The domestic invasion of the US has caused more casualties than the war in Afghanistan.
Are US citizens just collateral damage to the big picture of the socialist transformation of this country or does it show the disregard for the lives of of citizens by the government that refuses to close the border and deport these murders as the law requires or just give them "More".

here is the outrage?

Thanks to an open border, these officers will never see another Father's Day

JUNE 16, 2013


HPD Officer Rodney Johnson, killed by an illegal alien

On Father’s Day, most of us reflect on good times spent with our dads, and many of us enjoy the day with our own children. However, for some, this day evokes the painful memory that their father or son who protected their community was killed by someone who should have never been in this country.

In short, these were deaths that would not have occurred if our federal government took seriously the defense our borders.

Please take a moment to remember these fallen police officers:

-Officer Rodney Johnson, Houston Police Department
-On Sept. 21, 2006, Officer Rodney Johnson was shot and killed while making a routine traffic stop. The man that murdered him had been deported back to Mexico seven years earlier. However, due to the federal government’s refusal to defend the Mexican border, this human predator easily re-entered the United States, eventually killing Johnson.
Officer Johnson stopped a commercial vehicle traveling 20 miles over the posted speed limit. The truck was driven by Mexican national Juan Leonardo Quintero. A co-worker and Quintero's two step-daughters were also in the vehicle.
When Quintero was unable to provide any form of identification, Officer Johnson handcuffed him and placed him in the backseat of his patrol car. Once the officer was once again seated behind the wheel, Quintero, removed the 9mm handgun concealed in his waistband and began firing at Johnson through the plastic shield separating the front and back seats. Johnson was shot in the head five times. He was pronounced dead shortly after being taken to a local hospital.
40 year old Officer Rodney Johnson was a 12 year veteran of the Houston Police Department and a U.S. Army veteran. While serving on the HPD, Officer Johnson received two Lifesaving Awards.
He left behind his wife Joslyn (also a police officer) and five children.
In 2006, Clara Rodriguez, who lived in the neighborhood where Johnson patrolled had this to say about the murdered officer: "He was just so very nice. He was not ever mean. It just breaks my heart. I feel so very bad for his wife. He got up and went to work this morning, and this is what happened. This is what happened to one of the people who protects us, who truly took care of us."
Juan Leonardo Quintero had prior arrests in Houston. He is a convicted child molester and DWI offender, and was deported to Mexico by U.S. immigration officials in 1999. He had been working for a Houston area landscaping company and despite the DWI conviction, was driving a company vehicle at the time Officer Johnson stopped him.
On May 20, 2008, a Houston jury sentenced Quintero to spend the rest of his life in prison.

-Officer Kevin Will, Houston Police Department
On May 29, 2011, Houston police arrested Johoan Rodriguez, 26, after he allegedly drove his car past a road block on the 610 North Loop, striking and killing Officer Kevin Will.
Officer Will was investigating a hit-and-run accident when he was struck by Rodriguez’ Volkswagen Bug. Though the officer could not get out of the way in time, he did manage to warn a citizen of the speeding vehicle.
The officer’s body was dragged for some distance along the highway at estimated speeds around 80 mph.
According to police, the illegal alien had .3 grams of cocaine in his pocket at the time of his arrest. He also had a blood alcohol level of .238.
Rodriguez is a member of the notoriously violent street gang known as MS-13 and has been twice deported.
The illegal alien is charged with intoxication manslaughter, evading arrest and drug possession.
38-year-old Officer Kevin Will leaves behind a wife and their two children, ages 6 and 10. At the time of his death, his wife was also six months pregnant.

-Deputy Loren Lily, Cobb County Sheriff’s Department
On Dec. 31, 2006, illegal alien Joel Camacho Perea drove into Dep. Lily’s path on Powder springs Rd., hitting and killing him. Perea then fled the scene and was later captured and charged with hit-and-run and vehicular homicide.
Dep. Lily, 41 who was an 18 year veteran of the Cobb County Sheriff’s Dept. had only been married to his wife Jamie for four months when he was killed. He left behind his wife and two godchildren.

-Deputy Brian Tephord, Broward County Sheriff’s Department
On Nov. 12, 2006, Deputy Tephord made a routine traffic stop, while sitting in his patrol car, running the suspects’ information when Bahamian nationals Andre Delancey and Bernard Forbes opened fire on him. Tehord was taken to the hospital, where he died an hour later.
Delancey was arrested in 2004 on gun charges and should have been deported, but was allowed to remain in the U.S.
Deputy Tephord, 34 left behind a wife and three young children.

-Officer Daryl Raetz, Phoenix Police Department
On May 19, 2013, police in Phoenix arrested Jesus Cabrera Molina, 24, after he reportedly hit and killed Raetz as he was conducting a DUI traffic stop.
Officer Raetz, 29, had been with the Phoenix Police Department for six years, and was a veteran of the Iraq War. He leaves behind a wife and one child.

-Officer Tony Zeppetella, Oceanside Police Department
On June 13, 2003, previously deported gang member Adrian Camacho shot Officer Zeppetella 13 times during a routine traffic stop. Camacho received the death penalty for the murder.
Officer Zeppetella, 27 had been on the job for only one year when he was killed, and left behind a wife and a 6-month-old son.

-Deputy David March, Los Angeles Sheriff's Department
On April 29, 2002, Deputy March was shot to death by Armondo Garcia, whose friends later said he told them that he wanted to kill a police officer.
Garcia saw Deputy March on patrol one evening, pulled over and waited for him to drive past him. As soon as March began to pass, Garcia opened fire. The Mexican national quickly fled back across the border.
For four years, the government of Mexico refused to apprehend or extradite Garcia.
In February 2006, U.S. Customs officers arrested Garcia in Mexico. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to life in prison.
Deputy March, 33, served with the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department for seven years and left behind a wife and stepdaughter.

-Detective Donald Young, Denver Police Department
On May 8, 2005, Det. Young was working at an event hall when he was shot to death in an unprovoked attack by Raul Garcia-Gomez.
The Mexican national had already been arrested three times when he murdered Det. Young, but because of Denver’s ‘sanctuary policy’ he was never reported to Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Garcia-Gomez actually worked in a restaurant owned by Denver Mayor Hickenlooper, who has been a longtime champion of sanctuary policies.
Det, Young, 43 left behind a wife and three children.

-U.S. Park Ranger Kris Eggle
On August 9, 2002, Ranger Eggle was killed by Mexican drug dealers while on duty in Arizona's Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument Park. Eggle was attempting to apprehend two smugglers, after being notified by Mexican authorities that the two had crossed the border and were headed into the park.
One of the drug dealers opened fire on Ranger Eggle with an AK-47. He died before a medivac helicopter arrived on the scene. Mexican police officers shot and killed Eggle's murderer.
U.S. Park Ranger Eggle, 27, left behind his grieving parents and his sister (also a U.S. Park Ranger).

-Deputy Brandy Lyn Winfield, Marion County Sheriff’s Department
On October 14, 2004, Deputy Winfield was called to investigate a disabled vehicle, and had stopped to talk to two men on the side of the road. One of the men, Juan Carlos Cruz shot and killed him. Cruz who pleaded guilty to the murder has never expressed any remorse for his actions.
Deputy Winfield, 29 left behind a wife and two children.

-Officer Gregory Bailey, California Highway Patrol
On Feb. 25, 2006, while performing a routine traffic stop, Domingo Esqueda hit and killed Officer Bailey. Esqueda’s BAC was three times the legal limit.
Officer Bailey, 36 was also a member of the California National Guard and had just returned from Iraq when he was killed. He left behind a wife and four children.

-Officer Vincent Owen D’Anna, Flint Police Department
On Aug. 29, 2007, drunk-driving Mexican national Ramon Felix Pineda hit Officer D’Anna who was riding his motorcycle off-duty. Pineda actually dragged Officer D’Anna who was pinned under his car for some distance. Pineda jumped from his car and fled on foot, until he was apprehended by a citizen.
It was discovered that Pineda had been living in the U.S. for ten years.
Officer D’Anna was 26-years-old.

-Officer Nick Erfle, Phoenix Police Department
On Sept. 18, 2007, Officer Erfle stopped a group of men who were obstructing traffic, one of the men, Mexican national Erik Martinez then shot and killed him. Martinez had been deported in 2006 for theft charges, but was able to easily re-enter the U.S.
Officer Erfle, 33 left behind a wife and two children.

-Officer Gary Gryder, Houston Police Department
On June 29, 2008, Officer Gryder was working traffic control when drunken Vietnamese national Hing Trong crashed through a construction barrier and ran him over. Officer Gryder was taken to the hospital where he later died of his injuries.
Several witnesses claimed that when Trong was laughing as he was taken into custody.
Officer Gryder was a 23-year veteran of the Houston Police Dept., and left behind a wife and three children.

-Officer Andrew Widman, Fort Myers Police Department
On July 18, 2008, Officer Widman responded to a domestic disturbance call at a local convenience store, when Cuban national Abel Arango turned on Officer Widman and shot him to death.
Arango was then shot and killed by other officers. He was actually ordered deported in 2000.
Officer Widman, 30 left behind a wife and three children.

-Officer Shane Figueroa, Phoenix Police Department
Officer Figueroa was responding to a “shots fired” call when his patrol car was hit by a pick-up truck driven by Mexican national Salvador Vivas-Diaz, who was drunk at the time. Vivas-Diaz had a history of DUI arrests and had been previously deported.
Officer Figueroa, 25 left behind a wife and a 3-month-old baby.

-Officer Marc Atkinson, Phoenix Police Department
On March 26, 1999, Officer Atkinson, 28, was shot and killed by illegal alien Felipe Petrona-Cabana. Officer Anderson was ambushed by Cabana while on routine patrol.
Cabana was traveling with two other illegal aliens and carrying a pound of cocaine. An armed citizen named Rory Vertigan witnessed the shooting and helped capture the outlaws.
Officer Atkinson served on the Phoenix Police Department for five years. He left behind a wife and an infant son.

These men who were fathers and sons will never celebrate another Father’s Day, nor never again hold their children.
Please join me in taking the time to send this article to your Congressman and Senators and demand that they summon-up the courage and decency to protect those who protect us.