Latino Gangs in your Suburb

July/15/2010 16:09PM
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If you recall, a Chicago suburb was quick to cancel their girl’s high school basketball trip to a tournament in Arizona next year. It was a protest of the racial profiling in the Arizona law. Of course, there is no racial profiling in the Arizona law. It’s a myth perpetrated by Obamamites who are trolling for votes, illegals who want to be legal, and bleeding hearts who have never been exposed to the problems being encountered in Arizona. And, by people from all those camps who used the Major League All Star Game to voice their outrage. They want the game re-scheduled to a different venue instead of Arizona where it is planned for 2011. Fine, boycott baseball if you agree with the Arizona law.

At the same time the local NBC news station in Chicago ran a special on July 13 with a newswoman, Carol Marin going back to her home town, Rolling Meadows, Illinois, a Chicago suburb.

What Carol found was Latino gangs are active in her old neighborhood. She interviewed the county sheriff who said it becoming prevalent in many suburbs in his county. No Chief of Police in any suburb mentioned by the Sheriff would agree to an interview. The sheriff actually mentioned Mexican Mafia Drug Lords were running the gangs. Selling drugs to the teenagers in these suburbs is the main enterprise. But, what comes with that is the typical list of crimes. Violence, murder, burglary, and fear. The two gangs, the Latin Kings and Surenos are too well financed to leave turf for the other gangs in Chicago to follow.

Suburbanites in Arizona have already tasted this blessing that comes from turning a blind eye to illegal aliens. That outrage is central to the genesis of the Arizona law. The residents want the illegals sent home, or at least to Chicago suburbs so folks can gain empathy for their situation.

How long will it take for Rolling Meadows to start demanding a law like the people in Arizona demanded?

By the way, here’s the FBI most wanted list for Chicago.

Featured Fugitives

Photograph of and link to Benito Casanova Benito Casanova
Child Abduction; Murder
Photograph of and link to Valentin Baez Valentin Baez
Drug Charges
Photograph of and link to Danny Dominguez Danny Dominguez
Drug Charges
Photograph of and link to Fernando Vazquez Fernando Vazquez
Drug Charges
Photograph of and link to Alvero Chavez Alvaro Chavez
Drug Charges
Photograph of and link to Robert B. Ranjel Robert B. Ranjel
Drug Charges
Photograph of and link to Frank Bush Amir Frank Bush Amir
Wire Fraud
Photograph of and link to Eddie C. Hicks Eddie C. Hicks
RICO, Drug Charges
Phtograph of and link to Juan Carolos Duran Juan Carlos Duran
Drug Conspiracy
Photograph of and link to Dionne Garcia Dionne Garcia
Drug Conspiracy
Photograph of and link to Evelyn Guzman Evelyn Guzman
Drug Conspiracy
Photograph of and link to Sergio Luis Martinez-Varela Sergio Luis Martinez-Varela
Drug Conspiracy
Photoggraph of and link to Armando Vargas Armando Vargas
Drug Conspiracy
Photograph of and link to Oscar D. Vega Oscar D. Vega
Drug Conspiracy
Photograph of and link to Rene Villareal, Jr. Rene Villareal, Jr.
Drug Conspiracy
Photograph of and link to Liliana Lucero Mercado Gonzalez taken in 1999 Liliana Lucero Mercado Gonzalez
Felonious Homicide
Photograph of and link to Francisco Javier Lopez Gonzalez taken in 1999 Francisco Javier Lopez Gonzalez
Felonious Homicide
Photograph of and link to Baltazar Martinez Baltazar Martinez
Murder
Photograph of and link to Alicia Leonor Banuelos Alicia Leonor Banuelos
Murder, Child Abduction
Photograph of and link to Manuel Medina Manuel Medina
Drug Charges
Photograph of and link to Sukhrob Davronov Sukhrob Davronov
Murder
Photograph of and link to Luis Rosado Luis Rosado
Armed Robbery
En Español
Photograph of and link to Sherry Halligan Sherry Halligan
Murder
Photograph of and link to Frantz Dieudonne Frantz Dieudonne
Child Sex Crimes
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