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CCC Launches Effort In Fairfax County

By Greg L | 31 October 2007 | Fairfax County, Illegal Aliens | 25 Comments

If you’re a Centreville resident who has had enough of your local library being used as an informal day laborer’s center, and the resulting assaults on juvenile girls that have happened since the transformation of this safe haven for children into a hunting ground for sexual predators, you might want to get in touch with the Centreville Citizen’s Coalition. Nothing ever happens in local politics unless citizens start standing up and demanding change, and change is more than overdue here.

Gerry Connolly and the rest of the Fairfax Board of County Supervisors hasn’t done a thing to address this serious problem, and this is just the organization that could push for much-needed reforms in this area of Fairfax County. It’s pretty clear that unless the citizens get involved in this issue, the current board isn’t going to do anything. That will be particularly true if what happens on November 6th doesn’t substantially change the makeup of the Fairfax Board of County Supervisors. Should Connolly survive the challenge to his chairmanship being mounted by Gary Baise, reform of county policies in regards to illegal aliens is not going to be a priority. It’ll most likely be back-burnered at best while the board renews its efforts to locate suitable median strips upon which to have more townhouses constructed.

A determined group of citizens could change this, however. Enough citizens saying no to criminal illegal aliens using the Centreville Public Library as a hunting ground, and demanding that the county start doing something to protect the most vulnerable among us from criminal illegal aliens could effect the important changes desperately needed in Fairfax County, regardless of the outcome of next weeks elections.

It’s time to start fixing the mess in Centreville.

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  1. Patty said on 31 Oct 2007 at 11:51 am:
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    How come Centreville Citizens Coalition doesn’t team up with Help Save Fairfax?

  2. Angry Blackman! said on 31 Oct 2007 at 12:31 pm:
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    These illegals have been hanging around the public library in Centreville for years now. Who in their right mind would drop off a young lady to do research or whatever? These illegals are intimidating to women and if one EVER does something to anyone in my family then it will be my first time getting arrested! (no need to elaborate anymore on why)

    Let’s keep up the pressure and hopefully more and more will get arrested/deported which will lead the rest to leave voluntary. People down in North Carolina are about to get started in the fight after hearing that many of the illegals view NC as a Sanctuary state.

  3. Anonymous said on 31 Oct 2007 at 12:31 pm:
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  4. Patty said on 31 Oct 2007 at 12:53 pm:
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    Our 4-H group met in that library last year. This is too scary.

  5. The Patriot (Got E-Verify?) said on 31 Oct 2007 at 1:06 pm:
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    When will we see that sign that is posted in the pic???

  6. Enquiring Minds Want to Know said on 31 Oct 2007 at 1:16 pm:
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    A friend of mine passed this along to me and I thought it was worth sharing. The video is AWESOME!
    I wonder if he gets money from the NEA, like the guy who did “PISS CHRIST” or the “CHOCOLATE JESUS”?…probably not!


  7. Ducky said on 31 Oct 2007 at 1:55 pm:
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    Opening a day laborer center would be a good idea so that they won’t hang around the library assulting girls.

  8. Enquiring Minds Want to Know said on 31 Oct 2007 at 2:06 pm:
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    Opening an ICE office would be a much better idea. Unless, of course you intend to fund the day laborer center.

  9. Enquiring Minds Want to Know said on 31 Oct 2007 at 2:07 pm:
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    How about this idea: Just keep their freakin hands to themselves!!!

  10. Krutis said on 31 Oct 2007 at 2:37 pm:
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    Enquiring…. All those youtube referrals state “this video not available”. Any explanation?

  11. Gerry must GO said on 31 Oct 2007 at 10:00 pm:
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    “Gerry Connolly and the rest of the Fairfax Board of County Supervisors hasn’t done a thing to address this serious problem”

    Worse then that, Gerry Connolly and the rest of the Fairfax board not only haven’t done a thing to address this problem, their actions make it WORSE. They encourage illegal aliens to come to Fairfax County and provide benefits, including funding for day labor sites in Culmore and Springfiled.

  12. monticup said on 31 Oct 2007 at 10:23 pm:
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    Why would we want a day labor center? That would just encourage them. The goal is to make them leave, not to make them comfortable

  13. Tobias Jodter said on 31 Oct 2007 at 10:40 pm:
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    They also put out the welcome mat to the day laborers to come INSIDE THE LIBRARY.


    [Library staff have simply “invited them in to use the public restroom” when they have observed public urination, Worthy said.

    “They haven’t bothered anyone. They just stand there,” Kirkpatrick said.]

    I certainly hope the parents of these assaulted kids are planning on suing Fairfax County. The naiveté and ignorance of liberals is just astounding.

  14. Fair and Balanced said on 31 Oct 2007 at 10:57 pm:
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    Can’t these men simply just be removed from the library grounds just for loitering? Could the authorities not to do something, I’d be disturbed by it too…

  15. Anon said on 1 Nov 2007 at 6:58 am:
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    Virginia needs to follow Oklahoma’s example:

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A new state immigration law that targets illegal immigrants has created fear and panic in Latino communities across Oklahoma and will force many immigrants — both documented and undocumented – to leave their jobs and homes, Latino groups said Wednesday.

    Latinos and their supporters reacted to the law on the eve of its Thursday effective date after a federal judge in Tulsa took under advisement a request to block its enforcement.

    In a two-page ruling, U.S. District Judge James H. Payne wrote that the plaintiffs had failed to introduce enough evidence to meet the burden of proof required for a preliminary injunction to be issued.

    “In light of plaintiffs’ failure to introduce evidence in support of their motion … the court cannot conclude that the plaintiffs’ right to a preliminary injunction has been clearly and unequivocally established,” Payne wrote.

    The statute — which received bipartisan support from state lawmakers who expressed frustration with Congress’ inability to pass comprehensive immigration reform – has created anxiety in Latino communities, said Pat Fennel, director of the Latino Community Development Agency in Oklahoma City.

    “So many Latinos have already left Oklahoma and many plan to do so, which is precisely what Randy Terrill wanted — cleanse the state,” Fennel said.

    She predicted the statute will have dire economic consequences for Oklahoma businesses who rely on immigrant labor. Among other things, it imposes new requirements on employers to verify the immigration status and employment eligibility of their workers and penalizes those who willfully hire illegal immigrants.

    “There are segments of the economy that are really feeling the impact. Those people who are here are fearful, distressed, going underground,” Fennel said.

    “There’s going to be employment gaps and employers are going to suffer,” said Rey Madrid of the League of United Latin American Citizens, a Washington-based group that is the oldest and largest Latino civil rights organization in the United States.

    “A lot of them are not going to leave, they’re going to go underground,” Madrid said.

    The measure also eliminates an illegal immigrant’s ability to obtain public benefits and gives state and local law enforcement the ability to enforce immigration law, including detaining illegals until they are deported.

    Reverend Eusebius J. Beltran, Catholic Archbishop of Oklahoma City, and other clergy and church parishioners have pledged to defy the law and continue offering services to the needy regardless of their immigration status.

    “We’re going forward with the same services tomorrow that we offered today,” said Richard Klinge, director of advocacy and legal services for Catholic Charities.

    But Fennel said Hispanic parents are pulling their school age children out of public school classrooms and Hispanic children and adults — including those in the country legally — are staying away from public health care clinics in their communities.

    “This is not just something that has the undocumented fearful,” she said. “This is really creating an adversarial environment for Latinos. Some time in the future, we’re going to look back in shame. And even more shame that Oklahoma was the leader.”

    Madrid, LULAC’s representative in Oklahoma, said he plans to visit schools in Latino areas and speak to Latino youth groups in an effort to prevent them from reacting violently when the law goes into effect.

    “They figure they’re punishing us and they’re targeting us,” Madrid said. “I see a lot of young people with no hope of going to college, no hope of getting a good job. They get angry.”

  16. Anon said on 1 Nov 2007 at 6:59 am:
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    The link:


  17. Michael said on 1 Nov 2007 at 1:18 pm:
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    People seem to quickly forget or deny that these laws (including the existing one that it is illegal to be in the country without a valid visa, a green card, or a passport/legal birth certificate) are designed to protect our community from illegal invaders and terrorists. This is not targeted at the Latino community, it is targeted at ALL lawbreakers that would intentionally do harm to the Unitited States and its legal residents by ignoring the law and creating a hazardous community to live in. People should not forget that it is illegal immigrants who are also terrorists, and to harbor them is illegal, and harmful to the security of the United States and to the security of our local communities.

    The reason illegal immigrants (from ANY country) don’t want to accept responsibility for their own actions is they don’t care about our laws, and they only care about their own particular ethnic group. Caring about only your own ethnic group is a facist concept. When a facist organization of people are aligned along racial and ethnic group lines (or religious or gender lines for that matter) and start to advocate for special priviliges, advocate that just their racial or ethnic group should be held above the law and argue that they are being oppressed and should therefore deserve special priviliges and law exceptions that the rest of the community is not allowed to be unaccountable for, they are setting the stage for the same sequence of events (militant fascist groups taking over the government as a racial and ethnic group to oppress all others) is what happened in pre-war (WWII) Germany. Thugs and criminals put people into local police stations that were loyal and faithful to only one ethnic race. Thugs and criminals put people of only their own race and ethnic group (by advocating and voting politically as an ethnic group) into government positions and oppressed the rest of the legal people living there. WWII emerged from that lawbreaking society. If we are not willing to stand up against the illegals and against gender, ethnic, religious, racial group political alignment, we too will suffer the same facist state fate. This is a serious threat to the US people! When you support them you threaten the security of the rest of us who abide by the law and don’t advocate by racial, gender, religious or ethnic group. We advocate as individuals with individual rights, joined together as a majority rule. This is called DEMOCRACY people!

    This is why laws that prevent racial, religious, gender and ethnic group communities from advocating for special supremacy and special privileges even though they have broken the law, must be enforced. If you do not do this, ethnic groups (latinos, asians, russians, muslims, etc) that care nothing about our individual civil rights, will complain, militantly organize and take over our government if you let them (like what is happening in California). They have no concept of obeying the law and no concept of individual rights and civil rights except those associated only with thier ETHNIC group.

    This is why politicians like Hillary Clinton, who support giving illegal immigrants of all nations driver’s licenses (which allow them to vote), are doing grevious harm to the security of our Nation and our local communities and is helping the cause of terrorists and illegal invaders, giving amnesty and sanctuary to people who will cause harm to our communities. This is anti-American, pro terrorist thinking. Shame on you Hillary and others who think like this!

  18. Enquiring Minds Want to Know said on 1 Nov 2007 at 2:20 pm:
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    Can an illegal alien go to a Catholic school for free? They seem to want to provide services.

  19. Anonymous said on 1 Nov 2007 at 2:50 pm:
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    States turning up heat on illegal immigrants
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    KANSAS CITY, Missouri (Reuters) - Minor traffic violations do not usually warrant a press release from a governor. But when state police stopped a van on a Missouri road for “following too closely” and found it was carrying 10 presumed illegal immigrants, Gov. Matt Blunt was quick to tout the incident as part of a new state program to hunt down undocumented aliens.

    “We will make every effort, implement every tool, and take every step to ensure the laws against illegal immigration are enforced,” declared Blunt, announcing the arrests as he pursued tough new measures to push undocumented immigrants out of the state.

    Missouri’s efforts are among several now being seen around the nation as state and local officials race to make their territory as unappealing as possible for the nation’s estimated 12 million undocumented individuals.

    The campaign has drawn the ire of religious organizations, civil rights groups and some employers, who argue the actions are unfairly harassing and intimidating both illegal and legal immigrants.

    “You’re starting to see this around the country. They’re trying to scare people and they’re saying ‘We don’t want you here,’” said William Sanchez, lead attorney for the National Coalition of Latino Clergy and Christian Leaders, which has filed suit to stop a new Oklahoma law that became effective Thursday.

    Immigration law historically has been the role of the federal government. But Congress has deadlocked on efforts at immigration reform, frustrating those outside Washington who say illegal immigration puts a strain on schools, health care, and other community services and costs Americans jobs.


    Forty-three states enacted 182 immigration-related laws this year, “an unprecedented level of activity,” according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.

    More than two dozen cities and counties have also introduced measures aimed at curbing illegal immigration, though many have been turned back by legal challenges.

    Measures vary widely but many focus on penalizing employers of undocumented workers, restricting public benefits, and making it hard for illegals to find places to live.

    Oklahoma’s new law is widely seen as the toughest in the nation, making it a felony to transport or harbor people without legal status, requires local law enforcement and businesses to enforce federal immigration restrictions, and reduces public benefits for illegal immigrants.

    “Illegal aliens will not come to Oklahoma or anywhere else if there are no jobs waiting for them. They will not stay here if there is no government subsidy,” said the law’s sponsor, Oklahoma Rep. Randy Terrill, a Republican who believes the measure will make illegal immigrants “self deport.”

    Both critics and supporters said the punitive measures could prompt thousands to flee the state, a factor that has lawmakers in other states eyeing similar measures.

    “We are drafting our own legislation patterned after Oklahoma,” said Utah Sen. Bill Hickman. “We’re developing two different groups in society - those that have to obey the law and those that don’t. Society can’t function very well that way.”

    Critics of the crackdown say local and state lawmakers have no constitutional authority to try to enforce immigration law, and the crack down is making it hard to find workers.

    “Reform of immigration law should occur through Congress. It is a federal issue,” said the Rev. Steve Copley, a United Methodist pastor. This week he announced the formation of the Arkansas Friendship Coalition, which opposes laws targeting immigrants. Tyson Foods Inc. and Alltel Corp. officials are among the members.

    “We’re a nation of immigrants and the same hopes and dreams they share are the same hopes and dreams most of us share about a good life for our families,” said Copley.

    In Missouri, Gov. Blunt has taken the opposite tact. Not only is he pushing state law enforcement to verify immigration status of people suspected of crimes, but also ordered audits of state contractors to ensure their employees are legal.

    Over the last two months, Missouri law enforcement has arrested 85 people after immigration checks and has worked out a deal with the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency to designate certain county jails to hold detainees.

    “This is how we’re doing business henceforth,” said Missouri director of public safety Mark James. “We have 1,000 highway patrol, 100 water patrol and 30 to 40 capital police officers to work on this. If we can help that cause, then we’re doing something proactive.”

    (Additional reporting by Ben Fenwick in Oklahoma City)

    © Reuters2007All rights reserved

  20. Anonymous said on 1 Nov 2007 at 3:01 pm:
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    Michael on 1 Nov 2007 at 1:18 pm:

    La Raza and Casa de Maryland et al would be out of business if it were not for the illegal aliens. These bleeding heart organizations are being funded by our tax dollars. The Senate is trying to pass a bill (due to come up for a vote shortly) that has an attachment that will give La Raza about 25 million dollars over 3 years. You know where that money is going!

  21. manassascityresident said on 1 Nov 2007 at 3:19 pm:
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    ARE YOU KIDDING ME? 25M? WHY? This world has gone CRAZY! I’m so sick of this - what a joke!

  22. Michael said on 1 Nov 2007 at 6:02 pm:
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    I am so much in agreement with you MCR. Special interest racial, ethnic, religious, gender groups get money and government funded support and sympathy. Individuals who advocate to prevent these groups from taking over the government and form coalitions independent of race, gender, religion or ethnic group, do not. Thomas Jefferson, or Benjamin Franklin, or Hamilton would have a heart attack if they knew how the US treasury money is currently being spent to destroy the law abiding political “centrist” majority in the country.

  23. Anonymous said on 1 Nov 2007 at 9:47 pm:
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    manassascityresident on 1 Nov 2007 at 3:19 pm:

    Fed dollars proposed for La Raza
    Plan would start with $5 million, then double funding

    Posted: June 2, 2007
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    © 2007 WorldNetDaily.com

    Tens of millions of U.S. taxpayer dollars soon could be flowing into the National Council of La Raza, an organization that advocates for civil rights for Hispanics and has connections to groups that advocate the separation of several southwestern states from the rest of the nation.

    The proposal has been made by U.S. Rep. Ruben Hinojosa, and it would give the organization that describes itself as “the largest national Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization in the United States – [working] to improve opportunities for Hispanic Americans” $5 million annually starting in 2008, with the funding to double the next year and then continue at that level “for each fiscal year thereafter.”

    As WND reported earlier, La Raza was condemned last year by Rep. Charles Norwood, R-Ga., as a radical “pro-illegal immigration lobbying organization that supports racist groups calling for the secession of the western United States as a Hispanic-only homeland.”

    Norwood has called on La Raza to renounce its support of the Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan – which sees “The Race” as part of an ethnic group that one day will reclaim Aztlan, the mythical birthplace of the Aztecs. In Chicano folklore, Aztlan includes California, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico and parts of Colorado and Texas.

    (Story continues below)

    The new plan, H.R. 1999, was introduced in April and already has been referred to a committee for action.

    The attempt to divert federal funding is being publicized by several groups, including Americans for Legal Immigration Political Action Committee as well as The Federal Observer.

    “Contact your HOUSE MEMBER to vote against this American largess for organizations working for the benefit of foreign nations,” the websites said.

    The legislation specifically authorizes money “for assistance for the National Council of La Raza and the Raza Development Fund.”

    “This Act may be cited as the ‘Hope Fund Act of 2007,’” the legislation said. It calls for the money to be used for “community development” as well as “affordable housing” for neighborhoods “of Hispanic origin.”

    The organization’s latest available financial report confirms that it already gets $5 million a year in federal grants, and nearly another $14 million a year in other grants, making up a majority of its $30 million annual budget. The future $10 million annual grants would provide a substantial boost to its budget.

    The legislation allows the money to be spent by the National Council of La Raza or its development fund and leaves the door open for funding “such other activities as may be determined by the Secretary and the National Council of La Raza.”

    “Line[s] the pockets of Hispanic real estate companies and agents and … line[s] their own pockets and cronies,” one forum participant said on the ALIPAC site. “The thought of paying taxes to fund this pandering racist organization should enrage everyone!”

    ALIPAC spokesman William Gheen told WND that it’s happening across the board these days.

    “It is unethical for any group engaged in politics to be receiving taxpayer funds,” he said. “La Raza lobbies on issues and then lobbies to receive more money.”

    He said the organization legally is allowed to lobby as long as only a small part of its budget goes to that goal. “It would be interesting to have a job where part of your job is to spend tax dollars and then go lobby for more.”

    He said the Internal Revenue Service simply has not been following such activities closely enough.

    “People can file a complaint with the IRS, but it’s another matter whether they do anything,” he said.

    The open-ended allocation referencing future fiscal years could mean that not only tens of millions – but hundreds of millions – of taxpayer dollars would be allocated for the organization, he said.

    Also, since La Raza has hundreds of affiliate groups around the nation, the bottom line could escalate dramatically.

    He said Americans probably wouldn’t want their tax dollars to such race-based groups.

    One of the founders of the La Raza concept was Jose Angel Gutierrez, a professor whose current projects include, “A Chicano Manual on How to Handle Gringos,” and “Chicano Leadership: Local Elected Officials in Texas, 1950-2000.”

    He helped found the Mexican American Youth Organization and La Raza Unida Party, and has told reporters that, “Our devil has pale skin and blue eyes,” and, “We’re a new Mestizo nation.”

    La Raza itself confirms on its website that it will continue to support on a case by case basis the Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan, which it admits has “inappropriate rhetoric” that is “extremist and inflammatory.”

    That organization has called for the restoration of Aztlan by separating much or all of half a dozen southwestern states from the United States. To that concept, Gutierrez responded that he shouldn’t need a passport, because he was just traveling across the land to which he is indigenous.

    WND reported just a day earlier that a campaign also has been set up by a group including La Raza letting Spanish-speaking people lobby the U.S. Senate directly, even coaching them what English words to use.

    And it deceives congressional offices, with a high-tech process that strips away the 800 number people actually call, and forwards to Washington the callers’ home numbers, leaving the impression the multitude of calls are not part of an organized effort, WND has learned.

    The actual program is being run by the Coalition for Comprehensive Immigration Reform, which calls itself “a campaign … to achieve passage of workable comprehensive immigration reform legislation that serves our nation,” and includes the National Council of La Raza as a supporting member.

  24. Anonymous said on 1 Nov 2007 at 10:55 pm:
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    30 arrested in immigration raid near Fort Benning
    Undocumented Mexicans and Guatemalans working on military museum will be deported

    The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

    Published on: 11/01/07

    The site of a new Army infantry museum near Fort Benning became the scene of an immigration raid when federal agents arrested 30 workers earlier this week.

    Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested 27 Mexicans and three Guatemalans on charges of immigration violations, and they will be processed for deportation, ICE spokesman Richard Rocha said.

    Agents entered the work site of the new National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center at Patriot Park in Columbus on Tuesday morning and checked the IDs of all workers, Rocha said. Those considered to be illegally in the country were transported to the ICE detention center in Stewart County, he said.

    Cyndy Cerbin, a spokeswoman for the National Infantry Foundation, a private group building the museum, referred all questions to contractor Batson-Cook Co. Eddie Sanders, on-site project manager for Batson-Cook, said his company is cooperating with ICE.

    “Batson-Cook follows all the federal and state laws on hiring of personnel,” Sanders said. “We expect our subcontractors to follow those laws, as well.”

    “When you have an incident like this, you are shocked,” he said.

    “Until these guys are proven to be guilty, we don’t really know if they’re illegal yet,” he said.

    The men arrested worked for a number of subcontractors on the site, Sanders said.

    The $85 million museum dedicated to infantry history is located next to the base. It will replace the current museum, which is in the middle of Fort Benning and is run by the Army. The museum displays Army uniforms, mess equipment, guns, helmets, a 1902 Studebaker Utility Wagon and the classic Jeep. It traces the campaigns of infantrymen through U.S. history.

    The immigration raid won’t hinder the museum’s construction, which is expected to be completed in November 2008, Sanders said.

    ICE also arrested illegal workers at Fort Benning in January as they arrived to work on a barracks project.

    One of ICE’s priorities is to ensure the integrity of critical infrastructure such as airports, nuclear power plants and military bases.

    The agency had developed information that there were possible unauthorized workers at the museum construction site, which led to the raid, Rocha said.

  25. Legal2 said on 2 Nov 2007 at 7:28 am:
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    Enquiring Minds - Whoa! Those catholics are watching their bottom line - $$. However, they DO provide free education as missionaries in the third world countries. The open borders crowd need to re-direct their efforts there, volunteer, and help to improve the lot of their cause du jour in their home countries.

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