[Beitbart] An illegal alien out of jail on bail in New Mexico is now accused of beheading a man and then kicking the man’s head around like a soccer ball, Breitbart News has learned.
That’s the kind of thing the Mexican narco gangs do...
Joel Arciniega-Saenz, a 25-year-old illegal alien, was indicted by a grand jury this week after being arrested for allegedly murdering 51-year-old James Garcia in Dona Ana County, New Mexico, the day after Father’s Day.
According to court records obtained by KTSM 9 News, Arciniega-Saenz is accused of decapitating Garcia before mutilating the rest of his body and kicking his head around like a soccer ball. At the time of the murder, Arciniega-Saenz was out on bail, according to Las Cruces Sun-News.
When arrested after Garcia’s mutilated body was found 10 yards from his head, Arciniega-Saenz allegedly confessed to the murder, telling investigators that he was seeking revenge because he believed Garcia had raped his wife four years prior.
They do that in narco gangs, too. What odds both parties are illegals and gang members?
At the park where Garcia’s body was found, Arciniega-Saenz allegedly confessed to confronting the man before stabbing him with a switchblade, decapitating him, and then playing “soccer with his head,” according to an affidavit.
Arciniega-Saenz allegedly told investigators he kicked Garcia’s decapitated head at about 14 vehicles nearby.
CBS 4 News reported that Arciniega-Saenz had an extensive criminal record. In 2017, he was accused of first-degree murder but a year later, the charges were dropped. In May, Arciniega-Saenz was arrested when he was caught throwing rocks at businesses.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) seemingly confirmed to Breitbart News that Arciniega-Saenz is an illegal alien in the United States with an ICE detainer on him, requesting that local authorities do not release him from jail until they can assume custody.
“Under federal law, ICE has the authority to lodge immigration detainers with law enforcement partners who have custody of individuals arrested on criminal charges and who ICE has probable cause to believe are removable noncitizens,” an ICE official told Breitbart News.
“The detainer form asks the other law enforcement agency to notify ICE in advance of release and to maintain custody of the noncitizen for a brief period of time so that ICE can take custody of that person in a safe and secure setting upon release from that agency’s custody,” the official said.
Arciniega-Saenz is being held at the Dona Ana County Detention Center without bail.
[Just-the-News] Larry Sanger laments overwhelming sourcing to "globalist, progressive mainstream sources" and says site has become "an opponent of vigorous democracy."
Larry Sanger, the co-founder of Wikipedia, is warning that the online encyclopedia has become too one-sided and overloaded with liberal sources in a way that harms democracy.
"In short, and with few exceptions, only globalist, progressive mainstream sources — and sources friendly to globalist progressivism — are permitted," Sanger wrote on his website in an article last week headlined "Wikipedia is more one-sided than ever."
"It is not too far to say that Wikipedia, like many other deeply biased institutions of our brave new digital world, has made itself into a kind of thought police that has de facto shackled conservative viewpoints with which they disagree," he added. "Democracy cannot thrive under such conditions: I maintain that Wikipedia has become an opponent of vigorous democracy."
Sanger cited as examples the entries for Black Lives Matter, the 2020 election, former President Donald Trump's two impeachments, and other politically divisive topics.
He also lamented that conservative sites like Fox News, the New York Post, and the Federalist are banned as official sources.
"Those might be contrarian or conservative, but they are hardly 'radical'; they are still mainstream," he wrote. "So, how on earth can such viewpoints ever be given an airing on Wikipedia? Answer: often, they cannot, not if there are no 'reliable sources' available to report about them."
[Epoch News] "Made in China" is a phrase with which all U.S. consumers are intimately familiar.
In past decades, that term referred to major branded products sold at U.S. stores manufactured by factories located in China. For example, a Matchbox car bought from Toys "R" Us and made in China by Mattel. Today, U.S. consumers are increasingly purchasing Chinese-branded products from Chinese stores directly over the internet, and both Beijing and the world’s largest online retailer—Amazon.com—have been facilitating that trend. Sure - they make money on every transaction.
On Amazon, 50 percent of all global sellers are based in China, according to data from Marketplace Pulse, a website that provides e-commerce market data. Those sellers store their goods and products in the United States at Amazon’s warehouses, so the items are shipped domestically and qualify for fast "Prime" shipping—also dubbed as the "Fulfillment by Amazon" program. Amazon dot commie.
On paper, it shouldn’t be shocking that many products on Amazon are from China. But there’s a transparency concern. Since the sellers all market their products on Amazon’s local e-commerce websites, consumers may be unaware that they’re purchasing their products directly from Chinese stores.
Amazon has also actively courted Chinese sellers.
Amazon has built a Chinese-language website specifically catering to Chinese sellers, offering tutorials and guidance on setting up storefronts. Amazon also holds "seller conferences" in several cities across China to gather current and potential sellers for education and networking sessions.
The Seattle-based giant doesn’t disclose the number of gross sales made by third parties (non-Amazon sales) or the number of sales made by Chinese third-party sellers, so the magnitude of China-originated sales is unknown. A representative from Amazon declined to provide China-based sales numbers in an emailed statement.
Posted by: Bobby ||
07/06/2021 00:00 ||
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Yeah, go Seattle, tax the umph out of them. [much like the old line - why can't both of them lose?]
I was shopping for a chain made in this country. That turned out to be challenging. Turns out that many of the chainsaws you'd think were made in the USA, have parts made in China, and other parts of the far East.
There is some evidence that the presence of water on Mars and the higher U235 concentration in the past could have created natural Martian nuclear reactors:https://t.co/8WsIiIEKFz They could have 'explosively disassembled' and left behind a thin layer of radioactive isotopes. pic.twitter.com/JoUnQq4xN0
[WesternJournal] According to a Military.com report, "early data shows nearly half of female soldiers can't pass the [equity fitness] test and might face being removed from service once it becomes official next year."
The Army is now considering a return to gender-specific fitness standards....
Army officials testifying before a House Appropriations Committee subpanel meeting last month proposed a solution to this dilemma: separating scores by gender so that men and women are not compared to each other.
Not only is there going to be a run on nylons, but all the transgender troops, as they awaken from their surgeries (and perform fitness tests in high heels) will want to be tested with the easier criteria.
How does the House Appropriations Committee propose to deal with this?
...I've always thought that when it came time to downsize the Army, teams of retired officers and NCO should be mobilized to go to every command to do the annual weigh in. Warrant Officer techs recalled to calibrate/validate the equipment used. Those more than 5% above the limit process for early separation. That would be followed by a second review of all the records of those to be separated for any rater who stipulated that the individual met standards. That would be the second wave of separations for false official statements.
My older brother, before he retired, was rather sarcastic about the US Navy deciding that "physical strength wasn't that necessary". Why would you want an able bodied seamanperson be able to carry a wounded sailor by themselves to safety? Needing two sailors should be okay, right, Right?
BBC:A huge explosion has been seen off the coast of Azerbaijan in the Caspian Sea, sending plumes of black smoke and flames into the sky. The blast, which erupted in an area full of oil and gas fields on Sunday, was caused by a mud volcano, the government says. None of the oil farms were damaged and no-one was hurt. Mud volcanoes are formed underground by water, minerals and flammable gases, which can ignite when they erupt.
What I expected, despite it being Harris County, it's still Texas. Yeah you occasionally get some BLM types on juries but the Hispanic population here is very much pro-self defense, especially in regards to kids.
[WashingtonGazette] Of America’s 46 presidents, only one shares a birthday with the country itself—and he was a mighty fine one at that. Calvin Coolidge, our 30th, was born on July 4, 1872. In the summer of 2023, we will note the centennial of his assuming the presidency but it’s never too soon or too late to celebrate this remarkable man.
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[REGNUM] At least five Bad Guys were killed in a major military operation that began in southeastern Colombia, the Colombian army's press office reported on July 5.
We are talking about members of the "Second Marketalia" group, which consists of former fighters of the rebel organization "Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia FARC or FARC-EP, is either a Marxist-Leninist revolutionary guerrilla organization or a drug cartel based in Colombia. It claims to represent the rural poor in a struggle against Colombia's wealthier classes, and opposes United States influence in Colombia, neo-imperialism, monopolization of natural resources by multinational corporations, and the usual raft of complaints. It funds itself principally through ransom kidnappings, taxation of the drug trade, extortion, shakedowns, and donations. It has lately begun calling itself Bolivarian and is greatly admired by Venezuela's President-for-Life Chavez, who seemingly fantasizes about living in the woods and kidnapping people himself. He provides FARC with safe areas along the border. " (FARC). The army attacked their camp in the village of Guayaba (municipality of San Vicente del Caguan).
For the attack, the military used ground units and aircraft. During the operation, two members of the group were also captured. Weapons and ammunition were seized from them.
As reported by IA REGNUM , in mid-May, former FARC leader Jesus Santrich was killed in Venezuela ...a country in Central America that sits on an enormous pool of oil. Formerly the most prospereous country in the region, it became infested with Commies sniffing almost unlimited wealth. It turned out the wealth wasn't unlimited, the economy collapsed under the clownish Hugo Chavez, the murder rate exceeded places like Honduras and El Salvador. A significant proportion of the populace refugeed to Colombia and points south... . The rebel's associates blamed the Colombian military for his murder.
...This was a quiet, direct warning from our Japanese friends. I'd say the Chinese would be wise to heed it, but I suspect they're beyond rational geopolitical thought right now.
This will not end well.
Posted by: Mike Kozlowski ||
07/06/2021 6:34 Comments ||
Well, the Chinese keep the fires warming about the last the clash with Japan, wherein a smaller Japanese army dominated a good portion of China. However, you could interpret the comment is directed to the Junta in Washington that 'no, you are not going to get away with just doing hand wringing if China does act, mumble and equivocate'.
Four of the top countries for COVID vax rates are Seychelles, Chile, Bahrain and Mongolia. All primarily used Chinese formulas. All are among the top15 for new viral outbreaks (Seychelles and Mongolia are ranked 1 and 2). #eekhttps://t.co/kuwEYEHYIK
[DAILYTIMES.PK] Hackers were on Monday demanding $70 million in bitcoin in exchange for data stolen during an attack on a US IT company that has shuttered hundreds of Swedish supermarkets.Researchers believe more than 1,000 companies could have been affected by the attack on Miami-based firm Kaseya, which provides IT services to some 40,000 businesses around the world. The FBI ...Formerly one of the world's premier criminal investigation organizations, something for a nation to be proud of. Now it's a political arm of the Deep State oligarchy that is willing to trump up charges, suppress evidence, or take out insurance policies come election time... warned Sunday that the scale of the "ransomware" attack — a form of digital hostage-taking where hackers encrypt victims’ data and then demand money for restored access — is so large that it may be "unable to respond to each victim individually". Sweden’s Coop supermarket chain was among the most high-profile victims, with "a majority" of their 800 stores still closed three days after the hack paralysed its cash registers, front man Kevin Bell told AFP. Coop is not a direct customer of Kaseya’s, but its IT subcontractor Visma Esscom was hit by the attack. Bell stressed that the situation was looking "positive compared to a few days ago", but the few hundred stores that have reopened were relying on alternative payment solutions, such as customers paying using their smartphones.
Experts believe the attack was probably carried out by REvil, a Russian-speaking hacking group known as a prolific perpetrator of ransomware attacks. A post on Happy Blog, a site on the dark web previously associated with the group, grabbed credit for the attack and said it had infected "more than a million systems". The FBI believes that REvil, which also goes by the name Sodinokibi, was behind a ransomware attack last month on global meat-processing giant JBS, which ended up paying $11 million in bitcoin to the hackers. The blog post claiming responsibility for the Kaseya attack said the hackers would post a decryption tool online "so everyone will be able to recover from attack in less than an hour" — if they were handed $70 million in bitcoin.
...that has shuttered hundreds of Swedish supermarkets.
Why? Oh, that's right. You 'saved' so much money by doing away with clerks who knew the price of the products or stockers who put little price tags on everything for automated systems. The old system where just providing them hand calculators could keep the store open. Then again the item tracking would be lost and the automated books couldn't be run to pay taxes but require an accountant to do. However, now you are closed and in effect out of business.
Good IT practices are like a fire department. You usually don't need one but then its too late if don't have one.
The story going around now is that they have lowered their "ask", possibly getting antsy:
The other story going are is "how much would it cost to have the ruskya mafya to just whack you and be done with it?"
Posted by: ed in texas ||
07/06/2021 20:29 Comments ||
"how much would it cost to have the ruskya mafya to just whack you and be done with it?"
This is something I was wondering the other day. Nothing personal, just bidness. Governments are either constrained, useless, or in on the deal. Private contractors to the rescue!
The IRS has been facing what the NTA described as 'a perfect storm'.
Despite severe cuts over the last decade, the IRS had to issue a third round of economic relief payments, implement new rules affecting unemployment benefits, and new guidelines for eligibility around other tax credits.
The IRS is also now responsible for new child benefits
But the Pubs are said to be at fault, because they won't pass a bill that includes more funding for the IRS -- which apparently can only be included within bloated, budget-busting, something-for-everyone bills.
I say, the IRS (and the people) are being held hostage by the Dem-controlled Congress.
[DAILYTIMES.PK] Widespread protest was registered in different towns of Tharparkar district against the failure of Thar police to arrest the killers of Dodo Bheel and the subsequent brutal torture on the protesters and journalists by police under the supervision of SSP.
People from different walks of life staged the demonstrations in various towns again on Monday to register their protest against the unabated police atrocities of the police both against protesting relatives of the victim and journalists, who went to cover the demonstrations staged by BIF and other parties in Islamkot town late Sunday night.
During the shelling and baton charge as many as eight journalists including Imtiaz Dharani, Jhaman Misrani, Sadiq Bajeer, Junaid Azd, Ghazi Bajeer, Sudheer Rathore, Sadiq Bajeerand others sustained injuries.
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Posted by: Fred ||
07/06/2021 00:00 ||
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A multi-volume chronology and reference guide set detailing three years of the Mexican Drug War between 2010 and 2012.
Rantburg.com and borderlandbeat.com correspondent and author Chris Covert presents his first non-fiction work detailing
the drug and gang related violence in Mexico.
Chris gives us Mexican press dispatches of drug and gang war violence
over three years, presented in a multi volume set intended to chronicle the death, violence and mayhem which has
dominated Mexico for six years.