Friday, April 6, 2018

THE RAPE TREE Republished From TUESDAY, JULY 6, 2010 Post

THE RAPE TREE
Each pair of panties indicate a rape.
The below article is what states along the southern border put up with on a daily basis. Including; rape, murder, DUI's, drive by shootings, kidnapping. Human smugglers charge exorbitant fees and drop ship whomever can pay into Arizona's desert to invade America. Snakes not coyotes. Calling them "coyotes" is a insult to wildlife. At very least charge the smugglers with child abuse and endangerment.
Note: for all you in the East, these are the kind of people we have to deal with every day, they crawl and live among us. John McCain who every time he's up for re-election gets religion and wants to secure the border the rest of the time it's to have immigration reform. We need to build the dang'd fence Senator  and we need to deport them according the U.S. immigration law. President Eisenhower and President Truman did it. be
Nine people rescued from the Pinal County desert after being left there by smugglers
Nine people, including two children, were rescued in the Pinal County desert early Saturday after being abandoned by their smugglers.
A person from the group called 911 at about 1 a.m. Saturday and told dispatchers that he and eight other people had been left in the desert and were out of water, according to a press release from the Pinal County Sheriff's Office.
The Communications Division of the sheriff's office determined the group was approximately eight miles south of Interstate 8 and Milepost 156 by using the signal of the 911 call, the release.
The sheriff's office search and rescue crew, an Arizona Department of Public Safety ranger helicopter and the U.S. Border Patrol found the group a short time later suffering from extreme dehydration, the release said. Members of the group also weren't able to move, the release said. The group included two adult males, five adult females and two children, ages 6 and 11. The group told rescuers they were left in the desert two days prior to their rescue and had to drink their own urine, the release said. They were all transported to Casa Grande Regional Hospital, where they are being treated for extreme dehydration, the release said. Once they are released from the hospital, the group will be turned over to the U.S. Border Patrol for deportation, the release said.

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