“The harder you try to suppress the truth the more inevitable it is that it will find a way to come out.” – Arianna Huffington
We now have another example of the Obama administration’s continuous effort to skew the truth and suppress any real information about our country being invaded by outlaw Mexicans. On the evening of January 31, 2012 at approximately 7:00 p.m. four illegal aliens were in the process of stealing a vehicle in the Road Forks area near Interstate 10, seventeen miles west of Lordsburg, New Mexico. This intersection is where U.S. Highway 80 leaves the interstate and makes its way south to Douglas, Arizona, and is only two miles east of where Larry Link was brutally murdered in June of 2011.
Following a high speed chase at least one of the alien burglars bolted on foot, running onto the eastbound lane of Interstate 10. This outlaw was hit by an eastbound eighteen-wheel semi-truck and was killed instantly.
As a result of this accident, eastbound traffic was completely stopped until 12:00 midnight. Traffic was backed up all the way to San Simon, Arizona where it was diverted back to the west. This logjam of vehicles was close to 15 miles long.
Several local residents were told by Border Patrol agents on the scene that the person killed was indeed an illegal alien, and prior to his death he had been involved in a high-speed chase in which he and others tried unsuccessfully to evade law enforcement officials.
One of the agents who gave this information to motorists stranded as a result of this calamity was a commanding officer from the Lordsburg U.S. Border Patrol Station. Several different Border Patrol agents gave the same information to numerous citizens at the scene of the accident.
Ironically, several local residents, who were stranded for five hours as a result of the accident, were returning home from a meeting with Tucson Sector Border Patrol officials where high ranking Department of Homeland Security bureaucrats assured them that the situation on the border was quieter than ever.
The following morning at least one of the stranded motorists who had been informed by Border Patrol agents of details of the accident called the Lordsburg Border Patrol Station and the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office requesting more information. The Border Patrol and Sheriff’s Office refused to release any information or comment further.
On February 2nd two separate fires were started in Cochise County Arizona south of this accident. One of these fires was located on U. S. Forest Service land and cost the U.S. taxpayer a considerable sum to put out. Locally it is widely believed these fires were started by illegal aliens as the fires were located on major smuggling trails.
Submitted for publication to the Federal Observer & No Stinking Amnesty, by Ed Ashurst, an Arizona Border Rancher.
February 5, 2012
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