Tarring with a big brush
More bloody consequences of lax immigration enforcement…from Dallas, Tx., via the Dallas Morning News:
Marta Cruz had told police that her ex-boyfriend had been threatening her for weeks.
But as he emptied his handgun in an act of rage early Sunday, police say, his last bullet found another victim.
Dallas police Officer Brian Jackson died of a gunshot wound to his right underarm suffered in a gunfight on Madera Street near North Henderson Avenue in Old East Dallas.
Dallas police officers help secure the scene in the 2400 block of Madera in the area where a police pursuit turned deadly.
“He was proud to be a cop. He did his job with a lot of emotion and passion,” Police Chief David Kunkle said.
Officer Jackson was the 76th Dallas police officer to die in the line of duty and the first officer slain since November 2001.
The Dallas Morning News does not mention in the above-linked story that Lizcano has been here illegally for the past two years, and had at least two prior run-ins with the law. According to WFAA, he was “first booked in September for threatening to kill his ex-girlfriend with a knife. Six days later, he posed again for a mug shot for a charge of driving while intoxicated.”
Let’s play The Malkin Smear Game:
More bloody consequences of
lax immigration enforcement socially dysfunctional home-schooled teenagers…from Dallas, Tx. Warwick Township, via the Dallas Morning News MSNBC:
State police in Indiana said they had captured a man wanted in a Pennsylvania double homicide and apparent abduction of a 14-year-old girl Monday after a car he was driving crashed following a police pursuit. The girl was found unharmed.
State Police 1st Sgt. Dave Bursten said David Ludwig, 18, was apprehended about 12:30 p.m. EST after a car he was driving crashed about 20 miles west of Indianapolis.
Bursten said Ludwig was found with the missing girl, 14-year-old Kara Beth Borden, a daughter of the slain couple who was apparently Ludwigâ€™s girlfriend.
The Borden family had lived in their home for several years, said neighbor Tod Sherman, 47. Mike Borden worked for a printing company, and the children were home-schooled, he said.
Sherman said the family knew the 18-year-old suspect through a home-schooling network.
Stephanie Mannon, 16, said Ludwig and Kara Borden had been seeing each other secretly.
â€œTheir parents didnâ€™t approve of them being togetherâ€ because of the age difference, she said. â€œIt wasnâ€™t because he was a shady character, because he wasnâ€™t.â€
Both Ludwig and Kara Borden maintain Web sites. Hers refers to interests in soccer, art and her Christian faith; his says he enjoys â€œhaving soft air gun warsâ€ and claims expertise in â€œgetting in trouble.â€
Damn Christian home-schoolers…stinking up the country.