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FBI: "MS-13 becoming VERY dangerous" and the border is STILL wide open..

Discussion in 'Legal' started by bg, Jan 7, 2006.

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  1. bg

    bg Member

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    When you find out, let me know..
    What the heck is it going to take for those clueless people
    in D.C to realize we NEED to get a handle major handle on
    these da*n borders. This MS-13 op is really not much different
    than Al-Qaeda..:cuss:
    http://www.yahoo.com/s/267437
     
  2. PATH

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    The cancer continues to grow. :fire:
     
  3. glockamolee

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    Just part of the open conspiracy

    "They" could if they wanted to.
    Could do what???
    Secure our borders.
    But... in order to destroy the middle class of America, the border needs to be open in order to dilute our culture, and dilute the going market wages.

    "They" know what they're doing.
    Yes Sir.


    The John Birch Society knew back in the 50's. Sen McCarthy also knew.
    Now, we all know. At least here at the High Road (and also Frugal Squirrel).
     
  4. 71Commander

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    [SARCASM]America gets stronger every time a immigrant crosses the border[/SARCASM]
     
  5. armoredman

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    No, AZ prison system gains another inmate. Have you checked your states' DOC stats to see what percentage of Mexican Nationals are in your system?
     
  6. 71Commander

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    There is a certain contractor (J6)from the Northwest who uses this statement every time a thread on immigration is started. It was sarcasm.

    I say wall up the border.
     
  7. Art Eatman

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    I'm certainly glad the Feebies have seen fit to comment. MS-13 has been mentioned quite a bit for quite a while. maybe the Feebies didn't figure anybody really needed to know about them.

    Maybe they're operating via the hemorrhoidal style of managment: Sit on the problem and it'll maybe go away.

    Art
     
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    to bad we cant have gangbanger season it would make for some interesting times. and i bet gangs wouldnt be so popular if all of the sudden half the members were dead.
     
  9. rick_reno

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    "well trained assault team" - How do the police know what happened in the house? Were they there to observe the assault on the house? or are they getting their info from the MS-13 members they caught or possibly the drug dealers in the house?

    If Congress would get moving and quickly pass the Presidents "guest worker" plan I'm sure this problem with these gang members would go away. He's got the solution, it's why you elected him.
     
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  10. longeyes

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    If Bush winds up impeached, it should be for what's happening on our southern border.
     
  11. longeyes

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    the home front

    And, meanwhile, in California, Governor Maria, aka The Terminatrix, is embarked on a massive borrowing plan (sound familiar?) to make California more comfy for the Mexican invaders. He/she thinks big: $200 billion! Just one problem: most of the solvent Anglos will be long gone before all those bonds are paid back. The insanity continues.
     
  12. Kurush

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    Well good thing the FBI has spent the last 60 years cracking down on the mafia, the power vacuum they left behind will scare off other organized crime outfits for sure!

    P.S. 1k posts :evil:
     
  13. 71Commander

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    In 6 months. Yikes.:uhoh:
     
  14. progunner1957

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    All the more reason for We The People to be armed to the teeth.:D :D
    My thoughts exactly.
     
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  15. VirgilCaine

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    "We bury a wire along the border...and we put these collars on all the detainees. Once one of these detainees tries to cross the border...*ZAP*! A shock he won't soon forget. Should send a nice message to the rest of the population. Let's get on this."
     
  16. jd25q

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    The only thing I don't agree with in the FBI's statement is "becoming". These guys play by a completely different set of rules than our traditional (sad I know) gangs. I've been to several briefings on their activities and they are very militaristic in their approach. They routinely conduct surveillance to gather intelligence among other things. This is the closest thing we've had to an all out war on American soil in 140 years.
     
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    Last summer, I trained with a couple of customs guys. They said they had seen film of a MS-13 robbery and it looked like a military operation. They also said one of the BG's from that robbery had seen action in Iraq.
     
  18. ka50

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    whoever laughed at me about possibility of using flashbangs in home defense scenario better think again...
     
  19. TheDutchman

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    ka50 you can not own flashbags
     
  20. odysseus

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    Not even an m-1000 firecracker? :D Flash-BOOOM!
     
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    I'm assuming you mean flashbangs. Not flashbags.:p

    However, do you have a source for this law? Is it Federal? Even supposing there is a law against it,(which there may be, I don't know, that's why I ask) I'm sure there's a firework that will serve the same purpose.

    odysseus, you beat me to it.
     
  22. armoredman

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    "Flashbag" An extremely disgusting weapon, causing a photo of Hillary Clinton nude to be displayed for 7 seconds. Banned in several countries.
     
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    Can you say Columbus, New Mexico?
     
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    Flashbangs count as DDs? I didnt think they had that much explosive in them.
     
  25. Standing Wolf

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    I'm sure he won't be impeached—but should be for failing to take any action whatever to defend the nation's borders.
     
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