Monday, April 8, 2013



Contents: BP troops comments on visit of Glorious Leader & some
local stuff, including federal/state police raid in west Chih.

Janet Napolitano claims she conducted a 2-day visit to the border
areas of Douglas and Tucson "…to get ground truth." Huh? Is this
her new comedy routine? Is she auditioning for a spot on the Tonight
Show? She is surrounded by yes men, she did not visit with rank-and-
file agents, and during her tenure as DHS secretary she has not
reached out to the Border Patrol agents' union once. As in, never.
But it's only been 4+ years, so we're certain she is getting
around to it. Now that we know she wants "ground truth" we will be
watching our phones very closely..

We wish, for once, that she would just call a spade a spade and admit
that she came here to lie to the American people about how
"secure" the border is and to push a shamnesty program to reward
illegal aliens. Period. She does not want "ground truth" because
it would get in the way of her political agenda. Or perhaps she just
didn't want to be confronted by angry Border Patrol agents who
certainly would have questioned her about the border enforcement and
pay cuts she has been pushing.

Notice, however, that she met with the police chiefs of Douglas and
Benson, as well as the Cochise County sheriff. She no doubt assured
them that millions in Operation Stone Garden money would keep flowing
to local police departments since she is saving so much by cutting
the salaries of Border Patrol agents. But trust her, she really will
"secure the border" if everyone will just give her that shamnesty
program she wants so badly to bring us all into the "21st century"
and bring millions more illegal aliens "out of the shadows".
Simply nauseating.

Read more here.

Yuma Border Patrol arrests convicted pedophile
April 05, 2013 5:48 PM

Border Patrol agents from the Yuma Station have arrested a Mexican
national who has previously convicted of sex crimes against a child.

According to agent Kyle Estes of the Yuma Sector Communications
Division, agents apprehended two men Thursday night who had crossed
the Colorado River near Somerton in an attempt to enter the country

Estes said a record check later revealed that one of the men, Jose
Reyes-Acosta, is an aggravated felon with an extensive criminal
history, including intimidation of a witness and child abuse in 2003,
and a conviction of sexual misconduct with a minor in 2005.

Reyes-Acosta spent 18 months in prison in New Mexico and was
previously deported to Mexico. He now faces prosecution by the U.S.
Attorney's Office.

Read more:

Note: 22 yrs old with caddy and no insurance. Immigration status
unk at this time.

Police find 15 pounds of marijuana next to newborn
Posted: Apr 05, 2013 8:50 PM MST
Updated: Apr 05, 2013 8:50 PM MST
By Jackie Kent - email
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A Tucson man was arrested today after police discovered 15 pounds of
marijuana in a secret compartment of his car, next to a 12-day-old baby.

A Pinal County Sheriff noticed a Cadillac Escalade with excessive
window tint headed westbound on I-10 near milepost 20 just after
12:30 p.m. He then radioed in the license plate to discover the car
had no insurance and he initiated a stop.

A husband, wife and their 12-day-old child were inside the SUV.
Alejandro Ortiz, 22, who was the driver of the car, told the officer
they were headed to Phoenix. His tense actions led the officer to
return to his vehicle and deploy his K-9 partner.

The dog alerted the officer to an area of the car. Upon further
investigation, the officer discovered $10,000 worth of marijuana in a
compartment next to the newborn.

The Pinal County Sheriff's Office arrested Ortiz for possession of
marijuana and transportation of marijuana and he will be booked into
the Pinal County Adult Detention Center.

Ortiz's wife was released with her baby at the scene because she
could not be linked to the marijuana in the vehicle.


Note: Nogales
Found executed near customs tax shack
Details Published on Saturday April 6, 2013,
Written by Cesar Barragan / The Journal

Wrapped in a blanket and taped head to toe was found the body of a
man who was tortured and shot on the edge of a hill located in
Colonia Luis Donaldo Colosio just meters from the bonded customs area
of ​​this border.

The Attorney General of the State (PGJE) reported that the victim has
not been identified and is about a young man about 20 years old, of
dark complexion, slim build, about 1.65 meters tall, short hair,
beard and little mustache.
The police reports indicate that the finding was recorded at 08:37
hours at the end of the street circuit of Los Mayos colony near the
road marked the bonded customs area.
The victim was wearing blue jeans and plaid shirt faded blue and
green, has several tattoos, these being that of a barbed wire and a
skull at the height of the right arm and one on the back with the
name Porfirio.
The body was found at the foot of a hill in the said colony, showing
various wounds caused by a sharp, pointed object across the chest and
around his neck was a wire, with which he was hanged, the cause of
death being asphyxia strangulation.
From the facts attested the Public Prosecutor of the Common
Jurisdiction, who ordered the lifting and moving the body to a local
mortuary where he conducted the autopsy of law required.
Investigating authorities expect that in the coming hours the remains
are identified and claimed by their relatives.

Note: Local interest mostly, interesting plan

Plan structure COFETUR tourist routes in the Gran Desierto de Altar
Written by Grupo AM

Puerto Penasco, Sonora, APRIL 06, 2013. - Experts in adventure travel
the Gran Desierto de Altar Biosphere Reserve of Pinacate to create
ecotourism routes and sustainably exploit the natural beauty of the

The General Coordinator of the Commission for the Promotion of
Tourism of the State, Javier Tapia Camou, said that to achieve a
tourist route structuring ecological and environmentalist, in 2012 we
conducted a primary scouting exploration and currently takes a look
to delineate the possible routes.

He explained that he intended to combine in these circuits tourism
activities under extreme adventure sports and nature observation, in
order to be able to offer this new product to a wider market.

Routes contemplate everything you need to respect and not to alter
the environment and flora and fauna, the official said.

For his part, Juan Guillermo Ordoñez, with extensive experience in
the discovery and creation of tourist routes and developer,
acknowledged that the Great Altar Desert Reserve and have great
potential for ecotourism. "I like to explore and publicize different
natural sites, unique, having something different to offer, and no
doubt will have many places here to brag," he added.

For the definition and creation of the next ecotourism routes, are
touring various ways from the Colorado River Delta to the Pinacate

Juan Guillermo Ordoñez has created various ecotourism routes in Nuevo
Leon, Chiapas and Veracruz, and has written two books on the same
subject: "the citrus region" and "Corners of Mexico" and is currently
in process "20 Adventures in the citrus region"

Note: vehicle not damaged other than the fire.

Are three charred bodies inside a car ON THE COAST OF CABORCA
Wednesday, April 3, 2013

* More pictures on / laperladeldesierto

By: Rafael Leon Pineda
Caborca, Sonora. The charred bodies of three people in a car were
found burnt during Wednesday morning in a gap leading to Campo
Grande, located at kilometer 29 of the highway Caborca ​​-
Desemboque, attended by the authorities to take note of what happened .

Police forces of the three levels were alerted to the discovery,
where they found a car sedan, Grand Prix line, fully burned, where
three bodies were found, of which two of them were in the back seat
and one in the part of the trunk.

It was at about 9:30 Wednesday morning when the authorities came to
kilometer 29 of the highway agricultural Caborca ​​coast, to two
kilometers north of a gap leading to Campo Grande, which was located
on vehicle where were the charred remains.

The Common Public Prosecutor moved to where attested to the facts and
order the relevant law, being transferred the remains to the funeral
home amphitheater in turn.

At the time of the discovery had not any missing person report being
until 12:00 noon when the report was received at the police station
when Cristian family presented Jaime Plata, 20 residing in the colony
Santa Cecilia, in this city of Caborca ​​and Cesar Jaime Flores,
19, who may be the victims found Wednesday.

Reportantes also said that along with them came to work at the
expense of Caborca ​​a person known only by the nickname
"telethon", which were last seen Tuesday afternoon in the ejido Juan
Alvarez, knowing their whereabouts so far presumed victims could be
found inside the vehicle.

state and federal police in Cuauhtemoc to search houses
El Diario de Chihuahua | April 5, 2013 | 18:02 pm

Cuauhtémoc. - A convoy of more than 20 units of Single State Police
and Federal Police attended Cuauhtémoc after 3 pm for a series of
raids at various places in a review that highlights some municipal
police regarding their weapons.

Since the advent of operating some citizens began making calls to
different media derived from the series of extortions that occurred,
however this time we observed the arrival of all the evidence to
specific addresses.

This, according to unofficial sources attributed corresponds to the
series of investigations by the arrest by the anti-kidnapping group,
a youth group of kidnappers allegedly found in the city of Chihuahua
whose information did not want to be defined in detail and the West
Zone Prosecutor or by the Municipal Police who confirmed the
incident, but no official information has transpired.

However, trying to find more information of the fact, known only
voice of a radio interview that federal elements were searching the
municipal police weaponry, so the municipal councilor Rafael Perez
Martinez urged municipal police to provide proper legal paperwork
that proves the ownership of guns.

The fatter operating and where they stayed longer was in one of the
homes located in the streets and Seventh and Tabasco Republic of the
colony where he arrived the same convoy said surveillance in at least
three block radius.

Finally and once finished the search, was only operating uncertainty
which is generated from municipal police and inhabitants of the
colony and the city.

El Diario de Chihuahua

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