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The whole purpose of government is to protect the property rights of law abiding citizens from the illegal encroachments of others. Obama and his Illuminati allies understand this all to well. Using the classic Hegelian Dialectic, they are permitting criminals and drug dealers to enter the United States unchecked. I am convinced that their solution will be presented very shortly, in the form of martial law.
"Order out of Chaos" is the Illuminati way. They create the chaos with their lax enforcement and they will impose the order through the cries of the victims. The primary casualty in all of this will be our Constitution and Bill of Rights.
Meanwhile, the atrocities will only continue.
"Krentz was found gunned down on his ranch northeast of Douglas a day after his brother reported drug-smuggling activity to the Border Patrol that led to the seizure of 290 pounds of marijuana and the arrest of eight people on the ranch.
The night of the killing, officers followed a single set of footprints to the U.S.-Mexico border, Dever said.
That sparked widespread speculation that Krentz was killed by an illegal immigrant or a drug smuggler from Mexico. In the ensuing weeks, the killing became symbolic of Arizona's porous and violent border, setting off a flurry of demands from residents, politicians and law enforcement leaders for more troops and resources to the border.
"Rob has become a martyr for this cause, a symbol," U.S. Senate candidate J.D. Hayworth said at a community meeting held on March 31 in the unincorporated community of Apache, near where the Krentz family has worked its 35,000-acre ranch for 100 years." (source)
It looks like a revenge killing from a group of individuals that were trafficking drugs. Now we are being told that the murderer could have come from the United States.
"High-ranking government officials with credible information spoke to the Star, citing a desire to quell the fury over illegal immigration and drug smuggling set off by the shooting death of longtime rancher Robert Krentz on March 27.
They said Cochise County Sheriff Larry Dever is investigating a person in the United States, not in Mexico, in connection with the shooting." (Ibid)
This could be more government "disinfo". One thing we do know is, contrary to media reports, this murder is not the only crime perpetrated by illegals in Arizona. Here are a few others:
* "Another tragic addition to the list of unnecessary deaths caused by violent illegal aliens was the newlywed couple, James and Emilia Lee of Huachuca City, Arizona, who had been married only six weeks. They were killed Oct. 16 when a truckload of at least 17 illegal aliens traveling at 90 mph crashed into several vehicles near the town of Sierra Vista, leaving a horrific scene of carnage. The aliens were trying to escape police after they had run a stop sign, and the truck rammed into a line of nine vehicles waiting for a turn light near Fort Huachuca."
* Marc Atkinson was just 28 when he was shot and killed in a 1999 ambush by an illegal alien from Mexico. Officer Atkinson was a five-year veteran of the Phoenix Police Force, and was survived by his wife Karen, infant son and two siblings. The killer, Felipe Petrona-Cabanas, had around a pound of cocaine in his car when apprehended with two other Mexican nationals. The three came from a farming area in the state of Guerrero near Acapulco, and said they came to the United States to work but couldn't find any. A notable detail in the case is how an armed citizen, Rory Vertigan, came to the aid of the shot officer and helped apprehend the Mexicans, who certainly would have escaped over the border if they could have.
* Phoenix Police Officer Robert Sitek was shot four times 4/12/03 during a traffic stop altercation with an illegal alien that became violent. Sitek and his partner David Thwing were on routine patrol when a red truck cut off their squad car, and when the officers stopped the truck the driver began shooting. Officer Sitek was in cardiac arrest by the time he reached the hospital and lost a considerable amount of blood. Shooter Francisco A. Gallardo was a "Mexican citizen who had recently completed a seven-year prison term for aggravated assault." He had been deported after his release but had returned to Arizona.
* In another case of justice denied, the murderer of Phoenix high school student Tanee Natividad merely crossed the border into Mexico to escape law enforcement. A local television station was able to track down the murderer in a bar just a few miles across the border without much effort. Max LaMadrid has no reason to hide because the Mexican government actually helps violent criminals escape American justice. According to Arizona Attorney General Janet Napolitano, action by the Mexican supreme court making it more difficult to extradite criminals has "created an incentive for people to flee into Mexico as a safe harbor." At one time, Mexico would not extradite criminals who might be subject to the death penalty; the Mexican court recently extended this "protection" to any Mexican who might receive a life sentence, thereby giving a free pass to rapists, kidnappers and child molesters. In fact, the investigating reporter found 100 cases of violent criminals from the Phoenix area escaping into Mexico in just the last few years. Meanwhile, the grieving family of 16-year-old Tanee gets no justice — like thousands of others in the southwest. (Source)
Highlighting all of this is the fact that only 326 individuals have been turned over to American Authorities since 2006 (a paltry 80 criminals per year). (source) Mexico will not extradite anyone that faces the death penalty in the United States. They will also aggressively prosecute "Bounty Hunters" that cross the border to capture a known criminal. Some estimates state that there are currently 100-200 American Bounty Hunters languishing in Mexican prisons. (Source)
It is easy to conclude that Mexico has no respect for America or its laws. If they did, they would police their Northern Border with the same aggression that they do their Southern. Since so many Mexican criminals cross into the United States, the border seems to be the perfect place to apprehend them.
Sadly, we spend a far greater sum of money on enforcing the border between North and South Korea than we do our own. We have done so since the 1950s. We had 37,000 troops in North Korea (cut to 20,000) and spend 5 billion dollars in their country. (Source) Yet, we can't afford to secure our own Southern border from a danger that has killed far more Americans than North Korea over the past 40 years.
We have the Coast Guard defending our Eastern Border against Cubans fleeing the Communist regime, yet, if those same Cubans walked in through Mexico, they could easily find a fraudulent identity, a job, free education and free social services. The North Koreans should have it so good.