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WARNING: Be 'extremely' vigilant in Dec.

On Monday US officials confirmed that 42 people who managed to cross on Sunday had been arrested, accused of disturbing the peace and other charges.

And Gerardo Garcia Benavente, of Mexico's migration office, said: "98 foreigners were returned to their country last night following the violent incident at the border post."

Who are the migrants?

Tension has been running high on the US-Mexican border since the arrival of almost 7,500 migrants over the past weeks.

They have traveled in large groups, dubbed "caravans", for more than 2,500 miles from Central America and most want to reach the United States, where they say they plan to ask for asylum.

What did Mexico say?

Mexico's interior ministry said that, "far from helping their objectives", the migrants' actions had violated the legal migration framework and could have led to a "serious incident".

The ministry also said on Sunday it has deported 11,000 Central Americans since 19 October, when this influx of migrants first entered the country.

President Donald J. Trump Stands with the Victims of Illegal Alien Crime


It’s time to support our police, to protect our families, and to save American lives.

President Donald J. Trump SUPPORTING ANGEL FAMILIES: President Donald J. Trump is hearing firsthand from the American families who have lost loved ones to illegal alien crime.

  • President Donald J. Trump is meeting with “Angel families,” who have lost loved ones to illegal alien crime.

  • The Trump Administration created the Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement (VOICE) Office in order to support the victims and families affected by illegal alien crime.

  • U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement launched the VOICE Office in April 2017, following an Executive Order by the President calling for its creation.

  • The VOICE Office operates a hotline to connect victims with social services and, when possible, assist them in obtaining immigration information regarding the offender.

  • The VOICE Office has released a new report that includes case studies explaining how they were able to assist victims who contacted them.

  • A 2011 Government Accountability Office report found nearly 3 million offenses tied to criminal aliens, including:

  • More than 25,000 homicide offenses.

  • More than 42,000 robbery offenses.

  • Nearly 70,000 sex crime offenses.

  • Nearly 15,000 kidnapping offenses.

  • In Texas alone, more than 250,000 criminal aliens have been arrested and charged with over 600,000 criminal offenses within the last seven years.

  • In fiscal year 2017, more than 8,000 criminal illegal aliens in police custody were released back into our communities as a result of sanctuary policies.

PROTECTING COMMUNITIES FROM MS-13: Gangs like MS-13 have taken advantage of our porous borders and broken immigration system.

  • MS-13 has exploited the influx of Unaccompanied Alien Children (UACs) entering the United States in order to bolster its ranks.

  • Federal authorities are not able to quickly remove illegal alien gang members based on their membership in a gang.

  • In May 2015, U.S. Border Patrol apprehended a UAC who was later released into American communities.

  • The illegal alien was arrested in November 2017 in connection with the MS-13 related killing of a man who was stabbed over 100 times and decapitated.

  • In December 2014, U.S. Border Patrol apprehended a UAC who was later released into American communities.

  • In July 2017, the same illegal alien was listed as a known MS-13 gang member and placed on the State of Texas’ 10 Most Wanted list.

  • The illegal alien has been arrested and is awaiting trial for the murder of two individuals.

  • In December 2013, U.S. Border Patrol apprehended a UAC who was later released into American communities.

  • In September 2016, the same illegal alien was one of 11 MS-13 gang members involved in the killing of teenage girls in Long Island, NY.


Today, I am sharing a story from one of my subscribers of PWA. His niece was the victim of a Turkish citizen in 2001, and had this crime occurred in recent times, most likely he would be walking freely waiting to attack his next victim.

Deniz Aydiner, a Turkish citizen linked by DNA to the 2001 sexual assault and murder of University of Portland student Kate Johnson, was sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole after 37 years after pleading no contest last week. If parole is granted, he is to be immediately deported to his native Turkey, according to the agreement. By early 2003, with no firm leads, a team of four detectives widened the scope of the investigation, seeking oral swabs for DNA evidence from others who had contact with Johnson and were on campus at the time.

In February 2003, Aydiner, a former university student who had been an acquaintance of Johnson's, fell within that group, and police said he voluntarily agreed to let detectives take a swab.

DNA evidence obtained from a stain on a pillowcase in Johnson's room and from a swab taken from her right wrist matched Aydiner's DNA profile.

By then, Aydiner had left the country and was in Turkey; his U.S. business visa also had expired, but he wanted to return to the U.S. to be with his wife, according to court documents.

Federal agencies assisted police to make sure Aydiner obtained the necessary visa to return to the United States. He was arrested Jan. 16, 2004, at the airport. Johnson, 21 at the time of her death, was murdered inside her Mehling Hall dorm room on the University of Portland campus, May 29, 2001. Aydiner, 32, also agreed to perform confidential 'obligations' in a deal reached with Johnson's family. Prosecutors said the clause, the details of which were sealed, was key to arriving at the plea deal. A police investigation revealed Aydiner had burglarized three rooms in the same Mehling Hall dormitory where Johnson was killed during spring break 2001, more than two months before her death. A dormitory master key had been stolen. Public safety officers and resident assistants told investigators that the university had started changing locks on the interior dorm rooms but hadn't finished before Johnson's killing. Friends found Johnson, sexually assaulted and strangled. She had moved into the dormitory two weeks earlier to work as a residence hall monitor for summer session. Kate Johnson was born in Hillsboro and grew up in Vancouver, Wash. She graduated from Evergreen High School. She was a music education major at the University of Portland, and had student-taught to prepare herself for a job as a high school band teacher and volunteered for Habitat for Humanity. Detectives, seeking DNA evidence from those who had contact with Johnson and were on campus at the time, put Aydiner on their watch list in February 2003. Under a 24-page agreement Aydiner pleaded no contest to 10 counts of aggravated murder, one count of first-degree sex abuse, one count of attempted rape; two counts of first-degree sodomy and four counts of burglary. Three of the burglary charges stem from break-ins to three other students' dorm rooms in Mehling Hall during spring break 2001. Given two years credit for time already served in jail, Aydiner will be eligible for parole in 35 years. He will be eligible to petition for parole only if he adheres to all terms of the plea deal and shows good behavior in prison. If paroled, he will be immediately deported to Turkey and can never become a U.S. citizen. He will also have to register as a sex offender and remain on post-prison supervision the rest of his life. Aydiner's attorney had argued that he did not knowingly and voluntarily provide an oral swab for DNA purposes because police were not forthright about how it could impact his immigration status. In a tape-recorded phone call with a Portland detective, Aydiner expressed concerns about his immigration status and the police said the request for his DNA had nothing to do with that. His lawyer argues that while police were seeking it for a criminal case, it clearly could affect his immigration, according to court records. Aydiner's lawyer appealed the decision to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on the grounds that law enforcement violated international law by luring Aydiner back from Turkey in 2004 to arrest him.

The Oregon Court of Appeals rejected his claim that Portland police violated an extradition treaty by using "trickery and deceit" to get him to return to Portland where he was charged in the death of Kate Johnson.

In August 2006, Aydiner's attorneys filed an appeal, claiming the tactics used by police violated the extradition treaty between the U.S. and Turkey.

The Oregon Court of Appeals, citing a 1992 U.S. Supreme Court ruling on extradition treaties, rejected the argument.

What do you think the outcome of Aydiner's appeal would be today? The appeal took place in 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Given the behavior of the sitting judges in that court today, this man most likely would be walking free by now.

This video today started with issues of the migrant caravan coming in from the Southern US border. But what about our Northern US border? We need a Wall on both borders!

President Trump keeps talking about the threat from the U.S.-Mexico border. But he may be looking in the wrong direction. FBI reports reviewed by The Daily Beast reveal that far more suspected terrorists try to enter the country from the northern border with Canada than from the south.

Seven FBI Terrorist Screening Center “monthly domestic encounter reports” dating from April 2014 to August 2016 detail the number, type, and location of encounters with known or suspected terrorists across the United States. The encounters are based on information in various watch-list databases. In all seven reports, the numbers of encounters at land border crossings were higher in northern states than southern

This important information was sent to me from a friend who lives in Canada. She has asked if I will share this with bikers and hunters in America along with media information sources. I'm not sure how she knows this pertinent information, but I am compelled to share it. This is important information to get to those with the power and authority to investigate. So, please share this video with anyone you may know who can confirm or deny this message. She states:

The Greyhound buses that have transported Canadians all over Canada for over 50 years have all been taken off the roads here in Canada. When you combine that with the fact that Prime Minister Trudeau placed 3,000 Middle Eastern men at Cold Lake; a military training camp in northern Alberta three years ago, it is concerning that Trudeau may actually be attempting a northern border attack using Middle Eastern Migrants trained at his military camps in Northern Alberta. Trudeau was funded by the Clinton's and Soros and may have enough gall to use these trained migrants to attack the Northern towns of USA.

The issue is how invested is Trudeau to the Clinton's and Soros.

Trump tweeted this:

Clinton Foundation donations drop 42% - which shows that they illegally played the power game. They monetized their political influence through the Foundation. “During her tenure the State Department was put in the service of the Clinton Foundation.” Andrew McCarthy


Everything stated has a purpose. Think timing of Tweet (above) v last drops [HouseOfCards] re: Maggie NYT re: WL 'Maggie' drops re: WL attack re: 'Q' Do you believe in coincidences? Be 'extremely' vigilant in Dec. See something. Say something. EXTREME PANIC IN [DC] WWG1WGA! Q


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