Monday, April 09, 2007

Georgia leads the country in immigration reform…but is it enough?

Cross posted from Georgia Crime Watch

I may have been a little too optimistic last week. Look what I found on my way to an Easter gathering yesterday:

Gainesville, GA April 2007

Gainesville, GA April 2007

18th st. = The 18th Street Gang

WS = West Side (West Coast)

213 = Los Angeles, CA area code

I wonder if I should bake our ‘newcomers’ a pie and welcome them to the neighborhood?

Nah…i’ll just e-mail these pictures to the Gang Unit instead.

Interestingly enough, our beloved 18th streeters have a Public Service Announcement for us:

Even Gangbangers know that doing drugs is stupid. They choose to sell it to dumb Gringos instead…

So, what is the connection between illegal aliens and gangs? In an Anti-gang study conducted by the LAPD and the INS; the following statistics were found:

Out of 124 cases

Warrants and other documents served: 62 or 50% were illegal aliens.

106 or 85% were in the United States illegally.

64 or 52% belonged to a gang.

85 or 68% had a prior felony conviction.

NOW do you see why so many of us are angry?

Close the borders. Reform immigration. Deport illegal aliens.

Exclusive: You Can Help Control Flood of Illegal Aliens: Take These Action Steps


Ga. residents soon will need to prove citizenship

Come this summer, Georgia residents will need to carry a passport, an original birth certificate or other papers proving their U.S. citizenship accompanied by a state photo ID to get most public benefits from the state like food stamps, Medicaid, assistance for paying heating or cooling costs.

Ga. residents soon will need to prove citizenship for food stamps

On Easter Sunday, this church also rises: Fairview Baptist holds worship in repaired sanctuary

Almost one month ago, a 16-year-old boy broke into the Travis Drive church and flooded the bathrooms, discharged a fire extinguisher on the church pews and carpet and smeared [GANG]graffiti on the walls, according to authorities.


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