3 Anne Arundel Murders Tied To Gangs, Police Beg For Tips

H/T WCBM 680 Radio

MILLERSVILLE, MD — Anne Arundel County authorities held a press conference Friday afternoon to say that three deaths are murders linked to gang activity, and to ask the public to share tips that can lead to arrests. Multiple suspects have been arrested in the deaths, Chief Timothy Altomare said, although the suspects’ names, the location of where bodies were found and other information has yet to be released.

Lt. Ryan Frashure said that the department couldn’t release more information, for fear that more people could be hurt or killed.

Altomare asked residents to come forward with any information they may have on the deaths, and about gang activity in the county in general. The victims were killed in homicides, and multiple suspects have been arrested. The county department has received help from federal, state and local agencies around the clock, especially the Maryland State Police.

“I’m asking the citizens of Anne Arundel County from the bottom of my heart today, that if you’re in fear, if you think a gang wants to hurt you, I’m begging you to come and talk to us,” Altomare said. “Your lives matter to us, it’s our job to keep you safe, we take it seriously. And we will move heaven and earth to get you the help you need if you need help to stay safe.”

Anyone with tips to share can call police at the gang tipline, 410-222-4700 or 410-222-4117 if anyone has heard rumors, or might have a piece of the puzzle that can help police make arrests, the chief said.


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DOJ Files Lawsuit Accusing Company of Discriminating Against American Workers

Sessions: ‘Where there is a job available, U.S. workers should have a chance at it before we bring in workers from abroad’


The Department of Justice has filed a lawsuit accusing an agricultural company of discrimination for refusing to hire American citizens for seasonal positions.

John G. Gore, acting assistant attorney general in the Civil Rights Division, filed the lawsuit on Thursday. The lawsuit claims Crop Production Services Inc., a company based in Loveland, Colo., violated the Immigration and Nationality Act.

The complaint states that Crop Production Services discriminated against three Americans, Ramiro Torres, Ramiro Salinas, and Javier Salinas, “based on their citizenship status.”

The DOJ argues the company put these individuals through a more rigorous hiring and vetting process and denied them jobs as seasonal workers at a rice breeding facility in El Campo, Texas. The company instead filled all its positions with “H-2A visa holders from Mexico.”

“In the spirit of President Trump’s Executive Order on Buy American and Hire American, the Department of Justice will not tolerate employers who discriminate against U.S. workers because of a desire to hire temporary foreign visa holders,” Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a statementannouncing the lawsuit. “The Justice Department will enforce the Immigration and Nationality Act in order to protect U.S. workers as they are the very backbone of our communities and our economy.”

“Where there is a job available, U.S. workers should have a chance at it before we bring in workers from abroad,” Sessions said.


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This Is Grand – Casa De Maryland, Along With Others Suing Trump Over Ending DACA – Advocacy groups file lawsuit over DACA in Maryland

Commentary:  When will these fools understand, that, what Obama did was unconstitutional?  You can not write your own laws as President.  Corrupt organization, Casa grasping at straws.  Apparently, Nick Katz and the rest of the Casa Communist Party did not pass the class on Constitutional Laws in the United States. We need to shut them down. 

CASA de Maryland, along with eight other groups and more than a dozen individuals, filed suit in a Maryland federal court against President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions, in addition to four government agencies – U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and U.S. Customs and Border Protection – and their department heads.

The lawsuit argues that the termination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program didn’t follow the necessary procedures, and is discriminatory against Mexicans and Central Americans. It also says the decision violates the Fifth Amendment because the administration is walking back a guarantee that sensitive information provided on DACA applications won’t be used for enforcement purposes.

CASA Senior Manager of Legal Services Nick Katz said roughly 2,500 DACA recipients who have worked with CASA could be at risk of enforcement as a result. He added that the DACA application form asks for a volume of sensitive information, and the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services made a commitment during President Obama’s administration to not share the information with its immigration enforcement arm. But advocates are concerned that the Trump administration will renege on that promise.

The administration’s memorandum “provides no assurance to Dreamers, or direction to (government agencies) that information contained in DACA applications or renewal requests cannot be used for the purpose of future immigration enforcement proceedings,” the lawsuit says.

A spokesman from the Department of Homeland Security said the agency does not comment on pending litigation.


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Maryland Criminal Aliens – Murder, Rape, Assaults – MS13, Gang Violence – Time Line Of Events – Massive Collusion Between Former Governor Martin O’Malley And Casa De Maryland – MoCo County and County Exec – Shrouds Of Secrecy Expose’

Commentary:  Hat tip to Daniel McHugh from Montgomery County Young Republicans for this indepth time line of events, supporters, Casa De Maryland, Martin O’Malley, County Council, complicity by the County Exec, Ike Leggett and lack of leadership from the Sheriff of Montgomery County, Tom Manger and much more.  Please go through the events and read the stories.  Patrick Lacefield must be blind to even think that MoCo is not a Sanctuary Haven for Criminal Aliens.  Don’t forget this about the “Militant”, Casa Director, Gustavo Torres, who also supported a communist regime in Cuba and Dead Venezuelan Leader, Hugo Chavez who donated to Casa.

Casa De Maryland operates out of Pennsylvania, Virginia and Maryland and their tentacles reach into Maryland’s Statehouse, to the Maryland AG and into Congress.   


Gustavo Torres, Director, Casa De Maryland “Militant”, his story:

Radical and Racist, Director, Gustavo Torres


“It is longstanding County policy that County police do not enforce federal immigration law. Neither will they inquire about immigration status when individuals are stopped nor target individuals based on their ethnicity, race, or religious beliefs.”


Leggett said the political leaders in Montgomery County wanted to send a message to illegal immigrants to not live in fear of the county government.

“Montgomery County does not support the policy of the federal government that this is a real concern nationally,” said Leggett. “But locally, we’re not going to enforce ICE’s mandates and we would hope that people understand that.”

“The policy now is what it has been for years — we are not involving ourselves in immigration enforcement and those types of activities — and we will not be changing this,” “said Montgomery County Police Capt. Paul Starks.


How have pro-illegal immigration policies affected Maryland and Montgomery County?

In 2010 Then Governor Martin O’Malley rolled the red carpet when he called the illegal immigrants the new Americans.


Then in 2012 along with his pals at CASA Owemalley got the dream act passed that gives illegals in-state college tuition.


Then in 2013 Marty Mctax along with his pals at Casa again Signed a law that gives illegals drivers licenses.


Then in 2014 Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett – County Executive and the Montgomery County MD Council put in a policy that Montgomery County, by and large, does not comply w ice detainers.


What results have these policies and laws had on the taxpayers of Montgomery County?

Taxes: In 2016 Montgomery County increased our property taxes by 8.7% and a 30% Increase in the recordation tax both increases for the schools.



Public Safety: Since the 2014 Ice Detainer Policy put forth by the county

Ms 13 Violence recruitment and activity has increased.


Homicides doubled from 2014 – 2016 in Montgomery County.


And Gang-related murders have increased in Montgomery County.


Education: MCPS has had a demographic shift where the student population is now 30% Hispanic 29% white as of October of 2016.


Which has led to Montgomery County Public Schools lowering the bar on education getting rid of final exams in high school and implementing a new grading system to make it easier to pass.



So pro-illegal immigrant policies have had negative results on Taxes, Public Safety, and our Education System here in Montgomery County.


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