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    December 5, 2007

    One jury convicts brothers of assault on firefighter; second jury continues deliberations

    One jury convicts brothers of assault on firefighter; second jury continues deliberations.

    A Suffolk County jury has convicted twin brothers of first-degree gang assault and first-degree assault for the September 2006 beating of a New York firefighter.

    Darian and Darrell Taylor face a maximum prison sentence of ten to 25 years when they are sentenced January 8. Deliberations began Monday, December 3. The trial started November 13.

    The second jury reviewing the evidence against Christopher Robinson, 29, the half-brother of the Taylors, began deliberations Tuesday and resume tomorrow (Thursday) morning.

    Police said the trio attacked Richard Berkhout, 47, of Mastic Beach, during a confrontation on a residential street on the evening of September 11, 2006. Berkhout was walking with his wife on Lakeview Drive near Elm Street in Mastic Beach when the assault occurred. Berkhout was severely beaten for several minutes and suffered a fractured skull, broken teeth and a permanent loss of hearing in his right ear.
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    December 5, 2007

    Suffolk Law Enforcement and Marshal's Fugitive Task Force apprehend 64 in weeklong sweep

    A five-day multi-jurisdictional fugitive sweep by the US Marshal's Regional Fugitive Task Force and fifteen law enforcement agencies resulted in the arrest of 64 men and women for various felony crimes including second degree murder, criminal sale and possession of drugs and armed robbery.

    Suffolk District Attorney Thomas Spota, US Marshal for the Eastern District Eugene Corcoran, Police Commissioner Richard Dormer and Sheriff Vincent DeMarco today announced the arrests made November 26 through November 30 during Operation Rolling Thunder.

    **Among the violent felons brought to justice: Thomas Walker, 20, of 75 Homestead Drive in Coram, a member of the Bloods street gang who police say is a member of a violent crew that committed five home invasion robberies in the town of Brookhaven this past summer.

    During an East Moriches burglary, the female homeowner was struck in the face with a hammer, inflicting a wound that took 80 stitches to close. Walker's codefendants told police it was Walker who beat the woman.

    Walker is a prior felony offender, convicted of a 2004 burglary in Brentwood. He is incarcerated today in Waterbury, Connecticut and will be extradited this week.

    District Attorney Spota said 77 felony warrants and six misdemeanor warrants were cleared during the five-day sweep. 23 of the defendants picked up by law enforcement face drug charges, 22 violated the terms of their probation, 14 are parole violators, and six were being sought for assault charges.

    Arrested on an indictment warrant during the sweep was Christopher Marinus, 20, of Port Jefferson Station, the second man sought by police since the brutal assault in May of this year of Kevin Combs outside a Port Jefferson pub. Two men kicked and punched Combs and left the victim bloodied and unconscious in the street.

    Police arrested Marinus' codefendant, Michael Pekrul of Miller Place, in July for the assault. Marinus was arraigned December 3 on the grand jury indictment. He is charged with first and second-degree assault and first and second-degree robbery charges.

    Another defendant arrested in the Rolling Thunder initiative, Eleno Morales, was apprehended in South Carolina and arraigned in first district court in Central Islip today. Morales pleaded not guilty to one charge of second-degree murder. He allegedly shot 32-year-old Lazo Mauricio to death on November 20, 1996 in the victim's Brentwood home.

    District Attorney Spota said the cooperation between the Marshal's office and local law enforcement, and the effectiveness of the Regional Fugitive Task Force, has resulted in the apprehension of 1,129 fugitives since 2002.

    "The brave men and women under Gene Corcoran's leadership find the toughest fugitives, criminals who are prior violent felony offenders with extensive criminal records for drug dealing, *** crimes, violent assaults and armed robberies," Spota said. "The fugitive task force, the district attorney's squad and fifteen local law enforcement agencies worked together to bring these 64 defendants to justice."

    US Marshal Eugene Corcoran said "Operation Rolling Thunder personifies the cooperation the Marshal's service has in Suffolk County with local police and District Attorney Spota's office, a working relationship that shows when we pool our resources, we can successfully apprehend fugitives here and outside Suffolk, as is the case here with the arrests of fugitives in South Carolina and Connecticut."

    "The New York State Division of Parole is extremely proud to have taken part in Operation Rolling Thunder," said Chairman and CEO George B. Alexander.

    "Through collaborative efforts such as this, law enforcement agencies can make great strides in apprehending fugitives and boosting public safety, the number one priority for all of us."

    "The Southampton Village Police Department is proud to have joined forces with the multiple agencies to comprise of "Operation Rolling Thunder 2007", said Chief William Wilson, Jr. "It is with this type of cooperative effort between multiple agencies that we as a law enforcement community can assure the citizens that we are doing all that we can to keep the public safe and to reduce overall crime."

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    ** Thomas Walker's co-defendants:

    21-year-old Michael Pagan, 19-year-old Cynthonia Shewprashad, 18-year-old Emmanuel Thompson, and 19-year-old Cal Daniels, all of Ridge, were charged one count of first-degree assault and ten counts of first-degree burglary. Defendant Emmanuel Thompson is charged additionally with one count of first-degree sexual abuse, a crime allegedly committed against a female victim during a burglary in East Moriches on June 19. Michael Pagan, Shewprashad, Thompson, and Daniels were arrested on 6/21/07.

    Shewprashad pleaded guilty November 7 to two counts of first-degree burglary and will testify against her codefendants.
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    November 30, 2007

    Arraignment Friday in Riverhead for Queens man charged with *** abuse of girl

    A Queens man arrested two months ago at his east end home for allegedly molesting and assaulting a 12 year old female will be arraigned on a grand jury indictment Friday, November 30.

    Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota said Michael Rich, 71, of Forest Hills Gardens, Queens, was initially charged with sexual abuse in the first degree, a felony, two misdemeanor counts of sexual abuse in the second degree and endangering the welfare of a child. The defendant allegedly molested the child victim on August 16 of this year.

    Southampton Village Police arrested Rich on September 29 at his Lake Agawam shoreline home. He is free on $10,000 cash bail.

    Suffolk County Judge Barbara Kahn will unseal the indictment.

    The court calendar starts at 9:30 am.

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    Jury selection scheduled to begin for a former Huntington town building department employee was canceled this morning when she decided to plead guilty to the indictment charging her with stealing approximately $70,000 in town permit revenue.

    Suzette Pinckney-Black, 47, will be sentenced January 29, 2008 by Suffolk County Judge Ralph G***illo.

    Her defense attorney, John Shea, negotiated the terms of the defendant's sentence with the court.

    If Ms. Black returns $10,000 on the sentencing date, she will be sentenced to four months jail and five years probation. If she returns $30,000, she will be sentenced to five years probation. In either scenario, Pinckney-Black will be required to pay restitution during her probation equal to the amount stolen from the town, an estimated $68,000.

    If the defendant is unable to return any money to Huntington town coffers on January 29, she will be sentenced to one year in jail. In that event, the district attorney's office will seek a civil judgment order from the defendant for the amount stolen from the building department.

    The district attorney's office will make a sentencing recommendation that includes jail time no matter how much restitution the defendant provides on the day of sentencing. Ms. Pinckney-Black, who pled guilty to second-degree grand larceny, delayed deposit of checks and altered town financial records to mask her larceny over a four-year period (2002-2006).
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    Jury convicts Nesconset man of kidnapping for 2006 abduction of young girl
    A Suffolk County jury today convicted a Nesconset man charged with snatching a young girl from her bicycle in Hauppauge and forcing her into his car last year. Michael Burkhardt, 31, covered the ten-year old's mouth and eyes with duct tape, drove a couple of blocks, and freed the youngster, who ran to a nearby house and called the police. The girl identified Burkhardt four days later in a police lineup. After approximately two and one-half hours of deliberations this afternoon, the jury convicted the self-employed computer technician of second degree kidnapping and endangering the welfare of a child. Sentencing is scheduled for December 18. Second-degree kidnapping is a class B felony, punishable by a maximum of five to 25 years in prison.
    Man caught doing drugs at gas station
    Crack cocaine found
    Posted: Saturday, December 08, 2007 at 11:24 a.m.

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    SYRACUSE -- Two New York State parole officers pumping gas at a local gas station caught a man with crack cocaine after smelling an odor. It happened at the Mobil on 621 South Geddes Street at 11:20 am Friday. They smelled a strong odor of burning marijuana wafting in the air. Glancing around they spotted a male sitting in a van smoking a "blunt". When the officers approached the van and identified themselves, the male quickly threw an object to the floor of the vehicle, which later turned out to be approximately four grams of crack cocaine. Syracuse Police Officers were called to the scene to assist and the male, Jamar Green (18 yrs) of 1318 South Avenue was arrested and charged with Criminal Possession of Controlled Substance in the 3rd (felony) and 7th (misdemeanor) as well as Criminal Possession of Marijuana 5th (misdemeanor).

    N. Syracuse teen charged in nude photo case (video)
    Posted: Friday, December 07, 2007 at 1:31 p.m.
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    CICERO -- An honor roll student at Cicero-North Syracuse High School has been charged with distributing photos that underage female students took of themselves naked, authorities said.

    The images showed nine girls between the ages of 11 and 14 posing without clothes in various homes and were taken from two to three years ago, Onondaga County Assistant District Attorney Gary Dawson said Friday. No sexual acts were shown.

    Simply possessing the images shot by the girls did not break any laws, Dawson said, so Michael Wixson, 17, of North Syracuse, was charged after he sent the photos over the Internet to a 15-year-old girl.

    Wixson, a student at C-NS, was arraigned Thursday on a felony charge of disseminating indecent materials to minors and a misdemeanor count of endangering the welfare of a child.

    He was released without bail while prosecutors present his case to a grand jury. The felony charge against Wixson is punishable by up to four years in prison.

    Robert Wells, Wixson's attorney, did not immediately return phone calls seeking comment.

    Authorities were continuing their investigation, but Dawson declined to say whether any others would be charged.

    Dawson said many of the images were taken independently over a period of time, and he didn't know how they all ended up in one package.

    The girls took the photos using digital and cell phone cameras and sent the naked pictures to their boyfriends at the time. Investigators were able to identify eight of the nine girls shown in the pictures, Dawson said.

    North Syracuse Superintendent Jerome Melvin said school officials first became aware of the pictures in June 2006 when a student at the junior high school bought a DVD with the 12 images for $5. The district traced the disc to two other students, and all three were suspended, Melvin said. Wixson was not one of the students, he said.

    Melvin said he thought the matter was settled.

    A criminal investigation started six months ago after the images appeared on social networking and photo sites, such as MySpace and flickr.com, Dawson said. The images were bundled under the title: "Girls Gone Wild at C-NS."

    "If this isn't a wakeup call, I want to know what is. ... I don't think young people realize the seriousness of all this," Melvin said.

    Dawson had been at the high school just last week to give students a presentation on cyber safety and security, Melvin said.

    District Attorney William Fitzpatrick said what he found disturbing was how the girls - some as young as 11 - could so easily snap salacious pictures and feel comfortable messaging them to teenage boys.

    "When you take that picture and you think you sent it to someone, you could have sent it to most of the civilized world," Fitzpatrick said.


    (Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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    Grandmother sentenced for grandson's death
    Posted: Thursday, December 06, 2007 at 11:45 a.m.

    CANANDAIGUA -- A western New York woman was sentenced Wednesday to five to 15 years in prison for killing her infant grandson.

    Barbara Hershey was convicted in October of second-degree manslaughter for the death of four-month-old Ethan Hershey.

    Authorities in Ontario County say the 67-year-old woman violently shook the child while baby-sitting for him at her home in Gorham. Ethan died from his injuries two weeks after the October 2005 incident.


    (Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.


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    Alliance Bank robber arrested
    Arrested after the help of the public

    John Mulligan, 53, was arrested two days later after he robbed Alliance Bank
    By Joanna Buckley
    Posted: Wednesday, December 05, 2007 at 5:24 p.m.

    Syracuse Police have arrested the man who robbed the Alliance Bank on James Street Monday morning.

    Police tell us John Mulligan, 53, tell us they arrested Mulligan after the public's help. Many people called in tips to Syracuse Police on the identity of the suspect.

    During the robbery, Mulligan approached the teller inside Alliance Bank at 1001 James Street and handed her a note saying that he had a gun and he would shoot her if she did not give him the money.

    Mulligan admitted to the robbery and that he already spent the money that he took. He is charged with third degree robbery. He is scheduled to be arraigned in Syracuse City Court tomorrow.


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    Arizona Sheriff Forces Mike Tyson to Wear Pink Underwear
    Submitted by Julie on November 21, 2007 - 11:02am. Crime Entertainment Gossip News US News
    Mike Tyson might be familiar with a prison uniform, but what he's not had to endure, until now, is the addition of pink underwear, pink socks, and pink handcuffs. Sheriff Joe Arpaio forced the former heavyweight boxing champ to don the pink attire because he believes that pink has a calming effect.

    Tyson was jailed for one day after admitting to charges of possessing cocaine and driving under the influence. He reported yesterday to Tent City, an infamous open-air jail set up near a dog pound and a garbage dump. In addition to the one day in prison, Tyson was also slapped with 360 hours of community service. Tyson, 41, was arrested last Christmas in his BMW after leaving a nightclub.

    Having spent only a day in the jail, Tyson narrowly escaped another favorite punishment of Sheriff Arpaio- the chain gang.


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    Earl Paulk at the Center of New Southern Megachurch *** Scandal
    Submitted by Julie on November 20, 2007 - 10:33am. Crime News Society US News
    Archbishop Earl Paul at the Chapel Hill Harvester Church located just outside Atlanta is at the center of a new *** scandal set to rock the megachurch. Paulk's family stood in front of their parish a few Sundays ago and revealed his dirty secret: their 80-year-old leader had years earlier slept with his brother's wife and fathered a child by her.

    The secret was exposed by a recent court-ordered paternity test, and although this is not Paulk or the church's first brush with scandal, Paulk could find himself in trouble with the law this time for lying under oath about the affair.

    Proof of the affair and lie is Paulk's 34-year-old son, D.E. Paulk, who was known for years publicly as his nephew. D.E. Paulk said that he did not know that Earl Paulk was his father until the paternity test: "I was disappointed, and I was surprised," he said.

    Earl Paulk was ordered to take the paternity test at the request of the Cobb County district attorney's office and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. Both agencies are currently investigating Earl Paulk for potential perjury and false-swearing charges that stem from a lawsuit


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    Barry Bonds Indicted on Perjury & Obstruction of Justice Charges
    Submitted by Julie on November 15, 2007 - 5:34pm. Crime MLB News Sports US News


    Barry Bonds was indicted Thursday by a federal grand jury on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice.

    The five-count indictment includes four counts of perjury and one of obstruction of justice. This case marks one of the longest federal grand jury investigations in Northern California history. The case has introduced the world to the acronym BALCO, which stands for Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative, which led to the downfall of several American professional athletes, including Olympic champions Marion Jones, Tim Montgomery, and Kelli White. Several current and former NFL players were called to testify in the case, and the put the spotlight on Major League Baseball and their problems with performance-enhancing drugs once again.

    The charges for which Bonds was indicted today stem from his December 4, 2003 testimony where he allegedly testified that he did not knowingly take any performance enhancing drugs.

    Barry Bonds trainer, Greg Anderson, was convicted in the BALCO case on grand jury charges, and served time in jail. He returned to prison when he refused to testify against bonds, and remains in jail to this day.


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    OJ Simpson Will Be Tried for Kidnapping and Faces Life in Prison
    Submitted by Eugmc on November 14, 2007 - 7:25pm. Crime Entertainment Gossip News US News

    OJ Simpson faces life in prison for kidnapping in the bizarre hotel room robbery. November 28th is the next time Simpson and his accomplices will appear in Las Vegas courtroom. The former Buffalo Bills running back now faces 11 Felony counts and one misdemeanor.

    Some legal experts believe that it will hard to have all charges stick and that a plea bargain will be arranged between the prosecution and defense.

    The big event that occurred today is the fact he has the chance to be behind bars for the rest of his life for the kidnapping charge, which many thought would be tossed out due to lack of evidence.

    Jailer Accused Of DUI, Drug Possession

    POSTED: 12:23 pm EST December 3, 2007

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    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A corrections officer with the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office was arrested on driving under the influence and other charges after a single-vehicle wreck on Interstate 295 early Sunday.

    According to the arrest report, Officer Scott Perry was in uniform when the Florida Highway Patrol arrived at the scene of the wreck on I-295 at the New Kings Road exit about 12:30 a.m.

    Perry, 30, told a trooper he lost control of his Dodge Durango while reaching for a cheeseburger. The FHP said Perry was unsteady and appeared impaired and his eyes were bloodshot and glassy.


    The FHP said Perry consented to a field sobriety test, which he failed. Troopers also reported finding codeine, Demerol and Xanexl painkillers in his possession for which he had no prescription.

    Perry told the arresting officer he was holding the drugs for his brother.

    Perry was arrested on charges of DUI, armed possession of illegal drugs and drug possession. He was being held on $27,000 bond.

    Jailer Accused Of DUI, Drug Possession

    POSTED: 12:23 pm EST December 3, 2007

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    Just thought I would give a few crimes equal play time. I thought this forum was to help people with immigration problems. I didn't know it was a place to rant and rave about illegals. All I seem to find is comments and news reports about crimes involving illegals. I fail to see what those crimes have to do with people discussing the immigration process. So, I thought that I would remind people about other crimes that might not involve illegals. I am not sure about some of these people after all they committed crimes, they might be illegal.

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    December 5, 2007

    One jury convicts brothers of assault on firefighter; second jury continues deliberations

    One jury convicts brothers of assault on firefighter; second jury continues deliberations.

    A Suffolk County jury has convicted twin brothers of first-degree gang assault and first-degree assault for the September 2006 beating of a New York firefighter.

    Darian and Darrell Taylor face a maximum prison sentence of ten to 25 years when they are sentenced January 8. Deliberations began Monday, December 3. The trial started November 13.

    The second jury reviewing the evidence against Christopher Robinson, 29, the half-brother of the Taylors, began deliberations Tuesday and resume tomorrow (Thursday) morning.

    Police said the trio attacked Richard Berkhout, 47, of Mastic Beach, during a confrontation on a residential street on the evening of September 11, 2006. Berkhout was walking with his wife on Lakeview Drive near Elm Street in Mastic Beach when the assault occurred. Berkhout was severely beaten for several minutes and suffered a fractured skull, broken teeth and a permanent loss of hearing in his right ear.
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    December 5, 2007

    Suffolk Law Enforcement and Marshal's Fugitive Task Force apprehend 64 in weeklong sweep

    A five-day multi-jurisdictional fugitive sweep by the US Marshal's Regional Fugitive Task Force and fifteen law enforcement agencies resulted in the arrest of 64 men and women for various felony crimes including second degree murder, criminal sale and possession of drugs and armed robbery.

    Suffolk District Attorney Thomas Spota, US Marshal for the Eastern District Eugene Corcoran, Police Commissioner Richard Dormer and Sheriff Vincent DeMarco today announced the arrests made November 26 through November 30 during Operation Rolling Thunder.

    **Among the violent felons brought to justice: Thomas Walker, 20, of 75 Homestead Drive in Coram, a member of the Bloods street gang who police say is a member of a violent crew that committed five home invasion robberies in the town of Brookhaven this past summer.

    During an East Moriches burglary, the female homeowner was struck in the face with a hammer, inflicting a wound that took 80 stitches to close. Walker's codefendants told police it was Walker who beat the woman.

    Walker is a prior felony offender, convicted of a 2004 burglary in Brentwood. He is incarcerated today in Waterbury, Connecticut and will be extradited this week.

    District Attorney Spota said 77 felony warrants and six misdemeanor warrants were cleared during the five-day sweep. 23 of the defendants picked up by law enforcement face drug charges, 22 violated the terms of their probation, 14 are parole violators, and six were being sought for assault charges.

    Arrested on an indictment warrant during the sweep was Christopher Marinus, 20, of Port Jefferson Station, the second man sought by police since the brutal assault in May of this year of Kevin Combs outside a Port Jefferson pub. Two men kicked and punched Combs and left the victim bloodied and unconscious in the street.

    Police arrested Marinus' codefendant, Michael Pekrul of Miller Place, in July for the assault. Marinus was arraigned December 3 on the grand jury indictment. He is charged with first and second-degree assault and first and second-degree robbery charges.

    Another defendant arrested in the Rolling Thunder initiative, Eleno Morales, was apprehended in South Carolina and arraigned in first district court in Central Islip today. Morales pleaded not guilty to one charge of second-degree murder. He allegedly shot 32-year-old Lazo Mauricio to death on November 20, 1996 in the victim's Brentwood home.

    District Attorney Spota said the cooperation between the Marshal's office and local law enforcement, and the effectiveness of the Regional Fugitive Task Force, has resulted in the apprehension of 1,129 fugitives since 2002.

    "The brave men and women under Gene Corcoran's leadership find the toughest fugitives, criminals who are prior violent felony offenders with extensive criminal records for drug dealing, *** crimes, violent assaults and armed robberies," Spota said. "The fugitive task force, the district attorney's squad and fifteen local law enforcement agencies worked together to bring these 64 defendants to justice."

    US Marshal Eugene Corcoran said "Operation Rolling Thunder personifies the cooperation the Marshal's service has in Suffolk County with local police and District Attorney Spota's office, a working relationship that shows when we pool our resources, we can successfully apprehend fugitives here and outside Suffolk, as is the case here with the arrests of fugitives in South Carolina and Connecticut."

    "The New York State Division of Parole is extremely proud to have taken part in Operation Rolling Thunder," said Chairman and CEO George B. Alexander.

    "Through collaborative efforts such as this, law enforcement agencies can make great strides in apprehending fugitives and boosting public safety, the number one priority for all of us."

    "The Southampton Village Police Department is proud to have joined forces with the multiple agencies to comprise of "Operation Rolling Thunder 2007", said Chief William Wilson, Jr. "It is with this type of cooperative effort between multiple agencies that we as a law enforcement community can assure the citizens that we are doing all that we can to keep the public safe and to reduce overall crime."

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    ** Thomas Walker's co-defendants:

    21-year-old Michael Pagan, 19-year-old Cynthonia Shewprashad, 18-year-old Emmanuel Thompson, and 19-year-old Cal Daniels, all of Ridge, were charged one count of first-degree assault and ten counts of first-degree burglary. Defendant Emmanuel Thompson is charged additionally with one count of first-degree sexual abuse, a crime allegedly committed against a female victim during a burglary in East Moriches on June 19. Michael Pagan, Shewprashad, Thompson, and Daniels were arrested on 6/21/07.

    Shewprashad pleaded guilty November 7 to two counts of first-degree burglary and will testify against her codefendants.
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    November 30, 2007

    Arraignment Friday in Riverhead for Queens man charged with *** abuse of girl

    A Queens man arrested two months ago at his east end home for allegedly molesting and assaulting a 12 year old female will be arraigned on a grand jury indictment Friday, November 30.

    Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota said Michael Rich, 71, of Forest Hills Gardens, Queens, was initially charged with sexual abuse in the first degree, a felony, two misdemeanor counts of sexual abuse in the second degree and endangering the welfare of a child. The defendant allegedly molested the child victim on August 16 of this year.

    Southampton Village Police arrested Rich on September 29 at his Lake Agawam shoreline home. He is free on $10,000 cash bail.

    Suffolk County Judge Barbara Kahn will unseal the indictment.

    The court calendar starts at 9:30 am.

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    Jury selection scheduled to begin for a former Huntington town building department employee was canceled this morning when she decided to plead guilty to the indictment charging her with stealing approximately $70,000 in town permit revenue.

    Suzette Pinckney-Black, 47, will be sentenced January 29, 2008 by Suffolk County Judge Ralph G***illo.

    Her defense attorney, John Shea, negotiated the terms of the defendant's sentence with the court.

    If Ms. Black returns $10,000 on the sentencing date, she will be sentenced to four months jail and five years probation. If she returns $30,000, she will be sentenced to five years probation. In either scenario, Pinckney-Black will be required to pay restitution during her probation equal to the amount stolen from the town, an estimated $68,000.

    If the defendant is unable to return any money to Huntington town coffers on January 29, she will be sentenced to one year in jail. In that event, the district attorney's office will seek a civil judgment order from the defendant for the amount stolen from the building department.

    The district attorney's office will make a sentencing recommendation that includes jail time no matter how much restitution the defendant provides on the day of sentencing. Ms. Pinckney-Black, who pled guilty to second-degree grand larceny, delayed deposit of checks and altered town financial records to mask her larceny over a four-year period (2002-2006).
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    Jury convicts Nesconset man of kidnapping for 2006 abduction of young girl
    A Suffolk County jury today convicted a Nesconset man charged with snatching a young girl from her bicycle in Hauppauge and forcing her into his car last year. Michael Burkhardt, 31, covered the ten-year old's mouth and eyes with duct tape, drove a couple of blocks, and freed the youngster, who ran to a nearby house and called the police. The girl identified Burkhardt four days later in a police lineup. After approximately two and one-half hours of deliberations this afternoon, the jury convicted the self-employed computer technician of second degree kidnapping and endangering the welfare of a child. Sentencing is scheduled for December 18. Second-degree kidnapping is a class B felony, punishable by a maximum of five to 25 years in prison.
    Man caught doing drugs at gas station
    Crack cocaine found
    Posted: Saturday, December 08, 2007 at 11:24 a.m.

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    SYRACUSE -- Two New York State parole officers pumping gas at a local gas station caught a man with crack cocaine after smelling an odor. It happened at the Mobil on 621 South Geddes Street at 11:20 am Friday. They smelled a strong odor of burning marijuana wafting in the air. Glancing around they spotted a male sitting in a van smoking a "blunt". When the officers approached the van and identified themselves, the male quickly threw an object to the floor of the vehicle, which later turned out to be approximately four grams of crack cocaine. Syracuse Police Officers were called to the scene to assist and the male, Jamar Green (18 yrs) of 1318 South Avenue was arrested and charged with Criminal Possession of Controlled Substance in the 3rd (felony) and 7th (misdemeanor) as well as Criminal Possession of Marijuana 5th (misdemeanor).

    N. Syracuse teen charged in nude photo case (video)
    Posted: Friday, December 07, 2007 at 1:31 p.m.
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    CICERO -- An honor roll student at Cicero-North Syracuse High School has been charged with distributing photos that underage female students took of themselves naked, authorities said.

    The images showed nine girls between the ages of 11 and 14 posing without clothes in various homes and were taken from two to three years ago, Onondaga County Assistant District Attorney Gary Dawson said Friday. No sexual acts were shown.

    Simply possessing the images shot by the girls did not break any laws, Dawson said, so Michael Wixson, 17, of North Syracuse, was charged after he sent the photos over the Internet to a 15-year-old girl.

    Wixson, a student at C-NS, was arraigned Thursday on a felony charge of disseminating indecent materials to minors and a misdemeanor count of endangering the welfare of a child.

    He was released without bail while prosecutors present his case to a grand jury. The felony charge against Wixson is punishable by up to four years in prison.

    Robert Wells, Wixson's attorney, did not immediately return phone calls seeking comment.

    Authorities were continuing their investigation, but Dawson declined to say whether any others would be charged.

    Dawson said many of the images were taken independently over a period of time, and he didn't know how they all ended up in one package.

    The girls took the photos using digital and cell phone cameras and sent the naked pictures to their boyfriends at the time. Investigators were able to identify eight of the nine girls shown in the pictures, Dawson said.

    North Syracuse Superintendent Jerome Melvin said school officials first became aware of the pictures in June 2006 when a student at the junior high school bought a DVD with the 12 images for $5. The district traced the disc to two other students, and all three were suspended, Melvin said. Wixson was not one of the students, he said.

    Melvin said he thought the matter was settled.

    A criminal investigation started six months ago after the images appeared on social networking and photo sites, such as MySpace and flickr.com, Dawson said. The images were bundled under the title: "Girls Gone Wild at C-NS."

    "If this isn't a wakeup call, I want to know what is. ... I don't think young people realize the seriousness of all this," Melvin said.

    Dawson had been at the high school just last week to give students a presentation on cyber safety and security, Melvin said.

    District Attorney William Fitzpatrick said what he found disturbing was how the girls - some as young as 11 - could so easily snap salacious pictures and feel comfortable messaging them to teenage boys.

    "When you take that picture and you think you sent it to someone, you could have sent it to most of the civilized world," Fitzpatrick said.


    (Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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    Grandmother sentenced for grandson's death
    Posted: Thursday, December 06, 2007 at 11:45 a.m.

    CANANDAIGUA -- A western New York woman was sentenced Wednesday to five to 15 years in prison for killing her infant grandson.

    Barbara Hershey was convicted in October of second-degree manslaughter for the death of four-month-old Ethan Hershey.

    Authorities in Ontario County say the 67-year-old woman violently shook the child while baby-sitting for him at her home in Gorham. Ethan died from his injuries two weeks after the October 2005 incident.


    (Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.


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    Alliance Bank robber arrested
    Arrested after the help of the public

    John Mulligan, 53, was arrested two days later after he robbed Alliance Bank
    By Joanna Buckley
    Posted: Wednesday, December 05, 2007 at 5:24 p.m.

    Syracuse Police have arrested the man who robbed the Alliance Bank on James Street Monday morning.

    Police tell us John Mulligan, 53, tell us they arrested Mulligan after the public's help. Many people called in tips to Syracuse Police on the identity of the suspect.

    During the robbery, Mulligan approached the teller inside Alliance Bank at 1001 James Street and handed her a note saying that he had a gun and he would shoot her if she did not give him the money.

    Mulligan admitted to the robbery and that he already spent the money that he took. He is charged with third degree robbery. He is scheduled to be arraigned in Syracuse City Court tomorrow.


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    Arizona Sheriff Forces Mike Tyson to Wear Pink Underwear
    Submitted by Julie on November 21, 2007 - 11:02am. Crime Entertainment Gossip News US News
    Mike Tyson might be familiar with a prison uniform, but what he's not had to endure, until now, is the addition of pink underwear, pink socks, and pink handcuffs. Sheriff Joe Arpaio forced the former heavyweight boxing champ to don the pink attire because he believes that pink has a calming effect.

    Tyson was jailed for one day after admitting to charges of possessing cocaine and driving under the influence. He reported yesterday to Tent City, an infamous open-air jail set up near a dog pound and a garbage dump. In addition to the one day in prison, Tyson was also slapped with 360 hours of community service. Tyson, 41, was arrested last Christmas in his BMW after leaving a nightclub.

    Having spent only a day in the jail, Tyson narrowly escaped another favorite punishment of Sheriff Arpaio- the chain gang.


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    Earl Paulk at the Center of New Southern Megachurch *** Scandal
    Submitted by Julie on November 20, 2007 - 10:33am. Crime News Society US News
    Archbishop Earl Paul at the Chapel Hill Harvester Church located just outside Atlanta is at the center of a new *** scandal set to rock the megachurch. Paulk's family stood in front of their parish a few Sundays ago and revealed his dirty secret: their 80-year-old leader had years earlier slept with his brother's wife and fathered a child by her.

    The secret was exposed by a recent court-ordered paternity test, and although this is not Paulk or the church's first brush with scandal, Paulk could find himself in trouble with the law this time for lying under oath about the affair.

    Proof of the affair and lie is Paulk's 34-year-old son, D.E. Paulk, who was known for years publicly as his nephew. D.E. Paulk said that he did not know that Earl Paulk was his father until the paternity test: "I was disappointed, and I was surprised," he said.

    Earl Paulk was ordered to take the paternity test at the request of the Cobb County district attorney's office and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. Both agencies are currently investigating Earl Paulk for potential perjury and false-swearing charges that stem from a lawsuit


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    Barry Bonds Indicted on Perjury & Obstruction of Justice Charges
    Submitted by Julie on November 15, 2007 - 5:34pm. Crime MLB News Sports US News


    Barry Bonds was indicted Thursday by a federal grand jury on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice.

    The five-count indictment includes four counts of perjury and one of obstruction of justice. This case marks one of the longest federal grand jury investigations in Northern California history. The case has introduced the world to the acronym BALCO, which stands for Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative, which led to the downfall of several American professional athletes, including Olympic champions Marion Jones, Tim Montgomery, and Kelli White. Several current and former NFL players were called to testify in the case, and the put the spotlight on Major League Baseball and their problems with performance-enhancing drugs once again.

    The charges for which Bonds was indicted today stem from his December 4, 2003 testimony where he allegedly testified that he did not knowingly take any performance enhancing drugs.

    Barry Bonds trainer, Greg Anderson, was convicted in the BALCO case on grand jury charges, and served time in jail. He returned to prison when he refused to testify against bonds, and remains in jail to this day.


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    OJ Simpson Will Be Tried for Kidnapping and Faces Life in Prison
    Submitted by Eugmc on November 14, 2007 - 7:25pm. Crime Entertainment Gossip News US News

    OJ Simpson faces life in prison for kidnapping in the bizarre hotel room robbery. November 28th is the next time Simpson and his accomplices will appear in Las Vegas courtroom. The former Buffalo Bills running back now faces 11 Felony counts and one misdemeanor.

    Some legal experts believe that it will hard to have all charges stick and that a plea bargain will be arranged between the prosecution and defense.

    The big event that occurred today is the fact he has the chance to be behind bars for the rest of his life for the kidnapping charge, which many thought would be tossed out due to lack of evidence.

    Jailer Accused Of DUI, Drug Possession

    POSTED: 12:23 pm EST December 3, 2007

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    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A corrections officer with the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office was arrested on driving under the influence and other charges after a single-vehicle wreck on Interstate 295 early Sunday.

    According to the arrest report, Officer Scott Perry was in uniform when the Florida Highway Patrol arrived at the scene of the wreck on I-295 at the New Kings Road exit about 12:30 a.m.

    Perry, 30, told a trooper he lost control of his Dodge Durango while reaching for a cheeseburger. The FHP said Perry was unsteady and appeared impaired and his eyes were bloodshot and glassy.


    The FHP said Perry consented to a field sobriety test, which he failed. Troopers also reported finding codeine, Demerol and Xanexl painkillers in his possession for which he had no prescription.

    Perry told the arresting officer he was holding the drugs for his brother.

    Perry was arrested on charges of DUI, armed possession of illegal drugs and drug possession. He was being held on $27,000 bond.

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    Just thought I would give a few crimes equal play time. I thought this forum was to help people with immigration problems. I didn't know it was a place to rant and rave about illegals. All I seem to find is comments and news reports about crimes involving illegals. I fail to see what those crimes have to do with people discussing the immigration process. So, I thought that I would remind people about other crimes that might not involve illegals. I am not sure about some of these people after all they committed crimes, they might be illegal.
    Duh: Read AND TRY TO COMPREHEND THE BANNER OF THIS THREAD IT READS: IMMIGRATION DISCUSSION. THE FACT THAT IT INCLUDES ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS IS NOT OUR FAULT and DOES NOT CHANGE THE FACT THAT IT IS A HUGE PART OF THE IMMIGRATION DISCUSSION.

    Speaking of being Off Topic: DUH AN AMERICAN CITIZEN is NOT AN IMMIGRUNT OR ILLEGAL IMMIGRUNT SO THE FACT THAT YOU COMPARE APPLES TO ORANGES IN DEFENSE OF CRIMES COMMITED BY ILLEGAL ALIENS ONLY SERVES TO MAKE YOU LOOK LIKE A CLUELESS MORON.

    STOP TRYING TO PREVENT THE TRUTH FROM BEING PRINTED. SHOOTING THE MESSENGER DOESN'T CHANGE THE MESSAGE.
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    • #3
      Duh: Read AND TRY TO COMPREHEND THE BANNER OF THIS THREAD IT READS: IMMIGRATION DISCUSSION. THE FACT THAT IT INCLUDES ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS IS NOT OUR FAULT and DOES NOT CHANGE THE FACT THAT IT IS A HUGE PART OF THE IMMIGRATION DISCUSSION.

      Speaking of being Off Topic: DUH AN AMERICAN CITIZEN is NOT AN IMMIGRUNT OR ILLEGAL IMMIGRUNT SO THE FACT THAT YOU COMPARE APPLES TO ORANGES IN DEFENSE OF CRIMES COMMITED BY ILLEGAL ALIENS ONLY SERVES TO MAKE YOU LOOK LIKE A CLUELESS MORON.

      STOP TRYING TO PREVENT THE TRUTH FROM BEING PRINTED. SHOOTING THE MESSENGER DOESN'T CHANGE THE MESSAGE.[/QUOTE]



      Thanks, Bev. You just prooved my point. I believe you are the clueless moron. This board does say immigration discussion. The intent was for people to discuss the immigration process (legal or illegal), not for people like you to rant and show your true color. The only thing you are using this forum for is to promote your on hateful, venegeful agenda. It has nothing to do with fixing any problem. Nobody else will listen to you so you come here. You have found a few friends here who like to spread this kind of malicious bull. If this is truly the way you feel, I have a website for you.

      Try www.idexer.com, these people have the kind of board you need to post on. They talk about tracking down and killing people. You should fit right in.


      You are right an American citizen is not an illegal so I guess that makes their crimes O.K. by your reasoning. I never posted those articles because they were Americans. I posted them because they were crimes (duh). A crime is a crime regardless of who committs it. Out of a country of millions, you post some articles about illegals committing crimes. Why don't you try researching crimes and finding out exactly who is committing every crime in the U.S.? That would do more good than simply ranting about illegals. In every population there is always some bad apples, I think I proved that in some of my post. There has been post about drugs, drug dealers and gangs, being made up of illegals. Who ran the gangs and drug dealers before these people?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by davdah:
        There is one error in your post Djim. Most of the drug cartels are run from other countries with their key management postitions being held by illegals in this country. Has always been that way.
        I agree with you on this Davdah

        I just watched a documentary on Pablo Escobar drug Cartel from columbia, SA and how it changed the face of america with drug use. It was all about distribution and mass marketing of the drugs to usa. Cocaine, crack cocaine. They showed what it did to this country in the 80's. The killing style that was used in Columbia was imported to Miami by the Columbians put into place there. The US government had to step in to stop the murders before the place turned into columbian gangland lifestyle.

        The real scary thing... is that usa granted asylum to a lot of these mass murders . them citing that they will be killed if they go back to their country etc.. So they are here walking among us . These people have murdered hundreds of people.. but we granted them asylum. And of course... you dont think they stopped going back to viist their homeland do ya

        There is always a way around that.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by davdah:
          There is one error in your post Djim. Most of the drug cartels are run from other countries with their key management postitions being held by illegals in this country. Has always been that way.

          Where they all run by illegal Spanish people?
          I thought somewhere along the line the Mafia controlled just about everything like that. the controlled casinos, prostitutes, drugs, etc.
          But my real point was that before the explosion of illegal hispanics in this country who were the people selling the drugs to the Americans? Who did that guy on the corner work for? Not where did the gang or drug dealer buy his drugs, but who sold them here? My personal opinion is that if the stupid people here didn't do the stuff, there would be no market for it. Most marjiuana can be grown in your own backyard. Using the other stuff is just a death wish and I have no sympathy for users or pushers.

          Besides all of this, that was not what this post was about. This post was about showing that there is crime everywhere. Yes, some may be here illegal, but crime is crime. In these cases illegal is not the issue. Fight crime!! If you really want to clean up this country, fight crime. Don't just talk about it. Don't try to lay the blame for all crime at the feet of illegals. If all crime is fought that would help everyone. All some people want to keep posting is articles about illegals committing crimes. The truth is that it is getting pretty old. Everytime I turn on the computer, I read about crime. Not all of those crimes are involving illegals. Forget it. I give up on this place. When the time comes, I will take my stand with the people I believe in. I can see now that a few of the people posting here will be opposite me. I have to go with what I believe. I am sorry that some people seem to be covered in a black cloud. I first came on this site to read about information on the immigration process. My first post was a rant. I had gotten fed up with the language and the level of intolerance that is rising in this country. I have children growing up in these times. I truly didn't want the exposed to the same racial tones and violence that occurred so long ago. But with people devaluing human life soo much, that is the direction we are headed. So, you guys have fun bashing each other. I have had enough. Thanks to anyone who posted useful information, I appreciate it. Don't think for a minute that I have given up my fight. I just find this forum useless and a waste of my time and energy.

          Merry Christmas
          I hope you all enjoy these holidays with your families. I know the illegals will, even though they and their children have to live in fear that immigration will show up instead of Santa. You all don't have to worry about that.

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            Thanks, Bev. You just prooved my point. I believe you are the clueless moron. This board does say immigration discussion. The intent was for people to discuss the immigration process (legal or illegal), not for people like you to rant and show your true color. The only thing you are using this forum for is to promote your on hateful, venegeful agenda. It has nothing to do with fixing any problem. Nobody else will listen to you so you come here. You have found a few friends here who like to spread this kind of malicious bull. If this is truly the way you feel, I have a website for you.
            Try www.idexer.com, these people have the kind of board you need to post on. They talk about tracking down and killing people. You should fit right in.
            Of course LEGAL CITIZENS commit crimes, but is that supposed to justify the perpetual criminal activity of people who shouldn't even be here?

            Comparing apples to oranges certainly doesn't justify it either MORON. The point is if ILLEGAL ALIENS WERE NOT HERE, their culturally embedded crime sprees would not be an issue in America. We would not have to pay for their jail cells, meals, deportation, trial, interpreter and there would be no victims.

            As for your website referrals, save them for your own use, I am more than capable of finding whatever I need on the internet.
            DUH . . .

            I hope you all enjoy these holidays with your families. I know the illegals will, even though they and their children have to live in fear that immigration will show up instead of Santa. You all don't have to worry about that.
            Oh puleeze quit the woe is me whining. Illegal aliens have nobody to blame but themselves for breaking and entering. They are not invited house guest therefore we should not allow them to be comfortable. They need to go home where they won't have to live in fear since they choose not to then they are getting what they deserve. Your statement is the prime example of why we want these co-dependent self appointed victims out of here, evertything is always somebody elses fault and responsibility. At what point do they grow up and take responsibility for themselves and the generations that they are breeding and passing their dysfunctional neediness along to?
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              Huckabee Shamnesty for Illegal Aliens
              Thursday, 13 December 2007
              by William Gheen
              President of Americans for Legal Immigration PAC
              ALIPAC
              In August of 2005, I was called for an interview by THV-TV News out of Little Rock Arkansas to comment on Governor Mike Huckabee's comments complaining about an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raid on local chicken plants, which resulted in the arrest of 119 illegal aliens. What I said during the interview is even more relevant today "Governor Huckabee is known nationally as an illegal alien's best friend!"

              At the time, Mike Huckabee was known nationally for supporting in-state tuition for illegal aliens, which is massively opposed by American voters four to one! This plan forces American taxpayers to subsidize tuition for illegal aliens, thus replacing American students in the limited seats in colleges, while providing the wrong message and encouraging more people to illegally immigrate and bring their children into the U.S. to be trained for jobs, it is illegal for them to have!
              The fact that Mike Huckabee would support a policy change despised by 80% of those he swore to represent in public office says a lot about what we could expect from the man as President.

              Furthermore, his open denouncement of ICE raids in Arkansas is probably the result of his heavy financial support from Open Borders corporations like Tyson Foods. In Arkansas, the chicken processing lobby is so powerful they call it "Big Chicken".

              While the public was cheering the raids, Tyson Foods was upset about ICE raids and so was their bought and paid for politician Mike Huckabee!

              Tyson Foods Inc., has their global headquarters located in Springdale, Arkansas and they are the worlds largest processor and marketer of chicken, beef, and pork. They were large contributors to Mike Huckabee as Governor and now their federal political action committee, TYPAC, is backing his campaign for President.

              Tyson Foods Inc. is one of the most egregious corporate violators of our Federal laws against hiring illegals in America!

              In 2003, the U.S. Justice Department claimed that 15 Tyson plants in nine states had been conspiring since 1994 to recruit illegal immigrants, and that this practice was known by senior executives at Tyson corporate headquarters. It was determined in court that Tyson managers had been intentionally working with organized crime elements and temporary service agencies to import illegal alien workers, replace their American workers, and drive down wages. Tyson agreed to join the basic pilot program to screen new employees in 2004, but later raids continued to find large numbers of illegal aliens working for Tyson!

              Earlier this year, the company supported the thrice-failed "Comprehensive Immigration Reform" amnesties that were pushed in the U.S. Senate. These legislative attempts to legalize Tyson's illegal labor workforce failed due to massive public opposition with Zogby polls showing only 3% of Americans approving of how Congress was handling the issue! The backlash was so massive that angry calls to lawmakers, which were ranging 50 to 1 opposed, overloaded and shut down the entire Capital phone system!

              Mike Huckabee is now experiencing a surge in the polls as GOP core voters continue to abandon John McCain and Rudy Giuliani for their pro Amnesty pro illegal alien records and stances. This is bringing Huckabee's immigration stances into the limelight for scrutiny and his campaign is fully aware that missteps on this issue can send him back down the ladder like McCain and Giuliani.

              That is why his campaign has released the "The Secure America Plan" which details his 9-point plan to facilitate the "enforcement of our immigration laws and results in the attrition of the illegal immigrant population"

              This is exactly what America wants to hear, America wants to hear about reducing the number or illegal aliens in America. Americans want illegal aliens to return to their home nations as current law dictates!

              However, there is a big problem with Huckabee's plan. While most of the provisions will be positively received by the American public, especially voters, his promises to crack down on employers, build a fence, and bolster the border patrol are all nullified by positions number 3 and 9.

              Huckabee makes it clear that illegal aliens will have to leave the U.S. However, what he is advocating is the 'touch back' provision which was a trick fielded by the supporters of the failed "Comprehensive Immigration Reform" amnesty bills in the U.S. Senate this year.

              In position #9, Huckabee says he would increase visas and expedite immigration processes so "those patiently and responsibly seeking to come here legally will not have to wait decades to share in the American Dream"

              Such changes would clearly increase legal immigration levels, which already stand at 1.4 million per year, making America the most generous nation in the world for legal immigration. The majority of the American public, while generally supportive of legal immigrants, is in no mood for such a massive expansion of legal immigration levels considering the intense public backlash against illegal immigration.

              Huckabee's intent to expedite legal immigration ties into the real problem with his plan. This is revealed in item #3, where he would grant amnesty to illegal aliens by having them sign up with the government and then leave the U.S. for a day or two and later on pick up new documents across the border to walk back in and say "Look at me! I came in legally this time!"

              What a devilish farce! Millions of illegal aliens in America would quickly have no fear of immigration law enforcement and would be on the "path to citizenship" receiving benefits at the taxpayers' expense. This provision would in effect nullify all of the other immigration enforcement promises of Mike Huckabee.

              The mere fact that Mike Huckabee's campaign is imitating the tactics that the pro Amnesty lobby in Washington, DC deployed earlier this year tells us exactly who he serves and that he is willing to try and deceive the American public to accomplish his political agenda! Mike Huckabee has is now promoting the Pence Plan that we call SHAMNESTY!

              One more President like that in the White House and we can kiss America goodbye. We will have millions of illegal aliens who have become untouchable by immigration authorities and millions more on the way once America has shown she is defenseless against the Global corporations pushing this agenda!

              It gets worse, according to Michelle Malkin's article "Meet the GOP's Border Control Cross-Dressers" (Dec. 11, 2007) Huckabee joins McCain and Guiliani on the dishonest pro amnesty politician front!

              It appears that Mike Huckabee has been pandering to the Open Borders Hispanic racist group LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens), where he has promised them an 'open door' policy. He has also criticized state legislators in Arkansas who wanted to require proof of citizenship to register to vote! That really takes the cake when you think about the fact Mike Huckabee wants illegal aliens to be able to vote!

              Even more disturbing is Mike Huckabee's decision to follow the deplorable lead of Senator's Harry Reid and Ted Kennedy by deriding Americans who are concerned about illegal immigration and opposed to the Senate AMNESTY bills as "driven by racism or nativism."

              In an attempt to build street credibility, the Huckabee campaign claims they were inspired to create their plan from an article by Center for Immigration Studies (Cis.org) Mark Krikorian. While Mr. Krikorian is renowned for his concepts of attrition enforcement, he is opposed to the Touchback amnesty provisions Huckabee's team built in as this measure would nullify all of the other enforcement provisions listed! Mr. Krikorian, while cited as a source by Mike Huckabee's team, would probably call the plan another "No Amnesty Amnesty".

              Mike Huckabee is clearly an Open Borders fanatic.

              This is why there is a shockwave moving through the immigration enforcement movement after hearing of the endorsement of the Huckabee campaign by Co-Founder of the original Minuteman Project, Jim Gilchrist.

              The embarrassing truth is that Jim Gilchrist has forced distance between himself and the vast majority of other groups and leaders in the immigration enforcement movement over the last year because of his egotistical, unstable, destructive, and growingly bizarre behavior. His behind the scenes actions have created a great deal of alarm from groups such as ALIPAC who were a part of the original Minuteman effort and who have supported Mr. Gilchrist in the past.

              After Jim Gilchrist split with co-founder Chris Simcox of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, he quickly made enemies out of any group that refused to take a side in the conflict. He would not respect the neutrality of other sovereign groups and adopted an "with us or against us" stance that drove many away.

              Jim Gilchrist's last attempt to muster Minutemen volunteers fell apart during the Laredo Texas operations he launched. While the opening day had many attendees, within one week there were less than ten volunteers on the border and Gilchrist himself was not even present most of the time.

              Since that time, Jim has been engaged in a bitter battle against the Executive Board of his 501(c) organization after they terminated him from his position as director, which has thrown the whole organization into court battles. While most of our movement was neck deep in the battle against the Senate "Comprehensive Immigration Reform" amnesty bills, Gilchrist was busy sending out his next wave of bitter e-mails decrying the actions of the "hijackers" of his organization.

              Many of us in the movement have been keeping quiet about these problems, the threatening e-mails, and personal attacks, hoping that Jim Gilchrist would fade into the background, where his reckless behavior and failed organization could do no further harm to the movement, which is much bigger than Minuteman. We had hoped that his initial contributions to the cause in Minuteman 1 could be saved from his actions of late. Today, the rest of the nation is painfully learning what we know about Jim Gilchrist, due to his endorsement of pro amnesty Open Borders Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee.

              Since the Minuteman Project is a tax-free nonprofit organization, which is prohibited by law from endorsing candidates, one has to wonder why Jim Gilchrist is making endorsements for President, which will surely be challenged by other Presidential campaigns and pro amnesty groups.

              Perhaps Jim just skimmed over the Huckabee plan like many Americans will do and fell for the bait? It is likely that he was so happy to hear from a Presidential campaign in the midst of his isolation that he jumped at the opportunity to be relevant again?

              Jim Gilchrist and Mike Huckabee have made a terrible mistake by supporting a Presidential campaign which has stances in favor of "touchback" amnesty for illegal aliens, benefits for illegal aliens, voting access for illegal aliens, "comprehensive immigration reform" amnesty, expanded visa programs, and more legal immigration. They are both attempting to give the illegal aliens, the US Chamber of Commerce, and their supporting groups like Tyson Foods, LULAC, and La Raza exactly what they want, while trying to dupe the American public.

              As Americans representing the 80% of our fellow countrymen and women who oppose this radical Open Borders agenda, we must do all we can to expose Mike Huckabee's true stances and record. We must also make it clear to Jim Gilchrist that he has just erased any positive contributions he may have made in the past to the immigration enforcement movement by lending his support to an 'Illegal Alien's best friend'.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Beverly:
                <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Thanks, Bev. You just prooved my point. I believe you are the clueless moron. This board does say immigration discussion. The intent was for people to discuss the immigration process (legal or illegal), not for people like you to rant and show your true color. The only thing you are using this forum for is to promote your on hateful, venegeful agenda. It has nothing to do with fixing any problem. Nobody else will listen to you so you come here. You have found a few friends here who like to spread this kind of malicious bull. If this is truly the way you feel, I have a website for you.
                Try www.idexer.com, these people have the kind of board you need to post on. They talk about tracking down and killing people. You should fit right in.
                Of course LEGAL CITIZENS commit crimes, but is that supposed to justify the perpetual criminal activity of people who shouldn't even be here?

                Comparing apples to oranges certainly doesn't justify it either MORON. The point is if ILLEGAL ALIENS WERE NOT HERE, their culturally embedded crime sprees would not be an issue in America. We would not have to pay for their jail cells, meals, deportation, trial, interpreter and there would be no victims.

                As for your website referrals, save them for your own use, I am more than capable of finding whatever I need on the internet.
                DUH . . .

                I hope you all enjoy these holidays with your families. I know the illegals will, even though they and their children have to live in fear that immigration will show up instead of Santa. You all don't have to worry about that.
                Oh puleeze quit the woe is me whining. Illegal aliens have nobody to blame but themselves for breaking and entering. They are not invited house guest therefore we should not allow them to be comfortable. They need to go home where they won't have to live in fear since they choose not to then they are getting what they deserve. Your statement is the prime example of why we want these co-dependent self appointed victims out of here, evertything is always somebody elses fault and responsibility. At what point do they grow up and take responsibility for themselves and the generations that they are breeding and passing their dysfunctional neediness along to? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>


                I said that was my last post but I just can't resist showing my side the way you do. After this, I will not even read your response.

                I have a question for you Bev. Are you afraid you won't get your gov't money this month? After all it used to be black women were the ones who were the breeding ground. Popping out more babies just so they could get gov't benefits. Maybe that is your real problem with these people. Are they taking your gov't cheese?

                Please everyone feel free to call me a racist. My words are no different than Bev's. So if I'm one so is she.

                Hey Bev, look no whining.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by djim:
                  <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Beverly:
                  <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Thanks, Bev. You just prooved my point. I believe you are the clueless moron. This board does say immigration discussion. The intent was for people to discuss the immigration process (legal or illegal), not for people like you to rant and show your true color. The only thing you are using this forum for is to promote your on hateful, venegeful agenda. It has nothing to do with fixing any problem. Nobody else will listen to you so you come here. You have found a few friends here who like to spread this kind of malicious bull. If this is truly the way you feel, I have a website for you.
                  Try www.idexer.com, these people have the kind of board you need to post on. They talk about tracking down and killing people. You should fit right in.
                  Of course LEGAL CITIZENS commit crimes, but is that supposed to justify the perpetual criminal activity of people who shouldn't even be here?

                  Comparing apples to oranges certainly doesn't justify it either MORON. The point is if ILLEGAL ALIENS WERE NOT HERE, their culturally embedded crime sprees would not be an issue in America. We would not have to pay for their jail cells, meals, deportation, trial, interpreter and there would be no victims.

                  As for your website referrals, save them for your own use, I am more than capable of finding whatever I need on the internet.
                  DUH . . .

                  I hope you all enjoy these holidays with your families. I know the illegals will, even though they and their children have to live in fear that immigration will show up instead of Santa. You all don't have to worry about that.
                  Oh puleeze quit the woe is me whining. Illegal aliens have nobody to blame but themselves for breaking and entering. They are not invited house guest therefore we should not allow them to be comfortable. They need to go home where they won't have to live in fear since they choose not to then they are getting what they deserve. Your statement is the prime example of why we want these co-dependent self appointed victims out of here, evertything is always somebody elses fault and responsibility. At what point do they grow up and take responsibility for themselves and the generations that they are breeding and passing their dysfunctional neediness along to? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>


                  I said that was my last post but I just can't resist showing my side the way you do. After this, I will not even read your response.

                  I have a question for you Bev. Are you afraid you won't get your gov't money this month? After all it used to be black women were the ones who were the breeding ground. Popping out more babies just so they could get gov't benefits. Maybe that is your real problem with these people. Are they taking your gov't cheese?

                  Please everyone feel free to call me a racist. My words are no different than Bev's. So if I'm one so is she.

                  Hey Bev, look no whining. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

                  Is that all you've got? I know you can't resist my charm. In light of the fact that you know absolutely nothing about me but the truth about you and your peeps is all over the internet drawing backlash of epic proportions, you need to be packing up your poncho and running for the border.

                  Sweetie I have never been on any government payroll, nor has the government ever subsidized me in any area of my life. I've worked since I was 16 years old, am college educated and have been a Legal Assistant at a major lawfirm in Chicago for a couple of decades now. I've got my own office, flex hours, I work at home 2 days a week and in two weeks I'll be getting my big FAT annual bonus. You on the other hand will still be whining and praying for amnesty and feeling lucky if you don't get deported.

                  Your comment about "it used to be black women on welfare"? I'm sure plenty of American Women of all races still are. Throughout the history of America there have been AMERICAN WOMEN of all races on welfare but they are AMERICANS, so your point is? Oh, wait, totally moot and its RACIST. Comparing the breeding habits of American women to those of illegal alien breed mares? once again comparing apples to oranges. American women have never run across the borders of Messyhole or any other cesspool in full blown labor praying they cross the finish line before their 50th anchor baby slides out of their over ginormous crotch they haven't seen since they were 8 years old.

                  And sorry but you are still indeed a whiney, drooling crybaby. I know you can't help the fact that it's culturally embedded you've been doing it your entire life. No amount of personal attacks hurled my way will change the facts. Now whip out your bandana, blow your nose and wipe those tears, I'm sure you look pretty disgusting right about now.
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