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    South Padre Island / Precinct One Corruption & Border Wa

    If you think a border wall is a solution to our illegal immigration problem, then you need to actually spend some time on the border, such as Cameron County, Texas.

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    Border wall????????

    I haven't heard about your so-called "border wall." However, I have heard about border fencing and vehicle barriers. Furthermore, I haven't heard anyone say fencing was the solution! Although I do believe a combination of double-layered fencing (high speed road between layers), stadium lights, sensors, cameras, etc. is a necessary part of the equation. Good quality fencing can help, just ask the Israelis.


    Silly me, I thought it was understood by those paying attention that there is no single "solution" to our illegal alien problem.

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    You are absolutely correct in everything you posted; as a resident of Cameron County, it is obvious to us locals America's first line of defense, the local judiciary and local law enforcement, often sell America out, and collaborate with the cartels to protect the illegal gambling, and or illegal drug and human trafficers--same people, rich and powerful border businessmen.

    When the judges, and or law enforcement, are the legal business and or property owners, through which the border crimes are being conducted, it is difficult for honest law enforcement officers to do their jobs--or even move higher up to more powerful positions of authority--the honest cops are neutralized and the flood gates are opened for illegals and drug trafficing;

    Who do you think owns many of the businesses in resort places like South Padre Island and Port Isabel?

    Who do you think does the work cleaning and cooking in many of the hotels and restraunts? I know many of the above mentioned people--try applying for a blue collar job in Precint One--unless you speak fluent Spanish and are willing to take BELOW minimum wage, you will not get hired because you cannot compete with the thousands of illegals hired by the resort owners;

    Both National Republican and Democrat Party career politicians go to these resorts; do you think they have ever noticed almost all of the service industry speaks NO ENGLISH?

    The richest Americans in the Midwest vacation here and their college kids come here in droves during Spring Break; How can these people not notice something is terribly wrong?

    I went to Bank of America in Brownsville, Texas (in the United States) to wire money for a business payment, the first teller could not help me--SHE DID NOT SPEAK ANY ENGLISH.

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    JP listed as owner of gaming operation: Bennie Ochoa III says public record inaccurate.
    The Brownsville Herald (Brownsville, TX)¬*|¬*January 19, 2006¬*|¬*Copyright

    Byline: Emma Perez-TreviNo
    Jan. 19--Justice of the Peace Bennie Ochoa III is disputing the county record that lists him as an owner of the Pennies from Heaven arcade, a gambling establishment in Port Isabel. "Not me," Ochoa said. "My dad owns it." The judge, whose Precinct 1 includes Port Isabel, said he was the manager for Pennies from Heaven for about two years, also while serving as justice of the peace. He said he does not have any interest in the gaming operation, now. Ochoa said his father, Benito Ochoa, has owned the arcade for a number of years. Several attempts to contact his father for comment were not successful. Questioned Friday about his…

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    Slot machine gambling with cash payouts is illegal in the state of Texas--the gambling places here DO pay out cash and ILLEGAL DRUGS ARE VERY CHEAP and can be procured from almost any taxi cab driver or in almost every bar.

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    ICE:¬*1200 pounds¬*of marijuana found in SUV | pounds, suv, ice¬*...
    Dec 26, 2009¬*...¬*TX.‚ÄĒ Socorro Rodriguez ¬∑ Deputy constable charged with DWI,¬*...¬*PORT ISABEL¬*‚ÄĒ Investigators from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and¬*...¬*holding at least¬*1200 pounds¬*of marijuana, an ICE spokeswoman said.¬*...¬*Investigators found the¬*drugsinside the vehicle, but no passengers, Pruneda said.¬*...
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    ICE:¬*1,200¬*pounds¬*of marijuana found in SUV
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    December 26, 2009 5:00 AM
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    PORT¬*ISABEL¬*‚ÄĒ Investigators from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the Cameron County Sheriff‚Äôs Department were looking for the passengers of a white SUV holding at least¬*1,200¬*pounds¬*of marijuana, an ICE spokeswoman said.

    The SUV was found outside a laundry mat near the intersection of Highway 100 and Island Avenue some time Wednesday night or early Thursday morning, ICE spokeswoman Nina Pruneda said.

    Investigators found the¬*drugs¬*inside the vehicle, but no passengers, Pruneda said.

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    Re: South Padre Island / Precinct One Corruption & Borde

    Quote Originally Posted by SPILive
    If you think a border wall is a solution to our illegal immigration problem, then you need to actually spend some time on the border, such as Cameron County, Texas.
    I have been to Cameron County, Texas many times. the border wall is a joke. There are so many huge holes in the wall anyone who wants can just walk in our out of this country with no effort.

    Quote Originally Posted by SPILive

    Who do you think owns many of the businesses in resort places like South Padre Island and Port Isabel?

    Who do you think does the work cleaning and cooking in many of the hotels and restraunts? I know many of the above mentioned people--try applying for a blue collar job in Precint One--unless you speak fluent Spanish and are willing to take BELOW minimum wage, you will not get hired because you cannot compete with the thousands of illegals hired by the resort owners;
    It is honestly a shame what has happened to this area. My wife and I use to drive to south Padre Island 2-3 times a year. It has literally been taken over by illegals. As a resort, the hotels and restaurants have gone up on prices while the service is gone down the tubes. The beaches have become infested as well. We now avoid going there.
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    JP listed as owner of gaming operation: Bennie Ochoa III says public...
    Brownsville Herald (Brownsville, TX); Thursday, January 19, 2006; 700+ words
    ...that's the decision that was made."¬*Ochoa¬*family members, also in law enforcement, disagree about the facts. Judge¬*Ochoa's brother, Constable¬*Saul¬*P.¬*Ochoa, and cousin,¬*Port¬*Isabel¬*Police Chief Joel¬*Ochoa¬*don't agree on.

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    Letters show strong support for ex-captain: Law officials send judge uniform message about Rodriguez.(Letter to the Editor)
    The Brownsville Herald (Brownsville, TX)¬*|¬*January 01, 2006¬*|¬*Copyright
    Byline: Emma Perez-TreviNo, The Brownsville Herald, Texas
    Jan. 1--Support for former sheriff's captain, Rumaldo Rodriguez is strong in Cameron County's law enforcement divisions. Letters of support from officials --including some once part of former Sheriff Conrado Cantu's scandalized administration --were sent with pleas for leniency for Rodriguez, who was sentenced in December to 14 months in federal prison for racketeering as part of Cantu's criminal enterprise.
    Cantu was sentenced to 24 years and two months after pleading guilty to a federal racketeering¬*

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    Letters show strong support for ex-captain: Law officials send judge...
    Brownsville Herald (Brownsville, TX); Sunday, January 01, 2006; 700+ words
    ...exceeded resistance." Pct. 1 Constable¬*Saul¬*P.¬*Ochoa¬*also penned a letter on behalf of Rodriguez...Ochoa¬*has known Rodriguez since 1986 when¬*Ochoa¬*served with the¬*Port¬*Isabel¬*Police Department.¬*Ochoa¬*was also an investigator with the sheriff..

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