our friends in Europe will not be so blessed for their sins. They will be conquered by Islam and put to death by the sword. Their children will be enslaved and converted to the fascist religion of death.
So chin up, our fate isn’t as bad as theirs, and God is fair and just.
I live on Texas Gulf Coast (no oil spill here! totally missed our beaches) I look for the illegal Mexican lawlessness to come here way before the oil spills.... They arrested 28 illegals who were part of drug cartels here on June 30. The news reports said they had the drug business running as smooth as pizza delivery.
BRAZORIA COUNTY listed, that is the county we live in! So the borders are “safer than ever” now??????
6/29/2010 10:25:00 PM
28 arrested in federal drug trafficking roundup indictment charges 35 with being involved in a methamphetamine and cocaine distribution ring
Examiner staff report
BEAUMONT, Texas - U.S. Attorney John M. Bales announced today that 28 individuals have been arrested and charged with federal drug violations in the Eastern District of Texas.
On June 29, 2010, a combined task force of federal, state and local law enforcement agencies began arresting individuals named in a 35-defendant indictment returned by the federal grand jury on June 3, 2010, charging them with being involved in a methamphetamine and cocaine distribution ring in the Eastern District of Texas. At this same time, 13 state arrest warrants for methamphetamine trafficking offenses were issued.
According to the indictment, beginning in August 2008, 35 individuals are alleged to have been involved in a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and cocaine in east Texas. According to prosecutors, an undercover investigation involving known narcotics traffickers revealed this drug trafficking organization and linked it to other undercover investigations from around the state and country. It became apparent that the defendants in this case were allegedly directly linked to large drug cartels operating out of Mexico and that the drugs traveling into Texas were being routed to other areas of the United States. Search and arrest warrants were executed today at locations in Harris County, Galveston County, Hearne/Bryan, Conroe, Chambers County, Orange County, and Jefferson County.
The defendants are each charged with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute a controlled substance. If convicted, they could receive up to Life in federal prison.
This case is being investigated by the DEA, ICE, ATF, Texas Department of Public Safety, Orange County Sheriff’s Office, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, the Chambers County Sheriff’s Office, the Beaumont Police Department, U.S. Marshal’s Service, Brazoria County Sheriff’s Office, Galveston County Sheriff’s Office, Galveston Police Department, Houston Police Department and the Texas Rangers. This case is being prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Michelle Englade.
An indictment is not evidence of guilt. All defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.
The following individuals were indicted. Those in federal custody and will appear before U.S. Magistrate Judge Keith Giblin for initial appearances:
· Rogelio Dominguez Pineda, 39, of Houston;
· Jonathan A. Cuadros-Zabala, 25, of Houston;
· Samuel Pineda, 28, of Houston;
· Rodolfo Dominguez Pineda, 33, of Houston;
· Raul Pineda, 43, of Houston;
· Enrique Pineda, 35, of Houston;
· Aurelio Pineda-Moreno, 29, of Houston;
· Jesus Pineda-Espinoza, 30, of Houston;
· Juan Carlos Soto, 26, of Houston;
· Neil Indravadan Desai, 36, of Houston;
· Mohammad Zahid, 54, Houston;
· Amando Garcia-Duarte, 34, of Houston;
· Jorge Duarte-Garcia, 28, of Houston;
· John Anthony Molenda, 28, of Houston;
· Lester Edwen McCoy, 44, of Houston;
· Aldo Alber Maldonado-Herrera, 27, of Houston;
· Kenneth Patrick Collins, 43, of Houston;
· Jaime Buenaventura Pineda, 33, of Houston;
· German Rios Gomez, 26, of Houston;
· David Ruiz, 31, of Hearne, Texas;
· Orlando Pineda-Espinoza, 25, of Houston;
· Joshua Haynes, 28, of Nederland, Texas;
· Vanessa A. Cutbill, 32, of Houston;
· Alejandro G. Garcia, 46, of Houston;
· Julian Duarte-Molina, 25, of Houston;
· Christopher Shannon Miguez, 31, of Katy, Texas;
· Heather Marie Smith Peveto, 34, of Vidor, Texas;
· Trish Lynne Taylor, 28, of Houston;
· Brandon Wayne Russell, 28, of Tomball, Texas;
· Sarrah Elizabeth Youseff, 27, of Montgomery, Texas;
· Patrick Fernand Brupbacher, 33, of Houston;
· Ashley Michelle Henry, 24, of Sugar Land, Texas;
· Jose Carmen Duarte-Bautista, 49, of Houston;
· Joshua Lynn Bland, 22, of Orange, Texas; and
· Vincent Troy Bertrand, 46, of Winnie, Texas.
If they are Mexican citizens FIRST, then why do they choose to live HERE??????????????
“the Los Angeles County, Calif., incorporated city of Maywood has achieved the Reconquista goal. It is now as lawless and chaotic as any place in Mexico.”
Actually, aside from the border cesspools, Mexican cities are pretty safe and orderly.
LA county should strive to be as orderly as Mexico is.
Maywood kiss my A$$. - You embraced the trash that Mexico expelled.
Sterling citizens all, accidentally caught is an indiscriminate sting operation.
Will we be taking up a collection for their defense?
You're right, I read it, it does get much worse.
Criminal illegal Mexicans want to bring their "culture" here and they have succeeded in this community.
True enough, if you stay downtown and do not travel about on foot after dark. Every nice Mexican city and town I know is ringed by very dangerous colonias.
Mexico did not hold Texas for 200 years. Mexico wasn't even a nation until 1820, or so, and lost Texas in 1836. *SPAIN* held most of what is the current US Southwest, although they later sold parts of that to France, which we acquired by the Louisiana Purchase. Spain never included those terriories into what they eventually recognized as an independent Mexico back then, and we should not today.
For what it's worth while both Spain, and later Mexico made these territorial claims, they never truly cemented them, and thus, lost them...
Thanks for adding to my knowledge of history.
Correction: SPAIN held Texas for nearly 200 years, Mexico about 30. Texas had many families who were Spanish descendants, some who signed the Texas Declaration of Independence.
Mexican rule was not popular, and led to Texas independence.