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Photo marinelink.com The U.S. Coast Guard is happy with the performance of the new RB-SII fast boats. The boats were upgraded from older Defender-class RB-S inflatables. The costs of replacing radios instead of repairing them made the new boats more practical. The radios have to be replaced because they are so old parts to repair [...]
EL PASO, Texas —Special agents with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) say they are looking for victims of a bogus document scheme. Since the “victims” they seek are undocumented immigrants, not many people are likely to come forth for help. ICE wants to talk to anyone who bought [...]
David J. Stevens a/k/a John Doe David J. Stevens is the alleged child pornographer for which Homeland Security (HSI) put out a nation-wide search this week. Less than 24 hours later, a tip came in. HSI has what they say is their man. According to an Immigration and Customs Enforcement press release, Stevens was [...]
Alleged Perpetrator of Child Porn Meet John Doe ICE PHOTO On May 3rd, the Danish National Police discovered videos made by a child pornographer. The videos were time stamped April 14th and 27th. Evidence suggested the perpetrator was U.S. based and likely to be found in the U.S. The case was referred to Immigration [...]
Action Dream Team In Washington State, immigrant youth are excited about the possibility of a state dream act during a special session of the legislature. Although being called the “Dream Act”, the state version of the proposed version of the federal Dream Act has nothing to do with granting citizenship to young residents. Rather, [...]
PLEASE TAKE A HARD LOOK A Child Aged 7 to 9 Is At Risk If you recognize the person in this photo, or the surroundings, please take IMMEDIATE ACTION. These photos were pulled from a pornographic video presumably depicting an adult male having sex with the youth. The Department of Homeland Security seeks [...]
Inocente o Cupable? Innocent or Guilty? Border agent, Luis Fonseca, was found NOT guilty by a jury in his trial for abusing an undocumented immigrant. Adolfo Cejas Escobar accused Fonseca of choking him, kneeing him and kicking him while at the Imperial Beach Border Patrol Office. Fonseca claims [...]
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“There is a lot of talent in the market today,” said radio show host Tim Paynter. ”I enjoy working with local groups to help promote them and to hear what they have to play.” The group Super Suave has been around the block a few times. Nearly 9 years ago, the group formed when base [...]
The U.S. Coast Guard is happy with the performance of the new RB-SII fast boats. The boats were upgraded from older Defender-class RB-S inflatables. The costs of replacing radios instead of repairing them made the new boats more practical. The radios have to be replaced because they are so old parts to repair the radios are not available.
The new RB-SII inflatable is slightly longer than the older boats. Crew comfort as a way to reduce fatigue was designed into their systems. The cabins have improved visibility, which on the ocean is a critical issue.
The RB-SII will be one of the largest boat purchases of it’s kind. The Service has already accepted delivery of 38 RB-SII’s. The locations to benefit from the new purchase include the Coast Guard Special Mission Training Center aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Coast Guard Training Center Yorktown, Va., Sector Baltimore, Md., Sector New Orleans, Sector Los Angeles/Long Beach, Group Humboldt Bay, Calif., Group North Bend, Ore., Sector St. Petersburg, Fla., Sector San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Sector Southeast New England, Woods Hole, Mass.
Anyone who has been the subject of a Coast Guard inspection knows these guys mean business when they pull along side. They are looking for drugs, undocumented aliens, safety issues, documentation and of course, terrorists. While they are courteous, they can be intimidating as well, carrying side-arms and coming in teams. Still, any mariner who has had a serious emergency at sea considers the Coast Guard one of the best sights they can see.
The first 38 RB-SII’s will cost $13 million dollars. Each boat has a state of the art communications and radio package.
Unfortunately, three jets hijacked on September 11th, 2001, alerted us to the sad facts. Not everyone who approaches the U.S. shores has good intentions. Arming the Coast Guard with adequate tools to do a tough job is of critical importance in keeping America safe.
EL PASO, Texas —Special agents with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) say they are looking for victims of a bogus document scheme. Since the “victims” they seek are undocumented immigrants, not many people are likely to come forth for help.
Nothing makes a thief more effective than claiming to be formerly employed by a federal agency. As such, charlatans can claim a special “in” with the agency. So likely was the case with the for real past U.S. Customs inspector, Federico “Freddy” Garcia, Jr.. At age 39, Garcia used to work in the government which made his claims of being capable of producing convincing false documents very real to people desperate for a solution to the broken immigration system in America. ICE estimates Garcia made $100,000 on his document printing business over the past two years.
ICE put the x-ICE agent in silver cuffs when they showed up at Garcia’s home in the 1500 block of Bob Hope Drive in El Paso, TX. on May 9th, 2013. Little did Garcia know he had been under investigation by the HSI El Paso Public Safety Group. They had been staking Garcia’s cash for documents operation out. They sent in an under-cover agent to make a buy. Garcia had it all, fake birth certificates, passports and the works.
Garcia was charged with fraud and misuse of visas, permits and other documents. Garcia is now a guest of a federal detention facility. He faces 15 years in prison if he is convicted.
Immigrants should always be cautious of anyone offering to cut the corners of the legal process for them. Some corruption has existed in the system for years. However, eventually the guys who cut the corners get caught. That leads investigators back to a trail of victims, who often suffer additional penalties for participating in such schemes. Short cuts mean a dead-end ride nearly every time.
David J. Stevens is the alleged child pornographer for which Homeland Security (HSI) put out a nation-wide search this week. Less than 24 hours later, a tip came in. HSI has what they say is their man.
According to an Immigration and Customs Enforcement press release, Stevens was spotted in a series of videos May 8th by the Danish National Police. Stevens was allegedly having sex with what appeared to be a 7 to 10 year old girl. There were 4 videos in total in which Stevens was allegedly observed performing sex acts upon the girl and the child allegedly performing sex acts on Stevens.
A bag of Rold Gold Pretzels led authorities to believe the perpetrator was in the U.S., since the brand is only sold in the U.S.
The Danish National Police notified ICE who started taking a hard look at the video. Investigators spotted a brand of pretzels, Rold Gold, that are only distributed within the U.S. The conclusion, the perpetrator, or “John Doe”, lived somewhere in the country. But where? Who was he?
Suspect David J. Stevens Under Arrest
It took less than 24 hours to identify a suspect. Following a tip Salinas Police and Homeland Security investigators closed in on Stevens who reportedly lives in a northern section of Salinas. According to the Monterrey County Herald, Stevens was living near the rodeo grounds on Bernal Drive. Before that, he lived in a trailer park in Carmel Valley near Arroyo Seco.
So far, there is only one known victim of the alleged abuse. However, Police suspect other youths may have been compromised. They ask anyone who has any information about David J. Stevens to contact them for an interview.
In the meantime, the victim was taken into police custody. While her name remains unknown, police say she was not kidnapped. Instead, Stevens had access to the child. Stevens was arraigned today in a federal court in San Jose, California, where he will face prosecution. Mr. Stevens should be presumed innocent until proven otherwise in a court of law.
Any person who has information about this case or who suspects their children are victims should contact Salinas Police Department or by calling 1-831-775-4222 or by contacting the We-Tip line at 1-800-78-CRIME.
On May 3rd, the Danish National Police discovered videos made by a child pornographer. The videos were time stamped April 14th and 27th. Evidence suggested the perpetrator was U.S. based and likely to be found in the U.S. The case was referred to Immigration and Customs Enforcement. They went to court and obtained a warrant for the arrest of “John Doe”, basically anonymous, pending the identification of the suspect.
John Doe seems to be fond of 7 to 9 year old girls. Exactly what he does with them remains a confidential part of the ICE investigation. According to ICE, there were four videos in which the perpetrator both gave and received sex from a little girl. One can presume little Johnny’s behavior is nothing short of abhorrent, because ICE wasted no time in putting out a request to identify the adult who likes to take his pleasure with children without regard for the life-long agony he will cause.
Less than 24 hours after ICE put out it’s request, someone called in with a tip. John Doe is in custody, waiting for arraignment. ICE will reveal his true identity shortly. The identity of the young girl remains unknown, as well as wheter or not she remains at risk. It is our community which helped catch the alleged perpetrator.
A young life should never be lost to the crazed impulses of a sexual predator. Only with the cooperation of the community can we put these kinds of guys where loss of virginity takes on a whole ‘nother meaning.
In our country, in most cases, people are considered innocent until proven guilty. ”John Doe” will have his chance to put forth a vigorous defense in court. If ICE got it wrong, we will know soon enough. More likely, if ICE got it right, children will be able to sleep better tonight and ICE has removed one more person who preys on our youth.
In Washington State, immigrant youth are excited about the possibility of a state dream act during a special session of the legislature. Although being called the “Dream Act”, the state version of the proposed version of the federal Dream Act has nothing to do with granting citizenship to young residents. Rather, state Dream Act measures provide access to higher education along with in-state tuition rates. Law makers reconvened in Olympia on Monday to tackle the state budget. However, immigrant youth and supporters are optimistic the Dream Act will be added to the lineup.
Immigrant youth are some of the most active people politically, a positive fall-out from the national discrimination against undocumented people. Youths have targeted the districts of anti-immigrant law makes, including Sen. Rodney Tom of Medina, Sen. Andy Hill of Redmond and Sen. Joe Fain Auburn.
Washington State Governor, Jay Inslee, shattered some hearts when he announced his top three categories for the short 30 day legislative session. First on the Governor’s radar is the budget. Second and third are a new D.U.I. law and a transportation funding package. Inslee says he supports passage of the state Dream Act, but he had to narrow his priorities. New York State students are pushing for a version of the Dream Act to pass in their state.
Yesterday, students gathered in the Bronx, N.Y. to encourage their law makes to grant them access to higher education. The youths were supported by the New York State Youth Leadership Council and state senator Joe Klein. The Senator said it will only cost 87 cents for each tax payer to fund the measure. In contrast, youths with no future often end up in what is known as the school yard to jail yard path, which also costs the tay pay0r.
The difference is, youths who are educated pay taxes and give back to society. California and surprisingly, Texas, were the first states to approve in state tuition for undocumented immigrants. The states of Utah, Washington, New York, Oklahoma, Illinois, Kansas, Maryland, Rhode Island, Nebraska, and New Mexico joined California and Texas as leaders in granting talented youths an opportunity to continue their studies after high school. This year, Colorado passed a Dream Act measure after it was proposed and voted down every year for ten years.
One of the arguments for passage of the Dream Act in Colorado, called Colorado Asset, was exactly the opposite of Washington State Senator Klein’s argument. Some colleges and universities will be able to keep their doors open because of the contribution immigrant tuition will make to school budgets. Many Colorado immigrant students have been making the difficult decision to either not go to college at all, or to spend their tuition dollars in states more friendly to undocumented youth. That means U.S. citizen children will get a crack at college education because more schools will be open for business.
Conservatives have argued passing state immigrant tuition laws this year makes little sense, since immigration reform is front of the U.S. senate. However, these nay voices remain ignorant of several important facts about the new legislation. The first is, even under the most liberal proposal, 3 out of 10 immigrants won’t qualify for the new reform. In addition, without state approval, youths are unlikely to benefit under state tuition deals.
The traditional view of undocumented immigrants as migrant workers with little interest in primary education, much less college and professional school is proving to be seriously flawed. Undocumented youth and their parents understand the benefits of education. Parents want the next generation to have it better than they had it. Youths have dreams of being lawyers, doctors, teachers and owning businesses. Some youths have shown tremendous leadership qualities and are destined to help shape the lives of future generations. Most of these options are foreclosed, however, if undocumented youths can’t learn basic skills or gain access to college. America cannot afford to throw an entire generation of young people away and remain a competitive force in the world.
If you recognize the person in this photo, or the surroundings, please take IMMEDIATE ACTION. These photos were pulled from a pornographic video presumably depicting an adult male having sex with the youth. The Department of Homeland Security seeks confidential information regarding the identity and whereabouts of this person.
Please contact ICE investigations in either one of two ways.
Call the ICE Tip Line, which is staffed 24-hours a day:Complete an online tip form at www.ICE.gov/tips
We are at war with the creeps who molest our children. If you think you know this person, or if you think you recognize the surroundings, please take no action on your own accord. Please contact ICE at the above numbers. The situation may be dire, hence ICE requests IMMEDIATE notification for anyone who can identify this “John Doe”.
Together, we can have a better world, but each of us must do our part in protecting our greatest asset, our children.
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Remember, all people are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law. It is the obligation of every citizen to report suspected child abuse including sexual molestation and allow law enforcement and the courts to resolve the matter. It is far better to be safe than for a child to bear the tragic consequences of our apathy or caution.
Border agent, Luis Fonseca, was found NOT guilty by a jury in his trial for abusing an undocumented immigrant. Adolfo Cejas Escobar accused Fonseca of choking him, kneeing him and kicking him while at the Imperial Beach Border Patrol Office.
Fonseca claims Cejas Escobar refused “simple commands”. Further, the agent was trained to use “escalating force” to gain cooperation.
In the video, Fonseca approaches Cejas Escobar and allegedly shoves his knee into the immigrant to force him down. With his back blocking the security camera, Fonseca then allegedly choked Cejas. The immigrant can be seen going limp and then collapsing on the floor in what some call a convulsion. Agent Fonseca then allegedly kicked Cejas as he was getting up to his knees.
A doctor of emergency medicine testified in Fonseca’s behalf. The doctor suggested the immigrant was faking a convulsion. Agents for the Border Patrol testified for Fonseca. They say this kind of treatment is standard issue for non-compliant immigrants.
The Jury found the agent not guilty. However, a high level review board in the Border Patrol will examine the video to insure no procedures were broken. Fonseca is on paid administrative leave until then.
The Border Patrol is under criticism for reports of heavy handedness with immigrants. Many immigrants are unable to voice their point of view or often have been deported prior to being able to make accusations.
“There is a lot of talent in the market today,” said radio show host Tim Paynter. ”I enjoy working with local groups to help promote them and to hear what they have to play.”
The group Super Suave has been around the block a few times. Nearly 9 years ago, the group formed when base player Juan Cruz started looking for partners for a concept band. The members decided they would play mostly Cumbias, a rhythm originating in Colombia, S.A., and which has been adopted by many Latino cultures including people in Mexico.
“Every country does Cumbia a little differently.” Paynter noted. ”So it gets very interesting to hear the interpretation a group puts on it’s music.”
Super Suave mixed American Pop with native Colombia beats. They transformed older songs which were all American into exciting renditions Caribbean style.
“One of their songs, ‘Lupe’ is styled after the old McCoy’s song, “Hang On Sloopy”, named for one of the players.” Paynter said.
Super Suave caught Paynter’s eye while he was working with talk show host Lilly Guzman. “I thought, hey, the story of this band would make a great documentary,” Paynter noted. Paynter, in addition to producing the radio program
Un Dia Sin Fronteras, produces various artists, is a writer and a Denver area attorney. “I love to see people get ahead,” Paynter said. “These are hard working people who need a little publicity and a fair break.”
The documentary, Starting From Zero, The Super Suave Story, starring Alejandro Lejarazo, Adrian Perez, Juan Cruz and Esteben Trejo, is planned for release in the late spring.