Although we, at the Federal Observer are no fans of the Manchurian RINO, McCain – what follows, is a presentation from Paul Babeau, Sheriff of Pinal County, Arizona – smack dab in the middle of the Arizona War Zone.
For all of you bleeding-heart basTURDS, all across this Republic, stop your sniveling about what Arizona is involved with, and start DEMANDING that YOUR beneficent leader – bleeder, gets off of his do-nothing ass, and does something FOR America for a change. Unless you live here, and fight the battles, which we Arizonans fight on a daily basis – then shut the hell up, or else they’ll be coming for you soon.
Oh! You think that if we give 40 million invaders a Free Pass (Amnesty), that all of this will stop? You ignorant, lame-brain fools. It will only embolden them, just as it did after the 1986 ‘one time amnesty‘ was crammed down our throats, by the likes of one of your heroes, Teddy Kennedy. Even his brothers must have been rolling over in their graves.
I can only wish, and pray, that your wives, and children will never be subject to the physical rape or kidnapping, which takes place in my state each day, even though, this nation is being raped, to the tune of 383.3 BILLION dollars per year, in costs associated with illegal invaders in this nation.
Grow up, or shut up – but get the hell out of our way – WE’RE trying to save this nation! What the hell are you doing?
Without Apology, I am,
Jeffrey Bennett, Publisher
The Federal Observer
June 30, 2010 – 9:55 p.m.
Message from the Sheriff
Law Enforcement Leaders,
I wish to express my deep appreciation for your swift and immediate response in answer to our call for help during our officer involved shooting in western Pinal County. At approximately 4 PM on April 30th, Deputy Louie Purrol was tracking six drug smugglers (later known to be armed) in the remote desert area south of I-8 and west of Casa Grande, when he was ambushed and shot. Over 200 officers from local, state, tribal nations and our federal partners responded.
Your help and support was tremendous and underscored the strength of our professional bond.
Though the investigation continues, we have several investigative leads and have identified three other Mexican Nationals, who are victims (robbed of cash and personal belongings) of the same suspects that shot Deputy Purrol.
The Border Patrol apprehended two of four (two escaped) illegals along this smuggling corridor and recovered four fully loaded AK-47s in the three points area, located along the Pima/Pinal border. Two illegal immigrants with felony drug trafficking (cocaine) warrants out of the mid-west were also apprehended within our security perimeter. There were over 100 illegals apprehended within our security perimeter in the remote desert area south of I-8 and west of Casa Grande, just within 24 hrs we were there.
We conducted an internal AAR and also debriefed most participating agencies this past week. We have identified the strengths and weaknesses of our large scale tactical response, rescue and search for suspects. We have many areas that need improvement, largely in the command and control of such a critical incident. All leaders are in agreement that we must rehearse by means of table top and scenario based exercises, to ensure our coordinated response is most effective/successful.
Iattached some recent Intel photos (taken in the past couple months) which clearly show numerous armed smugglers in Vekol Valley smuggling corridor along I-8. Yes, this is the very location of the shooting just 9 days ago.
Pinal County is not a border county with Mexico, yet we have para-military squad-sized elements who are operating deep within Arizona. This is unacceptable and must be stopped. Though PCSO Deputy Purrol is safe and is back to work – must we have a Deputy killed by these smugglers before the federal government hears our plea for help?
We are discussing a multi-agency response to re-secure this part of the Sonoran Desert National Monument, that is within Pinal County. In the interim, I have directed a change in PCSO tactics, where all assignments for Operation Stonegarden shall be staffed in teams of two Deputies. They shall be armed with their assigned handgun and at least one M16/AR-15 or similar long gun/rifle.
Many of you joined me, when Sen. John McCain unveiled the McCain/Kyl 10 Point Border Security Plan, that calls for the immediate deployment of 3,000 National Guard Soldiers to the Arizona/Mexican border.
In my opinion, the only long term solution to slow and eventually stop the unending flow of illegals crossing into Arizona is this 10 Point Plan. It is comprehensive and it will work. If you have not seen this youtube video with many of us and Senator John McCain, then you should watch it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Jb2RnFNb64
Publisher’s NOTE: In our estimation, it’s time for the old fool, McCain to step down. He has a proven track record of weakness on this issue, and his recent “awakening” is strictly a political ploy, to keep his job. Mr. McCain, go home and drink up some of your lovely wife’s beer. You’ve “served” us up for too long! (JB)
The national focus on border crimes couldn’t have come at a better time, given the heightened level of violence by drug and human smugglers.
Thanks again for your partnership and your immediate response, when we called for help.
Paul Babeu, Sheriff
Pinal County, Arizona
President, Arizona Sheriff’s Association
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