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Thursday, August 21, 2008

Mayor Sam's Hotsheet for Thursday

The effort to pass Jamiel's Law is having a positive effect.  Los Angeles County has hired additional staff who will be responsible for interviewing jailed gangbangers about their immigration status. Those here illegally will be turned over to the Feds.  Kudos to the Sheriff and the Board of Supervisors!

A portion of Reseda in the San Fernando Valley has been renamed Reseda Ranch.  The purpose of this is to prevent developers from developing the large lots that dominate the area.  Not sure if this will work; imagine if you worked hard to buy some property and when the time came you couldn't realize a decent return on your investment because of the efforts of some dumbass ex-motorcycle cop riding on a horse.

Blogger David Markland reports that theives posing as DWP and construction workers are ripping people off in Hollywood.  Markland has video of a crook dressed in hard hat and vest stealing a bicycle near his home.

Wednesday HaikuLA introduced Mayor Sam readers to Leryn Franco, javelin thrower for Paraguay in the Beijing 2008 Olympics.  If you want to see more of this athletic hottie you can click here and here.

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Anonymous Anonymous said:

Here is a another story about the honest and hard working "undocumented" immigrants from mexico.


"I interpret this as belief by the bandidos that it's actually easier to hit on the U.S. side than on the Mexican side," said the official, who spoke to the Tucson Weekly on condition of anonymity. "The closer you get to the border, two things occur: The border is actually erased and becomes a new territory, and mass chaos exists. This is the primary reason that today's trafficking has changed from storing or staging at the border. Instead, it makes its trek north and is immediately crossed, causing problems on our side."

Three of the reported hits this year took place in Santa Cruz County, leaving two drug smugglers dead and as many as 14 migrants and smugglers wounded, reports show. In two other instances, federal Special Response Teams captured a total of seven Sinaloan bandits carrying weapons and cell phones, camping out in the desert and waiting for drug loads to snatch.

"We weren't seeing these things before. Now that (traffic) is in areas where they could just sit and wait, it's easier for these bajadores to be more successful," says Santa Cruz County Sheriff Tony Estrada.

August 21, 2008 8:29 AM  

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