Skip to comments.'Guerrilla-style' attack at local grocery store
Posted on 09/29/2012 7:38:58 PM PDT by moonshinner_09
WACO - Three men have been arrested for kidnapping a local grocery store employee and trying to rob the store while armed with military gear and weapons early Friday morning. Police called the crime a "guerrilla-style" attack.
Police said 29-year-old Marco Polo Medina-Gonzalez, 20-year-old Josias Chavez and 24-year-old Julio Cesar Figueroa Medina followed the assistant store manager of the Super Plaza Grocery Store at 1320 N. 25th St. to an intersection near 18th St. and Bosque Blvd. There the suspects crashed into the victim's car, then pulled in front and blocked him.
According to police, two of the suspects ran to the victim, forced their way into the vehicle at gunpoint and drove him back to the store with the remaining suspect following. Police say two of the suspects wore military style clothing and ski-masks.
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Marco Polo and Julius Caesar? Enough to give someone delusions of grandeur. I don’t know about Joe.
“Commando criminals” are mentioned a lot in Fernando Aguirre’s outstaning “Modern Survival Manual,” based on his experiences in Buenos Aires in the early 2000s post-collapse. They are a sign of things to come.
> A check of McLennans inmate list show all three are
> illegally in the U.S.
So, they were brave when they thought they were in control and preying on the defenseless, vests, Uzi, AK47, and cowards after they crashed by running and leaving these items behind.
Fortunately, this well-trained trio had the combat prescience of rutabagas.
God can scatter their brains, and keep ours intact, ‘til the very end.
it was obviously a spontaneous attack because of a film......
Veterans of the Mexican civil war, no doubt.
I was calling about an illegal my office helped BP apprehend. I needed the name and birthdate for our report system. When he said the last name was Meza-Meza, we both chuckled and said “eeewww!”
Damned! Armed Amish in Waco, Texas. Gee, what do you think Holder and the feds will do about it? Burn down a farm-complex to flush them out?
Nov. 6th is your last chance to change this crap.
“The roofing contractor told me (and it is mostly true) all roofing, in this local are crews of people who happen to be in the U.S.A. illegally.”
This is a good example of illegal aliens taking jobs from Americans who work with their hands.
Last fall I was faced with a choice: hiring a roofing crew run by an American using illegals for a lower bid, or an American using an American crew for slightly more money.
As far as I’m concerned, using illegals to roof your home in order to save a few bucks is like hiring an illegal to clean your pool (which I don’t have) or to clean your home or to do your yard work.
I went with the American roofing crew last fall and told the other guy—who was low-balling my fellow citizens out of business—to go to hell.
Btw, I dethatched my own yard with a rented dethatcher this afternoon. And I don’t go to restaurants using illegal labor. It’s ratifying illegality. Period.
no-to-illegals, you either walk the walk or you don’t—and that’s the complete truth. Morality lesson, over-and-out.
I lived very close to this location in the mid 80s. Back then it wasn’t bad. I was up in that area last Spring and I wouldn’t want to live there today.
no disagreement here. Practice many of the particulars you just preached plus some which went unmentioned, when can find the merchandise.
Probably not their real names.
Just like in magic worlds, knowledge of one's real name can allow others to control you. Why would an illegal, with many crimes under his belt in his native Guatemala or Mexico, arrive to the USA without any ID and immediately tell who he is? A stupid illegal invents a dozen aliases. A smart one buys a few IDs from a street dealer; that gives him a foothold for acquiring completely legal IDs from US authorities - and then he is golden.
We are Mexico.
1. How can illegal aliens go around with impunity committing crimes?
2. Where did they buy the guns?
3. The story says bulletproof vest were found. Were the suspects wearing them, or were they just in the car? This leads to several other questions.
4. WHO trained these guys to do this (yes, training had to be involved -- pretty slick idea)?
5. Why are stupid corporations allowed to prevent managers from being armed to protect themselves and the stores (and everyone knows it)?
This nation is beyond help.
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