La Raza (The Race) Gang Members – Charged with Attempted Murder of 18 Year Old – Montgomery County shooting may have been gang-related attack

laraza

Montgomery County shooting may have been gang-related attack

Eber Umanzor (Courtesy of Montgomery County Police)
By Dan Morse and Victoria St. Martin July 31 at 12:07 PM
The 18-year-old shot along a street in Wheaton, Md., this week appears to have been the target of a gang-related attack, authorities said Thursday morning.

Detectives have charged two suspects — ages 13 and 19 — with attempted murder and other counts, according to court records and police officials. Police said the 13-year-old was the shooter. The female victim survived and has been released from the hospital.

Detectives think the suspects are associated with the “Little R” gang, Capt. Paul Starks, a police spokesman, said Thursday. Detectives believe that gang members thought the victim was divulging information about gang activity to police, according to Starks, and the two suspects conspired to shoot her as an act of retaliation.

Police identified the 19-year-old as Eber Umanzor, of the 3000 block of University Boulevard, Kensington. He was being held without bond Thursday morning.

Police did not release the name of the 13-year-old because he has been charged as a juvenile. He was being detained at a juvenile detention facility in Rockville.

Just before 5:30 a.m. Wednesday, 911 operators “received an open line call with sounds of a female in distress,” police said in a statement. The operators determined the call had come from the area of Plyers Mill Road and Douglas Avenue, which is several blocks south of downtown Wheaton.

Soon after, police learned the 18-year-old was at a nearby emergency room being treated for gunshot wounds.

Detectives determined she and a friend had been swapping texts with the 13-year-old, who was an acquaintance. They all agreed to meet near a store in the Wheaton area. The meeting apparently never took place, and the victim and her friends began walking to one of their homes.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/crime/montgomery-shooting-victim-may-have-been-victim-of-gang-related-attack/2014/07/31/39487f14-18ba-11e4-9e3b-7f2f110c6265_story.html

How can you help in the fight against illegal immigration? Please consider a tax-deductible donation to Help Save Maryland to support our education and outreach activities.

Click the donate button to use a credit card or mail your check to: Help Save Maryland, PO Box 5742, Rockville, MD 20855. Thank you!

Refugee Settlement Watch: Baltimore: Lutheran contractor prays in ritzy neighborhood to demonstrate how Maryland welcomes the illegal children

Baltimore: Lutheran contractor prays in ritzy neighborhood to demonstrate how Maryland welcomes the illegal children

baltimorelutherans

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 31, 2014

Yeah sure…

Linda Hartke, CEO of Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, led a prayer vigil for the “chiiildruunn” in their own swanky back yard—-the Inner Harbor of Baltimore—yesterday. The multi-million dollar federal refugee contractor has its headquarters there.

Gee, why weren’t the “faith leaders” parading and praying through Baltimore’s seedy side?

Gotta keep up their real estate holdings! The Lutheran Center (LIRS headquarters) is a six-story structure constructed in 1999 on property owned by Baltimore’s historic Christ Lutheran Church. The building is located near Baltimore’s Inner Harbor in the historic Federal Hill neighborhood, a charming area rich with history and an eclectic array of eateries and shopping venues.
And, of course, the lazy Associated Press (and other major media) never mention a word that Hartke and crew are being paid from the US Treasury to do their community organizing.

Sorry to our long-time readers who have heard my rant for the umpteenth time.

See Lutherans again with Christian charity claptrap!

We are paying for their public relations campaign! 97% of their funding comes from taxpayers while they pretend that what they do is out of the goodness of their Christian hearts!

Hartke is paid over $200,000 a year to do her prayer vigil march!

Here is their latest phony-baloney public relations ploy. They only had to walk a short distance from their office building (that you help pay for too!).

This is the AP story that we saw in the San Francisco Chronicle (emphasis is mine):

BALTIMORE (AP) — Scores of Baltimore-area religious leaders held an interfaith prayer vigil for unaccompanied children who arrived in Maryland after fleeing violence in their home countries.

Dozens of religious leaders and supporters marched along Baltimore’s Inner Harbor on Wednesday to draw attention to the influx of immigrant children into the United States, and specifically into Maryland and Baltimore. In the first seven months of 2014, 2,205 unaccompanied immigrant children have settled in Maryland. Most of those children have been reunited with family members or placed in the homes of sponsors.

http://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2014/07/31/baltimore-lutheran-contractor-prays-in-ritzy-neighborhood-to-demonstrate-how-maryland-welcomes-the-illegal-children/

How can you help in the fight against illegal immigration? Please consider a tax-deductible donation to Help Save Maryland to support our education and outreach activities.

Click the donate button to use a credit card or mail your check to: Help Save Maryland, PO Box 5742, Rockville, MD 20855. Thank you!

bowtin

Help Save Maryland DIrector, Brad Botwin Interviews With Telemundo – Montgomery County prepares for unaccompanied children

Montgomery County prepares for unaccompanied children

The Montgomery County Council held a hearing to address the issue of unaccompanied children. It is estimated that currently about 25 of these children arrive in the coming days. Council Member Nancy Navarro requested this dialog to determine if the county was ready to house these young people.

Editor Note, Go to article to listen to the video, unable to post. Also, this is the english version translated from the spanish version of the article from Telemundo

See also:

 

The Montgomery County Council held a hearing to address the issue of unaccompanied children. It is estimated that currently about 25 of these children arrive in the coming days.Councilmember Nancy Navarro requested this dialog to determine if the county was ready to house these young people.

“In Montgomery County have a large presence of an American community center that has more than 30 years and therefore it is logical to know that we will have many of these children coming and our need is to respond in a responsible way but also have everything the support they need. ” He said Nancy Navarro Councilwoman Montgomery County

According to county officials in public schools for learning English enrollments have increased by more than 800 students in the last three years and will be increased even more due to immigrants who are coming. But this would cost the county money why organizations like Help Save Maryland disagree with these young people are received in the area.

“What the county needs to do is not be part of this, because this is not really a crisis. Such people should be sent to the countries they are not refugees are illegal, they have to be reunited with their families in their countries of origin. said Brad Botwin Manager Help Save Maryland

Brad Botwin of Help Save Maryland director tells us because he believes that immigrants harm the public school system Montgomery County

“Public schools in Montgomery has at least 100 trailer attached to these schools are extra classrooms because there is much illegal in the county and are over populating our schools.” Said Brad Botwin Manager Help Save Maryland.

The Montgomery County Council is implementing measures for these children but as Councilwoman Nancy Navarro says the federal government support is needed.

“It is also a call to Congress that it acted because of not wanting to pass an immigration reform bill means that many localities have to do something from the humanitarian point for all these children.” Noted Councilmember Nancy Navarro Montgomery County.

With these various measures taken by the council of Montgomery expect support and assistance to unaccompanied children who are coming to the area.

http://www.holaciudad.com/condado-montgomery-se-prepara-recibir-ninos-no-acompanados-n472619

How can you help in the fight against illegal immigration? Please consider a tax-deductible donation to Help Save Maryland to support our education and outreach activities.

Click the donate button to use a credit card or mail your check to: Help Save Maryland, PO Box 5742, Rockville, MD 20855. Thank you!

Annapolis-Statehouse

Potomac Tea Party Report – A report that Republican candidates would do well to heed

A report that Republican candidates would do well to heed

Editor’s note:  This is cross-posted from Refugee Resettlement Watch, which has been keeping me busy for months!  And, where the ‘unaccompanied alien children’ border surge has made July 2014, RRW’s top month (in terms of readership) since its launch in 2007.

Back in February, the Eagle Forum produced a report that could serve as a blueprint for any Republican running for office about howcampaigning on the issue of  reducing immigration numbers (yes, even LEGAL immigration) is a winner.

And, it isn’t just about winning the election, but saving the Republic.

The report went largely unnoticed by the establishmentRepublican Party (they probably actually panned it, but I haven’t the time to search).

In fact, the hardcore establishment Republicans are largely influenced by the likes ofGrover Norquist and his ilk (here and herewho are in the business of promoting the idea of needing laborers (cheap labor) for their big business clients.  It is about the almighty dollar for many of the so-called leaders of the Republican Party.  (The Democrats too, it’s just that they have that humanitarian white hat firmly planted on their heads and they have another interest as well—reliably leftwing voters***.)

http://potomacteapartyreport.wordpress.com/2014/07/30/a-report-that-republican-candidates-would-do-well-to-heed/

How can you help in the fight against illegal immigration? Please consider a tax-deductible donation to Help Save Maryland to support our education and outreach activities.

Click the donate button to use a credit card or mail your check to: Help Save Maryland, PO Box 5742, Rockville, MD 20855. Thank you!

Help Save Maryland Director Interview With WTOP Yesterday – More than 100 unaccompanied minors enrolled in Montgomery County schools

More than 100 unaccompanied minors enrolled in Montgomery County schools

Wednesday – 7/30/2014, 4:43am  ET

If you can, here is how to contact the author and leave your comments:  WTOP’s Kate Ryan contributed to this report. Follow @WTOP on Twitter and WTOP on Facebook.

WASHINGTON — Kids and teenagers who have crossed illegally into the United States on their own have been coming to Maryland and Montgomery County steadily over the last year. And in a briefing before the Montgomery County Council, school officials explained that a total of 107 unaccompanied minors, most of them of high school age, were enrolled in Montgomery County schools.

So what does next year look like?

“You know, we’re waiting to hear at this point; we don’t know what the numbers will be for the next school year,” Montgomery County Public Schools’ Spokesman Dana Tofig said after the briefing.

He added that the school system is preparing to help new arrivals address a host of issues.

“These kids are going to have a lot of services that they need,” Tofig said, adding that they include services that will deal with social and emotional needs of kids who may have suffered abuse or been targets of human trafficking.

After Carroll County officials rejected a plan to house unaccompanied minors in their community, Gov. Martin O’Malley made it clear that his approach to housing children and teens who’ve crossed into the U.S. would focus on a plan to work with state and local agencies as well as non-profits, to house the kids in foster care.

But would there still be the need for a federal facility to hold the minors until their asylum status was clear or until placement could be made? Director of Montgomery County Health and Human Services Uma Ahluwalia told WTOP Tuesday that “there is no identified center in Montgomery County.”

County Council member Nancy Navarro called for Tuesday’s briefing, saying it was important for county governments to know what obligations they may be facing as the U.S. deals with the influx of up to 60,000 unaccompanied minors at the Mexican border. Most of the immigrants have come from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras. Many don’t speak Spanish, but a Mayan language: Mam.

Council member George Leventhal asked about plans to assist the children and teens who’ve come to Montgomery County, adding, “I just want to say that I’ve only heard from constituents that want to help.”

Council member Cherri Branson, who is winding up her term, prodded officials who had mentioned there was information on a website on ways people could assist.

“Come on now; don’t make it hard! Just give up the number; how can they contact you?”

But not everyone is so eager to devote state and county resources to people — even children — who have come to the country illegally. Council President Craig Rice said during the briefing that he was hearing messages from some constituents via Twitter objecting to spending taxpayer dollars to meet the needs of unaccompanied minors.

Executive director of the group Help Save Maryland, Brad Botwin, also says he has issues with the way state and county officials are dealing with the influx of immigrants.

“To find out yesterday that they have over 100 so-called unaccompanied minors already in the public school system was kind of a shock to those of us who follow this issue,” he said.

Botwin argues that the county school system is already dealing with crowding, and adding students with greater needs — social and emotional as well as educational — puts too much of a strain on the county.

“There are other ways to handle this issue — we need to repatriate and reunite families back in their home countries,” Botwin said.

O’Malley, who is weighing a bid for president in 2016, has made clear that the latest influx of unaccompanied minors should be treated as refuge-seekers, not illegal immigrants. State and county officials appear to be following his lead.

“Look, we’ve been a humanitarian country for a very long time, and been very welcoming to people that are fleeing areas of violence. That’s kind of the way we’ve evolved as a country,” Rice said.

http://www.wtop.com/52/3672184/More-than-100-unaccompanied-minors-enrolled-in-MCPS

How can you help in the fight against illegal immigration? Please consider a tax-deductible donation to Help Save Maryland to support our education and outreach activities.

Click the donate button to use a credit card or mail your check to: Help Save Maryland, PO Box 5742, Rockville, MD 20855. Thank you!

Related Stories: