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Cartels: Coming to a Town Near You

cartels-through-texasTexas Nationalist Movement – by Dave Mundy

What had been an open secret is no longer secret: Mexican drug cartels are now openly carrying their war into Texas.

The question is whether or not the federal government is intentionally allowing it to happen.

In spite of assurances from Department of Homeland Security head Janet Napolitano (“the border’s never been more secure”), a cartel hit man pulled off a trademark, brutally violent execution in the quiet suburb of Southlake Wednesday night.  

The murder of 43-year-old Juan Guerrero-Chapa, a ranch owner and lawyer from Nuevo Leon, Mexico, who had been residing in Southlake for two years, was accomplished by “an organized, professional criminal outfit,” police told reporters.

“Obviously the nature of this homicide, the way it was carried out indicates –– and I said indicates –– an organization that is trained to do this type of activity,”

Police Chief Steve Mylett was quoted during a news conference at the Southlake Police Department. “When you’re dealing with individuals that operate on such a professional level, certainly caution forces me to have to lean towards that this is an organized criminal activity act.”

According to news reports, Guerrero-Chapa was shot dead at 6:47 p.m. in a parking spot in the 100 block of Grand Ave. at the Town Square, a popular outdoor shopping mall. He arrived with his wife about 45 minutes prior to shop. And as Guerrero-Chapa’s wife loaded bags into their SUV, another newer model white SUV pulled in behind it.

A man wearing a piece of cloth over his face exited the passenger side of the vehicle and immediately fired a barrage of shots into the car. Guerrero-Chapa was hit multiple times. He died Wednesday evening at Baylor Regional Medical Center at Grapevine. The suspects were gone within seconds, last seen driving westbound on FM 1709.

“This happened in Southlake, this could have happened in any community anywhere in Texas or anywhere else,” the chief said.

It isn’t difficult to draw an inference that the shooting was part of the bloody war between cartels which has killed more than 40,000 in Mexico in the last few years, given the victim’s history.

Mexican journalists have reported that Guerrero-Chapa represented high profile members of the brutal Gulf Cartel, including one man who was once its leader. The Mexican newspaper La Jornada reported that Guerrero Chapa in 2002 represented Osiel Cardenas Guillen, a federal drug trafficker and former leader of the violent Gulf Cartel. Cardenas is currently serving a 25 year sentence for drug dealing, money laundering and the attempted murder of federal agents.

Other reports noted Guerrero Chapa was a defense lawyer for members of Los Zetas and the Gulf Cartel prior to their bloody split in 2010.

The Texas Nationalist Movement, which has been outspoken on the issue of border security, said the incident illustrates the failure of the federal government to live up to its Constitutional obligations.

“This is what comes from having a federal government which is more concerned with recruiting new voters for one political party than in defending the citizens it is charged with defending,” Texas Nationalist Movement President Daniel Miller said. “This is another indication of the intentional failure of the federal government to protect Texas and other states from foreign invasion, which it is charged to do under the U.S. Constitution.”

Miller said Washington’s refusal to enforce immigration law — including the recent release, rather than deportation, of hundreds of illegal aliens with criminal records — has made it easy for the cartel criminals to begin infiltrating into Texas and other states. And, he warned, the danger to Texas citizens is dire: cartel thugs don’t just kill one another.

“Most of the victims of this violence in Mexico have been innocent bystanders, or just people unfortunate enough to be in the wrong place at the wrong time,” he said. “These criminals are as much or more of a danger to everyday Texas citizens than Islamic terrorists.

“And this administration’s Justice Department sold weapons to them!” he added. “The ‘Fast & Furious’ operation had a goal of convincing the public that more gun control was needed. The Obama Administration armed criminals for propaganda purposes.”

Miller said that while many Republican legislators have “talked tough” on border security, they have failed to act to ensure it.

“Even with the immigration reform bill currently being debated in Congress, they’ve proven they’re willing to trade security for Political Correctness in even discussing amnesty for illegal aliens,” he said.

“We have a federal government that stands in breach of contract,” Miller said. “Our state government, under the U.S. Constitution, can’t deploy troops to the border to stop this enemy. The only way Texas can regain its sovereign right to defend itself from invasion is to re-claim its sovereignty as an independent nation.”

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13 Responses to Cartels: Coming to a Town Near You

  1. BentSpear says:

    “Police Chief Steve Mylett was quoted during a news conference at the Southlake Police Department. “When you’re dealing with individuals that operate on such a professional level, certainly caution forces me to have to lean towards that this is an organized criminal activity act.”

    Different kind of target for LEO; these guys shoot BACK unlike unarmed civilians LEO.

    Strap-on Janet has been quiet since Holder is on the hot seat. Probably hiding in her S&M dungeon & out of touch with what is going down on the border.

    • NC says:

      HAHAHA!!! Bent, the comment about Strap-on Janet made my day.

      • BentSpear says:

        Was going to add more to it along the lines of he/she, Lind-Z Graham, McInsane, a wagon wheel & a cat-o-nine. Just didn’t want to offend the wagon wheels out there. Mental pic will have to do.

    • rhumstruck says:

      Johnny Reno doesn’t use a strap on!
      Heshe is a “chick with a di%#!
      I am so tempted to link Rebel Son’s Please Stand Up.
      I better not, I’ve been pushing the envelope a bit much lately.

  2. Bonnie says:

    God!

    Truth is, nothing much can be said about this…the man represented / defended criminals. Nobody deserves this way to die, but in Spanish there’s a saying: “el que se acuesta con bebes, amanece cagado.”

    “Whoever sleeps with undiapered babies wakes up with poop.”

    So, what can anybody say? It’s no longer a matter of justice or law. because while we, cftizens adhere to laws, the cartel couldn’t care less about the laws.

    When dealing with these vicious criminals, the methods have to change, one can no longer be lenient, but tough and hard. And be sure that if the criminals wind up in U.S. jails, they’ll continue the same way, directing from the jail cell. Without mercy. Those are hardned, psychopaths, there is no way one can redeem them.

    And so, with mercy and compassion for future potencial victims, and for the criminals too, they MUST be executed, without exception.

  3. NC says:

    This is nothing. Everyone should come to my new apartment in Austin. You’d think I was living in Mexico. Hell, they are taking over the pool area by bringing in their whole damn illegal family that look like something straight out of a Mexican mafia movie. You’d swear they’d pull out their machetes while wearing their white, wife beater t-shirts. If that ain’t enough, the cleaning people and maintenance are all Mexican and the weights in the exercise room are always getting mysteriously stolen (I’m not blaming Mexicans, but I wouldn’t put it past them) and surprisingly enough, there are NO cameras in the weight room. How hilarious is that? My new apartment looks good on the outside, but somewhat shady on the inside. Welcome to my world in Austin, TX.

    Anyways, I’m sure I’m not the only one that has to deal with these screwballs everyday. After all, I see more Mexicans having their own businesses in the area that would be easily torn down if I or some normal American National were to open up the same thing due to health codes and building violations. But nope, they get a free pass because they are pure bread Mexicans who help out with the voting system and bring in drugs for the government politicians and the shadow government itself.

    Also, what pisses me off is that I see more and more Mexicans that look fresh off the border everyday and many of them are driving around with MEXICAN flags hanging on their car mirrors. How insulting is that?

    When I was living in China, Taiwan, and Japan, I would never put an American flag in my car or anywhere. That would be an insult and possibly give me a bad rep or kicked out of the country. But hey, when Mexicans do it, it’s OK. Because after all, we are not a country, but a land mixed with people who illegally came and invaded and are now prancing their country’s flag in victory everywhere they go.

    I don’t understand it. If they are so proud of their country, WHY THE F**K ARE THEY LIVING AND WORKING IN OUR COUNTRY!!!!!????? WHY AREN’T YOU LIVING IN YOUR COUNTRY!!

    Oh that’s right, because you ran away like COWARDS, rather than facing your problems in your home country and now you have to go around and say your country is great in OUR country? It’s amazing how they don’t feel ashamed of themselves.

    Oh that’s right. It’s because we give them everything for free from Food Stamps to Social Security and they even can bypass all of the regulations that all of us LEGAL Americans Nationals have to go through. What a bunch of weasels!

    GO BACK TO YOUR OWN COUNTRY, YOU ILLEGAL MEXICAN COWARDS!! Don’t drag your country’s shit into our backyard, you little Chihuahua dogs! That’s why we have borders and immigration. If you don’t like it, then kiss my ass!

  4. NC says:

    “We have a federal government that stands in breach of contract,” Miller said. “Our state government, under the U.S. Constitution, can’t deploy troops to the border to stop this enemy. The only way Texas can regain its sovereign right to defend itself from invasion is to re-claim its sovereignty as an independent nation.”

    Amen to that! I’m all for it. The Federal Government can kiss my ass for all I care. I want my freedom and my life back, dammit!

    • BentSpear says:

      As long as there are criminals running this so called government, this sh!t is going to continue. WE should be running Our Government; not a bunch of gangsta hoodrats. Freebies are coming towards the end; the fruit tree is about bare.

  5. It is I only says:

    The question is whether the federal government is intentionally allowing it to happen.
    What’s your guess?

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