Arizona: Feds issue travel warnings

lucianne.com/thread/?artnum=547285

Five Federal Lands in Arizona
Have Travel Warnings in Place

Fox News, by Joshua Rhett Miller

Original Article

foxnews.com/us/2010/06/18/federal-lands-arizona-travel-warnings-place/

Posted: 6/18/2010 9:07:10 PM

Imagine the federal government closing a section of the Lincoln Memorial because it was under the control of Mexican drug lords and bands of illegal immigrants. That scenario is playing out as reality in southern Arizona, where parts of five federal lands – including two designated national monuments – continue to post travel warnings or be outright closed to Americans who own the land because of the dangers of “human and drug trafficking” along the Mexican border. Roughly 3,500 acres of the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge – about 3 percent of the 118,000-acre park – have been closed

Defense exhibit A in the law suit over the Immigration law.:wink:

[quote="Monte_RCMS, post:1, topic:202445"]
Imagine the federal government closing a section of the Lincoln Memorial because it was under the control of Mexican drug lords and bands of illegal immigrants. That scenario is playing out as reality in southern Arizona, where parts of five federal lands -- including two designated national monuments -- continue to post travel warnings or be outright closed to Americans who own the land because of the dangers of "human and drug trafficking" along the Mexican border. Roughly 3,500 acres of the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge -- about 3 percent of the 118,000-acre park -- have been closed

[/quote]

5taste of things to come. Drop one mouldy orange in a box of perfectly sound ones and soon, the whole box is rotten.

But don't expect the NWO Feds and their lackeys to connect the dots (the Cumpean/Ramos fiasco tells you all you need to know about the real intentions of that ilk)...after all, they desire---and have for 47 years ceaselessly promoted---the destruction of constitutional America (aka the Gramscian Long March).

Meanwhile bread & circuses continue, as the majority of the indigenous population wallows in oblivious hedonism...:mad:

Why is the federal government wasting time and money suing AZ over its new law? According to the article, this highway has been closed in areas since 2006. We have had one American citizen killed on his AZ ranch. What is the fed’s argument. It is obvious that the Federal Government has not done its job.

From what I’ve read under the Federal law, Federal law enforcement agents can and must stop anyone whom they suspect is an illegal. The suspects do not have to be involved in a crime.

The AZ law stipulates that the suspect must be involved in an incident before he can be asked for identification.

It is ironic because it should be the states suing the Feds for failure to do its job rather than the other way around.

DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed in these forums do not necessarily reflect those of Catholic Answers. For official apologetics resources please visit www.catholic.com.