Day trip to McGonigle Canyon, San Diego 21NOV09 + Rosas Updates and Opinion
Yesterday A friend of mine asked me for a favor. She wanted to go see her boyfriend, a Marine at Camp Pendleton, and had no way of getting there.
As it happened I was looking for a reason to check out McGonigle Canyon in the heart of San Diego anyway and so, after delivering her to the base I rendezvoused with Golf 1 and we headed out for the canyon.
Recently the San Diego Minutemen had discovered that illegal aliens had set up housekeeping there complete with prostitution.
The San Diego Minutemen and local residents apparently applied enough pressure on the local police to force the illegal occupants to leave. G1 and I found nobody in the canyon, but evidence of their recent occupancy was everywhere.
Good Job San Diego Minutemen! Thanks for helping keep our neighborhoods safe and our police force on it's toes.
After G1 and I left the canyon we joined G1's girlfriend along with Mr. and Mrs. Red Army at the Blue Mug for caffeine and camaraderie. While we enjoyed the warmth of the coffee, the ambiance of our environment and good fellowship, other friends of ours, determined and dedicated civilian men and women from all walks of life, were "doing work" in the dead of night on the cold California border as a force multiplier for the Border Patrol.
I'll be joining them soon. What about you?
AGENT ROSAS UPDATES
Forgive me for being skeptical, but something doesn't ring true about these latest developments, especially the second article below. I get worried when Napolitano says she's confident.
While Agent Rosas was clearly executed, I have always wondered why a drug cartel do something that would inevitably result in their routes of entry being closed off? The border has been more secure than I have ever seen it in the days and months following his murder. If it was just a robbery I imagine the reigning cartel's jefe on the other side would have already tortured and killed the shooter for closing off their trade. My theory is if it was a cartel hit, it was made by a rival cartel to shut down the competitors business. Killing an agent wouldn't be worth virtually shutting down one's own business.
Will details of the "plea agreement" be released and when?
Will Napolitano ease the security on the border now that the case has been "solved" ? (just in time for amnesty?)
Something is rotten about this "confession" and I doubt we will ever know the truth, especially with TWO corrupt Federal Governments involved. -C1
P.S. Where is the agent's HK?