Skip to comments.Beheading On Our Side Of The Border (Obama's America)
Posted on 10/13/2010 5:17:49 PM PDT by pissant
Horrific. We are now having decapitation on THIS side of the border in Arizona:
Chandler police are investigating the bizarre case of a man who was stabbed, decapitated and left in a pool of blood in a central city apartment.
One man has been arrested and police are seeking three more suspects in what may the city's first beheading. .....................
The man police arrested in the case, Crisantos Moroyoqui, 36, is an undocumented immigrant who lived across the way from the murder scene. He rented a bed for $100 a month in a small apartment shared by five other day laborers. He had lived there three months, his roommates said Monday.
Decapitations have been reported on the Mexican side of the border for a long time now. It was only a matter of time before the violence made it's way here.
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technically not accurate
the US has ceded growing portions of AZ to mexico.
please check with your federal judge for the latest border line as it creeps ever northward.
With our stimulus $$ tax dollars paying for the signs telling us to keep out.
Didn’t we already have that? That husband who did a TV show (or radio) to show the “peaceful muslimes” that killed his wife that way?
At least 3 mexicans were bound and throats slashed in Shelby County Alabama a few years ago. It’s here.
Didn’t that lady governor of Arizona get all in trouble for saying that this exact thing was happening there??
Something is very different with this one. The guy who was arrested had an apartment full of candles and a Ouija board. One of the others was known only by a very derisive southwestern name for a “worthless” homosexual.
So I’m thinking either some Mexican witchcraft was involved, or it was a Santa Muerte cult thing. In either case this is bad news, but very different from the typical.
If it is a Santa Muerte cult thing, there are as many as 1-2 million Mexicans with at least some interest in that cult, which is a throwback to Aztec practices. Were they to get a charismatic leader, they could become as murderous as the Indian Thuggee cult.
“is an undocumented immigrant”
What the hell is that? So they mean, “Illegal alien,” like the resident of the White House? What a bunch of PC crap!!!
If John Murtha was still alive, I'm sure that he'd demand that the US pull out of AZ and retreat to Nebraska.
It was only a matter of time until mexecutions crossed the border. This is only the beginning.
someting else to consider is the fact that along with these "undocumented workers" (maybe I should rob a bank, and tell them that I'm just making an "undocumented withdrawl") come a whole bunch of problems as well. For instance, where ever you find large concentrations of illegal aliens, you also find diseases that used to be nearly, if not completely, wiped out in the US. In midwest cities where you have meat processing plants, staffed by illegal aliens have had major outbreaks of diseases, including TB, and even leprosy is making a comback. And where might the new infestation of bed-bugs come from?
When illegal aliens bypass border controls, there is no way to protect American citizens and LEGAL immigrants from these sorts of problems.
And don't even get me started on the crime!
Americans will have to tolerate the diversity and cultural evolution.
Jan Brewer’s fault. /s
“the US has ceded growing portions of AZ to mexico.”
Arizona has it the worst, but we’ve given up millions of acres all over this country. We are told DO NOT go into the woods, because the armed Mexican Cartels own them now.
Armed Mexican Cartels take more US land, resources
All over this nation this summer!!
Alien Mexican Cartels occupy land all over the USA!
Yes, we know Arizona has land that has been given up to Mexico and its Narcoterrorists, but its not just along the border. Its true. Search just about any state and youll find the story.
Many refuse to believe it, at the peril of all of us.
Private property rights??? Forget about it! Public property protected??? LOL!
Another Marijuana Farm Seized by Southern Utah Law Enorcement ...
KCSG - - 4 hours ago
(St. George, UT) A 40-member law enforcement team seized over 3000 plants in another Marijuana growing farm near Central, Utah in ...Thursdays raid is the sixth this year in Washington County, Moss said. Last year, there were two.
For years TheTownCrier has been reporting the hundreds of thousands of acres of habitat that is destroyed, without a word from enviro friendly non profits and misguided, corrupt politicians. Last year, in the LaBrea Fire, 88,000 acres were burned down by the same illegal alien narcoterrorists.
Man fatally shot by deputies during pot raid was armed with pellet gun
[snip]Scouting deep within the steep, wooded wilderness of the sprawling N3 Cattle Ranch on July 21, three deputies shot Jose Penaloza-Soto, a landscaper from East Palo Alto. Deputies reported that the camouflaged 28-year-old did not drop his weapon when they spotted him and called out orders in both English and Spanish. In fact, he seemed to be aiming what clearly looked like a hunting rifle at a group of Alameda County sheriffs deputies who were also on the raid. As officers advanced on the wounded man, he suddenly reached out to grab the dropped weapon and was shot once more, according to officials.
When they finally got to him, lying on a hillside of loose scree not far from an 18,000-plant illegal marijuana garden, Penaloza-Soto was dead.
Deputies estimate that there was about $60 million of marijuana ready for harvest within two well-hidden gardens nearby. Other suspects at the scene ran, deputies believe. Deputies heard them crashing away through the underbrush during the shooting. They have not been found.
The dead mans family declined to be interviewed. But sheriffs reported that he was a Mexican national, here for slightly longer than a decade. He had worked for years with no criminal problems as a landscaper in the San Francisco area. Recently, his family reported, he had grown quiet and distant.
Marin Marijuana Farm Crackdown Nets $20 Million Of Pot
August 20, 2010
[snip]Sgt. Debra Barry said the plants, between 2 and 5 feet high, were spread over approximately 100 acres in the ridgelines and canyons surrounding Kent Lake in the Mount Tamalpais watershed. Dangerous chemicals, including rat poison, fertilizers and insecticides that pose significant dangers to pets and wildlife, public land and the water supply, were found at three clandestine grow sites, Barry said. The illegal cultivators also diverted water from natural springs, creating further danger to fish and wildlife. The growers also set up improvised diversionary devices used to disguise trails and injure people, Barry said. The growers encampments had tents, food, showering areas, camouflage clothing, personal items, and ammunition for .45-caliber handguns.
Madera County - $135 million worth of marijuana - thats what drug agents found growing on private property in Madera County Wednesday. It is a record find for that county.
The grow was in a corn field, near Road 21 and Avenue 19.
It is a continuing problem across the Valley - Mexican drug cartels growing marijuana on acres of private property, and the land owners have no clue about it.
20-year-old Alejandro Castellanos, and 21-year-old Carlos Bailon-Martinez, both from Oaxaca, Mexico, were arrested.
They now face felony drug and weapons charges and are in the custody of immigration officials.
Officers swarm marijuana megafarms with suspected ties to Mexican drug cartels
Sept. 22, 2010 - Chasing some of the men as they fled along the Muskingum River, authorities arrested 10 Mexican nationals and charged them with conspiracy to cultivate marijuana in two carefully tended fields about 90 miles apart.
Authorities then arrested Hugo Ayala, 40, at his apartment on Columbus North Side. They say he was the ringleader of a potentially multimillion-dollar operation that could be linked to Mexican drug cartels.
Ayala, a legal U.S. resident, is thought to have shuttled his work crews from Columbus to their duties in the marijuana fields both east and northwest of the city. ...men would camp out at the sites while working days a time. (THIS is what DHS is giving green cards out to!)
Marijuana Megafarm Hidden In Wisconsin National ForestAug 12, 2010
[snip]Investigators say a band of Hispanic men turned the forests southeastern tip into a giant pot farm, growing thousands of plants on remote plots, moving supplies along forgotten logging roads and buying supplies and ammunition at local stores.
Federal, state and local police spent June and July tailing suspected growers, following pickup trucks down abandoned logging roads and watching Hispanic men appear in the trees and toss nylon sacks resembling grain feed bags into the beds.
They followed one suspect to a Fleet Farm in Green Bay, where he purchased six pairs of pruning shears. They watched another man purchase 9 mm ammunition at a nearby Wal-Mart, documents said.
In Wisconsin, the number of seized plants in grew six-fold between 2003 and 2008, a year when more than 32,000 plants were seized
Drug investigators believe Mexican cartels are largely responsible for the spike. Growing the drug here helps them get it to major American markets more quickly. They often import unskilled laborers from Mexico to help find the best land and tend their crops.
Hidden in national forest: marijuana megafarm
In this Wednesday Aug. 11, 2010 photo, the men arrested in connection with marijuana farms that were raided by authorities in a national forest in northeast Wisconsin appear in federal court in Green Bay, Wis.
Cartel grow recruiters often look for people with family in Mexico so they can use them as leverage to keep the farmers working and quiet. If anyone betrays the farm, they go after the workers family, intelligence experts say.
Officials say Mexican cartels growing more pot in Texas | McClatchy
Jul 15, 2010 ... Its still early in the growing season, but the Ellis County Sheriffs Department has already unearthed nearly 30000 high-grade marijuana ...Link
Mexican cartel farmers believed to be back growing marijuana in North Texas
[snip]If these cartels are involved, thats something for landowners to be concerned about. Thats some mean people down there, and theres a lot of money at stake.
Two arrested in alleged pot-growing operation
[snip]One of two alleged marijuana growers captured by police late Tuesday night was armed with a loaded rifle when caught tending about 1,300 plants hidden in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, police say. ( Manuel C. Granados, 51, and Jose G. Perez, 36,)
In a similar case in Oregon on Wednesday morning, Jackson County Sheriffs Office deputies shot and killed an armed man in a raid of an alleged Mexican cartels outdoor marijuana growing operation, according to a bulletin from the Oregon State Police.
Officials said Wednesday evening they didnt yet know whether the suspects are in the U.S. legally. Perez also was being held for arrest warrants, issued in other areas, charging DUI and negligent driving.
Police say illegal pot farms causing potential harm to environment
[snip]Theres no regard for the environment or maintaining public lands, said Special Agent Sue Thomas. Theres a lot of trash, a lot of garbage, fertilizer, chemicals. Its a hazard to the environment, a hazard to hikers.
A public menace
[snip]Illegal marijuana plantations on government lands are expanding, putting forest users at risk, say Southern Oregon law officers.
Unlike domestic pot operations of years past, many of the plantations now growing on federal land are operated by Mexican drug-trafficking organizations who are well-financed and well-armed, the sheriffs said.
The longer it goes on, the harder it will be for us to overcome, Winters told Walden. They are better funded than us ... There are more of them than there are of us.
A separate 2008 NDIC report on cartel-related drug-trafficking organizations said the Federation cartel was active in Klamath Falls, and undetermined cartels were working in Medford and Roseburg.
The Justice Departments 2010 national drug threat assessment concluded the operations constitute the greatest drug-trafficking threat to the nation.
We seem to have forgotten about this one in Texas not long ago.
Autopsy: Victim Was Alive When Killed By Chainsaw
fugitives,Jose Fernando Corona | Police say Jose and Maria Corona had been having marital issues before Jose snapped and allegedly decapitated and dismembered his wife s body Maria was the mother of six children ranging from the ages of 7 to 20
Police say Jose and Maria Corona had been having marital issues before Jose snapped and allegedly decapitated and dismembered his wifes body. Maria was the mother of six children ranging from the ages of 7 to 20.
A quiet neighborhood in Lewisville, Texas, was shaken to its core April 26, 2010, when officers swarmed the 1000 block of Shadow Wood Lane around 11:15 a.m.
Cops say a mail carrier stumbled upon a grisly crime scene: a decapitated and dismembered body lying in the street. It was 44-year-old Maria Corona.
When police arrived at the scene they soon identified the person behind the ghastly scene as Marias husband: Jose Fernando Corona.
Police are also unsure what would lead Corona a man with no criminal history to allegedly commit such an atrocious act, but witnesses say the couple had been having marital problems.
The motive was family violence, but we have no indication of past domestic disturbance calls from the residence, said Capt. Kevin Deaver of the Lewisville Police Department.
A search warrant affidavit released April 27, 2010, revealed that responding officers found a blood trail leading from the body in front of a neighbors house to the front yard of the Corona residence.
The document indicates that a white pickup truck was parked in the driveway of the Corona residence with an open tailgate. It says officers found two chainsaws both of which had blood and tissue matter on them on the tailgate of the parked truck. One of the chainsaws was still running, states the search warrant affidavit.
Over 20 years in law enforcement and Ive never seen anything like this, said Capt. Kevin Deaver.
More disturbing details emerged April 28, 2010, when the initial autopsy report was released, indicating that Maria Corona was still alive when Jose Corona allegedly decapitated and dismembered the mother of six.
An autopsy performed by the Tarrant County Medical Examiners Office indicates that the cause of death is multiple blunt/sharp force chainsaw injuries due to assault by another person, Capt. Deaver said.
The search warrant affidavit indicated that the victims daughter, Carla, and her husband Fredy Arellano were returning to the house when they received a frantic call from Jose Fernando Corona.
According to the document, Corona told Fredy over the phone that he had done it, he had killed her and was going to drag her body next door. The document continued, indicating that Corona then hung up the phone, and the couple tried to contact Maria via telephone, but was unsuccessful.
Now cops need the publics help in tracking down this accused chainsaw murderer who needs to be brought to justice.
Police: Corona Test Drove, Stole Truck
Cops say Corona test drove a 1991 gold two door Ford Ranger with Texas license plate AA24004 similar to the one seen here They say he never returned it to the Dallas used car dealership Jose Fernando Corona overview
Cops say Corona test drove a 1991 gold two-door Ford Ranger with Texas license plate AA24004 similar to the one seen here. They say he never returned it to the Dallas used car dealership.
Authorities say 49-year-old Jose Fernando Corona fled the scene just shortly after he allegedly committed the horrific crime.
I dont believe Corona had much of a head start, Deputy U.S. Marshal Heath Hill said. We dont have any substantial leads as to his whereabouts though.
According to police, Jose Fernando Corona originally fled in a 2005 gold Toyota Sequoia SUV with Texas license plate 247-DVH. The Toyota was found abandoned in a Walmart parking lot in Bedford, Texas, on April 28, 2010.
Capt. Deaver told AMW that Corona test drove a gold 1991 two-door Ford Ranger truck with license plate AA2-4004 at a Dallas used car dealership. Police said the accused murderer left his drivers license with the salesman as collateral and then took off with the vehicle on the afternoon of April 26, 2010.
Authorities: Corona Could Have Walked Across Border
fugitives,Jose Fernando Corona | Officials reported that the 1991 Ford Ranger with Corona driving was caught by a Border Patrol checkpoint camera on Interstate 35 just 20 miles north of Laredo at 9 30 p m CST on the day of the murder Jose Fernando Corona overview
Officials reported that the 1991 Ford Ranger with Corona driving was caught by a Border Patrol checkpoint camera on Interstate 35 just 20 miles north of Laredo at 9:30 p.m. CST on the day of the murder.
On April 28, 2010, officials reported that the 1991 Ford Rangers license plate was snapped by a Border Patrol checkpoint camera on Interstate 35 just 20 miles north of Laredo at 9:30 p.m. CST on the day of the murder.
However, cops told AMW the vehicle did not cross the border and could have been left unattended in the Laredo area, somewhere near the crossing into Mexico. As of March 6, 2010, the vehicle has not been located.
Its very possible that Corona could have walked across the border or could still be in Laredo, said Texas Ranger Tracy Murphree. The Texas Rangers have an intelligence center in Laredo and are actively looking for the suspect.
Corona stands 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs between 165 and 175 pounds. He has brown eyes, black hair and could have a mustache. Corona speaks fluent English and has worked as a laborer in the past.
Crisantos Moroyoqui, 36,