SECURE THE BORDERS!

Remembering Agent Rosas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Today is the 2 year anniversary of Agent Robert Rosas‘ murder at the border near Campo, California.

 

Off Duty Border Patrol  Agents will be attending the Sat, July 23, 7pm, Temecula, CA, Border Agent Robert Rosas Memorial and Candlelight Vigil.

http://californiascrusader.com/events/

Join us in honoring  an American Hero – Border Agent Robert  Rosas

* SIGN A PETITION TO OBAMA – CALLING UPON OBAMA TO SECURE THE BORDER!

* BRING AN AMERICAN FLAG & SIGNS IN SUPPORT OF THE U.S. BORDER PATROL AND BORDER AGENT ROBERT ROSAS.  A limited number of signs will be available.

*Pre-addressed envelopes to the Robert Rosas Memorial Foundation will be available –  to send a donation  the foundation.

 


Anderson Measure Dedicating a “Border Patrol Agent Robert W. Rosas Jr. Memorial Highway” Gains Final Legislative Approval

http://cssrc.us/web/36/news.aspx?id=11018&AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1

 

On July 23, 2009, United States Border Patrol Agent Robert Rosas Jr. was on duty along the Shockey Truck Trail in the Campo area of southeastern San Diego County when he was ambushed and killed by illegal immigrant smugglers looking to rob him. Four of the five assailants have been caught.

“Robert Rosas was a true hero who gave the ultimate sacrifice in safe-guarding our country,” said Senator Anderson. “Naming this stretch of Interstate 8 in Robert’s honor will serve as a constant reminder of the serious dangers posed by illegal immigration.”

Before his career as a Border Patrol Agent, Rosas served as a correctional officer at Centinela State Prison and as a reserve police officer for the El Centro Police Department. Rosas was born and raised in Imperial County and was often called the “Mayor of El Centro” because of his popularity. He was 30 years old and is survived by his wife Rosalie, their two children, Robert Mathew and Kayla Alyssa, as well as his brother, two sisters and his stepfather.

SCR 37 will designate a five mile stretch of I-8 near Kitchen Creek Road as the “Border Agent Robert W. Rosas Jr. Memorial Highway.” Signage for the highway will be paid for with private funds.

SCR 37 will soon be chaptered into law by the Secretary of State.

State Capitol – Senate Concurrent Resolution 37, a measure by Senator Joel Anderson (R – El Cajon) which would dedicate a portion of Interstate 8 in honor of a fallen U.S. Border Patrol Agent, passed the California State Assembly. It previously had been approved by the State Senate.

Candlelight Vigil: Memorial

We The People California’s Crusaders, coaltions in support of secure borders, and concerned citizens will honor Border Agent Robert Rosas

AN AMERICAN HERO

Border Agent Robert Rosas: EOW – July 23, 2009, Campo, CA

 

 

 

Candlelight Vigil: Memorial Honoring Two Year Anniversary

Border Agent Robert Rosas, Killed In Action, 7/23/09

Bring Your American Flags &

Signs Supporting Agent Robert Rosas and the U.S. Border Patrol

A Limited Number Of Signs Will Be Available

DATE: Saturday, July 23, 2011

TIME: 7pm

LOCATION:
In front of the Temecula Duck Pond Park

28250 Ynez Road, Temecula, CA 92591

http://www.temeculainformation.com/parks/Temecula_Duck_Pond_Park.htm

From Interstate 15, Temecula, exit Rancho California Road

Drive east 0.5 miles

Turn right on Ynez Road – arrive at Duck Pond Park, turn left into the park

 Thanks to SDMM for drawing this event to my attention-C1

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