Category Archives: Murder

October 30, 2014

Obama & Brown Guilty of Shielding Alleged Illegal Alien Cop Killer

On Friday, Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte–an illegal alien criminal–allegedly shot and killed two sheriff’s deputies in the Northern California counties of Sacramento and Placer. He also allegedly shot another man in the head for resisting a car-jacking.

Monroy-Bracamonte had been deported twice before using a false identity.

Authorities had plenty of opportunities to remove Monroy-Bracamonte long before he decided to wake up one October morning in 2014 and allegedly murder a cop with a so-called “assault weapon.”

Monroy-Bracamonte apparently showed no regard for human life, and should face the death penalty for destroying so many families.

But what do we do with the politicians who were his accomplices before the fact in this terrible crime?

Under Jerry Brown and a supermajority of illegal alien enablers, whose welcome-mat policies have encouraged more illegals come to California than any other state, should be held responsible. President Obama has been no better: by executive order, he has effectively nullified all enforcement of immigration laws in the United States.


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October 29, 2014

Mexico’s First Lady of Murder Is on the Lam

In a city where murderers tortured and killed with seeming impunity, Maria de los Angeles Pineda Villa was ‘the key operator’—and allegedly sealed the fate of 43 student teachers.

Tuesday saw Mexican security forces digging near a garbage dump, excavating yet another unmarked grave with the hope of finally finding 43 student teachers who went missing after a protest last month amid reports of a massacre carried out by the local police.

And the hunt was continuing for the most wanted woman in Mexico, the woman said to have given the Iguala police chief a fateful order when she mistakenly imagined the students might disrupt a party she was throwing in honor of herself.

“Teach them a lesson.”

The order purportedly came from Maria de los Angeles Pineda Villa, wife of the mayor of Iguala and by numerous accounts the person really in charge.

“The key operator,” Sidronio Casarrubias Salgado of the Guerreros Unidos gang recently said of her status in the town’s underworld.

The purpose of the party was to celebrate Pineda’s many good works as the head of the town’s social-welfare agency and to kick off her campaign to succeed her husband, Mayor José Luis Abarca Velazquez.


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October 27, 2014

Sacramento-Area Cop Shooting Suspect Had Already Been Deported — Twice

Marcelo Marquez allegedly shot and killed a Sacramento County Sheriff’s Deputy and a Placer County Sheriff’s Deputy, and also allegedly shot and wounded a second Placer County deputy and a civilian on Friday. On Saturday, authorities revealed that the suspect — real name, Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte — had already been deported twice from the United States.

According to Sacramento’s KCRA, he was “sent back in to Mexico in 1997 and again in 2001.”

The 1997 deportation was the result of “conviction in Arizona…on charges of possession of narcotics for sale.” He was arrested stateside in 2001 as well.

After the suspect allegedly shot three deputies and a civilian, he was apprehended in a residential area near Placer County High School. Janelle Marquez Monroy, the female who accompanied him during part of his shooting spree, was arrested earlier in the same day.


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October 24, 2014

Victor Davis Hanson – Canadian Parliament Shootings Are A Reminder Of Who We Are Dealing With (Audio)

Victor Davis Hanson, the Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow in Residence in Classics and Military History at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University and a contributor at PJ Media discusses the shootings at the Canadian Parliament.

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October 23, 2014

‘Mayor ordered police attack on missing students’ in Mexico, according to attorney general

Prosecutor alleges that Jose Luis Abarca sent police into action to prevent students disrupting an event at which his wife was presenting a report.

The mayor of a town in southern Mexico ordered a police attack that resulted in six deaths and the disappearance of 43 students who are still missing weeks later, according to the country’s top prosecutor.

Jesus Murillo Karam, the attorney general, told reporters on Wednesday that Mayor Jose Luis Abarca ordered local police into action to prevent students disrupting an event at which his wife was presenting a report.

Mr Murillo Karam said that the mayor’s wife had been linked to drug gangs and was now considered a fugitive, along with her husband and the police chief in Iguala.

He added that authorities had discovered a total of nine mass graves in the area around Iguala containing 30 bodies, two more than previously reported.

Initial DNA tests have not linked the cadavers to the missing students.


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October 19, 2014

Citizen Journalist Kidnapped and Murdered Near Texas Border By Mexican Cartel

A citizen journalist in the border city of Reynosa, Mexico has fallen victim to the hands of the Gulf Cartel in the most brazen attempt to date to silence information about the worsening security situation on the Mexican side of the shared border with Texas.

Social media postings on Thursday morning mourned the passing of Maria Del Rosario Fuentes Rubio, a Reynosa doctor better known by her Twitter handle @Miut3.

Law enforcement sources in Tamaulipas, Mexico confirmed her kidnapping Wednesday afternoon and found her body overnight. Due to the early stages of her investigation authorities didn’t release details of the murder. Officials who spoke with Breitbart Texas said they are not only looking at social media but also at her work as a doctor and acquaintances before determining the motive for the murder.

On Thursday early morning the twitter handle @miut3 posted a farewell message identifying Fuentes by name, posting her picture and telling the community to remain quiet about Reynosa and not make her mistakes “you won’t get anything out of it” as well as warning other citizen journalists that criminals were on to them. The profile image of @Miut3 was changed from the Catwoman photo she always used to a photograph of Fuentes’ bloodied body.

Other citizen journalist routine use social media to anonymously expose cartels ike @ValorxTamaulipas and @hmatamoros were quick to condemn the murder vowing to continue the fight.


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Mexico Finds Many Corpses, but Not Lost 43 (Video)

Many still believe the lost students are alive, joining the distressed fraternity of relatives of the thousands still missing from the drug war in Mexico. Such cases are rarely solved.

With borrowed shovels and pick axes, the farmers drove their battered pickup trucks to a series of suspicious clearings in the countryside, jumped out and started digging.

“Hey, hey, it’s a spine,” one of the men, part of a citizen police patrol, called out last week, fishing out what appeared to be a piece of spinal column. Soon came other fragments — a rib? a knee bone?

Five mass graves have already been discovered in the hunt for 43 students who disappeared last month after clashing with the local police — and another half dozen secret burial sites like this one are being tested to determine the origins of the remains inside.

Even with hundreds of soldiers, federal officers, state personnel and local residents on the trail, the search has still not confirmed what happened to the missing students. Instead, it has turned up something just as chilling: a multitude of clandestine graves with unknown occupants right on the outskirts of town, barely concealing the extensive toll organized crime has taken on this nation.


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October 18, 2014

Report: Far More People Killed In Chicago Than In All Mass Shootings Combined (Video)

While announcing that they would not longer give killers the opportunity at glory that comes from having their names mentioned and their photographs aired on television, Sun News also address the extremely low rate of “mass shootings” in America compared to the excruciatingly high rate of murder in gun-controlled Chicago.

According to the Sun News, mass shootings around the world–including the U.S.–are so rare that news agencies make a mistake by seizing on them.

Focusing specifically on the U.S., Sun News reported: “And in the U.S., they account for less than one percent of all gun-related deaths. Far more people have been killed in the bad neighborhoods of Chicago that were killed in all the mass shootings combined.”

Yet they say the incidents are enlarged on the public psyche via “social media,” through which “they’ve become a spectacle.”

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MS-13 members charged in 3 killings, attempted murder in Northern Virginia

This year, federal prosecutors have announced indictments tying MS-13 members to at least eight slayings in the Maryland and Virginia suburbs that took place in recent years, as well as extortion, rape and assault.

Armed with two machetes and a sawed-off shotgun, MS-13 gang members allegedly set off in a car last October to carry out an assassination at a location as brazen as it was chilling: a Prince William County school.

The plan was to shoot a wayward associate nicknamed “Peligroso,” or danger, as he left Gar-Field High School in Woodbridge after night classes wrapped up, according to a search warrant.

But the carload of armed gang members was stopped by authorities as they rolled into the school’s parking lot, court records show. An informant had tipped off police just a day earlier.

The narrowly averted hit was part of a nine-count indictment against members of MS-13 unsealed Friday in federal court in Alexandria. Thirteen purported gang members have been charged in connection with the attempted murder and with three killings across Northern Virginia and are in custody. Eleven of the defendants could face the death penalty or life in prison if convicted.


October 16, 2014

UN says dozens killed, missing in DR Congo gang raids

Known as “kuluna”, the youths roam the streets in packs armed with machetes, often under the influence of drugs or alcohol, snatching bags, jewellery and mobile phones and sometimes killing those who dare to resist.

The United Nations has said police in the Democratic Republic of Congo had killed and abducted dozens of people during a heavy-handed crack down on youth gangs in the capital.

Operation Likofi (which means “punch” in the local Lingala language) claimed at least 42 victims, including four children, many of whom were shot in their own neighbourhoods or even walking out of their homes, the UN’s human rights office in Kinshasa said.

The report said at least nine people had been summarily executed and 32 were forcefully “disappeared,” but warned the number could be far higher as many witnesses and relatives of victims refused to speak out for fear of retaliation.

“Most of the executions were carried out by shooting, strangling, or hanging,” and many of the bodies were then dumped in the river or buried in mass graves, said the report.

The UN said a high-ranking officer in Kinshasa had overseen the killings and several other police had carried out the orders, which happened during a police crackdown on Kinshasa’s gangs.


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