Thursday, March 28, 2019

Was William Bratton the Biggest Organized Crime Boss and Mass Murderer in America? Part II of My Review of Dave Gibson’s No Safe Places: Death at the Hands of Illegal Aliens


Presently, No Safe Places is available exclusively at US Inc. It is under quarantine by Jeff Bezos’ Amazon, the Riggio brothers’ Barnes & Noble, the racial socialist MSM, and the Never-Trump media.

[Of related interest: Immigration, Crime, and the Death of an American Paradise. By Nicholas Stix, The Social Contract, Fall 2017.]

Part I.

No Safe Places: Death at the Hands of Illegal Aliens
By David Gibson
2019, 152 pages, The Social Contract Press
Reviewed by Nicholas Stix for The Social Contract; republished with permission of Editor Wayne Lutton, of The Social Contract.

As I heard a lawman say during a speech at a Social Contract Press immigration conference a few years ago, because of the illegal alien invasion, “Every state is a border state.”

As maddening as the crimes are, is the fact that every single one of them was preventable. As Gibson emphasizes, every one of the perps was already a criminal, by virtue of being an illegal alien. And they had already committed additional crimes, before killing Americans, but had been shielded by other criminals—elected official (mayors, governors, district attorneys and sheriffs) and appointed police chief co-conspirators. As my VDARE colleague, the federal lawman who writes pseudonymously as Federale, has never tired of pointing out, the American authority-criminals shielding illegal aliens all conspired to violate 8 U.S. §1324.

The law: I realize that citing immigration law is cause for snickers, but if we don’t have the rule of law, then it’s every man for himself.

Aiding and abetting illegal aliens is a serious crime, whether one is a businessman using them as cheap labor, or a law enforcement executive who sees his job as helping criminals evade the law, rather than enforcing it.

8 U.S. §1324. Bringing in and harboring certain aliens [I have deleted sections that are irrelevant to law enforcement officers.]

(a) Criminal penalties
(A) Any person who—
knowing or in reckless disregard of the fact that an alien has come to, entered, or remains in the United States in violation of law, transports, or moves or attempts to transport or move such alien within the United States by means of transportation or otherwise, in furtherance of such violation of law;
knowing or in reckless disregard of the fact that an alien has come to, entered, or remains in the United States in violation of law, conceals, harbors, or shields from detection, or attempts to conceal, harbor, or shield from detection, such alien in any place, including any building or any means of transportation;
aids or abets the commission of any of the preceding acts,
shall be punished as provided in subparagraph (B).
(B) A person who violates subparagraph (A) shall, for each alien in respect to whom such a violation occurs—
in the case of a violation of subparagraph (A)(i), (ii), (iii), (iv), or (v) during and in relation to which the person causes serious bodily injury (as defined in section 1365 of title 18) to, or places in jeopardy the life of, any person, be fined under title 18, imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both; and
in the case of a violation of subparagraph (A)(i), (ii), (iii), (iv), or (v) resulting in the death of any person, be punished by death or imprisoned for any term of years or for life, fined under title 18, or both.

[8 U.S. Code §1324. Legal Information Institute, Cornell Law School, last accessed, March 25, 2019.]

Thus, a great many lawmen should be getting executed for the murders they aided and abetted on their watch.

When you refuse to enforce immigration law under conditions of invasion, you destroy the rule of law, in toto.

One of the cases Dave Gibson reports on, and which I covered, is instructive as to the ruthless criminality of many law enforcement executives.

Bob Clark, 67, was the director of the classic 1983 movie, A Christmas Story.

On April 4, 2007, Hector Velazquez-Nava killed Clark and his son, Ariel Hanrath-Clark, 22, in Los Angeles, when the illegal alien drove the wrong way down the highway, smashing head-on into Clark’s vehicle.

Nava had been deported earlier (and thus his mere presence on American soil was a felony), had been convicted of soliciting a prostitute (he got 24 months probation, and no deportation), and was blitzed at triple the legal alcohol limit.

Los Angeles was already notorious for its illegal, Special Order 40, which Police Commissioner Daryl Gates had agreed to with the City Council in 1979. S.O. 40, which already violated federal immigration law, held that no LAPD officer was to inquire as to the citizenship status of an apparent alien, unless the latter was being arrested for a non-immigration offense.

When I called the LAPD, I learned that it was even violating S.O. 40! The brusque public information officer I spoke with, April Harding, informed me that LAPD officers never inquired after a suspect’s immigration/citizenship status, no matter what his suspected crime was! No wonder Nava could be a convicted criminal, without ever having been deported.

[“LAPD: ‘We Don't Get into’ Immigration Status of Christmas Story Director's Killer.” By Nicholas Stix, VDARE, April 6, 2007.]

My VDARE report apparently enraged LAPD Commissioner William Bratton. His chief flack sent my editor, Peter Brimelow, a poison pen email, in which she signed her real name, but did not identify herself as an LAPD official, and in which she claimed that I was a fraud, who had not spoken to any LAPD officials.

(I had misunderstood Harding’s name, but the chief flack would have known with whom I’d spoken, if she’d just checked the duty roster.)

Bratton was very mannerly towards the open borders reporters who vilified him at places like the Los Angeles Times, but would not tolerate a reporter at a patriotic immigration reform outlet like VDARE.

William Bratton used such criminal practices as part of his strategy, which he had earlier perfected in New York and Boston, to “disappear” urban crime through fakestats, and thereby get himself on magazine covers as “America’s Top Cop,” and earn millions of dollars as a police commissioner and security consultant.

[“Letter from New York City: Crime Stories.” By Nicholas Stix, Chronicles, August 1996; “‘Disappearing’ Urban Crime.” By Nicholas Stix, VDARE, May 26, 2004; “From Compstat to Fakestat: The Epidemic of Fraudulent Official Crime Reports.” By Nicholas Stix, VDARE, June 9, 2012.]

Some police official formulated the talking point, whereby police needed to build trust with “immigrant” communities, who were supposedly hard-working and law-abiding, but beset by “illegal immigrant” gangs. The key to developing trust was by de-policing—not enforcing immigration laws.

This was sophistry. The “immigrants” [sic] were all criminals! The reality was one in which various groups of alien criminals were victimizing each other and citizens. Some of the criminals were more violent than others, but keep in mind that these people came from countries like Mexico, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, etc., where criminality and collective violence were the norm, and every working-class family had some gang members.

[“Immigration, Crime, and the Death of an American Paradise.” By Nicholas Stix, The Social Contract, Fall 2017.]

They also came from countries where the police were typically corrupt and mistrusted by the populace, who also found them hostile. One study showed that in Mexico people only reported at most 10% of crimes to the police. However, consider the context. Crime victims would typically themselves be criminals—victims would be members of gangs, loyal to gangs, or the minority of law-abiding citizens intimidated into silence by gangs. (The parallel is to American blacks.)

[“Bulk of Mexican crimes are never reported – study,” Reuters, September 20, 2011.]

Bratton (and other chiefs) ceded sovereignty over huge swaths of their respective cities to the gangs, who would kill anyone they caught going to the police. If police had enforced the immigration laws, they wouldn’t have had to engage in the political theater of “building trust.” Another police cover story for de-policing is that immigration laws are federal, and thus not their jurisdiction, but they enforce federal laws all the time, e.g., regarding kidnapping and bank robbery. (In 2006 alone, under Bratton’s leadership, the city of Los Angeles suffered 269 gang-related murders.

[“Spike in gang murders prods L.A. toward action.” By Daniel B. Wood, The Christian Science Monitor, January 19, 2007.]

“Building trust” was a cover story for corrupt police chiefs, who presided over and abetted conditions in which America was being invaded by criminals, but who conjured up fakestats showing that crime was miraculously going down. It is a mathematical impossibility for crime to have radically fallen during a period in which the country was being invaded by tens of millions of criminals.

(The fakestat revolution was successful from app. 1993-2014, when racist agitations by President Barack Obama and AG Eric Holder led to a new explosion in black crime.)

When Los Angelenos complained about Boston carpetbagger Bratton’s de-policing, he told them, “If you don't like it, leave the state.”

Bratton and his ilk transformed America from a nation under the rule of law, to one under the rule of crime.

Bratton, et al., have been supported at every turn by our evil ruling classes, who profit off of illegal aliens; the immigration bar; the post-American judiciary; cheap vote Democrats and cheap labor Republicans; the Lügenpresse, the refugee resettlement racket, etc.

[Presently, No Safe Places is available exclusively at US Inc., for $11.95.]

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Not inquiring about the legality of a person in the USA suspected of being a foreigner and being arrested is a violation of treaty obligation under international law according to my understanding. Not making a foreign national under arrest aware of his right to seek out his embassy or consulate for legal advice is not tolerated under USA treaty obligation.