3 Illegals who Fired at Georgia Trooper Arrested
October 04, 2011
The three illegal immigrants who fired at a Georgia State Patrol trooper were arrested following a 24-hour manhunt involving multiple agencies.
One suspect was caught around noon on Monday and the other two were caught at 5 p.m.
The incident began Sunday, when officers began looking for a Honda Civic that had reportedly fired at another vehicle on I-75 in Bartow County. The trooper spotted the vehicle and began pursuing it. Shots were fired at the trooper during the chase.
Arturo Ramires, Salvado Vera and Edgar Ortega are believed to be illegal immigrants.
Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution
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Bruce De Cell @ 10/5/2011 5:49 AM
Law enforcement officers around the nation are faced with the this tide of criminal illegal aliens, our nation has enough criminals who are citizens that they must deal with. The politicians and allow this to flood of human garbage to continue unabated because the open borders lobby fund their political campaigns. Also citizens think they are getting a bargain when they hire illegal aliens for various duties. They think they are saving money, but think again, if you pay school tax, taxes that support hospitals, and any number of other services illegal aliens don't pay for but use, your paying for that. Also when a citizen becomes a victim of a regular street crime or involved in a traffic accident with an illegal alien, you get no satisfaction because most times the system lets them go with a slap on the wrist, and if they do get deported, they just re-enter our nation. It is as simple as walking a cross an imaginary boundary.
Rick @ 10/5/2011 8:50 AM
I have confidence that once they are returned to their home country, they will not be able to penetrate our well sealed border; Big Sis has reassured us that the border is secure. Never mind what the county sheriffs in Arizona say about criminals and illegals flooding across our border, Big Sis says everyone is safe.
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