Tuesday, January 09, 2007

NY Gas Smell 9/11 Memories and more that's foul

Fox 'n Friends this morning - catch and release, says Steve Doocey, consternated that law enforcement catches illegal aliens committing crimes, incarcerates them, turns them out and nothing happens. They return to commit more crimes.

The question arises, if illegals are capable of committing crimes such as illegal drug dealing, robberies, murders what is to stop them from taking a chance for big bucks and smuggling in a biological weapon? New York jittery over gas smell.

That has to say the least in the headlines that could be said. They all should be wondering whether this was a trial run for something to occur later.

What if the leaking gas situation was in actuality planned to determine how New Yorkers would react to news of another gas leak.

Few may remember, but the day of September 11, 2001 fire department was called out to a gas leak that morning. The Naudet brothers were filming a documentary of the department and that's how the world has footage of the first, yes the first plane crash into the World Trade Center!

See This is Not A Conspiracy Theory for more about 9/11.

A fireman's story:

2001, 8:48 a.m. Excerpted from Report from Ground Zero by Dennis Smith


O'Reilly touched on the illegal aliens crime stats in 2005.

Stopping Illegal Immigrant Crime
Thursday, May 12, 2005


Real stories compiled of devastation Fox 'n Friends take notice, nobody else is. Unbelievable isn't it - numerous cases show the illegals have no respect for the laws of the United States of America.

Crimes and Murders by Illegal aliens immigrants

It is particularly shocking that even in post-911 America, the government still refuses to protect the people in the most basic ways from the world's terrorists and criminals who enter at will to do as they please. The borders remain a sieve while the human carnage from crime perpetrated from illegal aliens continues to mount. In another stunner of INS malfeasance, the agency often cannot even manage to deport dangerous criminal aliens when they reach the ends of their prison terms.

The murder of Kris Eggle (see the separate page of collected articles), a park ranger in the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument in southern Arizona on August 9, 2002, was little noted by the media, although the press has paid considerable attention to the deaths of illegal aliens on the border. By contrast, Ranger Eggle was shot down by Mexican drug dealers who were using Organ Pipe as a route for their smuggling. Only 28 when he was murdered, Eggle was a valedictorian and an Eagle Scout who joined the National Park Service because he loved the outdoors. (Organ Pipe is considered to be the most dangerous of the national park system: 200,000 illegal aliens and 700,000 pounds of drugs were intercepted at the park in 2001.) The Eggle family is determined that his death will not be forgotten by working for real border control, including a Washington press conference with Tom Tancredo in the fall of 2002. The Eggles have a family website, www.kriseggle.org, to inform interested parties about what they are doing.



Originally broadcast on CBS in March 2002, 9/11 is an extraordinary record of that fateful day in New York City. This one-of-a-kind documentary was originally conceived as a portrait of 21-year-old Tony Benetatos, a firefighter trainee at Manhattan's Duane Street firehouse, located seven blocks from the World Trade Center. By the time filming was finished, brothers Jules and Gedeon Naudet had captured history in the making, including the only image of the first jetliner striking Tower 1, and the only footage from within the tower as it collapsed. This is not, however, a film about the murderous nightmare of terrorism. It's the ultimate rite-of-passage drama, more immediate and meaningful than any fiction film could be, with Benetatos and his supportive colleagues emerging as heroes of the first order. Sensitively narrated by codirector and fellow firefighter James Hanlon, 9/11 will endure forever as a tribute to those, living and dead, who witnessed hell on that sunny Tuesday morning. --Jeff Shannon


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