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[Texas:] Austin police chief wishes Mexican Mafia would ‘go back to San Antonio’
mySA.com ^ | 12/14/2011 | Bob Stewart

Posted on 12/15/2011 1:43:08 PM PST by SwinneySwitch

The Austin American-Statesman reports that Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo made a comment this week regarding San Antonio at a news conference touting recent successes against the Mexican Mafia.

Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo said the 309 years doled out on Friday are “a tremendous gift to the people of Austin.”

“The Mexican Mafia is not welcome in Austin,” Acevedo said. “I hope they go back to San Antonio.”

Federal, state and Austin law enforcement officials took part in the Tuesday presser. The Statesman reported:

The FBI said the case is the largest joint prosecution of the gang in Austin. Austin has in the past been a center of activity for the Texas Syndicate prison gang, while the Mexican Mafia was stronger in San Antonio.

Read the rest of the story here: Austin police, others tout work against Mexican Mafia


TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; News/Current Events; US: Texas
KEYWORDS: corruption; mexicanmafia; texassyndicate
Read the rest of the story here: Austin police, others tout work against Mexican Mafia

http://www.statesman.com/news/local/austin-police-others-tout-work-against-mexican-mafia-2030536.html

Two sanctuary cities!

1 posted on 12/15/2011 1:43:22 PM PST by SwinneySwitch
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To: SwinneySwitch
Hey chief, we'll make you a deal.

We'll keep "La Eme" here and throw them in prison, you keep the liberal moonbats there.

Deal?

2 posted on 12/15/2011 1:47:04 PM PST by red-dawg
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To: SwinneySwitch

I’m trying to envision the Democrat line that would cover this type of thing.

Are these supposed to be Mexican Mafia members that are only doing the things the Mafia in the United States won’t do?


3 posted on 12/15/2011 1:50:13 PM PST by DoughtyOne (Why back in '88, Conservatives backed Gore in Texas. What Reagan revolution? What laegacy?)
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To: red-dawg

Good idea: open season on any moonbat found south of Ruekle Road.


4 posted on 12/15/2011 1:50:23 PM PST by jagusafr ("We hold these truths to be self-evident...")
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To: SwinneySwitch

How about sending the Mexican Mafia back to Mexico DF?

I bet this Police Chief gets an earful from La Raza, MEChA, MALDEF, and the other Mexican KKK hate groups...for dissin’ the Mexican Mafia


5 posted on 12/15/2011 1:55:09 PM PST by RealImmigrant (National Security begins at the Border)
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To: SwinneySwitch

“Austin has in the past been a center of activity for the Texas Syndicate prison gang, while the Mexican Mafia was stronger in San Antonio. “

What he is really saying: Sanctuary city Austin is the Texas Syndicate’s turf.


6 posted on 12/15/2011 2:19:36 PM PST by wolficatZ (Got my Cheetos and my Channel Package remote. Life is good, right?)
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To: wolficatZ

I not from Austin, I’m from Texas.


7 posted on 12/15/2011 2:27:43 PM PST by dblshot (Insanity: electing the same people over and over and expecting different results.)
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To: wolficatZ

I not from Austin, I’m from Texas.


8 posted on 12/15/2011 2:27:51 PM PST by dblshot (Insanity: electing the same people over and over and expecting different results.)
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