Loughner history with Law Enforcement /Mental Health system is becoming muddled

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by James Kelley

Loughner history with Law Enforcement/Mental Health system is becoming muddled

with 24 comments

Since my last post concerning Jared Loughner and his past encounters with law enforcement, it appears  that many people want and demand that my source for the information I posted be disclosed.

First and foremost, I struggled with ever writing the post I wrote. I had to source the puzzle pieces and vet the information with people who assured me they had first hand information regarding Jared Loughner. I wanted documentation. Unfortunately the mere possesion of the documentation would be a violation of HIPPA laws and the track back would be detrimental to the livelyhoods and lives of the people involved.

Anyone in Law Enforcement or Mental Health in Pima County that ever had contact with Mr. Loughner is now in bunker mode. Everyone is afraid of lawsuits down the road. They are evaluating their behavior and checking to make sure they followed all rules governing the care of Jared Loughner.

Lawfully some of the people that had knowledge of Mr Loughner could never come forward without subpoena by a lawful authority. Others are just too afraid.

It is my sincere hope that transparency in the investigation will prevail. We are dealing with very big issues that will affect the prosecution and defense of Loughner.

That is the only thing that should be of concern to law enforcement at the moment.

Taliban tapping British troops’ mobiles to taunt soldiers’ families

Taliban tapping British troops’ mobiles to taunt soldiers’ families

“Keep up the dawah and the psychological warfare,” an Islamic jihadist in the U.S. Navy was told by one of his handlers a few years back. The jihadists know well the value of psychological warfare — they know this is a way they can destroy their enemies, and they don’t hesitate.

By Matthew Hickley for the Daily Mail (thanks to Jeffrey Imm):

Taliban fanatics have been making “hate calls” to the UK homes and relatives of soldiers serving in Afghanistan.Senior commanders believe they get the numbers either by monitoring troops’ mobile phone calls or from staff at Afghan phone companies.

The wife of one RAF officer was told: “You’ll never see your husband alive – we have just killed him.”

It was some hours before officials could confirm that her husband was still safe and well. All troops serving in southern Afghanistan have now been banned from carrying mobile phones.

Soldiers in Iraq can keep their phones but have been warned to keep their use to a minimum.

A senior Army source said the use of mobile phones by troops presented “a huge security problem”.

It was feared the Taliban had access to both telephone numbers and the content of conversations.

Pro-Taliban Militants Seize Pakistan Mosque

The Taliban toys with South Korean Christian hostages’ lives Update: 1:30pm Eastern…Second hostage reportedly killed…World yawns…Taliban will kill more…

Taliban hostage deadline looms: South Korean Christians face death

Taliban Hostage Development: Give Us 23 Taliban For 23 Koreans

Taliban Hostage Development: Give Us 23 Taliban For 23 Koreans

Koreans carry on traditional leftist impotent and ineffective reponse to an attack: candles, not confrontation.

KANDAHAR, Afghanistan (AP) – A purported Taliban spokesman claimed Saturday that the hard-line militia had killed two German and five Afghan hostages but the Afghan government partly denied that, saying one German had died of a heart attack and the other was still alive.

Qari Yousuf Ahmadi, who claims to speak for the Taliban, also said the militants were willing to release 23 South Korean hostages in exchange for imprisoned Taliban fighters. He said the Afghan and South Korean governments had until Sunday evening to agree to the exchange of 23 Taliban militants or the Korean hostages would be killed.

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Taliban in Afghanistan taking hostages and killing them, and other world news

China arming terrorists New intelligence reveals China is covertly supplying large quantities of small arms and weapons to insurgents in Iraq and the Taliban militia in Afghanistan, through Iran.

Arizona Lawmaker Working with Mexican Drug Dealers and Coyotes

Arizona Lawmaker Working with Mexican Drug Dealers and Coyotes

by Sher Zieve


Arizona Congressional Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ), a former Green Party member, has proposed a law that would stop US citizens from protecting their property and lives from illegal aliens who cross the US-Mexico border. Although directed at the citizen organization The Minutemen Civil Defense Corps, Sinema’s proposed HB2286 states that “domestic terrorism” shall include: “An individual or group of individuals commits domestic terrorism if the individual or group of individuals are not affiliated with a local, state or federal law enforcement entity and associate with another individual or group of individuals as an organization, group, corporation or company for the purpose of patrolling to detect alleged illegal activity or to individually patrol for the purpose of detecting alleged illegal activity and if the individual or group of individuals is armed with a firearm or other weapon.”

As her proposal includes all “individuals”, those US citizens attempting to protect their properties and families from the illegal hordes (which comprise both drug dealers and other illegal aliens) would be tried in a court of law and sentenced to jail time. The legislation further states: “If the court sentences the defendant [US citizen] to a term of probation, the court shall order that as an initial condition of probation the defendant be imprisoned in the county jail for a period of not less than six months. This jail term of incarceration shall not be deferred, deleted or otherwise suspended and shall commence on the date of sentencing. This subsection does not apply to persons who are sentenced to serve a period of incarceration in the state department of corrections.” If passed, this will be a Class 5 felony. No statutes against the drug dealers and illegals have been proposed by Sinema. With the recent decision by our liberal courts against US Border Patrol Agents Jose Compean and Ignacio Ramos, and the granting of immunity to Mexican drug dealer Osvaldo Aldrete Davila for his testimony against the agents, common sense and the law have finally and perhaps inexorably been turned upside-down. The US Border Patrol Agents are in jail for doing their jobs and a drug dealer is still free to practice his trade. Does this make any sense, common or otherwise, at all?

What Sinema is effectively saying is that she supports illegal immigrants over legal US citizens. And what she has effectively done is sided with Mexican drug dealers and illegals (including terrorists) crossing our border. For some time, Sinema has been trying to shut down the Minutemen citizens’ organization and calls them “scary.” Apparently, however, she doesn’t view either drug smugglers or those crossing illegally in the millions across our border that way. And, should this bill be passed, US citizens will no longer be allowed to advise the US Border Patrol of illegal border crossings—leaving the border less protected than it already is. The Minutemen have helped—not hindered. With the New Leftist Democrat Congress in control, I have no doubt that this new suppression of rights will spread to other states—and soon.

Responding to Sinema’s proposed bill, Minutemen leader Chris Simcox said: “Her bill would render all neighborhood watch groups illegal, as well as the Guardian Angels. And anyone who is not sponsored or sanctioned by a law enforcement agency would be deemed to be illegal.” Note: This, of course, includes ALL US citizens.

With the plethora of new anti-free speech legislations proposed by Democrats, we have been sternly warned. Chillingly, Stalinism has been resurrected and is alive and well in the United States of America.







Sher Zieve is a staff writer for the New Media Alliance, Inc. The New Media Alliance is a non-profit (501c3) national coalition of writers, journalists and grass-roots media outlets.

Pilot Program Will Certify That No Illegals Work Here

Pilot Program Will Certify That No Illegals Work Here
By Randy Hall
CNSNews.com Staff Writer/Editor
January 09, 2007

(CNSNews.com) – An immigration reform group planned to launch a new program in Phoenix, Ariz., on Tuesday to certify that businesses are voluntarily complying with laws against employing illegal aliens. If the effort is successful, it could spread nationwide, the group said.

“Americans understand that businesses that hire illegal aliens are at the root of this nation’s illegal immigration crisis,” said Dan Stein, president of the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), in a statement announcing the launch of the “FAIR Approved” program.

Stein said the pilot effort is aimed at giving consumers a choice.

“In much the same way that millions of concerned citizens will go out of their way — and even spend a little bit more — to buy products that protect the environment, we believe law-abiding citizens will make the effort to support businesses in their communities that refuse to hire illegal aliens,” he said.

“The FAIR Approved program will monitor participating businesses and certify that they are complying with laws against hiring illegal aliens, allowing consumers to support businesses that are truly supporting the community and their own values,” Stein added.

Susan Tully, national field director for FAIR, said the program will allow participating employers to display a sign that reads: “I am FAIR approved. We verify work status. Only authorized U.S. workers here.”

“We’re going to have people go door to door to the businesses that they do business with, asking them to voluntarily sign up for this program and sign up with the federal government to verify all of their employees’ Social Security numbers — and do this on a regular basis,” Tully told Agape Press.

FAIR is launching the new effort in cooperation with business leaders in the Phoenix area.

“We in the business community see FAIR Approved as a win-win proposition,” said one of them, Rusty Childress. “As businesspeople, we are obviously interested in making a profit, but as members of this community, we recognize that we have a responsibility to our employees and our customers.

“I encourage other businesspeople in this area to become part of an effort that will be both profitable and civically responsible,” Childress stated. “I believe that the vast majority of business owners want to do the right thing.

“FAIR Approved is an innovative way for them to become part of the solution to the problem of mass illegal immigration, while at the same time attracting new customers who appreciate businesses that offer opportunities to American workers,” he noted.

However, Brent Wilkes, national executive director of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), told Cybercast News Service on Monday that he was “concerned” about the project for a number of reasons.

“On the one hand, doing business with employers that obey the law is not a bad idea, but it should be all the laws, not just one,” Wilkes said.

“Why don’t they ask if they comply with all the other laws, too, like paying their taxes, minimum wage, workmen’s comp and a whole host of other important laws that impact American citizens much more than immigration?” he asked.

“We’re not for employers hiring illegal workers,” Wilkes stated, but he wondered if the program might be used “as a way to discriminate against people. It sounds like they’re creating a ‘whites only’ atmosphere.”

The LULAC official also questioned the involvement of Childress, who helped promote Proposition 200, an Arizona referendum approved in 2004 that requires individuals to produce proof of citizenship before they may register to vote or apply for public benefits.

Wilkes also referred to Childress as “a colorful fellow” who has been involved with “pretty crazy folks” such as those at the Minuteman project, which LULAC has accused of being “racists” and “cowards.”

Nevertheless, Tully stated that FAIR hopes to try out the program in other cities, such as Tulsa, Okla., Dallas, Tex., and even Hazleton, Pa., which passed an ordinance that imposes penalties on employers who hire illegal aliens and landlords who provide housing for them. “And the ACLU, of course, has tied this up in court,” she said.

Stein added that the federal and state governments must share the blame for the illegal immigration situation the new program was created to address.
/ulnone “The problem has been that the government has refused to enforce laws against employers who undermine American workers by hiring illegal aliens, so most consumers have no idea if the businesses they are patronizing are contributing to the problem,” the FAIR president stated.