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Thursday, March 20, 2014

Houston Area: 112 Illegal Alien Hispanics Found in Their Underwear in a Single-Family Safe House with Only One Bathroom; Authorities Refuse to Arrest Them; Police, ICE, AP and Huffington Post All Conspire to Protect “Immigrants” and Coyotes

 

“Immigration officials believe they uncover [sic] a human smuggling ring when they found 100 [sic] people inside a Houston home. | KPRC”
 

Re-posted and translated by Nicholas Stix

Note the emphasis that AP operative Ramit Plushnick-Masti gives to the trivial matter of the safe house's lack of hot water. The criminal invaders hiding their all came from hot, Third-World countries, where a lack of hot water is completely insignificant. For some perspective, at least once a year the Stix family spends three weeks in Trinidad at my deceased in-laws' house, which has never had hot water. When one combines the ridiculous emphasis on cold water with the emphasis on "filthy conditions" the invaders found themselves in ... "surrounded by trash bags full of old clothing," it becomes clear that criminals are here being depicted as crime victims.
 

More than 100 People Found Crammed into Houston House
By Ramit Plushnick-Masti
Posted: 03/19/2014 6:01 pm EDT Updated: 03/20/2014 9:59 am EDT
Comment 110

HOUSTON (AP) — A house overflowing with more than 100 people presumed to be in the U.S. illegally was uncovered just outside Houston on Wednesday, a police spokesman said.

The suspected stash house was found during a search for a 24-year-old woman and her two children, a 7-year-old girl and a 5-year-old boy, that were reported missing by relatives late Tuesday after a man failed to meet them as planned at an undisclosed location on the city's north side, said John Cannon, a spokesman for the Houston Police Department. Many of the people in home [sic] that authorities said appeared to be part of a human smuggling operation were dressed only in undergarments and they were sitting in in [sic] filthy conditions and surrounded by trash bags full of old clothing, Cannon said.

When police opened the door to the home they found "a large, large group of people, some sitting on top of one another, very confined spaces," Cannon said.

"They yell out the woman's name to see if she is in there, and she emerges with the two children. They're OK."

[If the police had followed proper procedure, they would have asked everyone in the house for identification. When the people had no valid, legal, American ID, they would have arrested all adults and teenagers, and detained all small children, as well. Then, when they went over the list of arrestees and detained children, they would have noticed that the woman and her kids were on the list, asked her if she and her kids were those people, and made a note, while otherwise doing nothing special for that “family.”]

The single-family home, in southern Harris County, is about 1,500-square-feet, Cannon said. At first, officers saw only a mattress on the floor and a refrigerator in an exterior room. It was when they went further into the house that they found the people — 94 men, all in their undergarments and shoeless, 15 women and the woman with her two children — lying in filth in several small rooms, all with access to one bathroom and no hot water.

Many of the women said they had been in the house for three or four days, Cannon said. One woman said she had been there for 15 days. All of them said they were hungry, thirsty and tired.

"It was just filth, very squalid-like conditions inside. Trash bags with clothing piled as high as you can see," Cannon said. "They were very surprised at the numbers of people inside. Some were just sitting on top of one another because there was just no room."

Authorities said five men have been arrested.

[Arrested for what? The John Doe calling himself “Barack Obama” does not recognize violations of America’s immigration laws by Third World non-whites as crimes, or even as violations. Actually, the AP operative switches back and forth between “arrested” and “detained.”]

Houston police have handed the investigation over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. ICE spokesman Greg Palmore said it has been five years since officials uncovered a house in the Houston area with this many people inside.

[Note that he didn’t say that it has been five years since officials uncovered a house anywhere with this many people inside. That’s how bad things are in today’s America.]

In 2012, a house with 86 people was discovered, he said.

ICE took the people in the home into custody and they will be questioned and fed, Palmore said. [But not arrested!] The people were primarily from Guatemala, Mexico, Honduras and El Salvador, he said. Two of the people, a pregnant woman and a man, have been taken to a hospital for unknown treatment, he added. Although Palmore said it was too early to say whether this was part of a human trafficking operation, he said it appeared that way.

Houston sits about seven hours from the Mexican border, making it a popular route for immigrants [sic], Palmore explained.

[Not one of those 112 people was an “immigrant”!]

"Houston is significant for the highway corridors that make up Houston, I-45 and I-10. With those two traffic corridors you can pan out anywhere in the United States," Palmore said. "And it's very easy to assimilate into the communities here."

[“It's very easy to assimilate…” because none of the communities there has assimilated into America.]

The home was found after Houston police were tipped off that the woman and children they were looking for may have been taken there. Cannon said police set up surveillance points outside the house early Wednesday and pulled over a car with two men inside for a routine traffic stop when they saw them leaving the driveway. Handguns and documents that suggested illegal activity were found in the car, leading police to detain the two men and enter the house, he said.

[Notice that AP alleged reporter Ramit Plushnick-Masti censors himself. The cops surely reported what they found in the car. False IDs, to be sure. And were the “detainees” even American citizens? Did Plushnick-Masti even ask? Probably not.]

After the people were removed and a count began, three men attempted to flee on foot, Cannon said. Those men have also been detained [?!] and are suspected of illegal activity as well. In addition, police found two coops with hundreds of chickens on the property that are part of an investigation into illegal cock-fighting, he said.

Police have not identified the suspects.

[Why not? Why are they protecting criminal suspects?!]

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Ramit Plushnick-Masti"

What kinda name is that?

Anonymous said...

OH, maybe in 100 years or so one of the ancestors of these "immigrants" will grow up to be President? We can all hope so.

Anonymous said...

100 or more persons in a single fambly home at one time and no one saw a thing? And 100 or so chickens in the backyard and no one saw a thing?

Of course some one saw a lot.

More sympathy for the chickens than for the persons I might suppose.

Anonymous said...

Some of those persons too probably being held hostage until the fambly back in Guat or El or Mex coughs up more money to the coyote.

Racketeering and extortion and kidnapping

Anonymous said...

Children involved too.

Most crimes by adults against children usually call for three times the sentence.

Don't count on it.

Anonymous said...

Stripped and exposed and in their under shorts and in the presence of children.

That constitutes child sexual abuse.

Anonymous said...

I think the Irish prime minister just made a trip to Wash D.C. and complained about immigration reform, so called.

Ship the entire bunch of illegals to Ireland and ask the PM to deal with the situation.

Tell that PM this is like the coffin ships of old.

Anonymous said...

You can only imagine what the smell in that house was like.

Ships bearing black African slave to the New World and ships bearing Chinese entering some port in California were noted for their overpowering stench.

How some thing never change.