Skip to comments.[Nebraska] Police Arrest [Illegal Alien] On Charge Of Impersonating Officer (Dash Cam Included)
Posted on 01/12/2007 6:15:54 AM PST by nckerr
La Vista Police Arrest Man On Charge Of Impersonating Officer Officer Thinks He's Helping Colleague
POSTED: 1:46 pm CST January 8, 2007 UPDATED: 5:08 pm CST January 8, 2007
LA VISTA, Neb. -- La Vista police said a man is under arrest after an officer watched him try to pull over another vehicle with flashing strobe lights on his SUV.
Guillermo J. Olivarres-Castro, 21, is charged with impersonating a police officer, among other charges.
Guillermo J. Olivarres-Castro
According to La Vista police, Officer Brian Stolley was on patrol near the 7400 block of South 66th Street when he watched a white 1999 Lincoln Navigator attempt to make a traffic stop on another vehicle using flashing strobe lights on the front grill of his vehicle. The officer initially believed the Navigator may have been an unmarked police car that was attempting to make a stop. The officer turned his vehicle around to help what he thought was a colleague, and in doing so talked to the Navigator's driver.
Officers located wiring from the strobe lights in the grill that led to a toggle switch in the vehicle.
Olivarres-Castro was transported and booked at the Sarpy County Jail.
Police said they're not sure Olivarres-Castro is a U.S. citizen. They said he showed a Mexican consulate card, not a driver's licenses.
Investigators said Olivarres-Castro admitted to police he was trying to get the other vehicle to pull over.
"The driver admitted he was acting like the police trying to pull over the other motorist because he felt the driver was driving crazy, erratic," said La Vista Lt. D.J. Barcal. "The concern is anyone could be pulled over under the assumption they're being pulled over by a legitimate law enforcement official."
Officers said they're not sure what Olivarres-Castro's intentions were once the other driver was stopped.
La Vista police want to know if there have been similar incidents in the recent past that have not yet been reported. Anyone with information can contact 402-331-1582.
The Path to National Suicide by Lawrence Auster (1990)
An essay on multi-culturalism and immigration.
How can we account for this remarkable silence? The answer, as I will try to show, is that when the Immigration Reform Act of 1965 was being considered in Congress, the demographic impact of the bill was misunderstood and downplayed by its sponsors. As a result, the subject of population change was never seriously examined. The lawmakers stated intention was that the Act should not radically transform Americas ethnic character; indeed, it was taken for granted by liberals such as Robert Kennedy that it was in the nations interest to avoid such a change. But the dramatic ethnic transformation that has actually occurred as a result of the 1965 Act has insensibly led to acceptance of that transformation in the form of a new, multicultural vision of American society. Dominating the media and the schools, ritualistically echoed by every politician, enforced in every public institution, this orthodoxy now forbids public criticism of the new path the country has taken. We are a nation of immigrants, we tell ourselves and the subject is closed. The consequences of this code of silence are bizarre. One can listen to statesmen and philosophers agonize over the multitudinous causes of our decline, and not hear a single word about the massive immigration from the Third World and the resulting social divisions. Opponents of population growth, whose crusade began in the 1960s out of a concern about the growth rate among resident Americans and its effects on the environment and the quality of life, now studiously ignore the question of immigration, which accounts for fully half of our population growth.
This curious inhibition stems, of course, from a paralyzing fear of the charge of racism. The very manner in which the issue is framedas a matter of equal rights and the blessings of diversity on one side, versus racism on the othertends to cut off all rational discourse on the subject. One can only wonder what would happen if the proponents of open immigration allowed the issue to be discussed, not as a moralistic dichotomy, but in terms of its real consequences. Instead of saying: We believe in the equal and unlimited right of all people to immigrate to the U.S. and enrich our land with their diversity, what if they said: We believe in an immigration policy which must result in a staggering increase in our population, a revolution in our culture and way of life, and the gradual submergence of our current population by Hispanic and Caribbean and Asian peoples. Such frankness would open up an honest debate between those who favor a radical change in Americas ethnic and cultural identity and those who think this nation should preserve its way of life and its predominant, European-American character. That is the actual choiceas distinct from the theoretical choice between equality and racismthat our nation faces. But the tyranny of silence has prevented the American people from freely making that choice.
Should have included this:
Hopefull he wasn't 'racially profiling' the suspect he pulled over. That might actually get our politicians upset about this.
Hopefully he wasn't 'racially profiling' the suspect he pulled over. That might actually get our politicians upset about this.
I should have said I was being sarcastic, I despise the liberals for what they have done to our country in my life time.
The Dems have been the party of political opportunistism, social engineering and treason since what, the 1850's?
I can't think of a single Democratic policy iniative, foreign or domestic, advanced by them for short term political gain in 100 years that hasn't been disastrous in the long term for the larger polity and society as a whole.
Oh, I knew you were being sarcastic. I just wanted to show that people have known about this problem for quite some time. I think Auster's analysis is 100% correct and have been telling everyone pretty much the same thing. Diversity means division not unity. It forces us to focus on what is different about each other instead of what we have in common.