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Another Resident Murdered, Gerry Connolly Does Nothing

By Greg L | 26 April 2008 | Fairfax County, Illegal Aliens, Crime | 23 Comments

This wasn’t much of a surprise: the two MS-13 members suspected of murdering someone in Springfield last month happen to be illegal aliens, according to the DC Examiner.  Given that the Virginia State Police has said that between eighty and ninety percent of MS-13 gang members are illegal aliens,it seemed only a matter of time before this revelation would appear.  And Gerry Connolly’s response to the execution of one of his residents at the hands of MS-13?  Not a word.

Two Virginia men have been indicted on murder and racketeering charges, accused of gunning down a rival gang member in a Springfield parking lot so that they could improve their profile in the notorious MS-13 street gang.

Federal prosecutors allege in documents unsealed Friday that Rafael “Cheve” Parada-Mendoza and Gabriel “Dandy” Hosman Perez-Amaya executed Christian Argueta in the parking lot outside the Cerro Grande restaurant a few weeks before Christmas. The pair, each 21 and former Fairfax County residents, are accused of murder, conspiracy and firearms charges. Both are illegal immigrants and shot Argueta as a kind of grisly initiation, authorities charged.

What is fascinating here is that one of the now-indicted suspects in this case absconded after being ordered deported in 2006.  Since Fairfax County refuses to crack down on illegal aliens, he was free to operate as part of a foreign-based criminal enterprise for years until it took the commission a homicide for him to finally come to the attention of law enforcement.  Nice job, Gerry Connolly.  Your determined effort to protect illegal aliens from the consequences of their behavior has resulted in the death of one more Fairfax County resident.  I wonder how many more of your constituents have to die before you believe it is worthwhile to start dealing with this problem.

You see folks, liberalism does actually kill.

UPDATE: Snapped Shot has more on this.

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  1. Anonymous said on 26 Apr 2008 at 4:46 pm:
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    Think it’s bad now in FFC? Wait awhile. You ain’t seen nothing yet! Mexi-Fax is growing!

  2. es_la_ley said on 26 Apr 2008 at 8:11 pm:
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    I’m surprised a dude goes by the name of “Dandy”.

  3. Foghorn Leghorn said on 26 Apr 2008 at 8:38 pm:
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    And the “Con Man” is going to run for Congress too? Give me
    a break! http://youtube.com/watch?v=KTwnwbG9YLE&feature=related

  4. Bob S. said on 26 Apr 2008 at 8:53 pm:
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  5. Bob S. said on 26 Apr 2008 at 8:54 pm:
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    Perhaps you’ve left your fax machine on too long!

  6. Bob S. said on 26 Apr 2008 at 8:57 pm:
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    Or your fumbling fingers have forgotten how to forgo superfluous “f”s?

  7. Patty said on 26 Apr 2008 at 9:51 pm:
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    Many years ago I worked at a retail establishment on Bland Street near Commerce. At that time you could walk down the sidewalk at night and feel safe. There was a bicycle shop, a butcher shop and a Baskin Robbins. Springfield Mall was a family friendly place. It’s too bad how it has gone down the tubes. This is what happens when political correctness hijacks law and order.

    Shame on you Gerry Connolly!

  8. Bob S. said on 26 Apr 2008 at 10:06 pm:
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    Patty - You’re awfully quick to throw around cute little “buzz phrases” like “political correctness”. What have YOU done to help solve the problem? Some of us are quite prepared to undergo an economic slowdown in order to toss out the undesirables. Did you (or your parents) exhibit the same discipline?

  9. Greg L said on 26 Apr 2008 at 10:17 pm:
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    Patty has been a tireless warrior working with Neighborhood Services to resolve troubling zoning and public safety issues and is a prime mover behind the establishment of several neighborhood watches in her area. If one-hundredth of the local population exhibited the same level of dedication to their community as she, the illegal alien problem in her community might never have happened in the first place because citizens wouldn’t have tolerated the abuses when they first started happening.

    Bob S., you are way out of line here. Since you’re asking the question, what is it that you have done that puts you in a position to question Patty?

  10. Patty said on 26 Apr 2008 at 10:18 pm:
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    If Gerry Connolly was interested in law enforcement, Springfield would not be the gang capital of Fairfax County. He wants to make sure he doesn’t offend criminals.

    It that clear enough for you?

  11. me said on 26 Apr 2008 at 11:21 pm:
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    You owe Patty an apology plain and simple.

    The regulars on BVBL all know how hard Patty works to continuously improve life in her community!

  12. me said on 26 Apr 2008 at 11:35 pm:
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    B.S. while I am at it

    The commonly used abbreviation for Fairfax County is 2 f’s and 1 x such as ffx (or Ffx) County,,,,,so there you were wrong too now try and get a life

  13. Bob S. said on 27 Apr 2008 at 1:28 am:
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    Umm, I’ll try to keep this short, ‘cuz I’m not as fond of my own voice as some others here.

    1) FFC is not a generally recognized abbreviation for Fairfax County. We all know this, and I was making a bit of light-hearted fun.

    2) Patty wasn’t talking about anything that she’s done for Fairfax County, but was merely bemoaning the fact that something (that pesky “political correctness”) has kept life from magically becoming better. Oops, no, that’s not quite correct. A more proper term for what we’re discussing is: “accepting lawless behavior”. I don’t. Probably you don’t. Heck, I’ll even believe that Patty doesn’t. But let’s not throw around empty terms like “political correctness” as if they actually mean anything.

  14. Bob S. said on 27 Apr 2008 at 1:43 am:
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    Patty - I really do wish to apologize for having made a remark that was fashioned in ignorance of your laudable efforts. I was probably trying much harder to amuse myself than I was trying to contribute to a meaningful dialogue here.

    But I’d still feel better if you were frugal with those buzzwords/catch phrases!


  15. NoVA Scout said on 27 Apr 2008 at 10:22 am:
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    Whatever Connolly’s faults (and, in my opinion, there are many), I rather suspect that he is as opposed to murder as the next politician.

  16. Boney572 said on 27 Apr 2008 at 3:14 pm:
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    Just curious why the newspapers don’t immediately identify any criminal activity (especially felonious) as done by illegal aliens? Not a mention and we are left to assume any hispanic name involved with gang activity as being illegal. It is certaianly newsworthy if illegals are committing serious felonies.

  17. americangal4ever said on 27 Apr 2008 at 3:59 pm:
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    Someone posted this on another site!!

    How to Legally Disrupt the Lives of Illegal Aliens

    * Take notice of apartments/houses/garages packed with an unusual number of people. You can, place a ‘ICE is coming!” flyer on the door (simple wet-n-stick works great). Call ICE and report. Or, call the Fire Marshall, Health Dept or City Building Inspector and report violations of maximum/occupancy laws.

    * If you see MS-13 tattoos or their graffiti around your neighborhood, call ICE and report. ICE is looking for these people A LOT!

    * On the streets where they stand for illegal work, take camera/video pics of ‘employers’ trying to hire them, pics of their face, license plate, contractor’s license number. Inform the ‘employer’ that they are breaking federal law and if you see them trying to hire illegals again, the photos will be sent to the State Tax Franchise Board, IRS, State Contractor’s Licensing Board and ICE. Best to work in group of three’s and everyone has a camera.

    * If you see someone using foodstamps, WIC, cashing a welfare check and then jumping into nice cars, follow them home, get the address, license plate numbers and send a letter to or call the fraud department of the Social Service agency in your area, give them your observations and simply ask them to investigate the possibility of fraud. Works great for legals and illegals who are pulling welfare scams.

    * Put pressure on your school district to implement a ‘We ask and you tell’ immigration policy when it comes to enrollment. Schools are breaking federal law when they use federal funds for illegal aliens and they intentionally don’t ask to avoid dealing with that reality. Consider suing your school district if you notice the quality of your child’s education is suffering due to overcrowding and/or an overabundance of non-English speaking children in your child’s classroom. Your child is entitled to a quality English education not a ‘dumbing down’ watered down version.

    * If you see a business that should have an ethnically diverse workforce and doesn’t. Ask if they use E-Verify to be sure that they are not hiring illegal alien workers. If they don’t, call ICE and DHS and ask that the business be investigated. Boycott business until you see ethnic diversity and English used as the language of commerce.

    * If you see home-based daycares being run by people you suspect are illegal aliens, call the Community Care Licensing Board or comparable agency that oversees the licensing of all daycare centers, including home-based.

    * Report all traffic and road violations to police.

    * Report all incidences of public intoxication or unusual traffic to residences to police. Drug trafficking is a biggie.

    * Report to the Police, City Sanitation Dept or Health and Safety Dept all residences that are turning into unsanitary and unsafe junkyards.

    * If you have illegal aliens loitering outside your business soliciting illegal work, call the police and ask that they be removed.

    * If you are a landlord, you are permitted to ask all potential and current tenants for proof of legal residence in the US. Ask all tenants regardless of ethnicity to avoid discrimination lawsuits. Give a written notice that all occupants must supply proof of legal residence, US citizenship or vacate residence within 30 days of notice. A Mexican Matricula card is not proof of legal residence in the US. A passport with expiration date in US and/or an accompanying work or student VISA, is.

    * If you suspect a landlord is renting to illegals, approach in person or in writing and ask that they investigate to be sure they’re not breaking federal law and in jeopardy of jail, fines and loss of their property. Let them know that you’ll be asking ICE to investigate.

    These are just a few ways to help yourself and your community be a safer place to live.

  18. americangal4ever said on 27 Apr 2008 at 4:04 pm:
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    Someone posted this GREAT letter on another site——she frequently sends it to her elected officials!!!

    Dear Elected Government Official,

    I think it is time a major issue many elected officials are forgetting about is brought to your attention: your job description and duties.

    Your duty is to vote on an issue as the majority of your constituents ask you to and NOT on how you decide you should vote. You must honestly represent the majority of your constituents as they ask or tell you to. What does this mean?

    If on a certain topic coming for a vote only ONE constituent asks you to vote a specific way, then that is YOUR DUTY to vote that way. Even if you fully disagree with the issue, it is not your job to vote how YOU want but how the MAJORITY (no matter how small) of the people ask you to vote. If 1000 people ask you to vote one way and 1001 ask you to vote another, your duty lies with the 1001. You are to ignore what the media claims and go by how we the legal residents of the United States and most importantly your immediate constituents who contact you ask you to vote. Is this part of your job description clear? Sometimes, as your employer, I wonder how much of your job description you understand or may have forgotten.

    When you fail to represent honestly the majority, you are failing in your job duties. As with any other employer, I am constantly reviewing your job performance. Your decisions and how you deal with various issues will be considered the next time your position is up for election. Sadly, unlike a more traditional job, we cannot choose to “fire” you at any point when enough errors are made. Remember, my taxes pay your salary. You are my employee. My voice is the one you are to echo if it falls in with the majority who contact you. Your represent me and not your own agenda or those who have no rights to demand services from you.

    Sadly, I feel too many elected officials are forgetting this. You are making politics far more complex than they need to be. You are not performing your position to the fullest you can. In far too many issues, you are listening to the minority that may be very loud and persistent while ignoring the majority that is still contacting you, taking part in polls, etc., but may not be as rabid or even annoying.

    For example, even though the majority of your constituents have indicated that we support all enforcement efforts regarding illegals, you did not vote this way. You voted the way that “you” wanted, based on the will of the loud and persistent minority, instead of what the majority wanted.

    Remember your job and whom you are speaking for. Trust me come Election Day, I will.

  19. Loyal Patron said on 28 Apr 2008 at 2:51 am:
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    Thank god my husband and I got out of FFC when we did !! God only knows how long it’ll be before the lending rates go up (again?) and forecloser rates start to rise. Think if we move back in a few years I’ll get lost in my own home town? *shivers at the thought*

  20. NoVA Scout said on 28 Apr 2008 at 7:52 pm:
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    americangal apparently would have much to talk about with Edmund Burke.

    I particulary was amused by the notion that if an elected official gets one letter on an issue, he/she is compelled to vote that way.

    Senator Steven Young of Ohio once wrote to a vocal constituent who persistently sent stiffly worded messages on how the Senator should vote. The Senator’s letter read: “Dear Sir: Some jackass keeps sending me letters and signing your name. Thought you would want to know.”

    I’m inclined to think we don’t get our money’s worth from political officials who bring nothing to the job but an ability to count votes and read decibel meters. You can get machines for that. If we elect officials of judgment, experience, character, courage and an ability to communicate, they can sometimes join the debate and influence it for the good of the community. Those are the ones that earn their pay many times over.

  21. AWCheney said on 30 Apr 2008 at 12:05 am:
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    “If we elect officials of judgment, experience, character, courage and an ability to communicate, they can sometimes join the debate and influence it for the good of the community.”

    Unfortunately, NoVA, most of them have died off.

  22. NoVA Scout said on 1 May 2008 at 8:44 am:
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    Alas, AWC, you are right about that. You and I had the honor of working for and knowing some of them personally, didn’t we?

  23. AWCheney said on 6 May 2008 at 6:23 pm:
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    We did indeed, NoVA.

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