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New Nation News on Mexico,
Aztlan and the occupied southwest
Mexico is flooding this country with rapists, child molesters, murderers, petty thieves and con artists - besides flooding the labor market with cockroach scab labor - lowering living conditions and straining public welfare.
7 June 2005 archive

  • Mexican Insurer Helps Ship Bodies Home
    All Latin American migrants are eligible for coverage, even if they enter the United States illegally. Still, the company sells the funeral insurance only in the United States, an effort to avoid covering those crossing illegally, who are at a higher risk of death.

  Mexican Five Killed in Wis. Crash Were Mexicans 
Alcohol may have been a factor, as several beer cans were recovered from the scene


'Cop-killing' illegal snagged in Mexico © 2005 WorldNetDaily.com
Raul Garcia-Gomez After nearly a month on the run, Raul Garcia-Gomez, an illegal alien suspected in the shooting death of Denver police officer Donald R. Young and wounding of another, is in custody following his arrest last night in Mexico. Four others were also taken into custody in the U.S., including Jaime Arana del Angel of Denver, charged with accessory to first-degree murder. - (Gmanjunior)
DA says it could take a year to bring cop killer suspect back from Mexico  - it could involve delicate negotiations with Mexico, which will not extradite suspects who could face the death penalty





  • Mexican Foreigners - Murderers and Rapists - Lose Death Row Appeal
    Jose MedellinThe Supreme Court on Monday turned aside an appeal by a Mexican citizen on death row in Texas, who contended he and 51 other Mexicans should have their death sentences overturned because they were improperly denied legal help from their consulates in violation of international law. In an unsigned decision, justices dismissed the case of Jose Medellin, who argued he was entitled to a federal court hearing on whether his rights were violated when a Texas court tried and sentenced him to death in 1994 on rape and murder charges without consular access. - (White Boy) - (Mexico)
  • 12 Illegal Immigrants Die in Ariz. Desert Heat - (Svejk)
  • U.S. Migrants Ask Mexico to Help Families
    MEXICO CITY -- Mexican migrants from the Chicago area asked the Mexican government Monday to help them reunite families separated by deportations, arguing that new U.S. immigration and terrorism laws are applied unfairly to hardworking (illegal Mexican aliens).

  • Vatican: No Plans for Mexican Homo-Priest Probe
    allegations that the Rev. Marcial Maciel Degallado, Mexican founder of a conservative religious order sexually abused seminarians more than 30 years ago, and the Holy See had no plans to bring a church trial against the priest.


  • Angry Mexicans Criticize U.S. Border Warning
    MexicanMexico said it was working to improve security in the border region but suggested the U.S. State Department had overreacted by renewing a warning to U.S. travelers about drug violence in northern Mexico. More than 30 U.S. citizens have been kidnapped or murdered in the past eight months in the Mexican border town of Nuevo Laredo



  • Women to Testify in Mexican Sex Trafficking Trial
    NEW YORK -- The poor, uneducated teenager met Josue Flores Carreto at a pastry shop where she worked in central Mexico and, amid promises of a better life, they wed in 2001. What followed, federal prosecutors say, were beatings, threats and sex with strangers far from home.
    The young woman's story, which Carreto disputes, is crucial to a federal case alleging he and a gang of fellow predators forced Mexican women like his bride into prostitution. Authorities say some of the victims were smuggled into New York in a scheme that made the gang hundreds of thousands of dollars while leaving the women penniless.
    Carreto, 37, brother Gerardo Flores Carreto, 33, and Daniel Perez Alonso, 25, all Mexican nationals, were arrested last year after immigration agents targeted the ring's U.S. outpost -- two dingy apartments in Queens. The men, who pleaded not guilty to sex trafficking charges, are to go on trial Monday in federal court.
    Others were arrested in Mexico -- including the Carreto brothers' mother, an alleged organizer of the ring -- on charges they forced an unknown number of women to become prostitutes.

    "Mexican rapist protected by police and business owners in Puerto Vallarta"
alleged rapist JUAN CARLOS URRUTLA MADERO"American rape survivor told:"It was your fault.""You asked for it.""It never happened." If you or a loved one visits Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, you should be very aware of the danger of being drugged, beaten and raped.You should be aware of this danger as this company begins to open restaurants in the United States.This website is intended to be a warning -- not only to single women traveling alone but to all citizens of the United States who vacation in Mexico. It happened to us -- a typical American husband and wife. Call us John and Mary. Except for this change of name, this horrible, never-ending nightmare happened exactly like this..." (reader link)


  • Tuberculosis epidemic infesting Texas-Mexico border - "Alert your congress-person". - (Alex)
  • Illegal aliens threaten U.S. medical system
    Docs journal reports hospitals being closed, previously vanquished diseases being spread

    "many illegal aliens harbor fatal diseases that American medicine fought and vanquished long ago, such as drug-resistant tuberculosis, malaria, leprosy, plague, polio, dengue, and Chagas disease."
  • Threat of TB close at hand - being imported by illegal Mexican aliens
    Mexican"Tuberculosis has become a disease mostly of non-U.S.-born residents, and for us that mostly means Mexico," Simpson said. "In southern New Mexico and El Paso there's a huge migrant work force that travels back and forth to Mexico. It's almost improbable to think that they won't bring the disease with them into the United States." About 25 percent of the Mexican population is infected with tuberculosis and 6 percent with multi-drug-resistant TB.
  • Disease, unwanted import
    Contagious diseases are entering the United States because of immigrants, illegal aliens, refugees and travelers, and World Health Organization officials say the worst could be yet to come.  In addition to a list of imported diseases that includes tuberculosis, sickle cell anemia, hepatitis B, measles and the potentially deadly parasitic disease Chagas, officials fear what could happen if the avian flu, which is flourishing among poultry in Southeast Asia, mutates so that it is capable of human-to-human transmission through casual contact.
  • Angry Crowd Kills Police Officer in Mexico

  • 18-count indictment in illegal Mexican migrant Miguel Ortiz's rape trial
    MexicanAn 18-count indictment filed yesterday accuses an illegal immigrant of the brutal Valentine's Day rape of a Westerleigh woman for whom he had done some household cleaning work. Miguel Ortiz, 25, also is charged with terrorizing the woman with a kitchen knife and threatening to kill her pre-teen daughter, who was not home. If convicted at trial, the Mexican citizen could face up to 25 years behind bars on each of eight felony counts of rape, burglary and other sex offenses. The sentences could run consecutively. He also potentially faces deportation. - TERRIFYING RAPE
    "I want sex! Do you want me to kill your daughter? You won't see her anymore!"
    Police arrested the 5-foot-4, 140-pound Ortiz when they found him passed out and drunk on the woman's bed, wearing nothing but a condom.

  Mexican Former Mexican soldiers, police and federal agents working for Mexican drug smugglers
Originally trained as an elite force of anti-drug commandos, they are working as mercenaries for Mexican narcotics traffickers, bringing a new wave of drug-related killings into the United States

  • UK: Mexican Serial sex attacker Victor Carrera faces years behind bars
    MexicanA serial sex attacker who raped a teenage girl while she was on the phone to police pleading for help is facing years behind bars.
    The married father-of-one, who is also wanted for rape in Spain, targeted his "vulnerable" victims in the early hours of weekends as they made their way home from nights out. Carrera, a Mexican, was convicted of rape, attempted rape and sexual assault.

  Mexican Jailed Illegal Immigrants May Go to Mexico Prison
PHOENIX -- A bill before the legislature would allow the state to build a private prison in Mexcio to house illegal immigrants who have committed crimes in the United States and are now imprisoned in Arizona.

  Mexican Juarez Drug Gang Tries to Control Border
MONTERREY, Mexico -- Mexico's Juarez cartel, once thought to be in decline after its former leader died during plastic surgery, has formed alliances to gain control of smuggling routes along nearly all of the U.S. border. Authorities believe it has even infiltrated President Vicente Fox's office.


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(closed Mexican movie theater)
by H. Millard (c) 2004
H. Millard index

Just looking for a better life - (c) 2003 by NNN
H. Millard

 MexicanMexican kidnaps 12-year-old White girl and takes her to Mexico
Kayla Michelle KimeEliseo NunezKayla, a fifth-grader at Silver Street Elementary School, was last seen by her mother when she went to feed and water her dog in the back yard about 10p.m. Monday. Prather said that on earlier occasions, Eliseo Nunez had talked to Kayla while she and her mother were walking the dog. Authorities also found Eliseo Nunez (Google), 24, a native of Mexico who had been staying in Jeffersonville. The search had quickly focused on Nunez, an acquaintance of the family, who disappeared at the same time as Kayla. Numerous law-enforcement agencies worked on the case, he said, including the FBI and the U.S. Border Patrol, Mexican author0ties, the Texas Department of Public Safety and police in McAllen, Texas, near the southern tip of that state. - (Rick Dean)
Is it OK to deport the 10 million illegal Mexicans now?

  Mexican Migrant Who Raped, Strangled Nun Gets Life
Maximiliano Silerio EsparzaHelen Lynn ChaskaKLAMATH FALLS, Ore. -- An "itinerant laborer" who pleaded guilty to raping two nuns and strangling one with her rosary beads has been sentenced to life in prison without parole. Maximiliano Silerio Esparza, 33, was sentenced Tuesday for the murder of Sister Helen Lynn Chaska, 53. He got another 10 years for the attempted murder of the surviving nun, and 15 years for raping the women. In return for his guilty plea, Esparza avoided a possible death sentence. Ref: Nun's rosary beads were used to kill her
Also: Several months before the attack, Esparza was detained and let go by U.S. Border Patrol agents in New Mexico
even though he had spent three years in California prisons and had once been deported.

Eternal FlameMexican Burns Butt on French Eternal Flame
PARIS (Reuters) - A man who tried to extinguish the "eternal flame" burning under the Arc de Triomphe by sitting on it has been treated in hospital for burns to his bottom. The flame has been burning since 1921 over a grave containing the unidentified remains of a French soldier killed in the war.
A drunken Mexican soccer fan caused a scandal during the 1998 World Cup by putting the fire out by pissing on it. (reader link)

Flag of 'California Del Norte'

Crime and Corruption is Crossing the border
 "they forsook the cities, and fled; and the Philistines came and dwelt in them."

Republic of Texas From San Felipe, Austin wrote to Burnet on Oct. 5, 1835, 
"I hope you will enter ardently and warmly in the cause
-- now is the time --no more doubts -- no submission --
I hope to see Texas forever free from Mexican domination of any kind."

The 'NAFTA' railroad serial killer Ramirez New Nation News report on Epidemic of 
''Spanic'' and Mexican sex crimes
in Northern California

In the same manner that Santa Anna called for the outnumbered Texans to surrender
before his troops stormed the walls of the Alamo, 
Clinton has publicly called for the surrender of Kosovo.
Bart Simpson comments on Reconquista NAFTA - man of the year
mi nombre es taco, el perro de la frontera
The 'NAFTA' railroad serial killer Ramirez
Mexican comments on Law and Order
Surreal site distills dark essence of corrupt Mex-city

Anasazi practiced cannibalism? One scientist thinks so.

Anthropologist has proven that the Anasazi and other Southwestern Indians practiced cannibalism, and that the practices came north to the Southwest and Chaco Canyon area from Mexico. Human sacrifice was rampant in Mexican culture. After the bodies were sacrificed in the temples and the blood and heart  were distributed, sometimes given to family or  conquering warriors, he believes that the priest may have cut up the body and distributed it. "He  could have traded it for something he needed, he could have given it away or sold it, but he got the meat into the marketplace"
San Antonio Texas Police Department Crime Data Web Site with Maps
Bob Park for US Senator - "The People of Arizona are fed up"
Border 21 The plan to globalize the U.S. Southwest Border
Republic of Texas 
The Texas Army National Guard Kills Civil Rights
(from the man that alerted World Net Daily to the Texas black helicopter 'war games')
Corruption, discrimination  and disloyalty in the Texas National Guard
Don't drive anywhere in Mexico at night.
(or during the daytime - just not a good idea)
For more disinformation, 
call the Mexican Government Tourism Office (312-747-9252) or AAA (312-372-1818);
for State Department travel advisories, check the Web at http://travel.state.gov or call  202-647-5225.
State Department Travelers Warnings on Mexico
Mexican mayhem
The country's worst crime wave ever has become "Topic A" in the presidential race
Mexico City: ``Scum!'' - ``Sons of whores!'  the crowd shouted at the cops.
``These people sympathize with the criminals, they hate authority,''

Southwest and "points south"  - Crime Reference Links

...now more than five million illegal aliens in the US,
with another million? arriving each year...

Reuters de México - Spanish-language news AltaVista: Translations
 Race & Rape in America      
Murder in Los Angeles County - 1996 - Who Kills Who in LA County?