June 22, 2010

Illegal Immigration/Drug Cartels Death Threats Against US Law Inforcement In Arizona/Nebraska Pases Tough Immigration Bill

Think only Mexicans cross the border? Think again:
Channel 2 Investigates US Border Security Part 2

Terrorist crossing AZ border

Police chief: Cartels threaten U.S. law enforcement in Arizona

(CNN) -- In the first public incident of its kind, cartels are making direct death threats to U.S. law enforcement officials in Nogales, Arizona, the police chief there told CNN Monday.

Speculation about death threats by cartels towards U.S. law enforcement has been widespread for some time, but this is the first time U.S. officials along the border confirmed a case.

The threats began less than two weeks ago, after off-duty police officers from the Nogales police department seized several hundred pounds of marijuana from a drug smuggling operation they stumbled upon while horseback riding in the eastern fringes of Nogales, the chief said.

Nebraska town passes tough immigration law, ACLU to file lawsuit?

Fremont, Neb.

This small Nebraska meatpacking town has joined Arizona at the center of a national debate about illegal immigration after voters approved a ban on hiring or renting property to illegal immigrants, but an expected court challenge could keep the measure from ever taking effect.

The American Civil Liberties Union already has promised to file a lawsuit to block enforcement of the proposal roughly 57 percent of Fremont voters supported Monday.

"In a community of 25,000, it's going to be hard to take on the whole country, and it will be costly to do so," said Fremont City Councilman Scott Getzschman, who opposed the measure but said city leaders would support the results.

Tough to take on the entire country? Overwhelmingly, Americans support tough laws against illegal immigration.

h/t The Bartender & NTA

Other developments & by far not all:

Obamas radical labor chief says illegals have right to fair wages

He said, he said:

Sen Kyl claims Obi One told him if we secure the border then you wont have any reason to support comprehensive immigration reform

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