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Old 12-14-2007, 03:39 PM
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Waitress Talks About Restaurant Murders

GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) After making one arrest, police continue their search for two men wanted in the shooting deaths of two brothers inside a High Point Rd. restaurant Saturday, Dec. 8.



Alejandro Enrique Umana, 23, was arrested in Charlotte on Wednesday. He is charged with two counts of murder. Police believe he is a member of the MS-13 gang.

Manuel and Ruben Salinas were regular customers at Las Jarochitas restaurant. The owners said the brothers came in to eat there at least three times a week.

Witnesses said the pair was trying to stop any trouble before it happened.

"Everything was okay until these people show up," said Jasmine Dinwiddle, a waitress, referring to Umana and his two friends. She said she left about 90 minutes before the shooting.

Restaurant employees told FOX8 News they refused to serve Umana and his friends drinks and told them they couldn't smoke, hoping the three would leave.

Employees said the three were at the door, ready to leave, when the Salinas brothers told the waitresses they should call police. Witnesses said Ruben Salinas reached for a phone and acted like he was calling police when Umana turned around, pulled out a weapon and shot and killed the brothers.

Police do not know whether the two men with Umana are affiliated with MS-13.

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Justice Department Releases MS-13 Threat Assessment

Justice Department Releases MS-13 Threat Assessment

They've severed the fingers of their rivals with machetes...brutally murdered suspected informants, including a 17-year-old pregnant federal witness...attacked and threatened law enforcement officers...committed a string of rapes, assaults, break-ins, auto thefts, extortions, and frauds across the US...gotten involved in everything from drug and firearms trafficking to prostitution and money laundering...and are sowing violence and discord not just here in the US but around the world.

MS-13 members perpetrate violencefrom assaults to homicides, using firearms, machetes, or blunt objectsto intimidate rival gangs, law enforcement, and the general public. They often target middle and high school students for recruitment. And they form tenuous alliances...and sometimes vicious rivalries...with other criminal groups, depending on their needs at the time.

Who are they? Members of Mara Salvatrucha, better known as MS-13, who are mostly Salvadoran nationals or first generation Salvadoran-Americans, but also Hondurans, Guatemalans, Mexicans, and other Central and South American immigrants. And according to our recent national threat assessment of this growing, mobile street gang, they could be operating in your community...now or in the near future.

Based on information from our own investigations, from our state and local law enforcement partners, and from community organizations, weÂve concluded that while the threat posed by MS-13 to the US as a whole is at the "medium" level, membership in parts of the country is so concentrated that we've labeled the threat level there "high."

Here are some other highlights from the FBI's MS-13 threat assessment:

MS-13 operates in at least 42 states and the District of Columbia and has about 6,000-10,000 members nationwide. Currently, the threat is highest in the western and northeastern parts of the country, which coincides with elevated Salvadoran immigrant populations in those areas. In the southeast and central regions, the current threat is moderate to low, but recently, we've seen an influx of MS-13 members into the southeast, causing an increase in violent crimes there.

MS-13 members engage in a wide range of criminal activity, including drug distribution, murder, rape, prostitution, robbery, home invasions, immigration offenses, kidnapping, carjackings/auto thefts, and vandalism. Most of these crimes, you'll notice, have one thing in commonthey are exceedingly violent. And while most of the violence is directed toward other MS-13 members or rival street gangs, innocent citizens often get caught in the crossfire.

MS-13 is expanding its membership at a "moderate" rate through recruitment and migration. Some MS-13 members move to get jobs or to be near family memberscurrently, the southeast and the northeast are seeing the largest increases in membership. MS-13 often recruits new members by glorifying the gang lifestyle (often on the Internet, complete with pictures and videos) and by absorbing smaller gangs.

Speaking of employment, MS-13 members typically work for legitimate businesses by presenting false documentation. They primarily pick employers that don't scrutinize employment documents, especially in the construction, restaurant, delivery service, and landscaping industries.

Right now, MS-13 has no official national leadership structure. MS-13 originated in Los Angeles, but when members migrated eastward, they began forming cliques that for the most part operated independently. These cliques, though, often maintain regular contact with members in other regions to coordinate recruitment/criminal activities and to prevent conflicts. We do believe that Los Angeles gang members have an elevated status among their MS-13 counterparts across the country, a system of respect that could potentially evolve into a more organized national leadership structure.

The FBI has been placing more and more resources on the front lines of the MS-13 problem. There are an estimated 10,000 MS-13 gang members in the US and five times as many in the countries that attended the conference.

In 2004, the FBI created the MS-13 National Gang Task Force. In 2005, the FBI helped create a National Gang Information Center and outlined a National Gang Strategy for Congress. Last year, the MS-13 task force coordinated a series of arrests and crackdowns in the US and Central America that involved more than 6,000 police officers in five countries. Seventy-three suspects were arrested in the US; in all, more than 650 were taken into custody.
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Old 06-15-2008, 07:18 PM
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149 arrested in S.E. Texas crackdown on gangs
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A multiagency crackdown on Southeast Texas street gangs and other criminal activity led to the arrest of nearly 150 people last week, including 67 suspected gang members or associates, authorities said Sunday.

More than a dozen of those were allegedly members of the notorious Mara Salvatrucha organization, officials said.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents teamed with law enforcement agencies in Houston and seven other Texas cities to target gang members wanted on state charges or immigration violations, said Robert P. Rutt, special agent in charge of the ICE Office of Investigations in Houston.

The suspected gang members are associated with 22 organizations, au
thorities said, including the Mara Salvatrucha, aka MS-13, a violent street gang with roots in Central America and strong ties in Houston.

According to authorities, of the 67 arrested:

"ÃÆÃâÅÚÃForty-six were arrested on suspicion of immigration violations.
"ÃÆÃâÅÚÃTwenty were picked up on outstanding state arrest warrants and turned over to local authorities.
"ÃÆÃâÅÚÃOne was arrested on a federal drug arrest warrant.
Rutt said Sunday that 21 of the 67 arrested were U.S. citizens. ICE officials declined to release the names of those arrested in the six-day operation, which ended Saturday, citing "pending charges."

The operation is part of an ICE program called "Operation Community Shield," which involves partnerships with other federal, state and local agencies to target gang members. More than a dozen such agencies participated in the operation, including the sheriffs' offices for Harris and Montgomery counties and the Houston Police Department's Gang Task Force.


nRutt said the enforcement operation allowed ICE to use immigration status as a "force multiplier" for local agencies struggling with gangs.

In addition to those with suspected gang ties, the operation led to the arrests of 82 people for criminal or immigration violations not related to gang activity, authorities said, bringing the total number of people arrested to 149. ICE officials said those detained on immigration violations were from Mexico, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, Belize, Colombia and Pakistan.
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Old 12-16-2008, 07:55 PM
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United States Border Patrol agents who encountered a group of illegal entrants in the desert west of Casa Grande, found a member of a violent Central America gang and took him into custody.

The 27-year-old El Salvadoran man is a member of the notorious Mara Salvatrucha, also known as MS-13, said Senior Border Patrol Agent Dove Haber, a Border Patrol spokeswoman here.

The man, who was not named, was being held in federal custody for removal proceedings and possible prosecution.

He was convicted earlier in Virginia for identity theft and hit-and-run driving, Haber said.

She said federal records showed he also had been ordered deported from the United States at least once before.

His past was uncovered after he was picked up with other members of the group and agents ran his name through a computerized fingerprint database, the Border Patrol said.
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That's what happens when we allow these third world animals into our country, they immeadiately seek to turn it into the third world.
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James Elliot your right. MS13 is, now probably the most dangerous gang in America. They use scare tactics on youngersters to to get them in the gang. Then force them to do violence, on the public , to prove thier alliegeance. From theft to murder...
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MS-13 member gets 38 years for killing wrong man

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A Brooklyn federal judge sentenced a ruthless, unrepentant MS-13 street gang member to 38 years in prison for murdering the wrong man in a 2006 Christmas Eve revenge killing in Flushing, Queens.

Hector Portillo, 20, pleaded guilty last September to standing over the body of Pashad Gray and repeatedly firing bullet after bullet into the body of the man he mistakenly thought was a Bloods gang member who had previously stabbed him.

The diminutive street hood showed no remorse as he shifted restlessly and looked around the courtroom when Grays sister asked for an apology.

Can me and my family get an apology? Rynadia Whittingtondo asked Judge Sterling Johnson.

I gave him the opportunity, but he declined to speak, said Johnson when issuing his sentence. It would be good for his soul to do so. Whether its here in open court or locked behind bars, he has 38 years to [apologize].

Portillo, who has been part of the Central American-based gang since he was 11 years old, had also pleaded guilty to repeatedly stabbing another man that he had thought was badmouthing MS-13.
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'ATL's Most Violent Gang Decimated' In Bust
Posted: 2:52 pm EST March 4,2010
Updated: 5:31 pm EST March 4,2010

ATLANTA -- Authorities have unsealed a federal indictment charging 26 alleged members of a violent transnational street gang with racketeering and other crimes in the metro Atlanta area.

Acting U.S. Attorney Sally Yates said at a news conference Thursday that the men were all associated with the Mara Salvatrucha, or MS-13, gang, which has about 10,000 members in North America.

Law enforcement officials told Channel 2 Action News Reporter Richard Elliot that MS-13 was the most violent gang in Atlanta.

The indictment said the gang members participated in racketeering activity, including seven murders, 14 attempted murders, kidnapping and robbery in metro Atlanta.

Law enforcement officials told Elliot that the indictment "decimated the MS-13 in the Atlanta area"
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Come Back, Stonewall Jackson! Hispanic Gangs Invade Shenandoah Valley


By A.W. Morgan

[FONT="Arial" [Also by A.W. Morgan: That Mount Vernon Statement: Beltway Right Ignores Immigration (Again). But They Still Want Your Money]

The Shenandoah Valley is justly celebrated in American history as the place where Stonewall Jackson made his name driving back Northern invaders during the Civil War—in battles like Cross Keys and Port Republic.

But now, thanks to federal immigration policy, it has serious Hispanic gang problems, dating from the early 2000s.

About a year ago, a student at James Madison University was leaving the 7-Eleven on South Main Street in Harrisonburg, Va., to return to his apartment. It was 2 a.m., hardly an unusual time for a kid in the college town to walk the streets near campus.

Yet walking about the city that late is just as unsafe as it common. Three members of the Mexican SUR 13 gang attacked him, the city’s daily newspaper reported, and beat him unconscious.

They took $1 and a cell phone.[/SIZE]After the crime, a friend of the victim texted the cell phone, the newspaper reported, only to receive a scatological, threatening text in return—the printable part said [B]“South Side Sureneos run [/B]these 540 streets”. [Harrisonburg: gang-member’s sentence twice that of sentencing guideline recommendations, January 26, 2010]

540 is the area code for the Shenandoah Valley. Sureneos, (properly spelled Sureos) stands for SUR 13, one of the murderous gangs federal immigration authorities have permitted to spread nationwide because they are too terrified of organized Hispanics to close the borders.

Two of the feral culprits were convicted and landed in prison. But their cyberphonic claim isn’t far from the truth. Harrisonburg is turning into a scaled-down rural version of Los Angeles. Menacing young Hispanics run the streets and join gangs; racial gang fights with blacks are increasing. The cops can’t lock them up fast enough.

How fast is that? A judge sentenced the SUR-13 tough guys who battered the JMU student on Jan. 25, the local newspaper reported. The same day, he sentenced a member of the Crips, the African American gang. Last October, a judge sentenced a member of the rival African American Bloods gang unit out of Newport News, Va., in a drug shooting.

Harrisonburg had its first gang-related murder back in 2008. A young man connected to another unit of the Bloods was shot to death at a party near JMU’s campus. A criminal connected to that crime was involved in a gang attack in the county jail, the newspaper reported. He copped a plea and was released.

Across the Valley generally, the murder of Brenda Paz in 2003 was law enforcement’s first wake-up call. Paz was the MS-13 member found slashed to death in rural Meem’s Bottom near Woodstock, in Shenandoah County. So violent was the attack, The New York Times reported, the killers nearly severed her head. They stabbed her 16 times. She had agreed to testify against her gang friends.

As The Times explained it,
“The killing shook Shenandoah in ways that can be hard for urbanites to comprehend. For weeks following the discovery of [Brenda Paz], her murder was the talk of the towns along Route 11 in Virginia — from the dairy cooperative in Strasburg, to the C.E. Thompson & Son hardware store in Edinburg, to the old-fashioned lunch counter at the Walton & Smoot pharmacy in Woodstock, across Main Street from the sheriff's office.

This sort of thing simply did not happen in a place where many families trace their ancestries in the region to before the Civil War, where people still take the time to stop in on their neighbors, where few people say they feel the need to lock their front doors.

This was not Washington, 80 miles and a world away to the east. Folks here tended to worry more about copperheads and rattlesnakes than about knife-wielding murderers.” [Hillbangers, By Matthew Brzezinski, August 15, 2004]
But “knife-wielding murderers” who belong to gangs are indeed what folks in the Shenandoah Valley have to worry about now.

In 2005, law enforcement officials identified 100 gang members in Harrisonburg. Five years later, that number has jumped to 850 members and associates.

Among the gangs: SUR 13, the major Hispanic gang in Harrisonburg; MS 13; the Latin Kings.

A survey of area news reports shows that Hispanics are committing more than their fair share of the mayhem. Obvious conclusion: if they weren’t here, illegal or not, SUR-13 and MS-13 wouldn’t be here either.

Illegal immigration is such that local law enforcement is treading water to keep up with the workload. Harrisonburg and its surrounding county, Rockingham, have detailed three police officers and a sheriff's deputy to work full time on a gang task force.

Aside from the crimes listed above, authorities filed at least 225 gang charges in 2009, the local newspaper reported, including malicious wounding, robbery, arson, larceny, credit card fraud, and, of course, gun possession as a felon.

In November, a member of the Gangster Disciples was nailed on 46 charges. In October, a grand jury handed down an indictment with 71 counts against eight members of SUR-13 and one member of the Crips.

One of the first signs of gang activity is graffiti, or “taggings”, which marks a gang’s territory or presence. In June, the newspaper reported that police logged a major increase in taggings after gangs hit seven stores in Harrisonburg’s main shopping strip in a nice section of the city.

In 2007, gang graffiti and associated activity on the other side of town virtually ruined business in a small shopping center after an anchor store moved out. Gangs left their graffiti; prostitutes and public drinkers loitered in the parking lot. It became, the newspaper reported, “a gang-ridden hole” that terrified shoppers. Unsurprisingly, a night club catering to the city’s Hispanics had moved into the shopping center.

In 2006, city police nailed one MS-13 member because he was involved in a fender-bender, the newspaper reported. His gang tattoos tipped off police. In other words, gang members are brazen and don’t much try to hide who they are or what they are doing.

A side effect of the rise of Hispanic gangs has been something of a backlash among blacks. Gangs compete for territory. In at least one case, Hispanics have pushed blacks off their turf.

An open air drug market in Harrisonburg near an elementary school, which blacks once controlled, is now under Hispanic management. Or should we call that “Latino?” [VDARE.COM note: Some activists like Latino better than Hispanic, because "Hispanic" suggests Spain, which is "historically white." See Hispanics (Sorry, Latinos) Discover Racial Identity. What About Whites?, By Sam Francis, September 8, 2003]

The city’s crime problem took a major turn for the worse with illegal Hispanic — oops, ‘Latino’ — immigration, and black victims of Hispanic violence sometimes strike back to send a message.

Gangs are fighting elsewhere in the Valley as well. About 70 miles north Interstate-81 from Harrisonburg and closer to D.C., Winchester has much the same problem as Harrisonburg. A member of the Bloods landed a 5-year prison sentence in Winchester for targeting a home associated with a SUR 13 member.

In 2007, a local television station reported that Winchester was home to 500 gangbangers who had residents on “high alert”. The Bloods were largest gang with about 130 members, but the second largest was Sur-13 with 50-60 members. MS-13 boasted 30-40 members.

If the rate of increase in Harrisonburg holds true for Winchester, then the number of gang members there is also close to 850. So Harrisonburg and Winchester are now home to nearly 2,000 gang members. The number approaches the size of some small towns in the Valley—the population of Woodstock, the town where Brenda Paz was found sliced to pieces, is just 4,000.

In its story about gangs in the Valley after the murder of Brenda Paz, The Washington Post explained the situation succinctly:
“Law enforcement officials in the Shenandoah Valley say they believe sprawl from the inner suburbs is the main reason for an appearance in the last year or two of violent and largely Latino street gangs.

But there are other likely reasons, including a well-established community of Latino immigrants in which to blend, including thousands of Mexicans and Salvadorans drawn here for jobs in the poultry, plastics and construction industries.”[Gangs Find Bucolic New Turf in Va., By Michelle Boorstein, Washington Post, May 30, 2004]

The New York Times agreed:
“As far as law enforcement can tell, MS-13 gang members arrived on the scene in Shenandoah [County] early last year. For them, the Hispanic communities springing up around food-processing facilities across the country present an opportunity to expand their business interests — in particular, dealing methamphetamine — and to attract new members. (For now, the rise of rural gangs does not include African-American gangs, which remain based in large and midsize urban areas.)”

In other words, industries that draw large numbers of Hispanics, many of them illegal aliens, also draw gangs who exploit them and recruit new members, and as well move into an area that, for all intents and purposes, is open territory.

For example, Cargill Meat Solutions in Dayton, Va., just outside Harrisonburg, was the target of a federal immigration raid in 2008. ICE officials nailed a former employee who was part of a nationwide ring manufacturing and selling phony identification using the Ohio Department of Motor Vehicles. [Affidavit: Cargill Knowingly Hired Illegally Documented Workers, WHSV.com, PM Apr 22, 2009]

Nearly three dozen illegals working at the facility reportedly obtained fake identification through the ring. And authorities believed nearly 375 employees, 25 percent of the plant’s workforce of 1,459, were illegal aliens. [Federal Identity Fraud Trial in Harrisonburg, WHSV.com, April 20, 2009]
Illegal aliens in particular and immigration in general is a major issue — and expense — for taxpayers. Harrisonburg’s newspaper reported in October that 13 percent of residents in 2008 were foreign born, and 78 percent of those were not citizens. And 81 percent of surrounding Rockingham County’s 3,659 foreign-born residents were not citizens.

Naturally, their children must be educated, so city and county schools are spending millions on English-As-A-Second-Language programs. In May, the local newspaper reported that 1,751 of the city’s 4,232 students, about 41 percent, require ESL at a cost of more than $1,400 a head.

At $2.45 million for ESL in the city alone, taxpayers are groaning under the weight of immigrants without counting the crime. At least 75 percent of ESL spending targets Hispanics.

Needless to say, officials told the newspaper, “we embrace the diversity”. Yeah, right. Whether the Valley’s white and black families whose ancestors have lived there since the late 18th century embrace all this diversity, we are not given to know. We do know they have not been asked.

Gangs aside, immigrants caused myriad other problems. Prosecutors frequently jail Hispanic males who beat their wives and molest children. Because many of the victims are illegal aliens, prosecuting the offender becomes problematic because the victims fear deportation.

That poses a real problem for prosecutors. No human being deserves to be raped or otherwise molested, regardless of immigration status. But if a victim is an illegal alien, it affords a measure of protection for the rapist or molester.

And as with illegals in other cities, immigrants in the Shenandoah Valley drink, drive and kill, and they are frequently involved in shootings and other violence.

In July, 2008, the newspaper reported, sheriff’s deputies arrested 600 foreigners, a third of them illegals. And in just seven months prior to March 2008, local authorities turned 72 illegal alien criminals over to federal authorities via the 287g program that coordinates federal and state efforts to collar and deport illegal alien criminals.


In September 2007, the newspaper reported that just several weeks of cooperation between the county sheriff’s department and ICE netted 38 illegal aliens sitting in jail. At the time, the county sheriff said monitoring illegal aliens could be a full-time job for more than one person. In short, illegal alien crime is such that local law enforcement is treading water to keep up with the workload.

The newspaper doesn’t appear to have published numbers for 2009. But one needn’t be a pessimist to know things haven’t much improved. Nothing, after all, has changed with border enforcement.

In early February, Immigration and Customs Enforcements picked up a dozen of Harrisonburg and Rockingham’s “criminal aliens” in a wide-ranging raid of employers here and in Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C.

Presumably, the authorities will deport them. And local law enforcement officials want the illegals kept out once they are deported. But like a successful second marriage, this expectation may be the triumph of hope over experience.

Where is Stonewall Jackson when we need him? [COLOR="black"](SIR, HE IS NO LONGER WELCOME AND WOULD BE JAILED FASTER THAN MS 13 GANG MEMBERS.) [/COLOR]

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The killing shook Shenandoah in ways that can be hard for urbanites to comprehend. For weeks following the discovery of [Brenda Paz], her murder was the talk of the towns along Route 11 in Virginia from the dairy cooperative in Strasburg, to the C.E. Thompson & Son hardware store in Edinburg, to the old-fashioned lunch counter at the Walton & Smoot pharmacy in Woodstock, across Main Street from the sheriff's office.

This sort of thing simply did not happen in a place where many families trace their ancestries in the region to before the Civil War, where people still take the time to stop in on their neighbors, where few people say they feel the need to lock their front doors.
Obviously, a very White, racist community that doesn't know how to embrace diversity and celebrate the cultural contributions of the latrino community. Only in White communities are people able to live without locking a door.
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