Thursday, January 13, 2011

Part Of The Problem

Not part of the solution. That is Hispanic employees of the Department Of Homeland Security, like the recently arrested Marcos Gerardo Manzano, Jr. A Border Patrol Agent who was smuggling drugs and aliens. A BPA who's father was an twice deported illegal alien.


FBI and SWAT agents raided the San Ysidro home of Border Patrol agent Marcos Gerardo Manzano, Jr. late Monday morning and found an illegal immigrant and drugs in his garage.Manzano was arrested later that day around midnight and charged with harboring illegal aliens and making a false statement. He was booked into into the Metropolitan Correctional Center and appeared in front of a U.S. Magistrate Judge Wednesday.Upon entering the home, agents found Jose Alfredo Garrido-Morena who was allegedly found in a hidden room.Manzano and his father Marcos Gerardo Manzano, Sr. are charged with violating federal immigration laws, according to a complaint filed in the matter. The investigation was conducted by Customs and Border Protection, the Border Patrol and FBI.Authorities are still looking for Manzano's father. Anyone with information concerning Manzano Sr.’s whereabouts is asked to contact the FBI at 858-565-1255. Sex: Male Race: Hispanic Age: 46 years old Height: 5’8” tall Weight: 190 lbs.Hair: Black Eyes: Hazel


But Manzano is not an aberration. Many employees of the Department of Homeland Security have illegal alien relatives and they are hired anyway. Of course the obvious result is that these employees engage routinely in criminal activity like alien smuggling and drug smuggling. And DHS refuses to take the obvious action, refuse to hire persons who have illegal alien relatives, or whom were once illegal aliens themselves. A cursory look at arrest records for DHS employees and they are overwhelmingly Hispanic. Of course this trend has accelerated in recent years, as the U.S. Border Patrol used to have a policy of not assigning BPAs to the region of the country where they lived, especially along the southern border. It was an anti-corruption prophylactic. But no longer a preventive practice. Similar corruption permiates CBP Officers, the DHS employees who staff Ports-of-Entries. And it has been accelerated by the hiring of large numbers of Hispanics who have lives on both sides of the border. Their loyalties are divided and
many have relatives who are in the U.S. illegally. One would think from a security standpoint that would be a selection factor for a position with the responsiblity to arrest illegal aliens, but it
is not. And corruption on a massive scale will continue so long as we ignore the elephant in the room; Hispanic employees with dual loyalties.

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