Haraz N. Ghanbari
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano testifies on
Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011, before the
House Judiciary Committee hearing on immigration and Southwest
border issues. (AP Photo/Haraz N. Ghanbari)
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It's time to hold the feet of this miserable administration to fire.
Interesting. I'm curious as to why....
Dang it, Slabside! I thought I was first to comment this time!!! LOL
Great photo of nappy. She looks like the wicked witch of the west conjuring up a spell to cloud the minds of those who question her omnipotence. Congress wants DHS to give them a list of illegal immigrants who had not been detained or put in deportation proceedings. Criminals who were caught but then put back on the street to commit more crimes against Americans. The following is a prime example of what the DHS is doing to secure America.
Cartel smuggler turned over to DHS, caught in Arizona two weeks later. Two weeks after Francisco Guillermo Morales Esquer, 36, was arrested by Pinal County Sheriff’s deputies and turned over to federal authorities, the previously deported illegal alien was arrested again after a high-speed chase through the county and caught with $1.6 million worth of drugs.
On October 13, Esquer was arrested during a raid on a suspected stash house in which a large number of weapons were discovered. The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office (PCSO) turned the illegal alien over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement for deportation.
Then, on October 30, a PCSO deputy clocked Morales driving 50 mph through a school zone in Stanfield. The deputy gave chase with speeds reportedly reaching up to 100 mph.
Eventually, Morales crashed his car in the desert after allegedly trying to run-down a deputy who was placing ‘stop sticks’ on the road.
The smuggler, who is believed to be working for the Sinaloa Cartel was quickly taken into custody after jumping into an irrigation canal.Advertisement
Deputies reportedly found 80 pounds of white- and black-tar heroin and eight pounds of methamphetamine in Morales’ vehicle.
Morales has been charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, aggravated assault, felony flight and narcotics smuggling.
On Tuesday, Sheriff Paul Babeu told reporters that Morales’ re-capture is proof that the federal government is not enforcing immigration laws.
“There's no consequences,” he said.
Babeu continued: "Unlike the last catch and release, Morales will be prosecuted in Pinal County and hedl accountable to the full extent of the law for bringing his poison into America, and in the process almost killing one of my deputies."
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