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Sunday, July 15, 2018

The British Royals Were Wrong Before WWII Also!

Report: Princes Charles and William Refused To Meet with Trump

Two top members of Britain’s royal family refused to meet with President Donald Trump when Trump and first lady Melania Trump met with Queen Elizabeth II on Friday, according to a new report.
“This business of Prince Charles and Prince William not being there for the Trump visit was a snub,” the Times of London reported, citing a source it did not name.
“They simply refused to attend. It’s a very, very unusual thing for the queen to be there on her own. Usually she is accompanied by somebody. Prince Charles has been substituting for Philip a lot recently,” the source said.
Former President Barack Obama had a close relationship with Princes William and Harry, The Hill noted.
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Charles, who the Times said spent Friday a board meeting of a company and later at an event with Gloucestershire police, could have attended had he wished.
“He goes to what he wants to go to, and if he had wanted to be there he could have been,” The Times reported that its source said.
The Times also carried comments attributed to other unnamed sources within Buckingham Palace and Downing Street that because Trump’s visit was not a state visit, the two princes had never been expected to attend.

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Those comments were echoed in a statement given to The Sun.
“In line with standard practice for guest of government visits, the President and First Lady were received by The Queen as Head of State,” the statement said.
“The arrangements were mutually agreed between the Palace and the U.K. and U.S. governments. There was never a suggestion that other members of the royal family would take part,” the statement added.
“They might have had a view that they were happy not to do it, but it is not true that it was on the cards and they refused to do it,” Vanity Fair quoted a government minister as saying in its reporting on the absence of the princes.
The Daily Star suggested that Trump might have been just as happy without the princes in attendance.
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“Trump was not keen on meeting Charles because of his views on climate change,” The Star reported. “And it was reported he dropped plans to play golf with Prince Andrew.”
The royal family’s displeasure with Trump has been reported before. Shortly after Trump took office, Us magazine reported that Prince Harry, William’s younger brother, “is not a fan” of the president.
“Harry thinks the president is a serious threat to human rights,” the magazine quoted an unnamed source as saying.
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Illegal Alien Crimes

Men linked to Mexican drug cartel behead 13-year-old special needs girl, murder grandmother

Men linked to Mexican drug cartel behead 13-year-old special needs girl, murder grandmother
Two men are accused of beheading a teenager with special needs and her grandmother. (Image source: WAAY-TV screenshot)

Two men loosely associated with a brutal Mexican cartel, one of whom is an illegal immigrant, are responsible for beheading a 13-year-old girl with special needs and murdering her grandmother, Alabama law enforcement allege.

What are the details?

Authorities say Yoni Aguilar and Israel Gonzalez Palomino murdered Oralia Mendoza and her granddaughter, Mariah Lopez, because they didn’t trust Mendoza after she exhibited suspicious activity during a recent drug running trip to a small town in northeast Atlanta.
Authorities say the group ran drugs for the Sinaloa Cartel, the largest organized crime syndicate in the world. Police say it was Mendoza who had deep connections to the cartel.
According to, authorities believe something went wrong during their trip, spurring Palomino to believe he was being setup. Upon returning to Huntsville, Palomino discovered Mendoza had removed the SIM card from her cellphone. He also discovered text messages to an unknown woman during the drug run. Police say Mendoza texted a woman asking her to secure Lopez, who was staying with Palomino’s wife, because she feared for their lives, WAAY-TV reported.
After discovering the messages, Aguilar and Palomino allegedly awoke Mendoza in the middle of the night on June 4. They told her they were taking her and Lopez to a safe location.
Instead, the two men took their captives to a cemetery. Police say there was an altercation between Palomino and Mendoza. After it escalated, police say Palomino pulled a knife and stabbed Mendoza, leaving her to die in the cemetery.
The men then drove about 2 miles down the road, where police say Palomino forced Aguilar to kill Lopez by beheading her. Law enforcement said Palomino decided Lopez needed to die because she was a witness to her grandmother’s murder.
Police began investigating the murders on June 7 after a local boy discovered Lopez’s body. After police released a description of the girl, a woman came forward claiming to be Lopez’s mother and Mendoza’s daughter, reported. Authorities were then able to positively identify Lopez’s body.
After Lopez was identified, Aguilar and Palomino were quickly identified as suspects. Police took the men into custody, and after being interviewed separately, investigators gathered enough evidence to charge them with Lopez’s murder.
According to, Aguilar confessed to the crimes, which helped investigators finally locate Mendoza’s body at the cemetery on June 15.
Police have charged the men with capital murder. They are being held without bond.

What evidence do investigators have against the men?

In addition to Aguilar’s confession, which he again made in court last Thursday, authorities have a wealth of physical evidence against the two men. reported:
Aguilar and Palomino’s cellphones pinged in the area during the time of the killings, Rutherford testified. Investigators also recovered two knives, believed to be the murder weapons. One was found under Aguilar’s mattress; the other was under Palomino’s mattress, Rutherford told the judge. Additionally, blood was found inside Palomino’s car, the investigator testified.

What are the suspect’s immigration statuses?

Authorities said Aguilar is an illegal immigrant, while Palomino is in the U.S. on a green card, according to WAAY. Immigration and Customs Enforcement told the Atlanta Constitution-Journal they had placed a detainer on Aguilar.

Another Dreamer Crime

Suspect in burned body murder was twice in ICE custody before killing

Ernesto Esquivel Garcia given voluntary departure order weeks before murder

By Dillon Collier - Investigative Reporter
SAN ANTONIO - San Antonio officials with Immigration and Customs Enforcement confirm that a man accused of murdering a former a co-worker, then burning his body inside a North Side apartment last month was twice in their custody only to be released both times.
Ernesto Esquivel Garcia, 20, faces charges of murder, arson and abuse of a corpse related to the killing of Jared Vargas, whose body was found inside a burned apartment in the 7900 block of Jones Maltsberger Road on June 18.
San Antonio Police Department dash camera and body camera footage obtained by the KSAT 12 Defenders shows Esquivel Garcia being arrested by SAPD in March 2017 after he admitted to crashing his truck into cars belonging to his ex-girlfriend and one of her family members in front of a home in the 100 block of Glencoe Drive.
He was also accused that night of breaking his ex-girlfriend's cell phone and fighting with two men in her family who came outside after the crash, according to statements recorded on camera.
Residents at the home did not respond to a request for comment from the Defenders on Thursday.
On the police body camera footage, however, they described Esquivel Garcia as a "bad guy" involved with questionable people. 
"I know he does drugs. I know he has a lot to do with selling drugs," a family member of Esquivel Garcia's ex-girlfriend told SAPD officers on the recording.
Esquivel Garcia's girlfriend told officers he had come to the U.S. from Guanajuato, Mexico three years earlier and then asked if an immigration hold would be placed on him.
The officers later confirmed on the recording that a hold would in fact be placed on him after his arrest.
Officers found a marijuana pipe on Esquivel Garcia and, inside his truck, found a small container with drug residue on it and six empty bottles of Dos Equis beer, as well as one open bottle of it, according to body camera footage recorded by officers.
After performing a field sobriety test, Esquivel Garcia was arrested on charges of DWI and misdemeanor criminal mischief.
A jail timeline provided by the Bexar County Sheriff's Office shows that Esquivel Garcia was then held on an immigration detainer until April 15, 2017, when authorities from ICE picked him up.
When asked about Esquivel Garcia's contact with ICE, a spokeswoman released the following written statement on Friday:
On June 18, 2018, deportation officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement(ICE) placed a detainer with Bexar County (Texas) Jail on Ernesto Esquivel-Garcia, from Mexico, following his arrest the same day by San Antonio Police Department on murder and arson charges. Esquivel-Garcia remains in state custody pending the outcome of his criminal case.  
ICE first placed an immigration detainer on Esquivel-Garcia on March 1, 2017, after his criminal arrest for driving while intoxicated (DWI) and another misdemeanor. Esquivel was placed into removal proceedings. He posted bond granted by the immigration judge and was released from custody. On May 21, 2018, an immigration judge issued him a voluntary departure, contingent on posting a departure bond. On May 25, when Esquivel-Garcia tried to pay his bond, ICE turned him over to Bexar County after discovering that he had an active arrest warrant for obstructing highway. Four days later, Bexar County transferred Esquivel-Garcia back to ICE, and the same day he posted the departure bond that was set by an immigration judge May 21.  
Before departing ICE’s office May 29, 2018, ICE deportation officers instructed Esquivel-Garcia to leave the United States by July 20, 2018, as imposed by the immigration judge’s voluntary departure order.
A San Antonio immigration attorney, who spoke with the Defenders on the condition of anonymity on Thursday, said a voluntary departure order falls below a deportation and allows a person in the United States illegally to tie up loose ends before leaving the country of his or her own volition.
A voluntary departure order on a person's record is not treated as harshly as a deportation if he or she is taken into custody for being in the country illegally in the future, the attorney said.
Court records show the criminal mischief charge against Esquivel Garcia was dismissed and the DWI charge was reduced to obstruction of a highway by intoxication as part of a plea deal signed with prosecutors in early January.
The records, however, show that a warrant was issued for Esquivel Garcia's arrest in May after he violated several conditions of his probation, including failing to report to a probation officer, failing to pay court fees, failing to complete a victim impact panel and DWI education program and for failing to comply with the rules of his interlock device.
Few details about Vargas' death have been released.
The Bexar County Medical Examiner's Office confirmed last month that he died as a result of homicidal violence.
Neighbors previously said that Esquivel Garcia lived at the apartment where Vargas' body was found.
Members of Vargas' family said that the victim and Esquivel Garcia worked together briefly at Bowl and Barrel at the Rim.
Vargas' family released the following statement to KSAT 12 News: 
"We want to thank you for continuing to investigate and bring light to this horrible tragedy that has affected our family and the entire San Antonio community. However, at this time in the investigation, we are wanting to allow the detectives and the DA the opportunity to do all they need to do to gather all the evidence they need to charge Ernesto with the maximum penalty allowed."
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How Many More Of These People Are Out There?

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MIAMI BEACH (CBSMiami) – A Miami Beach man upset with his Jewish neighbors after he was evicted from his condo reportedly vowed to burn down the building with “all the f***ing Jews.”
“We do believe that we were minutes away from a potentially deadly situation,” explained Miami Beach Police spokesman Ernesto Rodriguez.
Witnesses told police that Walter Stolper, 72, had shown aggression toward some of residents and board of directors of his building at 56th Street and Collins Avenue.
CBS4’S Peter D’Oench spoke with Luis Diaz who alerted authorities at the condo about a conversation he had with Stolper.
“He told me he was tired of the association and the Jews in the building and he wanted to do something about it. He said he wanted to burn down the building. At first, I didn’t think he was serious but then I heard him talk about blocking the fire department and their hoses I realized he was serious and I had to do something,” said Diaz.
“I’m a family guy and I have kids and I wouldn’t want anything to happen to them,” he said. “So I contacted the building and they contacted police. I think he needs help. He is a confused older man. I have been his friend for 10 years and I know him because I am a camera technician and have done work for him. At first, I thought he was just angry and venting but I realized it was much more.”
On Friday afternoon, police detectives found a storage room linked Stolper, which contained 28 containers with gasoline, sulfur powder, and potassium nitrate.
“This is an individual that our intelligence unit intercepted with two filled gasoline tanks as he was coming back into the apartment building. Already in the building, he had disposed of eight additional gasoline canisters down the trash chute from the 15th floor,” said Rodriguez.
When officers arrived at the building, they could smell the gas. A resident also complained about the strong odor of gas in the hallways and elevators.
“We received a tip yesterday. He had been acting strangely saying a lot of derogatory comments towards the Jewish community. We later learned there was a pending eviction for him,” said Rodriguez.
Raynell Proctor of Marksman Security told D’Oench one of his security officers also took action after smelling a gasoline odor. “He did smell that odor and he did report it. I feel like he is kind of a hero the way he acted. And he was vigilant.”
Then officers discovered something disturbing in his 15th-floor apartment.
“Inside of the unit, we found Nazi reading material as well as a swastika. This again is a very, very, very dangerous individual. Our detectives also seized two firearms,” said Rodriguez.
Police also said he had purchased two electrical fans to fan the flames and cause as much damage as possible. He also purchased padlocks to place on a nearby firehouse to keep firefighters from extinguishing the flames.
Stolper, police say, also destroyed the smoke detector in his condominium, which was hardwired into the building’s fire system.
When asked about the gas in the containers, Stolper told the officers, “I bought the gas to make a small BBQ.”
Stolper was arrested and charged with attempted murder and attempted arson.
Building resident Rafael Solar said, “This is a crazy madman and He has done some stuff before. He has dirtied up the carpet before.”