Posts Tagged ‘Mexicans’

“Chain-Sawlsa” Chicano Lop-Top’s Cherry Chica Low-Rider

September 26, 2011 Leave a comment

Barrio Paul Bunyan makes chupacabra cord wood out of mudpie mamacita by way of Husqvarna Macarena.

Just a little slice of third world savagery that is in the McAmerican woodpile, courtesy of ‘Pudlickins, pickle-snoots and prissy PC Lib-girls.

Not enough to deter you from the forced integration and melting pot madness? Check out the video link below for Red Robin Chronicles prime cuts…

Jose Corona (KTVT)

DALLAS (CBS/AP)A routine mail route came to a gruesome end for one Dallas-area mail carrier, when he found the decapitated body of a woman lying in the street Monday. Police identified her as Maria Corona, and said they believe her husband, Jose Fernando Corona, is responsible, and have issued a warrant for his arrest.

Responding officers from the Lewisville Police Department reported finding two chainsaws at the scene, one of which was still running, with blood and tissue matter nearby. A bloody trail led from Corona’s headless body to the doorway of the home.

“I saw somebody [lying] on the ground with blood all over. And I saw a girl outside screaming and somebody trying to hold her back,” neighbor Chris Cortopassi, who returned home Monday afternoon to the grisly scene, told CBS affiliate KTVT.

The girl she describes is believed to be the couple’s oldest daughter Carla Corona, who arrived at the scene shortly after the police arrived, according to the Dallas Morning News.

Carla Corona’s husband, Freddie Arellano, told authorities that Jose Corona had called a few minutes earlier to say that he “had done it, he had killed her and was going to drag her body next door,” according to the arrest affidavit.

Police believe Jose Corona fled the scene in his 2005 Toyota Sequoia SUV, but he allegedly stopped at a used car lot and asked to test drive a 1991 Ford Ranger and never returned. The Ford truck has the Texas license plate AA2 4004.

Lewisville police Capt. Kevin Deaver told the Morning News he was shocked by the violence of the crime.

“Over 20 years in law enforcement and I’ve never seen anything like this,” Deaver said.

Our next cut is a razor-sharp piece of  DIE-versity goin’ out to all those ‘Pudlickin PC panderers and lib-girl homo-cumming queens:


Video link

Same old Mexicans in New Mexico

March 12, 2011 Leave a comment

Chief Chupacabra defies dopey White delusions of assimilation by arming his Tijuana turd balls with illegal weapons. Another blow to the propositional nation numbskulls trying to “get along” with LaRaza rats.

Attention ‘Pudlickins, dimbocrats and libertoonies; race trumps political affiliation, religion and any other processed packaging you think you can freeze-dry violent, indolent and alien non-Whites into in order to make them pleasing to your first world taste buds.

Mexicans make Mexicos.

Africans make Africas.

Is it really that hard to understand?


Another blow for NM border town with dicey past


The only difference here is that our real-life bandit will spend his time being fed, clothed and sheltered in prison, instead of thrust against a concrete wall and peppered with hollow points.
AP – FILE – In this April 21, 2009 file photo, Columbus, N.M. Police Chief Angelo Vega is seen in Columbus. …
By SUE MAJOR HOLMES, Associated Press Writer Sue Major Holmes, Associated Press Writer Fri Mar 11, 6:59 pm ET

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Two years ago, when Angelo Vega took over the Columbus police force, he vowed to push back forcefully against the dusty New Mexico border town’s rough recent past: rampant drug and human smuggling, an economy awash in narcotics cash from Mexico, and a revolving-door department that had been led by six police chiefs in three years.

“This is a new day for Columbus,” Vega told The Associated Press, vowing at the time that all crooks would now have to face justice and fear jail time.

On Tuesday, Vega himself is due in court, answering to federal charges that he took part in a scheme to illegally buy guns in the U.S. and send them to Mexico. Mayor Eddie Espinoza, town Trustee Blas Gutierrez and eight others were accused of firearms and smuggling charges in the 84-count indictment.

The defendants, who allegedly bought roughly 200 firearms over a 14-month period from Chaparral Guns in Chaparral, are accused of falsely claiming they were buying the weapons for themselves when they were really acting as straw purchasers and buying them on behalf of others.

Martha Skinner, a former Columbus mayor, said Friday she was astonished to learn of the charges, saying a such a gun scheme could have put the whole village at risk.

“These people swore to uphold the law and to take care of us,” said Skinner, who served as mayor from 2002 to 2006, when Espinoza defeated her. “How do they know the crazy folks in Mexico aren’t going to come shoot up the place because they didn’t take them enough guns?”

William “Bud” Canfield, a Columbus village trustee, said he and other local leaders would deliberate on how to recover from the “sad” turn of events.

“Many are grieving for that lost innocence. No decisions are being made until we have taken time to analyze the best course of action for our village. Rest assured that our village will not only survive but thrive again,” he said.

Ranches and farms are the largest legitimate employers in Columbus, which may be best known as the site of an incursion by Pancho Villa’s army in 1916. The town plans to commemorate the anniversary of that raid Saturday, and Skinner said her six-bedroom bed-and-breakfast is full for the event. But, overall, tourism is slow as people shy away from border communities because of violence in Mexico.

Border state gun shops are a big source of weapons smuggling into Mexico, and Mexican officials fighting that country’s drug cartels have complained to U.S. officials about the flow of firearms. As for Columbus, Luna County Sheriff Raymond Cobos said there’d been rumors of guns in town, and that members of his force began to wonder when deputies stopped Vega twice for speeding in his unmarked vehicle at night.

But no gun-related arrests had been made, until the indictments Thursday.

Columbus, a collection of largely one-story buildings and trailer homes, sits just north of Palomas, Mexico, a small community that has seen increasing violence as drug cartels wage war against one another, the Mexican Army and police. Dozens of people have been killed or disappeared; businesses have shut down as tourism and the flow of immigrants illegally crossing the U.S.

In 2008, Mayor Espinoza made news when he told authorities that he visited Palomas to see a dentist — and claimed he had his root canal interrupted by two pistol-toting men came in demanding money.

“They’re getting brazen down there,” Espinoza told the Deming Headlight newspaper after the incident. “I didn’t have no fear about going to Palomas, before. Now, I do.”

Following Thursday’s arrests, Cobos has ramped up patrols around Columbus to help protect the village. He also has barred the remaining Columbus officers from using the sheriff’s department frequency to call central dispatch, saying he didn’t know how far problems extend. State police are allowing Columbus officers to use the Las Cruces state police dispatch office.

Village trustees have not returned calls to The Associated Press.

The investigation began after a Border Patrol agent in the area discovered what U.S. Attorney Kenneth Gonzales called “an inordinate number” of firearms in a vehicle. The Border Patrol has declined to discuss the investigation.

Gonzales said federal agents involved in the yearlong probe seized firearms — even at the risk of jeopardizing the probe — to keep firearms from reaching Mexico. Twelve weapons found in Mexico and traced to the defendants got through in the investigation’s early stages, Gonzales said.

“It’s hard to know whether, in fact, we got them all,” but firearms that did end up in Mexico got in “because of the ongoing criminal activity,” and not because investigators let them through, he said.


Featherweight champ ko’s Chupacabra challenger

February 8, 2011 Leave a comment

Plumosed pecker dispatches brown-stain Mexcreant with stealthy strap-on dirk and shows McAmerican ‘Pudlickins who the real chicken is.

Another example for the feeble-minded, metrosexual “men” of the libertoon dance-school on why bringing a ballot-box to a knife fight just doesn’t get ‘er done against barbaric invading Incas.

This ‘Rooster’ Cogburn should be put in charge of immigration both legal and illegal. I like his “true grit” when it comes to solving the problem of non-White encroachment into our lands…

California man killed by armed bird at cockfight

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The Associated Press

DELANO, Calif. — A Central California man who was at a cockfight died after being stabbed in the leg by a bird that had a knife attached to its own limb, officials confirmed Monday.

Jose Luis Ochoa, 35, of Lamont, was declared dead at a hospital about two hours after he was injured in neighboring Tulare County on Jan. 30, the Kern County coroner said.

An autopsy concluded Ochoa died of an accidental “sharp force injury” to his right calf.

Sheriff’s spokesman Ray Pruitt said it was unclear if a delay in seeking medical attention contributed to Ochoa’s death.

“I have never seen this type of incident,” Sgt. Martin King, a 24-year veteran of the sheriff’s department, told the Bakersfield Californian.

Ochoa and the other spectators fled when authorities arrived at the scene of the fight, King told the newspaper. Deputies found five dead roosters and other evidence of cockfighting at the location, he said.

No arrests were made at the cockfight.

Cockfighting is a sport, illegal in the United States, in which specially bred roosters are put into a ring and encouraged to fight until one is incapacitated or killed.

According to Kern County Superior Court records, Ochoa paid $370 in fines last year after pleading no contest to one count of owning or training an animal for fighting, according to the newspaper.

Attending or organizing a cockfight, or training an animal to participate in one, are all misdemeanors under California law, although a second offense is a felony.