Two El Paso lawmakers seek apology from Texas AG Greg Abbott
Greg Abbott, Texas Attorney General and gubernatorial candidate holds a campaign stop at Trans-Expedite Inc. at 7 Founders Blvd. where he unveiled more details about his Secure Texans policy plan Monday.
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#1 Feb 11, 2014
Rural el paso ranchers are being invaded
with trespassing thugs and the locals try to ignore it.
The DPS is needed because our local SO does not....
The elpaso da has refused to prosecute trespassing thugs...
Feeling safer already?
on the TEXAS border,
In the full respect of PUBLIC SAFETY,
We need DPS in full force to recover our border.
IT IS TEXAS!
And TEXAS needs to step up and protect her citizens..
And the local pandering politicals,
Americans look forward to your retirement.
#2 Feb 11, 2014
Meet Dwayne Ferguson of Buffalo. The 52-year-old is a well-known community activist, founder of MAD DADS (Men Against Destruction Defending Against Drugs and Social Disorder), and a public face of the SAFE act, a law passed by New York in the wake of Sandy Hook which made carrying a gun on school grounds a felony. Ferguson was at an elementary school Thursday mentoring students when the school went on lockdown because of a report of a man with a gun on campus. Ferguson guarded students in the cafeteria for hours before he and law enforcement realized the lockdown was caused… by him.
#3 Feb 11, 2014
The cradle of corruption,
Known by its collection of officials
convicted by the FEDS,
Was the incubation center for the transnational gangs in court now....
EL PASO, TEXAS – The ongoing trial of a man accused of killing three U.S. Consulate workers and family members in Juarez is revealing the shocking depravity of one of Mexico’s most violent gangs, including the charge that it had a daily murder quota calibrated to instill fear in police and the public.
Jesus Ernesto Chavez Castillo, a star witness in the murder trial of Arturo Gallegos Castrellon, told jurors in an El Paso federal courtroom how the Barrio Azteca Gang Catrellon grew from a Texas jail gang into contract killers for the notorious Juarez cartel. Thousands of murders committed by the gang over a four-year period helped Juarez earn the dubious title of "Murder Capital of the World."
TRUTH will set y'all free!
#4 Feb 11, 2014
Is that an original statement or is it quoted from somewhere? It sounds vaguely familiar.
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