80 gang members arrested in Texas sweep

80 gang members arrested in Texas sweep

There are 20 comments on the El Paso Times story from Jun 30, 2009, titled 80 gang members arrested in Texas sweep. In it, El Paso Times reports that:

Federal immigration agents arrested dozens of gang members, including members of the notorious Mara Salvatrucha, during days-long sweeps throughout Texas.

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Casca

La Quinta, CA

#1 Jun 30, 2009
All these gang members should be booked into Sheriff Joe Ariapo tent city lock-up in Maricopa County, Arizona. The Federal government should fund more of these camps in the desert communities and feed them on bologna sandwiches? The heat alone will make them think twice about returning to gangs and terrorizing neighborhoods ? Then there is the use of chain gangs as in Angola, Alabama, whose severe penal system could be used in this border state? Thousands of drunk while intoxicated illegal immigrants who are continuously causing mayhem on our highways, should also be incarcerated in these camps?

Sheriff Ariapo has a very strong following of voters who believe in no kid glove-method of handling felons. So instead of tranfering them over to county jails and state prisons around the country Let them stew in their own juice in compounds where they can seriously think over their dilemma over the months and years that a judge has sentenced them too. Go to THEDARKSIDEOFILLEGALIMMIGRATIO N website for facts about illegal alien incarceration statistics.

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#2 Jun 30, 2009
80????? Is That All??????

Sounds like 1/10th of 1 percent has been rounded up. Surprised our oppressive government has let this multinational gang problem get this far?

Seems like our government is all over us citizens for the smallest infraction, zero tolerance with swat team on stand-by, but these guys have been operating quite successfully for decades? How is that possible?

Amerikka has an outrageous gang problem, but what do they do? Give us red light cameras! Yea, thats whats really important in this country.

I think if our officials spent as much time, energy and money on gang problems as they did on red light cameras, they may have rounded up more than 1/10th of 1 percent.
Obama bin Biden

El Paso, TX

#3 Jun 30, 2009
Woohoo.....that's the way to do it!!!!
Just Info

El Paso, TX

#4 Jun 30, 2009
It's a start now lets keep going!
Veronica

El Paso, TX

#5 Jun 30, 2009
Trash all Trash ...deport them!!!!
Jimi

San Diego, CA

#7 Jul 1, 2009
80 down, 30 million to go. That ought to take like what, 200 YEARS!

No problem, they'll just make more. In fact, some of them are already back after recrossing that sieve called a border.

Gang production is one of our last home grown industries. It has little chance of being off-shored anytime soon like your job will be.

Eventually, everyone will become a member of a gang, if just for their own protection as the "authorities" are very busy eating donuts.
June

Georgetown, TX

#8 Jul 1, 2009
I hope the gang member's amigos don't worry. Their friends and fellow criminals will be back on the street ASAP. Our government long ago gave up protecting us and left us to the mercies of the invasion. I'm old enough to remember a nation without those who disregarded our laws as their first action. If it meant cheap labor or votes, our government is all for it, no matter who or how they got here. We've lost what America once stood for. It's now just survival, hoping a gang member doesn't shoot us down in the street. We are expendable.
Mamie Van Loren

Perris, CA

#9 Jul 1, 2009
Casca wrote:
All these gang members should be booked into Sheriff Joe Ariapo tent city lock-up in Maricopa County, Arizona. The Federal government should fund more of these camps in the desert communities and feed them on bologna sandwiches? The heat alone will make them think twice about returning to gangs and terrorizing neighborhoods ? Then there is the use of chain gangs as in Angola, Alabama, whose severe penal system could be used in this border state? Thousands of drunk while intoxicated illegal immigrants who are continuously causing mayhem on our highways, should also be incarcerated in these camps?
Sheriff Ariapo has a very strong following of voters who believe in no kid glove-method of handling felons. So instead of tranfering them over to county jails and state prisons around the country Let them stew in their own juice in compounds where they can seriously think over their dilemma over the months and years that a judge has sentenced them too. Go to THEDARKSIDEOFILLEGALIMMIGRATIO N website for facts about illegal alien incarceration statistics.
Better yet-
Place all these pedo sniffers on an Island full of deadly snakes and natives with poison stick blowers. There might be tattooed bulls eyes on their necks.
dharc

North Las Vegas, NV

#10 Jul 1, 2009
I have good news and bad.The good news is Obama and his thought police are buiding a huge Siberean style gulag in the far frozen northern tundra of Alaska.But the bad news is that it's not for Mexican illegal gang members,murderers criminals,false,stolen I.D.s or fraudulent use of taxpayer benefits. it's for people who oppose illegal immigration, gun control,abortion and recent soldiers coming back from Iraq.The prison is called JanetLand built by Haliburton and Bechtel.And Acorn census takers are GPSing 40ft from every door to locate these offenders.
americangal4ever

Ellensburg, WA

#11 Jul 1, 2009
dharc
How do you know this and what are your sources. I can't believe something strictly out of hearsay.
relay your source please.
The Redskin Redneck

Cerritos, CA

#12 Jul 1, 2009
Why is this administration allowing this plauge?? What purpose do these gang bas-tards serve but to kill innocent people and each other? Why do the Democrats inflict them on innocent Americans?? When will Americans say, no more sir? Your abuse of us, our friends and families is going to end? So many questions that these traitorous politicians never have to answer.
mr hate

United States

#13 Jul 1, 2009
Line them up and shoot them. Save our tax dollars, the hell with bringing them to justice.

“U.S.A.R.I.P”

Since: Jul 08

Terlingua

#14 Jul 1, 2009
dharc wrote:
I have good news and bad.The good news is Obama and his thought police are buiding a huge Siberean style gulag in the far frozen northern tundra of Alaska.But the bad news is that it's not for Mexican illegal gang members,murderers criminals,false,stolen I.D.s or fraudulent use of taxpayer benefits. it's for people who oppose illegal immigration, gun control,abortion and recent soldiers coming back from Iraq.The prison is called JanetLand built by Haliburton and Bechtel.And Acorn census takers are GPSing 40ft from every door to locate these offenders.
Janet Land !!?? I like it! Then when we catch all those evil bastards, we can set it on fire and ...UTOPIA !!!!!!

“U.S.A.R.I.P”

Since: Jul 08

Terlingua

#15 Jul 1, 2009
You better change or there's no hope for you
Alex

Mcallen, TX

#16 Jul 6, 2009
The rest must have come to Corpus Christi to live!

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#17 Jul 7, 2009
Hey AmericanGal4ever,

yes, unfortunately it's true. To what degree remains to be seen.

You should research or use yahoo, the answers are out there. Go to youtube and type fema camps or police state, you'll get more hits than you can view. Granted, you have to sift the rhetoric with the truth, but the underlining facts still remain.

Read this too.

http://www.fas.org/irp/eprint/rightwing.pdf

infowars.com
confused

Ozark, MO

#18 Jul 10, 2009
if the names have been released then why can't I find a list of those names anywhere? Does any one know where to find the list of people who were arrested in Corpus Christi?
Good Riddance

Austin, TX

#19 Jul 11, 2009
Good, now go get 80 more. Lets make it an ongoing event.
not Carlos valdex

Padre Island Ntl Seashor, TX

#20 Jul 13, 2009
Whoo that was close not one of my Corpus Christi banditos. TG we still have our PD
Ron-Texas

United States

#21 Jul 13, 2009
Casca wrote:
All these gang members should be booked into Sheriff Joe Ariapo tent city lock-up in Maricopa County, Arizona. The Federal government should fund more of these camps in the desert communities and feed them on bologna sandwiches? The heat alone will make them think twice about returning to gangs and terrorizing neighborhoods ? Then there is the use of chain gangs as in Angola, Alabama, whose severe penal system could be used in this border state? Thousands of drunk while intoxicated illegal immigrants who are continuously causing mayhem on our highways, should also be incarcerated in these camps?
Sheriff Ariapo has a very strong following of voters who believe in no kid glove-method of handling felons. So instead of tranfering them over to county jails and state prisons around the country Let them stew in their own juice in compounds where they can seriously think over their dilemma over the months and years that a judge has sentenced them too. Go to THEDARKSIDEOFILLEGALIMMIGRATIO N website for facts about illegal alien incarceration statistics.
I'll totally go along with you on this one. But Sheriff Joe broke down yesterday and gave each one of the prisioners ice cream bars because it was so hot. And the round-up only got a small portion of them. Still 'plenty' of them roaming loose on the streets!!!

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