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Mexican Drug Cartels in NOVA

By Greg L | 1 December 2011 | Manassas Park, Illegal Aliens, Virginia Politics, Crime, Manassas City, Prince William County | 15 Comments

ICE participated in an investigation involving firearms and cocaine trafficking that resulted in the arrest of eleven people in Fairfax County and the Manassas area, most of whom were foreign nationals from Mexico.  Sounds a whole lot like the Mexican drug cartels have set up shop in Virginia, as this isn’t the first time we have been alerted to the problem.

From InsideNOVA:

According to court documents, the men are allegedly part of a trafficking ring largely operating out of Manassas and Fairfax County.

The ring supplies large quantities of cocaine to street-level dealers, the court documents state.

Law enforcement officers purchased or seized more than three kilograms of cocaine during this particular investigation, part of “Operation Bull Run.”

In addition to the drugs, officers purchased or seized are more than 20 firearms and hundreds of rounds of ammunition during this phase of the investigation.

Members of the conspiracy are natives of several countries. Most of the conspirators are illegally present in the United States from Mexico, McBride said.

Many of the alleged members are part of or affiliated with street gangs, such as La Raza, SUR 13, and 18th Street, according to court documents.

Manassas, Manassas Park and Prince William County, the ball is in your court.  Mexican drug cartels are building turf in your communities, and it’s up to you to do something about it.  You can wait for crimes to happen and then send investigators to clean up the mess and try to find the murders, gang-bangers and human traffickers after the fact, or you can choose to do something proactive.  Reducing the number of illegal aliens unlawfully present here who constitute the pool these cartel members swim in is a good start, as the lawlessness of that segment of the population only encourages more, and more dangerous lawlessness.

It’s also clearly time for the General Assembly to start working on this problem in earnest.  For the past four years, legislators like Chuck Colgan have been helping to block any effort at the state level to address this problem, with Colgan even going as far as to actually deny that illegal aliens exist in Prince William County.  They have a choice to stand either with the law abiding citizens of Virginia, or with La Raza, SUR 13, the 18th Street gang, and Mexican drug cartels and they better be pretty darned clear to their constituents this session about what their choice is.

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  1. Maureen said on 1 Dec 2011 at 10:07 pm:
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    They’ll probably get a work permit and a drivers license now. Or maybe even qualify for the dream act!

  2. Cynic said on 1 Dec 2011 at 11:00 pm:
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    They need to set up a branch office in Montgomery Co. Md. Then they will be eligible to apply and receive grants of at least $250 thousand per year.

  3. taknit2thestreets said on 2 Dec 2011 at 8:20 am:
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    City of Manassas is proactive. The City is pouring tax dollars into disadvantaged neighborhoods, pouring tax dollars into the schools and pouring tax dollars into the performing arts pipeline projects. Delegate Miller is working deligently to protect the city he watched ‘burn’ last year. Citizens are proactive and reporting to local law enforcement when and where they see it. Now all we can we hope for is a new city manager who will appreciate citizens who are proactive and demand more accountability from our governing authorities without feeling threatened and actually work with all of us and not just a special few.

  4. VA_Magoo said on 2 Dec 2011 at 9:20 am:
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    Sounds like time for a PWC Militia for Homeland Defense.

  5. VA_Magoo said on 2 Dec 2011 at 10:10 am:
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    Article claims some of those arrested are members of a gang called “La Raza”, why is a “gang” allowed to function as a 501c non-profit organization?


    I would think that criminal activity would at least cause an investigation into their “not for profit” status….. We all know that drug dealers sell drugs and guns “at cost”. No profits here….

  6. Greg L said on 2 Dec 2011 at 10:50 am:
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    “The City is pouring tax dollars into disadvantaged neighborhoods, pouring tax dollars into the schools and pouring tax dollars into the performing arts pipeline projects.”

    We’re saved. All we need to do is encourage Mexican drug cartel members to take up ballet dancing, and the problem goes away. The next time I encounter an illegal alien MS-13 enforcer for the cartels, I’ll have to ask him about how if we simply underwrote his dream of becoming a prima ballerina he wouldn’t have hacked that poor girl to death in her bedroom to the point there were blood spatters on the ceiling. Had we just funded his hidden desires to get in touch with his artistic side he wouldn’t have turned to gangs and crime.

    Yes, let’s throw more money at the problem. By all means.

  7. Robert L. Duecaster said on 2 Dec 2011 at 11:43 am:
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    Don’t forget the soccer teams, Greg. And the import the Manassas police attach to naming them. What a bunch of pablum.

  8. JOE said on 2 Dec 2011 at 12:22 pm:
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    This is very worrisome! These are the ones that were caught. How many more gang members are in our midst? Too many to count I would think.

    Our State delegation had better be doing something this year! Citizens are tired of having illegal aliens wishes and feelings put before theirs.


  9. Cynic said on 2 Dec 2011 at 12:53 pm:
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    “illegal aliens wishes and feeling put before theirs”

    Your are correct.

    That is why we need a path to illegal alien status for our citizens. With the passage of an illegal alien status law for U. S. Citizens by the U. S. Congress and signed by the President, we citizens will finally be on equal status (well almost) with the illegals.

  10. wrassler said on 2 Dec 2011 at 2:21 pm:
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    I think it is fair to ask about how Manassas, in particular, and the County in general is allocating its policing resources away from violent crime to be more proactive and more and more into, for example, what porn you are watching. They both have gang units. Those folks risk their lives every day and clearly need /deserve a bigger share of the limited pool of resources/ support.

  11. Logical Thinker said on 3 Dec 2011 at 5:11 pm:
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    In the 2011 Session of the General Assembly, this topic was addressed. I hope people weree listening.


  12. Maureen said on 4 Dec 2011 at 12:54 pm:
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    Yes great solution! (please note the sarsacm) why should we accept people that have come here illegally? Why reward breaking our laws ? I you or I break the law we are punished in some way, not rewarded.

    I have spoken with many illegal aliens and they don’t like America except for the money they can make here or the free education that their children receive.

    I love my country and don’t want to have those that don’t be given legal status and a pathway to citizenship.

  13. Chuck Colgan said on 4 Dec 2011 at 2:25 pm:
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    What? Where? HERE?


  14. Yawning Wolf said on 4 Dec 2011 at 2:39 pm:
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    Our federal government will not uphold the laws they themselves have made. Their oath of office requires each and every one of them to “uphold the law”. Moreover, the federal government then thwarts the efforts of local governments to uphold these laws. There is a word for this. It is called treason. Very ironic word to be applied to our federal government.

  15. Carlos said on 13 Dec 2011 at 9:52 am:
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    One thing is for sure, the drug war is underfunded. We need to tax rich people so that we can militarize our police forces and get rid of drugs once and for all!!!!! Don’t people realize drugs are bad, have we not gotten the message out? Drugs are bad people, BAD. We need more outreach, more DARE programs, more policing, longer sentences, throw more people in jail. I pinky swear this will work. If it can work for education, why can’t it work for drugs?

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