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Re: “Talking Trash

Hey Tim,
I have read many of your articles and and one thing is clear, you have no concept of what is really happening on the border. No More Deaths is a subversive anti government group with only about 30-40 core members that are involved with smuggling and relocating illegal immigrants. They have long established contacts through out Central America and all the way to Canada. They go back decades to the 1980s sanctuary movement that started at the South Side Presbyterian Church here in Tucson and smuggled 10s of thousands of Salvadorians and Central Americans with out any screening, into the U.S.. Nine Members were finally arrested on federal charges. By taking the law in their own hands they caused collateral damage to this country such as the formation of the most notorious and violent gang from El Salvador known as MS13 growing to a world wide gang with an estimated US membership of 70,000. The leaders of the sanctuary movement have resurfaced, and now head No More Deaths and the Samaritans. They have developed a very high tec data collection system by putting out gallon water jugs along the border with their own coded GPS coordinates marked on the bottles. Volunteers farther north pick up the bottles and log in their pickup location. The comparative data is all entered into a custom mapping program and up to date data is now available on current major migration paths. This why the gallon water jugs are so important and this is just the tip of the iceberg.

Posted by on the border on 12/17/2009 at 9:34 PM

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