Federal Law, Profiling, Illegal Aliens, Sheriff Joe Arpaio

united States in extreme Distress

united States in extreme Distress

We here in Arizona have an awesome Sheriff in Maricopa County.  Citizens elsewhere should be so lucky as to have someone who defends them from the treasonous hispanics who are invading us illegally.   He does an amazing job for us and has been elected 5 times now.

There are those who claim he is racially profiling hispanics when it comes to illegal immigration, but hey, if you are looking for a drug dealer or a pimp in Harlem, are you going to look for a white woman? Of course not! (thank you Lynda)

We are being over-run by illegal alien scum and those who represent them whether they be elected officials or ordinary citizens or even law firms disguising themselves as Americans.  Sheriff Arpaio is at least enforcing the laws of this nation and defending the rights of legal citizens.  It seems that HE is the only one with the guts to fulfill his obligations as a Sheriff!  The rest cower behind the threat “racial” profiling or ethnic bias.

The hispanics here claim that he is racially profiling them when doing his sweeps and raids for illegal aliens.  I say again, if you are looking for a serial killer you aren’t going to look for a black man!  The typical serial killer is a white male between the ages of 18 and 32. And while the evidence and the area have to be taken into consideration you can start by looking around for the white guy. You would NOT start by looking for a woman or child, a black man or a hispanic.  THAT is profiling…  Or, if the shoe fits then you must be wearing it!!!

According to Wikipedia, the FBI method for profiling is the most widely used method for seeking criminals.  The definition of  profiling can also be gotten from there:

The FBI method of profiling is a system created by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. It is used to detect and classify the major personality and behavioral characteristics of an individual based upon analysis of the crime or crimes the person committed.

So the fact that 90 percent of those here, (in the Southern States),  illegally are hispanic is not racial profiling, it is where logic dictates you look, (why reinvent the wheel???).  Nor will I now, or ever, feel sorry for any illegal here in this country.  You bring your own sorrows upon yourselves and have ONLY yourselves to blame for any trouble.  Don’t like it?  GO HOME TO MEXICO! Stop your bloody whining about poor pity the brown, (or bronze), faces and give us all a break.  THIS DOESN’T APPLY to u.S. Hispanic Citizens!!!

With the unwillingness of the Federal Government, Obama, and those in Congress to fulfill their obligations and enforce the laws they created, our Sheriff Joe has no choice but to do as we elected him for, enforce the laws of this land.  Gosh, what a concept huh?  Enforcing the laws!  Imagine that!  Sheriff Joe Arpaio is a man of courage and conviction and it is why he is continually re-elected.  Thank you Sheriff Joe!

CNN’s Lou Dobbs was grilling Arizona’s Attorney General last night.  Poor Terry Goddard, he was unable to answer many questions.  I can’t thank Lou Dobbs enough for asking the hard questions and possibly expecting some answers!  Thank you Lou!

DOBBS: The drug wars in a raging along our southern border tonight are posing a rising and worsening threat to the United States. In Arizona, cities there are experiencing an increase in human smuggling, kidnappings and violent crime. My guest is leading a new campaign against human smugglers and drug traffickers in his state. Joining me now is Arizona’s Attorney General, Terri Goddard. Mr. Attorney General, good to have you with us.

TERRY GODDARD, ARIZONA ATTORNEY GENERAL: Good evening. Pleasure to be here.

DOBBS: We have heard variously from the department of homeland secretary, Janet Napolitano, that the problem apparently in Mexico is that the second amendment of our constitution is somehow an inconvenience for the government of Mexico. Is that — I can’t even believe two national officials would talk like that when we have basically a war raging just south of your state.

GODDARD: Well, there is a war raging in Mexico. And a lot of the arms that are being used by the drug cartels in that war come from sources in the United States. 90% of the weapons that have been traced from Mexico are found to come from the U.S.

DOBBS: I’m sorry, just out of curiosity, because what I would hike to know about that is, the DEA, the justice department say that the Mexican government will not give them the serial numbers for the weapons that were under discussion, and that number, 90%, we’ve heard. But the facts are, we haven’t been given the serial numbers for the weapons.

GODDARD: Actually, the e-trace program run by the bureau of alcohol, tobacco and firearms has been chasing down some weapons that were found at crime scenes. We’re involved right now in Arizona in a prosecution against an individual arms dealer selling to straw buyers, that’s a contravention of law. What the Mexican authorities have asked us to do, and we’re talking seriously, is to try to make sure that the illegal sales don’t continue, or we do everything we can to stop them.

DOBBS: And the weapons that were sold by this — allegedly by the dealer there in Arizona, they were what? What brands? What type of weapon?

GODDARD: Mostly AK-47s. There were 500 in the last year. I can’t go into detail, because this is a case that actually started trial today.

DOBBS:
Okay. So as we look at this, and we hear that the second amendment is then somehow a problem, the AK-47, these were fully automatic weapons?

GODDARD: I’m sure they weren’t when they were sold. How they’re being used in Mexico, frankly, I can’t tell you. I believe they’re used as automatic weapons. But the bottom line is the straw buyer. This is not a second amendment issue, Mr. Dobbs. This is a question of following the existing arms laws in the United States.

DOBBS: Yeah, I would think that would be the case. And this is a federal prosecution?

GODDARD: No, it’s a State prosecution. I know that’s confusing.

DOBBS: That is.

GODDARD: The investigation was done by the bureau of alcohol, tobacco and firearms, but Arizona prosecutors are taking it to court.

DOBBS: I guess I have to ask this question, why in the world isn’t it a federal prosecution and why isn’t the ATF the relevant agency?

GODDARD: Well, I’m not the best person to ask. We were delighted to be able to take this case. Because we’ve been for years investigating human smuggling and the money transfers that are part and parcel of facilitating human smuggling. So this is the other half, I believe, of some of the same criminal enterprises.

DOBBS: Here’s where I get confused. If you would help me out. The United States government, the federal government’s responsible for securing the border. If they were doing their jobs, there would be no human smuggling. If the federal government were securing the border between Mexico, let’s say, and Arizona, there would be no arms traffic. So this could save you a lot of trouble, and you could say as the attorney general of the state of Arizona could say that phoenix has become the kidnapping capital of the United States, and the United States government could secure the public safety here by stopping both arms trafficking and human smuggling, and by the way, the fact that Mexico remains the principal source of methamphetamines, marijuana, cocaine and heroin into the United States. Help me out.

GODDARD:
Well, you’ve thrown a lot of curve balls at me here.

DOBBS: I’m sorry.

GODDARD: First and foremost, I would say our U.S. attorney in Arizona has the highest caseload in the United States for a similar office, and they’re doing mostly immigration cases.

DOBBS: Surely.

GODDARD: That’s one of the reasons that the bureau of alcohol and tobacco came to us, because there was an extra prosecution capacity. But as I said, this is something we’ve been working on for a long time in Arizona. I would be delighted to work more on the kidnappings that you referred to. We’re in serious trouble there because some of the drop house related crimes are something that is causing a great deal of concern in our state.

DOBBS: And there were demonstrations against sheriff of Maricopa County, Joe Arpaio, over the weekend. I’m just at a loss as to how people who are in this country illegally, who would, if the federal government were doing its job, or if the state government working with the federal government was doing its job in securing that border, why would there be a protest against the sheriff who’s basically trying under 287G of the U.S. code, trying to stop illegal immigration? It’s a little confusing to me.

GODDARD: Sometimes it gets very confusing down on the border. In this case, a lot of people felt that the sheriff was not just going after people here that were illegal, but many that were actually United States citizens.

DOBBS: How about you, you’re the attorney general of the state. Have you ever found him to be in violation of state law? Or in any way violating civil rights of the residents of the state?

GODDARD: We haven’t found him to be so. There’s certainly been some anecdotal complaints to my office. But we don’t have jurisdiction in this area. It’s a justice department issue, if it belongs in anybodies court.

DOBBS: All right. So far, well, I guess we can say that the U.S. justice department has looked into it, I assume. Is that correct?

GODDARD: They’re not talking. But I assume that they’ve been looking into the complaints that they’ve received, yes, sir.

DOBBS: And they’ve never brought an action of any kind?

GODDARD: Not that I’m aware of. You probably heard about it before I have.

DOBBS: I’ve never heard of it. I was just trying to catch up with the latest from law enforcement of the state of Arizona. Mr. Attorney general, we appreciate your being with us.

GODDARD: Mr. Dobbs, good evening to you.

DOBBS:
Thank you very much.

Now, notice that NONE of those listed below have ANYTHING whatsoever to do with Arizona!!!  Talk about sticking your nose where it doesn’t bloody well belong!  The following members of the Judiciary Committee need to take a leap off a high cliff!  After all, if they are too cowardly to enforce the laws of this land then they neither deserve respect nor should any credence be given to what they have to say.  The laws of this land are very explicit.  See Below…

Jonathan Godfrey (Conyers) 202-226-6888 Michigan14th District

Pedro Riberio (Lofgren) 202-225-3072 No mention anywhere of who this is.

Ilan Kayatsky (Nadler) 212-367-7350 New York 8th District

Larry Dillard (Scott) 202-225-8351 Virginia

When I look at Conyers photograph I see a hispanic man.  I wonder, COULD the actions of this committee possibly be a racially motivated?  7 members of this committee seem to be of hispanic origins.  You don’t suppose there would be any impropriety or personal interest here now do you?

Now, I tried to reach Pedro Riberio, (another hispanic?), and the mail was returned as unable to reach the man.  Too bad…

And because the Sheriff is doing his job so well the inept federal government is shamed and trying to save face.   It is truly pathetic that instead of enforcing the laws, the federal government (judicial committee) has to grandstand!  If they don’t want this type of thing to happen then why don’t they secure the border as the federal government has been mandated to do repeatedly?  BECAUSE THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT DOESN’T WANT THE BORDER SECURED! It doesn’t fit in with the New World Order plan.

So, I wanted to know about what other Sheriff’s thought on the subject and came across this web page:

April 8, 1998

Sheriff Pete S. Tough
County Street
Old Town, CA 95110-1721
Dear Sheriff Tough:
Our Constitution says, in essence:
  • Only Congress can create federal laws, and powers not granted to the federal government are prohibited from it.
  • Therefore: No president can make laws or EOs, etc., that have the force and effect of laws.
  • All existing EOs, PDDs, NSDs and all such items, other than routine operation of government, that became law are unconstitutional, null, void and unenforceable.
  • Further: Enforcement of those unconstitutional EOs, PDDs, NSDs and all such items is a brazen violation of the Constitution.
Agencies are certainly forbidden from passing laws.
Therefore: Agency created rules and regulations that have the force and effect of law are unconstitutional, null, void and unenforceable.
  • Federal agents breaking, entering, seizing, terrifying and jailing with neither warrant nor notice is a flagrant violation of our Constitution and its inherent Bill of Rights.
  • And: The unconstitutional enforcement of unconstitutional laws constitutes a most illegal avoidance of our Constitution and its inherent Bill of Rights.
  • When such laws attempt to negate the Constitution, they are even more unconstitutional.

I so loved reading this page.  There is so much more on it and I do hope you will go and visit it.

Now, according to the Arizona Constitution ratified in 1901:

20. Military power subordinate to civil power Section 20. The military shall be in strict subordination to the civil power.

35. Actions by illegal aliens prohibited
Section 35. A person who is present in this state in violation of federal immigration law
related to improper entry by an alien shall not be awarded punitive damages in any action
in any court in this state.

The best definition of the LAWS within these united States can be found HERE: While too much to add here, there is most definitely federal penalties for harboring, encouraging, and shielding illegal aliens. A partial list includes:

TITLE 8 > CHAPTER 12 > SUBCHAPTER II > Part VIII > § 1324

§ 1324. Bringing in and harboring certain aliens

(a) Criminal penalties (1) (A) Any person who—

(i) knowing that a person is an alien, brings to or attempts to bring to the United States in any manner whatsoever such person at a place other than a designated port of entry or place other than as designated by the Commissioner, regardless of whether such alien has received prior official authorization to come to, enter, or reside in the United States and regardless of any future official action which may be taken with respect to such alien;

(ii) knowing or in reckless disregard of the fact that an alien has come to, entered, or remains in the United States in violation of law, transports, or moves or attempts to transport or move such alien within the United States by means of transportation or otherwise, in furtherance of such violation of law;

(iii) knowing or in reckless disregard of the fact that an alien has come to, entered, or remains in the United States in violation of law, conceals, harbors, or shields from detection, or attempts to conceal, harbor, or shield from detection, such alien in any place, including any building or any means of transportation;

(iv) encourages or induces an alien to come to, enter, or reside in the United States, knowing or in reckless disregard of the fact that such coming to, entry, or residence is or will be in violation of law; or

So, whine at us again for our Sheriff’s actions and we will simply tell you to F*** off.  No pity, no mercy, and total disregard for you as you have shown yourselves to be of the laws of this nation.  If the cowards in the federal government ever decide to enforce the laws they enacted, then and only then, will those here  in Arizona listen to them!

As for the biased media here in Arizona, you can go shove it where the sun don’t shine.  I’m talking about KPHO in particular.  I find their pathetic coverage on then news ONLY showing the demonstrators against Arpaio to be reprehensible.

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~ by justmytruth on March 4, 2009.

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