THE LA RAZA CRIME TIDAL WAVE - “These figures do not attempt to allege that foreign
nationals in the country illegally commit more
crimes than other groups,” the report states. “It
simply identifies thousands of crimes that should
not have occurred and thousands of victims that
should not have been victimized because the
perpetrator should not be here.”
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Mexicans kidnapping American Citizens: the LA RAZA CRIME TIDAL WAVE
PHOENIX in John McAmnesty’s state of Arizona is the MEXICAN
CAPITAL of KIDNAPPING… ONLY MEXICO CITY HAS MORE. It is also the capital of
Mexican car theft and MEXICAN HOME
Texas -- Almost 200 Americans have been kidnapped in Mexico this past year; 79
of those kidnappings took place just south of the Texas border in the Mexican
State of Tamaulipas, according to an FBI interview with Breitbart Texas.
Mexican government continues to praise their security
campaign in Tamaulipas, shootouts, kidnappings, extortions and highway
robberies continue to plague the border state.
In Mexico a
person is kidnapped every six hours, according to the statistics published by
Mexico’s National Citizens Observatory, a
non-profit organization that keeps track of crime figures.
Texas met with FBI Special Agent Michelle Lee who spoke about the number of
kidnappings in Mexico that the agency has investigated in 2014. While in
2006, the agency only had 26 kidnappings, so far this year the agency has
looked into 199 kidnappings.
“Kidnapping for ransom remains a very rare
occurrence in the United States,” Lee said.
Mexico, kidnapping has become a moneymaker for criminals looking to make a
fifty percent of all the kidnappings of U.S. citizens in Mexico a ransom demand
is made,” Lee said. “In those instances a financial gain is generally the
motive and typically it is a crime of opportunity.”
advises to avoid displaying cash or other items that could make a victim
attractive to kidnappers.
the U.S. Department of State has a standing travel advisory warning Americans
about the security conditions in Mexico and warns them about traveling on
highways at night and of the potential dangers in each state.
The FBI has
a strong working relationship with Mexican federal authorities including an elite
anti-kidnapping unit that has allowed the agency to solve the majority of the
kidnappings in Mexico, she said.
In the other
fifty percent of crimes where a ransom call is not made there is some
connection with organized crime.
cases you may have the victim involved in illicit activity, or the victim being
related to someone who is involved or in some cases it may be a case of
mistaken identity where the person targeted was in fact tied to criminal
activity,” Lee said.
of the ties, the agency investigates all cases accordingly with the victim’s
safety as their highest priority, she said.
RAPE, LOOT and then they go vote DEM for more WELFARE…. the
And for others, it
means exemption from even immigration law itself. Take the case of Cinthya
Garcia-Cisneros, part of Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
program. After being convicted of two felony hit-and-run deaths in Oregon, she
received probation. The government then dropped its immigration action against
her. She's now free and eligible for both a work permit and a Social Security
The Mexican Invasion & Occupation