Thursday, September 21, 2006

Colorado authorities have arrested a suspected illegal alien on suspicion of murder after a woman was dragged to death behind a vehicle with a rope

Citizen Conservative:

The incident left a trail of blood more than a mile long.

Jose Luis Rubi-Nava, 36, was arrested Tuesday night on suspicion of murder and jailed without bail. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesman Carl Rusnok said agents believe Rubi-Nava is an illegal immigrant from Mexico.

So It appears we have in our midst another one of those “goodhearted, hardworking” illegal aliens that President Bush, all Democrats and RINOS are so very fond of. I say "appears" because the charges have yet to be tried in a court of law--and one would not want to prejudge an illegal alien!

How many additional brutal murders will it take to convince President Bush that open borders and non-enforcement of immigration law are a major threat to Americans? When will he and other elected officials fulfill their constitutional duty to defend Americans against all enemies?

Man ID'd from photo

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1 Comments:

At 8:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's not how many murders, but who is murdered, that would have a chance of changing the attitude of people like Bush. If an illegal alien gets hold of Jenna and drags her behind a car, it might have an impact. The "elites" who are benefitting most from the endless supply of illegal slave labor live lives that are not impacted on a daily basis by the negative consequences of those masses. They don't have to live in neighborhoods ruined by illegals, send their children to schools innundated with them, watch their local hospitals close due to being overwhelmed by them, or lose their jobs to them. If Illegal aliens began taking over the political pundit and lawyer markets, the tune would change rapidly.

 

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