Monday, December 18, 2006

Oregon on another top 10 list

Government Not Tracking Illegal Alien Crime Even As It Spirals Up
Operation Predator began on July 9, 2003, and resulted in 6,085 child predator arrests throughout the country - an average of roughly 250 arrests per month and eight arrests per day. While arrests have been made in every state, the most have occurred in these states: Arizona (207), California (1,578), Florida (255), Illinois (282), Michigan (153), Minnesota (190), New Jersey (423), New York (367), Oregon (148) and Texas (545).

250 arrests per month under this program which only targets serious offenders. This is taking into account the DUII's, the drugs, etc. For those of you who went to public school 250 arrests per month is roughly 8 arrests a day.

Was a child in your neighborhood a victim? Maybe one of you open border advocates would like to explain to the families of these children that in order to keep big labor (notice the ominous tone) happy we have to accept this culture of lawlessness that comes with the influx of illegal aliens.

It's time to stop importing criminals.


Anonymous said...

I find the Cheap Labor folks who enjoy the benefits of Illegal Aliens, are being supported by Socialists Liberals who want to destroy the USA and one specific Church denomination who is working over-time in the effort but are doing so very quietly and keeping well under the radar.

Let's be careful with where we are leaving donations be they money or items for re-sale as our generosity might be feeding the Bear!

Rick Hickey said...

This was ONLY Child Molesters.
They are still looking for over 400,000 others that have committed other crimes, that were released from Jail.
According to the House committee report on Homeland Security called; A Line in the Sand-over 980,000 have been Sexually abused by an Illegal Alien.

Hey open border people tell us how this is good and don't say Americans committ crimes also, these are PREVENTABLE crimes.


throowrocks said...

I am a member of local 296# out of portland. My union can not do enough for new hispanic barley speak a lick of english please join my union members. I met a white union brother that recently moved from LA to portland . Yes this is second hand info but I found his story believable and worrisome. Hispanics have taken control of construction labor halls and are placed in business agent and dissipater roles. Probably achieved by valid union elections the same as we have here in Portland. As busy as construction was in LA he could not get dispatched. He wanted an explanation and went to the hall. He was told he will wait his turn like the other gringos. He, being fit and rather large moved in close and spoke sternly with a few four letter words that he's been a member in good standing and transferred from the seattle hall.I am union bother and expect the same treatment given to all A# list journeyman laborers. One of the other agents closed the blinds and the office workers circled him and told him they would give him a job after they burn his house down. Hispanics have his complete work history including social, address and other info that gives them the same advantage as the government except there not the government there the firkin Mexican mafia.

DanTheMan said...

They really need to put incentives in for businesses to stop hiring aliens. There are so many that "rounding them up" is not much of an option. We need to discourage them from even coming and we should probably do this before all the ER rooms are shut down.

Bobkatt said...

Rick-I hate to admit it but more lawsuits just might be the answer. If the people in prison can sue for over crowding and better treatment why can't everyone that is directly harmed by illegal invaders sue the government for their lack of border inforcement? When they refuse to do their job they need to pay. Union members need to file class action suits for discrimination and spending union dues supporting illegal immigration.

terry said...

Here's a little story you'll enjoy:

I recently had jury duty and was called to two jury panels but didn't get picked for either jury. (A panel is the subgroup from which the opposing lawyers try to exclude jurors who might vote the wrong way, and from which the actual jurors are ultimately chosen.)

In both cases, a court-appointed Spanish-language interpreter was present for the defendant.

Two out of two, what are the odds of that?

Anonymous said...

Interesting news about the unions.