Cecil Asks for the Resignation of the Montgomery County Council and Reps under the 10th Amendment


Suspect is being held on no bond, meaning, his Immigration Status is under investigation.  Again. Montgomery County and Ike Leggett and Chief Manger fail to protect its citizens.  Only the citizen’s themselves could save the life of this woman during a vicious attack of attempted carjacking.

Seems the alleged criminal in the article below, Javier Gonzalez-Mena, was actually in Montgomery County Police hands back in 2004 for the same crime.  Guess they forgot to check his immigration status. The only Xenophobes I see are those who are protecting the Illegal Aliens in My State.  Everyone of you from Montgomery County should renounce your citizenship and move and or resign.  Under the 10th amendment right, if you are not doing your job of the people and knowingly participating in any assistance of Illegal Aliens, we can have you fired from your Position for breaking The Constitutional Laws of the United States.  Remember that.  Email them all.  Here is the list.

The Real ID Act, which falls under the 10th Amendment, has all states requesting delays, here is the part that Possible Illegals and Terrorists acts fall under.  Call me crazy, call me a Radical, but you can not say I am not a Patriot for True American Values of  our Constitution and I will continue to fight for the Citizens of Maryland and the United States to have their freedoms protected.  It’s time to take a stance to all State Assembly’s and make them realize what has become of our great land, a broken record of disgrace and mismanagement and the ignorance of not listening to those who put them there.  They seem to forget who their employer is, IT’S YOU!!!!!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/REAL_ID_Act

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Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2009  Gazette

Good Samaritans rush to help elderly carjacking victim

Helpful citizens chase suspect, lead police to arrest after incident in parking lot

by Jeremy Arias | Staff writer

When a 78-year-old woman was threatened with a knife in an attempted carjacking in Silver Spring Sunday afternoon, a group of citizens rushed to her aid, subdued the criminal and helped police to identify the man.

Javier Gonzalez-Mena, 27, of the 23300 block of Brewer’s Tavern Way in Clarksburg, was arrested shortly after the incident when a responding officer recognized the criminal from descriptions given by the victim and witnesses, said Montgomery County Police spokesman Cpl. Dan Friz. Neither the victim nor the citizens who intervened sustained any injuries.

At approximately 12:47 p.m., Gonzalez-Mena approached the victim next to her car in the parking lot of the Bestway grocery store at 8540 Piney Branch Road in Silver Spring, displayed a knife and demanded the keys to her 2000 Honda Civic. After handing him the keys, the victim, who uses a cane, headed toward the store, calling for help. A number of passersby responded to her cries and apparently charged the suspect, who dropped the knife and fled before being brought down, Friz said.

“There was a physical altercation, which would lead me to believe they probably tackled him, took him to the ground,” Friz said. “He did incur a black eye; obviously the average citizen isn’t as well-trained as a police officer in dealing with criminals and use of force, [but] I guess they were pretty ticked off that he was trying to take advantage of this older woman.”

Gonzalez-Mena was able to flee the citizens before police officers arrived on the scene, but officers located him on Arliss Street in Silver Spring, and, after a short foot chase, he was taken into custody, Friz said.

“He was brought [to the station] for an interview, and he gave a pretty weak story,” Friz said. “Both the victim and several witnesses positively identified him.”

Gonzalez-Mena has been charged with attempted carjacking, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, reckless endangerment, second-degree assault and possession of a dangerous and deadly weapon, among other offenses, and is being held without bond, according to a county police press release. He was convicted in 2004, also for carjacking, Friz added. Court records did not yet list an attorney for Gonzalez-Mena as of Tuesday morning.

When asked about the intervention of citizens in the attempted carjacking, Friz praised the willingness of the citizens to help but also cautioned that the department’s main concern is to avoid injuries wherever possible.

“We sincerely appreciate the help, but our biggest concern is we don’t want other people being hurt,” he said. “In this case the guy had a knife. … When in doubt, call us; get a good suspect description and let us know.”

A SIMILAR STORY WAS COVERED IN THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY SENTINEL ON DECEMBER 31, 2009.  POLICE HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR MIGUEL RODRIGUEZ-LAINEZ, ALLEGED TO HAVE STABBED HIS ROOMMATE TO DEATH IN ROCKVILLE.  MC POLICE HAD RODRIGUEZ-LAINEZ IN CUSTODY BACK IN MARCH ON A DWI CHARGE.  GUESS THAT FORGOT TO CHECK HIS IMMIGRATION STATUS.

LETTER TO EDITOR

Wonderland on the Pike

It’s bad enough that Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett, and the entire Montgomery County Council (Democrats Andrews, Berliner, Elrich, Ervin, Floreen, Knapp, Leventhal, Navarro & Trachtenberg), back the rights of illegal aliens over those of county citizens, including Montgomery County Police Officers. (County backs immigration policy over police concerns, Examiner, 12/15/09).   Leggett and the Council are elected officials and have no loyalty to anyone but their next re-election campaign.

It’s more troubling however when County Executive Ike Leggett’s handpicked Chief of Police Tom Manger and the top County Attorneys, officials sworn to uphold the law, follow like zombies in the development, implementation and justification of policies on behalf of these elected officials.  Policies which are clearly biased against the safety and welfare of all Montgomery County citizens.

But the ultimate injustice was when a taxpayer funded illegal alien support group, Identity Inc., joined the public debate regarding the County’s role in cooperating with federal immigration authorities.  Identity Inc. Director Candace Kattar seemingly threatened the Fraternal Order of Police Union (FOP) when she stated the FOP was creating an “increasingly diverse, harmful and potentially dangerous situation by the threatening a lawsuit (against the county), and asked the County Council whether it intended “to send any public message” to the FOP and Hispanic community.

Kattar runs a taxpayer funded “counseling and rehabilitation center” for wayward Hispanic MS-13 gang members.  If the Police were allowed to do their job and cooperate with federal authorities these gang bangers would be back in El Salvador where they belong.  And Kattar would be reading Tarot cards on the boardwalk at Ocean City.  Instead the Montgomery County Council, despite the projected $600 million deficit in 2010, just funded a second larger gang facility for Identity Inc to manage to run in upper Montgomery County.

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