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Title: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on October 24, 2014, 07:22:45 pm
Two deputies dead - no mentioned as to why this guy rampaged ... ie warrants whatever ...
Ambushed two deputies ... Placer County  / sac county

Strange also that this "alleged" murderer was captured WITHOUT being killed and is in custody
Suspected Gunman in Placer, Sacramento Shootings in Custody, 2 Deputies Dead

The suspect who allegedly shot and killed two deputies and shot one other Placer County deputy is in custody.

He will be booked into the Placer County Jail after he is medically cleared, according to Placer County Sheriff's spokeswoman Dena Erwin.

He is being identified as 34-year-old Marcelo Marquez.

He was found in a home on Belmont Drive. The home has been cleared and weapons have been recovered.

At this time, authorities do not believe there are more suspects

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Marcelo Marquez ID’d as Auburn, California Shooting Suspect

By Jack Phillips, Epoch Times | October 24, 2014

Marcelo Marquez was identified as the Northern California shooting suspect.

Marquez, 34, was reportedly arrested after a police standoff, according to preliminary media reports.

He is accused of shooting several sheriffs’ deputies, killing one, who was identified as Danny Oliver. He’s also accused of shooting two other officials and a bystander.


3 California sheriffs’ deputies shot, 1 dies

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — An assailant shot and killed a Sacramento County sheriff’s deputy and wounded two other deputies along with a bystander Friday during a series of shootings that spanned more than 30 miles through two California counties.

Deputies were searching a steep, tree-lined river canyon in the Sierra Nevada foothills near Auburn Friday afternoon for an armed man who was suspected in all four shootings.

Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones said at an afternoon news conference that Deputy Danny Oliver, 47, was killed after he approached a suspicious vehicle in a motel parking lot Friday morning and was shot in the forehead at close range. Oliver was a 15-year veteran who leaves behind a wife and two daughters.

“He was not able to return fire or do anything,” Jones said. He said Oliver’s partner was able to shoot back as the vehicle was fleeing the scene.
Jones did not know a motive.

Placer County Sheriff’s spokeswoman Dena Erwin told The Associated Press that two deputies from her department also were shot in Auburn, about 30 miles north of Sacramento, as the manhunt continued. The conditions of the other two deputies and the bystander were not immediately known.

A woman who was with the man was taken into custody and authorities said she had a handgun in her purse.

Residents in the rural area were being urged to stay indoors and schools were on lockdown as multiple law enforcement agencies searched for the remaining suspect.

An area high school was surrounded by law enforcement and students were being evacuated. The Placer Union High School District said all Auburn-area schools were in lockdown and the district asked parents not to come to any of its three high school campuses.
Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on October 24, 2014, 07:59:58 pm
[ there has been no photos of the perp or any arrest history .... hmmm ]
The dramatic events began around 10:30 a.m. when the Sacramento County deputy was shot as he approached a suspicious occupied vehicle in a parking lot in a commercial area.

Jones called the aftermath of the initial shooting "really the worst-case scenario."

"You have an officer that has been fatally wounded. You have other officers that are responding to the scene," he said. "At the same time, they have to apprehend the suspect who, it became very clear, was continuing on a course of criminal conduct."

The driver of the vehicle and a female passenger fled the scene. A person was later shot in the head in a residential area of Sacramento County when he refused to give up the keys to a vehicle, Jones said. He did not know the victim's condition but said he was alive and conscious when he was transported.

[ he did not shoot another latin ... hmmm : ]

The assailants then took a pickup truck from Jose Cruz, who was gardening outside a client's house in Sacramento.

Cruz told The Sacramento Bee that a man in a white Ford Mustang convertible told him he needed a favor: "I need your keys," the man said. "Hurry up, because they're chasing me."

The man pointed a gun at Cruz and had a bloody shirt wrapped around his other arm. But he helped Cruz unhitch his work trailer before driving off.

"I feel lucky that he didn't hurt me," Cruz said. "When they pull (a gun) on you, you don't know if it's loaded, then in one second, they pull a trigger and that's it."

The suspects then fled to neighboring Placer County, where the assailant is suspected of shooting two Placer County sheriff's deputies.

Erwin said a citizen reported seeing a vehicle that matched the description of the stolen red truck.

"Our deputies swarmed the area, found the truck. The suspect fired a shot, hit one of our deputies and fled into the American River Canyon area," she said. She said the suspect used a rifle to shoot the deputy, who was taken to the nearby Roseville Medical Center for treatment. She later confirmed that a second Placer County deputy also had been shot.

House painter Sean Smith of Sacramento said he was working on the Auburn mayor's home when he heard a series of gunshots.

"Once I heard the rapid fire, I knew it was a shootout," he said. "Within 10 minutes there were sirens all over the place and six helicopters screaming overhead."

Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on October 25, 2014, 10:12:06 am
Still not a single photo of the gunman or the woman [ Hispanic with bleach blonde hair ] or their rap sheets ... hmmm.... Are they both illegal aliens ???

in the past when something like this happened the perp was a three time loser looking at getting life or the chair (when we used to actually follow thru and execute mad dog killers
Deputies said Marquez and Manroy were involved in multiple carjackings in Sacramento County after the shooting on Arden Way.

During an attempted carjacking on Howe Avenue, a driver was shot five times after he refused to give his keys to the suspect.  Family members identified the driver as Anthony Holmes, 38. He is in serious condition at UC Davis Medical Center
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Carjacking victim: Man with gun said 'don't call police'
2 California Officers Are Killed in Rampage
The authorities identified him as Marcelo Marquez, who The Associated Press said was from Salt Lake City

The violence started about 10:30 a.m., when the man killed a sheriff’s deputy from Sacramento, Danny Oliver, 47, with a gunshot to the forehead, said Sheriff Scott Jones of Sacramento County. The shooting was at a traffic stop in a busy commercial area
With the police in the region on high alert, two officers stopped the truck in a residential area near Auburn, and Mr. Marquez shot them both, one of them fatally, and fled on foot, prompting the manhunt, said Dena Erwin, spokeswoman for the Placer County sheriff’s office. Ms. Erwin said the two officers were hit at close range with shots from an AR-15 semiautomatic rifle.

Detective Michael David Davis, 42, was identified as the officer who was killed. The Placer County sheriff, Edward N. Bonner, said Detective Davis’s father was a deputy in Riverside County who was killed on Oct. 24, 1988 — 26 years ago to the day.

The other officer, Deputy Sheriff Jeff Davis, was treated for a gunshot wound to the arm and released from a hospital.

The gunman’s female companion was arrested, and the authorities said they found a handgun in her purse.
The male suspect was described as a Hispanic male in his 30s with a short buzz haircut and wearing a checkered shirt with a blood-stained white T-shirt, according to the patrol and sheriff’s office. He may be in possession of a 9mm semi-automatic handgun and a .223-caliber rifle, the patrol said.

The female suspect was described as Hispanic in her 20s with blonde hair, the sheriff’s office said.
Marcelo Marquez, 34, of Salt Lake City, was taken into custody by a SWAT team from a home in Auburn in Placer County, hours after the initial shooting occurred 30 miles away in a strip mall in Sacramento, said Placer County Sheriff's spokeswoman Dena Erwin
Authorities said they have not determined a motive for the attacks.
Marquez, who public records indicate is from Salt Lake City

[ this will look bad for moonbeam if it turns out these two were "dreamers" ]

Gov. Jerry Brown issued a statement Friday night about the fatal shootings:

The brutal murders of Sheriff’s Deputy Danny Oliver and Sheriff’s Detective Michael Davis are a tragic reminder of the sacrifices we demand of our peace officers and the incredible courage they display as they protect our communities.

Read more here:
Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on October 25, 2014, 10:44:25 am
some heresay:

Why has the media not shown this killer? In one news report they list the woman he was caught with as Janelle Monroy of West Valley City, Utah. A quick Facebook search reveals something interesting in Monroy's friends list. Marquez is listed as Monroy's friend. It certainly appears that killer Marcelo Marquez has two accounts, AKA Julian L. Beltran, also in Monroy's friend list. Same pics, but Julian's account shows Sinoloa Tattoos. Clown pic in Wife beater shirt shows top of the "S" in Sinoloa in the Marquez pics.

Why are they NOT revealing this guy? If he was a skinhead, he would have been pictured by now.

Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on October 25, 2014, 02:55:29 pm
Doug petri says:   
  October 25, 2014 at 9:45 am   
The Sacramento Bee identified the female as Janelle Monroy of West Velley City, Utah. She has a Facebook page. Check her out. Marcelo Marquez is listed as her friend. Be sure to check out Julian L. Beltran on her friends list. It appears to be Marquez’s AKA profile. Gang looking tattoos. Why can I find this info, but news outlets are not reporting what appears to be a Mexican national that murdered our Deputies? They show no pictures and state he is from Utah, but infact, it appears that he is from Siniloa.
   John Galt says:   
 October 25, 2014 at 1:37 pm   
Yes, apparently also a/k/a Julian L. Beltran on FB.
Yes, apparently a Mexican. Likes Obama on FB.
Stay tuned for MSM to release further information after the election?

Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on October 26, 2014, 10:23:05 am
The MSM can't print the word ILLEGAL ALIEN  in a news article .....

Also interesting the U.S. never gives the death penalty to Mexican Nationals because there is no death penalty in Mexico
see: John FORBES Kerry Kohn Bilderberger

But Texas is still a republic and knows what to do:
Edgar Arias TAMAYO Executed by lethal injection on January 22, 2014

Tamayo was among more than four dozen Mexican nationals awaiting execution in the U.S. when the International Court of Justice in The Hague, Netherlands, ruled in 2004 they hadn't been advised properly of their consular rights. The Supreme Court subsequently said hearings urged by the international court in those inmates' cases could be mandated only if Congress implemented legislation to do so.

"Unfortunately, this legislation has not been adopted," the Mexican foreign ministry acknowledged
Luis Enrique Monroy Bracamonte aka Marcelo Marquez was deported twice!

Luis Enrique Monroy Bracamonte aka Marcelo Marquez who shot and killed two sheriff’s deputies yesterday was deported from this country twice AND is (as I thought) and illegal alien.

Luis Enrique Monroy Bracamonte aka Marcelo Marquez was deported in 1997, and 2001. Yet under Obama’s open borders policy, he made it back into this country and killed two sheriff’s deputies.


The L.A. Times is still playing word games, even for this murderous illegal, defining Luis Enrique Monroy Bracamonte as an ‘undocumented immigrant’.
Authorities: Suspect in California shooting spree was deported to Mexico twice
  By Andreas Preuss and Michael Martinez, CNN
updated 5:31 AM EDT, Sun October 26, 2014

Los Angeles (CNN) -- One of the suspects in a California shooting spree that left two sheriff's deputies dead was deported to Mexico twice, according to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Virginia Kice, a spokeswoman for ICE, says that Marcelo Marquez is actually an alias for a man named Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte. He was removed from the U.S. twice, the first time in 1997 after an arrest and conviction in Arizona for narcotics possession. He was arrested and sent back to Mexico again in 2001.

Gov. Jerry Brown to Mexican Illegals: 'You're All Welcome in California'

On Monday evening, California Governor Jerry Brown said all Mexicans, including illegal immigrants, are welcome in California.
Brown has made California a sanctuary state by signing the Trust Act and giving driver's licenses to illegal immigrants. He has also expanded financial aid to illegal immigrants by signing the California DREAM Act. Peña Nieto reportedly "thanked state officials for embracing foreigners, citing measures that extend state benefits to immigrants."



The suspect, Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte, now has an immigration detainer against him. It calls for him to be transferred to federal custody after this case has been decided so they can pursue deportation, although that clearly hasn’t worked twice.

The suspect was arrested and deported in 1997 for illegal drug possession and again four years later for an undisclosed offense, reported The Sacramento Bee.

Monroy-Bracamonte gave authorities the fictitious identity of Marcelo Marquez, 34, of Salt Lake City. It was through fingerprints that authorities determined his true identity.
There is evidence that he used several different identities. One friend who knew him only as “Tiger” said she believed his name was Julian Beltran according to the Sacramento Bee.

[ But would you vote for this man? The Bank Bailout King? ... ]

Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on October 26, 2014, 04:56:10 pm
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In honor of the thousands of American citizens  killed each year by Illegal Aliens.

Deaths that could have been prevented if Congress and the President would have secured our border and enforced existing U.S. immigration laws.
Do you have a car jacking defense against illegal alien cop killers?
Family of DUI homicide victim: Feds failed to deport illegal-immigrant killer

Family members of a Chicago man killed in 2011 by a drunk driver are steaming mad at city officials for failing to bring the driver’s illegal immigration status to the attention of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) when they first learned about it, four years ago.
Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: chris jones on October 26, 2014, 06:15:46 pm
 Soon enough we can become an endangered species, or how about American minority rights.
Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: jofortruth on October 26, 2014, 06:53:06 pm
Officials: Suspect in shootings of NorCal deputies deported twice

Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on October 27, 2014, 11:04:13 am
Obama & Brown Guilty of Shielding Alleged Illegal Alien Cop Killer


Under Jerry Brown and a supermajority of illegal alien enablers, whose welcome-mat policies have encouraged more illegals come to California than any other state, should be held responsible. President Obama has been no better: by executive order, he has effectively nullified all enforcement of immigration laws in the United States.

You can see the names of those who voted for the Trust Act (AB4), to protect illegal alien criminals from detection, if their crimes are deemed minor (just like this alleged killer).

Monroy-Bracamonte's alleged crimes would have been deemed minor under this law, and he would have been "legally" permitted to remain here, had his arrests been in California instead of other states.  That means this policy endorsed by Gov. Jerry Brown, Attorney General Kamala Harris, and even some police chiefs, are complicit in protecting this dangerous man from being deported before he allegedly committed this unconscionable double-murder.

It is ironic that California Democrats and a handful of Republicans just passed a law (AB1014) to allow the government to break down your door and confiscate your guns without a day in court if a "family member" deems you a threat to yourself or others, but they will not allow law enforcement to cooperate with ICE to remove illegal aliens who pose a threat to public safety.

It is strange that the so-called journalists who rant and rail in favor of gun control and unchecked illegal immigration have remained silent on how an illegal alien--yes, he's not "undocumented," his documents were false--could navigate our society for over a decade, get a drivers license, work, and buy a gun in spite of the byzantine myriad of gun control restrictions now in place to prevent it. 

He must have bought it--yes, you guessed it—illegally. 

A report from the AP says that the alleged killer "told Sacramento County Sheriff's investigators that he was 34-year-old Marcelo Marquez of Salt Lake City. However, his fingerprints match the biometric records of a Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte in a federal database, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokeswoman Virginia Kice said.”

Further down at the end of the article, the AP [ ]
 makes note that this illegal alien, whatever his name is, had racked up no less than 10 tickets and multiple misdemeanor offenses between 2003 and 2009 as "Marcelo Marquez." Prior to that, Kice tells us that Monroy-Bracamonte was first removed from the country in 1997 after being convicted in Arizona for possession of narcotics for sale. Then Monroy-Bracamonte was arrested and repatriated to Mexico a second time in 2001.

ICE investigators were able to figure this out less than 24 hours after his arrest because they ran his fingerprints through the ICE database, something that is forbidden in California by the Trust Act for all but the most violent criminals. 

This raises serious questions. 

How did he get a drivers license? 

How is it that his fake ID was not detected over a decade, even though he'd had over a dozen encounters with law enforcement, either at traffic stops or as misdemeanors?

After the passage of AB60 in California, illegal aliens may now obtain a California drivers license as long as they can produce a consular ID known as a Matricula Consular, which the FBI has said is one of the most insecure documents in existence. Once you have your California drivers license, you can build an identity, just like Monroy-Bracamonte did with a Utah Drivers license
Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on October 27, 2014, 11:18:52 am
Why was this guy in Utah ... hmmmm.... maybe because that is a Drug Hub of the Nation with the Sinaloa Cartel +Meth ....  

Re: Janet Napolitano denies knowing about “Fast and Furious” during operation.
Our new Dream Act Citizen's...

Joaquín Archivaldo Guzmán Loera (born December 25, 1954,[1] or April 4, 1957[2]) is a Mexican drug lord who heads the Sinaloa Cartel, a criminal organization named after the Mexican Pacific coast state of Sinaloa where it was initially formed. Known as "El Chapo Guzmán" ("Shorty Guzmán", pronounced: [el ˈtʃapo gusˈman]) for his 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in) stature, he became Mexico's top drug kingpin in 2003 after the arrest of his rival Osiel Cárdenas of the Gulf Cartel, and is now considered "The most powerful drug trafficker in the world," by the United States Department of the Treasury

His habit of moving from place to place allowed him to nurture contacts throughout the country. He was now operating in 17 of 31 Mexican states. With his business expanding, he placed his trusted friend Ignacio "Nacho" Coronel Villarreal in charge of methamphetamine production; this way Guzmán could continue being the boss of bosses. Coronel Villarreal proved so reliable in the Guzmán business that he became known as "Crystal King


They need more immigration so the cartels can have more troops in our country...
US under siege by Mexican gangs and drug cartels
October 6th 2011

During the past two years the state of Texas has become increasingly threatened by the  spread of Mexican cartel organized crime. The threat reflects a change in the strategic intent of the cartels to move their operations into the United States.

In effect, the cartels  seek to create a “sanitary zone” inside the Texas border — one county deep — that will  provide sanctuary from Mexican law enforcement and, at the same time, enable the cartels to transform Texas’ border counties into narcotics transshipment points for continued  transport and distribution into the continental United States. To achieve their objectives the  cartels are relying increasingly on organized gangs to provide expendable and  unaccountable manpower to do their dirty work. These gangs are recruited on the streets of  Texas cities and inside Texas prisons by top-tier gangs who work in conjunction with the cartels.

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There Are 1.4 MILLION Gang Members In The United States And More Pour Into The Country Every Single Day
By Michael, on January 20th, 2012
A vast army of heavily armed criminals has embedded itself in every major city in the United States.  In fact, nearly every community in America is now affected by these thugs.  Drugs, theft and brutal violence are all part of the every day lifestyle of the members of this army.  They aggressively recruit our young people and floods of illegal immigrants are joining their ranks.
The FBI tells us that there are now 1.4 million gang members involved in the 33,000 different gangs that are active inside the United States.  The number of gang members in the U.S. has increased by 40 percent since 2009.  Just think about that.  That is absolutely astounding. 

Just since 2009, the number of gang members has increased by 40 percent.  The FBI says that 48 percent of all violent crime in this country can be directly traced to gangs and that this is a national crisis that is progressively getting worse

Unfortunately, the federal government refuses to secure our borders and is allowing new waves of illegal immigrants to enter the United States every single day.
World Drug Report Reveals The Staggering Extent Of North America's Meth Problem
Michael Kelley      Jun. 26, 2013

From 2010 to 2011 worldwide seizures of methamphetamine by authorities grew by 73% — from 51 tons to 88 tons — and 61% (54 tons) of all seizures were reported by Mexico and the U.S.

From the report (emphasis ours):

The highest methamphetamine seizures were reported by Mexico, where seizures more than doubled, from 13 tons to 31 tons [i.e. the most in the world], and surpassed for the first time those of the United States which seized 23 tons in 2011, up from 15 tons in 2010. ...

Most methamphetamine laboratories continue to be reported by the United States, where their numbers quadrupled from 2,754 in 2010 to 11,116 in 2011.

Basically, Mexico and the U.S. combined are a meth powerhouse.


The Sinaloa Cartel, led by Mexican kingpin Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, accounts for 80% of the U.S. meth trade
It should be noted that there are allegations that Guzmán, who was on the Forbes' list of billionaires from 2009 to 2012, works with the U.S. government.
In court documents, a high-ranking member of Sinaloa currently in U.S. custody asserted that Guzmán is a U.S. informant, Sinaloa was "given carte blanche to continue to smuggle tons of illicit drugs into Chicago," and Operation Fast and Furious was part of an agreement to finance and arm the cartel in exchange for information used to take down its rivals.
The claims were corroborated by a Mexican foreign service officer who doubled as a confidential source for the U.S. security firm Stratfor when he alleged that the U.S. government works with Mexican cartels to traffic drugs into the U.S., and that in 2010 the U.S. sided with Sinaloa in an attempt to limit the violence in Mexico.
Taking Back the Streets: ICE and Local Law Enforcement Target Immigrant Gangs

History of MS-13

During the 1980s and 1990s more than two million immigrants arrived in the United States from Central America, fleeing civil wars and difficult economic conditions. Most settled in the Los Angeles area; in that region alone during the 1980s, the Salvadoran population increased tenfold, from 30,000 to 300,000. Very few of the Central American migrants had been granted refugee, asylum, or other legal status; an overwhelming majority of the new arrivals settled as illegal aliens. 20
26 MS-13 gang members indicted for racketeering
ATLANTA – A federal indictment was unsealed today charging 26 members of the violent street gang called “Mara Salvatrucha” (MS-13) with federal racketeering and related crimes, including seven murders and 14 attempted murders, in metropolitan Atlanta.
México City México (LDS) Temple
Mazur: LDS Church -- Mexico Drug Money Connection?
Tuesday, 15 May 2007, 11:29 am
Opinion: Suzan Mazur 

LDS Church -- Mexico Drug Money Connection?

"When a Mexican bishop declared that drug traffickers often donate to the church, shock waves ran through this predominantly Roman Catholic nation not because the news was a surprise, but because admitting it was tantamount to confessing that nothing, not even God, is sacred when it comes to organized crime in Mexico. Provoking an uproar were Bishop Ramon Godinez’s comments to reporters that donations from drug traffickers are not unusual and it’s not the church’s responsibility to investigate. He argued that the money is “purified” once it passes through parish doors."
– Lisa J. Adams, AP, 10/5/5 [ Mexican Church Gets Donations From Drug Dealers ]

Map Of Mormon Stakes & Missions In Mexico - Source

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has had a presence in what is now Mexico since the 1870s. Some of those early polygamist Mormon settlers of Chihuahua's Colonia Dublan and Colonia Juarez – where Mitt Romney’s father George W. was born and where some Romney family still lives (George somehow ran for US President in 1968) [ See… Scoop: Suzan Mazur: Big Love, Romney, Bush & Mormons ] – returned to Salt Lake City at one point bringing marijuana with them. The blood atonement and drugs cocktail of Mexico's polygamist Ervil LeBaron family would haunt the Mormon culture in years to come.

But while the LDS church now forbids the use of marijuana and other intoxicants, it does not ask whether drug profits might be the source of the 10% annual income donation all “temple worthy” Mormons must pay the church. And it’s strictly between the LDS church and God as to how much money is in the church treasury as well as how it is spent. So with the countries of Latin America coming into their own as narco-economies in the mid 1980s, it is particularly curious that the Mormon Church began stepping up its proselytizing there, particularly in Mexico.

Beginning in 1985 and until 1990, the LDS growth rate rose 15.29%, from 302,000 to 615,000 in Mexico. Most sources place the current LDS Mexico membership at between 3 and 4 million.

In their book The Money and the Power: The Making of Las Vegas and its Hold on America , Sally Denton and Roger Morris have noted that the LDS church has in the past not been averse to accepting dirty money:

“. . .as a handful of insiders knew, a special private plane began leaving Las Vegas every Monday morning for Salt Lake City, carrying to the LDS headquarters millions of dollars earned and tithed in the city.”

And there have been numerous reports by residents and observers of Hildale-Colorado City, the polygamist colony straddling the Utah-Arizona border, that over the past 20 years the Colorado City airport, which was built with Fed millions, has served as a Mena, Arkansas type transit point for drugs, drug money, guns as well as trafficking of women.

Just north of the Grand Canyon and a short hop from Vegas, it replaced the unpaved airstrip that served planes going all the way back to the 1960s, long before it became Arizona’s “1992 Airport of the Year” run by Ladell Bistline, who has since fled the polygamist cult following the redistribution of his wives. What does all this say about widespread church/state criminal activity? [Click here: Scoop: The AZ Polygamy Town Airport Built With Fed $$$Mns]

And with the Mexican political economy awash in drug money, how can narco-dollars not be a significant part of LDS Church Mexico tithes?

We also know that the Mormon Church has a long history of feeding personnel to the US intel agencies, the CIA and FBI – J. Edgar Hoover started the Bureau with Mormon agents. Alex Shoumatoff in his book, for example, recounts running into Bill Casey in the VIP gallery of the Mormon Church in Salt Lake City one afternoon. That means there is a good chance monies pouring into church coffers could also be black budget earmarked:

“One afternoon in the summer of 1983, I sat in the VIP gallery [of Salt Lake City’s LDS church] with two fidgety men in their thirties and an old man, who turned out to be William Casey, then director of the CIA, and his Secret Service guards. The Central Intelligence Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation recruit heavily from the Saints, who make ideal operatives because they are extremely patriotic and have an aptitude for surveillance technology.”

And as I’ve noted in previous stories, when Robert Mueller took over as FBI Bureau Chief, he moved Darwin A. John -- the LDS church’s Chief Information Officer for more than a decade -- into the FBI CIO spot.

Some hard questions need to be raised about the so-called fastest growing religion in America and its former bishop, Mitt Romney, now running as a follow-up to George W. Bush for US President. Are you listening Sharpton and Hitchens?


The AZ Polygamy Town Airport Built With Fed $$$Mns
 Built W/ Fed Millions: What's Up At AZ Polyg Town Airport?

The first shock is the realization that an airport costing Americans $3 million exists in the polygamist-owned Arizona wastelands of Colorado City. It sits "Spielberg-like" north of the Grand Canyon, east of the Colorado River and serves a handful of planes. How and why it materialized is the second shock. But most disturbing is what a town of outlaw cultists might be using an isolated airstrip for under the radar.
 LDS experts trained in surveillance technology have wormed their way into America's intel agencies, even as the FBI complains to the Senate Judiciary Committee which oversees it that the bureau's "shortcomings" are a result of computer problems.

 In fact, up until about a year ago, the Chief Information Officer of the FBI was a man who had served as Chief Information Officer of the LDS church for over a decade -- Darwin John.
More feasible is that the remoteness of the airport provides perfect cover for sensitive business traffic along the lines of drugs-for-weapons swaps like we saw in Mena, Arkansas. As Arizona's "1992 Airport of the Year," the Colorado City airstrip is also just minutes away from Las Vegas, presenting serious money laundering options.
The Mexican Mormon War

The Mexican drug cartels are at war… with Mormons. VICE founder Shane Smith went down to Ciudad Juárez, near the US border, to investigate this bizarre story.

We learn how the “Mormon Manson” turned his family into assassins, leading to the murder of 40 people, all in the name of blood atonement. The cartel boss “El Rikin” gets revenge against a local Mormon community leader.

The Mormons illegally arm themselves and implement counter-terrorism techniques the US military used in Iraq and Afghanistan. VICE team is stalked by the cartel after going on patrol with the police and drinking with the Mormons.

We also learn what Mitt Romney’s Mexican cousins think about his strict immigration policies. VICE talks to Mitt Romney’s Mexican relatives about the time a family member was kidnapped and held for ransom by the cartel.
Salt Lake considered a hub for cartels selling Mexican meth
Published: 10/12/2012

SALT LAKE, Utah (ABC 4 News) – The Drug Enforcement Agency said Salt Lake City is one of six U.S. cities where large amounts of Mexican methamphetamine is turning up.

Smith calls the Sinaloa cartel members sophisticated businessmen who run an operation similar to a fast food chain.

He said the cartels manufacture large amounts of nearly pure meth in “super labs” in Mexico. The cartels sell it at a cheap price and try to get as many people hooked on it as quickly as possible.
The drugs are then shipped from stash houses in the Salt Lake Valley to various cities across the U.S. Other cities considered hubs for Mexican meth are Denver, Phoenix, Dallas, St. Louis and Chicago.
Salt Lake has been fortunate to not see the violence or murders associated with the drug trade.
Salt Lake City meth capital of the world...Mormons watch the cult, they do not see this.
Published on Oct 13, 2012 

Salt Lake city is number 6 in the world for meth distribution and labs in homes. ...
Horrific murder no surprise in meth capital of US ..
Jan 21 2012
When you get this type of tragedy, it’s not a surprise that drugs were involved," said Lt. Mark Salazar, the Fresno Police Department’s homicide commander. "Meth has been a factor in other violent crimes."
A Bakersfield mother was sentenced Tuesday for stabbing her newborn while in a meth rage. An Oklahoma woman drowned her baby in a washing machine in November. A New Mexico woman claiming to be God stabbed her son with a screwdriver last month, saying, "God wants him dead."
"Once people who are on meth become psychotic, they are very dangerous," said Dr. Alex Stalcup, who treated Haight Ashbury heroin users in the 1960s, but now researches meth and works with addicts in the San Francisco Bay Area suburbs. "They’re completely bonkers; they’re nuts. We’re talking about very extreme alterations of normal brain function. Once someone becomes triggered to violence, there aren’t any limits or boundaries."
Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on October 27, 2014, 02:54:34 pm
Like other domestic criminal investigations - the public will NOT be told/informed, how and where the illegal alien ex-con criminal with multiple aliases obtained his weapons  ie "guns"... Was the ar-15 a fast&furious gun walker gun? So another gun control law epic fail  and shows how the honest people NEED the very guns this sob had in his possession .  

Also, so far not a single photo of the perp's supposed "Wife" who is an accessory to murder - ( yet she is not being charged for that ... )  Janelle Marquez Monroy

"A woman who was with the suspect earlier was also taken into custody in Placer County, and authorities said she had a handgun in her purse "

His wife, Janelle Marquez Monroy, 38, faces a count of attempted murder and two counts of carjacking.

Monroy, whose Facebook pagesunder at least two different namesindicate she attended high school in Phoenix and who is a U.S. citizen, has declined media requests for interviews;
Marquez indicated he is willing to talk to reporters, but sheriff’s officials said he would not be made available Saturday as their homicide investigation continues.

Interesting that supposedly he had no drugs on him ie METH (dumped during the chase) ... or maybe cash that would be transporting to/from SACTO -  Salt lake City - where is a statement from the FBI as this is interstate crime and racketeering matter

I suspect the Deputy stepped in at a bad moment and saw something he was not supposed to see,,,

Also not a word as to what type of work the perp and his "wife" has been doing for the last 10 years ... ie many crimes here in the states that he was not prosecuted for ...

Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on October 28, 2014, 10:35:47 am
interesting his "brother" steps out of the shadows ....  It appears he may have been on the run FROM the cartel gang in Salt Lake ...  He apparently provided the weapons to his "brother".

So he and the perps wife provided cover for the Illegal alien ex-con brother... OK ...
Brother of Utah man arrested in death of California deputies speaks out
10/25/2014 08:52 PM

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (ABC 4 UTAH)-We are now hearing from the brother of 34-year-old Marcelo Marquez, the man suspected of shooting and killing two deputies in Sacramento, California on Friday.

Hector Monroy says his brother's strange and violent behavior started earlier in the week. He says Marquez came to his house, high on drugs, pointed a gun at him and demanded money.

"He said he was in trouble," Monroy said. "He told me not to ask any questions and just give him money."


Monroy explained he has a different last name than his brother because Marquez changed it after, "he got into some kind of trouble."

Monroy said they lived together in Utah before Marquez went on the run with his wife on Monday. Monroy said he gave Marquez $400 and hid a bag of weapons belonging to him before they left because he had no choice.

"I told him I was not going to give them back," Monroy said. "But I have a daughter and he threatened me. He said he would hit me where it hurts the most."

After the confrontation with his brother, Monroy said he packed his bags and left the house because he feared for his safety.

During the week, Monroy told ABC News that Marquez continued to call him during the week and ask him for more money. The  last call Monroy got was Friday at 1 p.m.


Since the shooting, we have learned that Marquez was deported twice and has a drug conviction

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Suspect in Police Killings Avoided Scrutiny
SAN DIEGO — Oct 26, 2014, 7:39 PM ET

Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones told The Sacramento Bee on Sunday that he may have lived under multiple identities and that he may have had troubles with the law under another name.

"We're not convinced we have a full picture of his identity," Jones told the newspaper. "Immigration has come up with one identity. We are not entirely convinced that is his only identity."

Mauro Marquez, his father-in-law, told the Los Angeles Times that he always knew him as Luis Monroy and said his son-in-law worked as a house painter. He said the couple moved to Utah a couple years after marrying about 14 years ago in Arizona.

Marquez told the newspaper that and he and his wife spent a couple days around Christmas with them each year at their home in West Valley, a suburb of Salt Lake City.

Janelle Marquez Monroy, 38, was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and carjacking after the attack on Friday that left two deputies dead and a sheriff's deputy and an attempted carjacking victim wounded. No attorneys were listed for either suspect in jail records.

A search of Utah court records for Marcelo Marquez shows a history of about 10 tickets and misdemeanor traffic offenses between 2003 and 2009, which typically don't trigger a fingerprint check against immigration records. The records list one speeding ticket in 2009 and three small claims filings attempting to collect outstanding debts.

Monroy-Bracamonte appears to have avoided work for government contractors or other employers that might have exposed him to extra scrutiny.

Krista Sorenson of Salt Lake City said he and his brother mowed her lawn and fixed her sprinklers about four years ago, describing them as "just super nice, decent hard-working, trying to figure out how to make a living." They distributed handbills that said Brothers Landscaping.

[ these landscaping businesses also are used to "case" possible burglary marks and a front to hide criminal activities and income ]   

Peter Nunez, a former U.S. attorney in San Diego and chairman of the Center for Immigration Studies, which advocates for tighter immigration policies, said the incident exposes shortcomings in border security and interior enforcement. He questioned how the suspect was apparently able to assume another identify.

"It's symptomatic of the entire system," he said.

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What Cali and Medellin are to Colombia's narcotraffickers, Sinaloa is to the drug lords of Mexico. Nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the Sierra Madre mountains in Mexico's northwest, this drug-rich Mexican state is just a two-day drive from the U.S. border. Sinaloa, says former Mexican Federal Police Commander Guillermo Gonzalez Calderoni, "is the cradle of the biggest traffickers Mexico has ever known."

For decades Sinaloa has been Mexico's breadbasket. Its fertile fields have produced huge crops of soybeans and sesame seeds--and vast amounts of marijuana and heroin destined for U.S. markets. Sinaloa's poor campesinos have made it big--growing and selling these narcotics and networking their way from the foothills of the Sierra Madre to become major players in Mexico's drug cartels:

Ernesto "Don Neto" Fonseca, Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo, Rafael Caro Quintero, Guero Palma, Amado Carillo Fuentes, Ismael"El Mayo" Zambada, Joaquin "Chapo" Guzman, Manuel Salcido Uzeta a.k.a. Cochi Loco and the Arellano Felix brothers.

They are all Mexico's most infamous narcotraffickers. And they all have made Culiacan, Sinaloa's state capital, their hometown.
These drug lords live in luxury homes in the hills of Culiacan-- a city of 600,000 which seems prosperous and modern compared to the rural villages that dominate Sinaloa. The drug business is so ingrained in Culiacan, its souvenir shops sell items with emblems commemorating the outlaw culture: marijuana leaf belts, machine gun buckles, embroideries of airplanes, like those used for smuggling. And, there's even a patron saint of drug smuggling--the legendary bandito Jesus Malverde-whose image is seen dangling from the chain necklaces of many young Culiacan men.
México Culiacán Mission Branch   (Culiacan, Mexico
Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on October 29, 2014, 01:02:52 pm
So the reason the perp left Salt lake in a hurry was "he was in Trouble" ... Interesting that his "bro" provided the weapons  used in the murders ...  hmmm

Earlier this year:
Thirteen Arrested in Operation Targeting Methamphetamine and Heroin Distribution in Utah

U.S. Attorney’s Office April 04, 2014   
District of Utah (801) 524-5682
SALT LAKE CITY—Thirteen arrests were made Wednesday as a part of a federal Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force case targeting the distribution of methamphetamine and heroin in Utah by alleged members of the La Raza gang and their associates.

The individuals are charged in two indictments unsealed Wednesday and Thursday with distribution of methamphetamine and heroin; conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and heroin; possession of methamphetamine and heroin with intent to distribute; and money laundering.

During the execution of the arrests and searches Wednesday, law enforcement officers seized approximately 10 pounds of methamphetamine and heroin, seven firearms, eight vehicles, and approximately $175,000 in cash.

Head of Major Meth Conspiracy Pleads Guilty in Federal Court
 By Tom Morton October 1, 2014 12:36 PM

The head of a Casper-based statewide methamphetamine ring pleaded guilty to conspiracy, possession with intent to distribute and money laundering counts in federal court in Casper on Wednesday.

Ernie Paul Montoya Sr. — also known as Ernest Montoya — could face a mandatory minimum 10 years behind bars on each count when he is sentenced on Dec. 16, U.S. District Court Judge Scott Skavdahl said.

Montoya is in his late 60s, according to court records.

During his plea, Montoya said he would drive from Casper to Salt Lake City and obtain quantities of more than 500 grams — 17.9 ounces — and return to Wyoming and distribute them to other co-conspirators for selling in Casper, Gillette, Riverton and Rawlins.

Sometimes he would sell local dealers the drugs for cash, and sometimes he would “front” the drugs without payment until the sellers received their money and then repaid him, he said.

Utah Hispanic Gangs

A California gang influence on Utah's local Hispanic gangs was identified as early as the 1970's. One of Salt Lake's earliest gangs, Chosen Few, was started by teenagers who were influenced by the movie, "Boulevard Nights," which was portrayed Southern California's Hispanic gang culture. Since that time, Utah's Hispanic gang culture has continued to grow, and the gang culture in Southern California has served as the primary influence. Surenos gangs were formed in the Latino neighborhoods of Los Angeles. Surenos simply means "Southerners." Surenos gangs will frequently use the initials SUR and the number 13 to identify. Large Surenos gangs in the Salt Lake area include Surenos 13, Chiques Trece, Avenues, 18th Street, 38th street, Gardenia Trece, Florencia 13, and others. Nortenos affiliates mostly hail from north of Bakersfield, California. Nortenos means "Northerners," and Nortenos groups in the area use N, Norte and the number 14 to identify. Nortenos affiliates include 21st Street, Diamond Street, Familia Varrio Loco (FVL) and VI Nortenos. Many of these groups continue to have on-going, long-running conflicts.

 Some Hispanic groups are modeled after the California style, but don't claim either Surenos or Nortenos affiliation. Many of these groups claim the color brown, and may use Surenos symbols. They are frequently referred to as Brown Pride gangs. QVO, La Raza, and Big Dick Gang (BDG) are brown pride gangs found in Salt Lake area.

Two trends have recently been identified within Utah's Hispanic gang culture.

The area is seeing more California transplants from Surenos affiliates, including 18th Street, Avenues - 43rd Street, Florencia 13, White Fence, 38th Street and others. These new arrivals have caused some street level gang alignments to shift.

The area has seen an increase in gang members from Mexico's large drug cartel gangs, including the Sinaloan Cartel (Sinaloan Cowboys) and the Juarez cartel. It appears that as much as 70 to 80% of the area's street level narcotics have been transported in either from or through Mexico.

Drug gang members in the area are involved in the distribution of cocaine, Mexican tar heroin, marijuana, and methamphetamines.

[ meth production has moved to Mexico .... ]


“The Meth Epidemic is Still Huge.”

The shocking discrepancy between Utah’s meth labs and Utah’s meth usage has been acknowledged, if not by the news media, then by organizations committed to minimizing drug crime and meth-related deaths and injuries.  According to Scott Burns, the Deputy Director for the Office of National Drug Control Policy, “The days of an epidemic of meth labs are over.”  Perhaps Burns is correct: in 1999, there were 272 meth lab busts in the state of Utah.  In 2007, there were three.  Now, it’s been whittled down to two.  Maybe in five years it will be zero.

But while the prevalence of meth labs in Utah has seen a sharp decline since peak production furor in the 1990s and early 2000s, the problem of actual meth usage continues to spread.  After all, meth can always be imported — and members of law enforcement say that most of it is imported.

According to Lieutenant Richard Ferguson of the Utah County Major Crimes Task Force, a staggering 95% of meth in the United States is brought in by Mexican drug cartels.  Some of the major roadways through Utah, such as Interstates 70 and 80, act like veins and arteries carrying meth throughout the state.
Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on October 29, 2014, 06:13:49 pm
more details about the perp:

He had been convicted in Arizona for selling drugs and deported to Mexico twice.

The man arrested Friday identified himself as 34-year-old Marcelo Marquez of Salt Lake City when he was taken into custody, but his fingerprints matched biometric records of Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte in a federal database, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokeswoman Virginia Kice told the Associated Press.

Monroy-Bracamonte has been sent back to Mexico in 1997, and again in 2001.

Officials said Monroy-Bracamonte was removed by an immigration judge following a conviction in Arizona in 1997 on charges of possession of narcotics for sale. He was arrested a second time in 2001, according to immigration officials.

But the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, in Arizona, had Marquez in custody four times, according to a news release from the department issued Monday.

Marquez, known to the Sheriff's Office as Luis Bracamonte, was first jailed in 1996, accused of several felonies, including drug sales. He spent four months behind bars before officials released Marquez to ICE in 1997.

In 1998, Marquez was arrested on the possession of narcotic drugs, misconduct involving weapons and possession of marijuana. He was jailed and released.

On May 4, 2001, officials arrested Marquez for the third time -- he was accused of selling drugs and possessing marijuana to be sold, the Sheriff's Department said.

Nearly three months later, on July 26, 2001, Marquez was arrested for failure to appear on drug charges. He posted bond and was released. At that point, it appears he left the state of Arizona.

Marquez appeared to be living quietly with his wife in a suburb of Salt Lake City until his arrest Friday after the shootings in Sacramento and Placer counties.

Investigators were trying to determine how he avoided scrutiny.

Read more:

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Suspect in deputy deaths had Utah arrest
Monroy-Bracamonte and his wife, Janelle Marquez Monroy, 38, are accused of leading authorities on a six-hour chase that began after Sacramento County sheriff's Deputy Danny Oliver, 47, was shot in the forehead as he checked out a suspicious car in a motel parking lot.

Monroy's father said his daughter was trying to talk to Oliver in California before he was shot and killed.

The couple were arguing loudly in their parked car when they were approached by Oliver and his partner, Mauro Marquez told The Sacramento Bee in an interview in Spanish from his home in Phoenix.

Marquez said his daughter told him from her jail cell that she had wanted to leave Monroy-Bracamonte "because of the madness he had and drugs."


Immigration officials say Monroy-Bracamonte was last deported in 2001 - and that his fingerprints match those of the man held in the California rampage.

Two years after the deportation, court records show, Marcelo Marquez was arrested on April 21, 2003, in West Valley City for misdemeanor hit-and-run and making a false police report. He pleaded guilty, received a year of probation and was fined about $500.

Police spokeswoman Roxanne Vainuku said an index finger print of the suspect was taken and sent to state authorities.

In Utah, fingerprint data is entered into a biometric database for all suspects booked into jail. But for those who are cited and released, police take a print from a single finger that's kept in state criminal records.

But unless there's a request from an investigator, the print is not run against the biometric database to determine whether the person has a prior record outside Utah or is using an alias, said Alice Moffat, director of the Bureau of Criminal Identification.

"We get hundreds of those misdemeanor citations every day," she said.

Records show Marquez obtained a driving privilege card for persons without proof of legal immigration status in June 2011 - the month before the state began requiring fingerprints for the cards. When the identification card expired the following year, he didn't renew it, said Utah Department of Public Safety spokesman Dwayne Baird.

Sacramento County sheriff's spokeswoman Sgt. Lisa Bowman said her department still has been unable to confirm information released by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement that Marquez is really Monroy-Bracamonte.
Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on October 30, 2014, 12:03:09 pm
No new news as to all his aliases and what he was up to "earn a living" for the last ten years in country or that he got his weapons from his "brother" and worked for his "brother" for cash and that his "wife" was a legal immigrant . IE this family housed "HARBORED" a felon for ten years and provide guns to the killer ... Shouldn't that family go to jail and or be deported?   
Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on November 03, 2014, 06:11:23 pm
No new news about the perps really ... they never print the words "illegal alien" felon ....
And that has been the whole thing . The fallen deputies  certainly were "victims" which has been played up in the press MSM , but not a word as to what a scum bag this was and how he should not have been in this country or at least here but in jail.  Just amazing , and what about the family that is harboring deported felons and PROVIDED THE WEAPONS used in the crime? Not a word

The silence from the press and the authorities is absolutely deafening.
Murder suspects make first court appearance
November 03, 2014 | Posted by Dawn Hodson

Accused cop killer Luis Enrique Monroy Bracamonte, 34, identified in court documents as Marcelo Marquez, was arraigned last week in Sacramento Superior Court on 14 charges including two counts of murder, three counts of attempted murder, four counts of carjacking, stealing a patrol car and deputy’s weapon, being a felon in possession of a firearm and possession of an assault weapon.

His wife, Janelle Marquez Monroy, 38, faces one count of murder, three counts of attempted murder, four counts of carjacking and possession of an assault weapon.

Additional charges may be filed against the couple as the investigation continues. The case will be jointly prosecuted by the Sacramento County and Placer County District Attorney’s Offices.
Officials believe the couple lived in Utah until at least last year and later came to California. Why they came and when is not known.

At the Oct. 28 arraignment, neither Bracamonte nor his wife entered a plea. Both will be back in court on Dec. 9.
Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on November 04, 2014, 01:46:53 pm
This is the kind of story gets me throwing things ... A typical leftwing bullsh_t communist partyline
This guy was walking around because tptb wanted him there.
Editorial: A story about murder, not immigration failure
By the Editorial Board-
 10/29/2014 5:00 PM

Why wouldn’t Judge Helene Gweon allow the news media to photograph Marquez’s face in the courtroom Tuesday [ hmmmm.... ] Is he, or was he, a member of the Sinaloa drug cartel in Mexico? Is he an FBI informant? Under federal witness protection?


Marquez evidently had the wherewithal and funding for repeated border crossings,  [ he was a gang member and a thug used by tptb. ]
If this tells a story about immigration at all, it is that deportation isn’t a single simple solution to a complex problem like immigration reform, but part of a comprehensive approach. That’s one storyline that doesn’t play well to the staunch anti-immigration crowd.

Read more here:
Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on November 05, 2014, 11:30:49 am
So on the run, he left his dogs tied up  ...  They investigated "his home" days ago ... not one word from the FBI....
Dead dog, neglected animals found at Utah home of California shooting suspect
Published: Friday, Oct. 31 2014

WEST VALLEY CITY — Investigators found a dead dog and five other neglected pets at the home of a man accused of fatally shooting two California police officers last week, animal control officers said Thursday.

Officers searched the home of Marcelo Marquez — whose actual name is Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte, 34, according to immigration officers — after a neighbor called animal control concerned about the pets' well-being, according to Nate Beckstead, West Valley Animal Services field supervisor.

"One of dogs didn't look too good — the pit bull — and the Jack Russell (terrier) appeared to be dead," Beckstead said.
In addition to the two dogs, officers found three Rottweilers and a cat that were left at the house near 2900 West and 3000 South.

It appeared as if the animals had been alone for at least a week, according to Beckstead. They were thin and weak, but the Rottweilers were improving, he said. The pit bull will likely be treated by a veterinarian for a while and the cat showed signs that it was afraid of people.

The shelter is looking for owners for the animals.

Neighbor Collin Barkheimer said he did what he could to help the pit bull before animal control came on site.

"It would not move," he recalled. "It wouldn't eat."

Another man lived in the home with Monroy-Bracamonte and his wife, Janelle Marquez Monroy, the neighbor said.

Monroy-Bracamonte had been convicted in Arizona for selling drugs and deported to Mexico twice, according to The Associated Press.
Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on November 06, 2014, 01:11:58 pm

FOX40 Exclusive: Accused Deputy Killer Describes Crime Spree from Behind Bars

Posted 10:06 PM, November 5, 2014, by Tia Ewing, Updated at 09:48pm, November 5, 2014   

The 34-year-old did said he is remorseful in looking back on his criminal past, including – he claims – being part of a Mexican drug cartel.
Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on November 15, 2014, 12:52:09 pm
Just as an updated no new info ... there is a complete blackout on info to this guys history and the why where how about what was going on with this guy ... the media must have been told to shut up about this guy ... no word from the fbi no word from ICE ... just bizarre ... two good men dead and not a word ,... I guess if you are in a illegal sanctuary state then even murder is not investigated.  It was interesting that the deputies rifles were "locked up" during the fracus but no one asks about how a two time loser deportee has an ar-15 handy ....
Many of Auburn Police’s Rifles were Locked Up during Multi-County Rampage

Marquez is accused of using a handgun to fire the fatal shot that killed Sacramento County Sheriff’s Deputy Danny Oliver, but he is accused of using an AR-15 rifle to shot and kill Sheriff’s Detective Michael Davis.

That rifle is the same weapon many police officers carry in the field

But at Auburn PD that day, as reports were coming in that Marquez had one, those rifles were locked-up.

“Because this event was so large, with people responding to it so quickly, when people were responding to the scene, they didn’t have access to that AR. But it’s not that they were being deployed without AR. They had to go to the command post to be checked in and then be deployed. And so we have since rectified that issue,” Ruffcorn said.
Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on November 15, 2014, 04:35:16 pm
for the record: Hector Monroy is the " brother " - this guy must be another illegal in sanctuary in Utah,  -oh,  he ONLY speaks Spanish in the interview ....  No evidence thaqt the FBI has talk to him ... This was the guy harboring Marcelo ...  ... This and His story doesn't make any sense...
Shooting suspect's brother: This is all a nightmare

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But let us review the case  one more time ...
Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials said Mr. Monroy Bracamontes was deported for the first time in 1997 after he was convicted in Arizona of narcotics dealing. He was arrested again in Arizona in May 2001 on drug and weapons charges, but those were dismissed, and that month he was deported for a second time.

He was hardly an isolated example of a foreigner coming back to the United States illegally after deportation. From 2003 to 2013, about one-third of all deportations, 1.1 million, were based on reinstatements of court orders from previous deportations of the same immigrants, according to Marc R. Rosenblum, a researcher at the Migration Policy Institute, a nonpartisan group in Washington.

In 2013, 60 percent of all removals carried out by Immigration and Customs Enforcement were of foreigners who had previously been deported, said Jessica M. Vaughan, director of policy studies at the Center for Immigration Studies, an organization that favors reduced immigration.

Sometime after his second deportation, Mr. Monroy Bracamontes returned to the United States and moved with his wife from Arizona to Utah, where officials said he lived at least until last year. To judge from Utah court records for Marcelo Marquez, he was an exceptionally bad driver, with 10 misdemeanor violations from 2003 to 2009.

But none of those violations were serious enough to create a fingerprint record in state databases. After May 2009, the traffic violations stopped. A federal program known as Secure Communities, which checks immigration records based on fingerprints of people booked into jails, started in Utah in March 2010.

Mr. Monroy Bracamontes did not make a secret of the fact that he was using several names. On Facebook, he created at least two pages under different aliases, and the two aliases were “friends” with each other.

“This is a very muddy investigation with multiple identities,” Sgt. Lisa Bowman, [ Not another word out of her since! ]  a spokeswoman for the Sacramento County sheriff, said Tuesday.

Two Sacramento County deputies approached Mr. Monroy Bracamontes and his wife on Friday as they sat in the car in front of a Motel 6 in a Sacramento neighborhood where business owners had complained about a series of thefts, drug dealing and other crimes, Sergeant Bowman said.

“They were just sitting in the car — not looking to go in or out anywhere — and that obviously raised a red flag in this area,” Sergeant Bowman said. “The officers simply just tried to approach them, and they just didn’t get that far. The shots came from within the car very quickly, and that’s what started everything.”

After killing the Sacramento deputy, Daniel Oliver, with a handgun, Mr. Monroy Bracamontes shot a motorist, Anthony Holmes, while trying to take his car, Sergeant Bowman said. Mr. Holmes is recovering from multiple gunshot wounds.

The couple then fled to Placer County, northeast of Sacramento. There, Mr. Monroy Bracamontes shot and killed a sheriff’s detective, Michael Davis, and wounded a third officer using an AR-15 assault rifle, according to the charges against him. The couple is also charged with attempting to murder two other Placer County deputies.
“This is underscores why technology like Secure Communities is so important,” said Virginia Kice, a spokeswoman for Immigration and Customs Enforcement. “It relies on fingerprints, and it gives us a virtual presence in jails and prisons across the country.”

Last fall, California passed a law known as the Trust Act under which traffic violations that do not result in an arrest would not activate any alert to federal immigration authorities, said Kevin R. Johnson, the dean of the law school at the University of California, Davis.

“This is a tragic case that is already being used by advocates to argue against any kind of changes,” Mr. Johnson said
Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on November 19, 2014, 10:28:59 am
Un Freaking believable ... The Administration(s) that allow Sanctuary cities and now States (Sacto and Salt lake city) complains that what????  Now we need to make aliased Illegal alien deported drug dealers citizens? what?

JIT - Just in time for Obama Dictator Friday's ...
Sacramento Sheriff Jones takes Obama to task on YouTube over immigration reform
By Bill Lindelof-
 11/19/2014 6:40 AM

Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones has taken to YouTube to urge President Obama to secure the nation’s borders in light of the death of one of his deputies allegedly by a man who had been deported only to return to the United States.

The eight-minute video takes Congress and Obama to task for not passing immigration reform and for tying the hands of authorities trying to seal the border, but places most of the responsibility on the president.

“While I am not going to overly dramatize this plea by attributing his death to you,” Jones said. “I am going to implore you to address an issue that only you can address: immigration reform.”


He said Congress, both Republicans and Democrats, share blame for failure to enact immigration reform but only Obama is “singularly responsible for the hands-on policy that exists in Homeland Security and its subsidiaries, including customs and border protection.”

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• Bell Gardens, California
• Berkeley, California (reported 6/23/09)
• City of Industry, California
• City of Commerce, California
• Coachella, California (considering)
• Concord, California (reported 8/18/12)
• Cypress, California
• Davis, California
• Diamond Bar, California
• Downey, California
• Fresno, California (disputed 7/6/10 - see below)
• Lakewood, California
• Long Beach, California
• Los Angeles, California
• Lynwood, California
• Maywood, California
• Montebello, California (disputed 6/28/10, see below)
• National City, California
• Norwalk, California
• Oakland, California
• Paramount, California
• Pico Rivera, California
• Salinas, California
• San Bernardino California
• San Diego, California
• San Francisco, California (1989)
• San Jose, California
• Santa Cruz, California
• Sonoma County, California (2006)
• South Gate, California
• Vernon, California
• Watsonville, California
• Wilmington, California

14 indicted for role in major central California drug trafficking ring
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Fourteen defendants have been indicted on a variety of federal drug trafficking offenses for their role in a far-reaching scheme based in California’s Central Valley to produce and distribute cocaine, methamphetamine and marijuana.

A federal grand jury returned a 32-count indictment Thursday against Francisco Felix, 40, of Mountain House; Alejandro Martinez, 25, of Patterson; Miguel Felix, 34, of Ceres; Martin Lopez, 48, of Rosemead; Gerardo Barraza, 19, of Stockton; Rafael Alcauter, 49, of Newman; Ramon Diaz, 33, of Ceres; Raul Rangel, 41, of San Jose; Sergio Modesto, 34, of Turlock; Martin Rubio, 49, of Stockton; Leonaires Alcauter, 48, of Patterson; Alfonso Magana, 52, of Patterson; Antonio Ramirez, 35, of Patterson; and Augustin Ramirez, 62, of Patterson.

This case was the product of an investigation by the California Department of Justice’s Mountain and Valley Marijuana Investigation Team under the auspices of the Central Valley High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) Program, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), the Placer County District Attorney’s Office, the sheriff’s departments from Placer, El Dorado and Sacramento counties; the California Department of Fish and Wildlife; and the California National Guard Joint Task Force Domestic Support-Counterdrug. The indictments stem from a yearlong narcotics investigation targeting a Central Valley-based drug trafficking organization with ties to Mexico’s Sinaloa Cartel that was importing large quantities of methamphetamine and cocaine into the U.S. Those narcotics were subsequently distributed throughout California and across the country.
Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on November 24, 2014, 10:51:10 am
Still no new info release from any authorities into this man's past ...
Investigation Continues: Who is Marcelo Marquez?

Marin Austin dives into the different aliases of the man identified as Marcelo Marquez, who is accused of shooting and killing two sheriff's deputies.
Source: KTXL - Sacramento

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[ You can take this Sheriff either way - Immigration reform = Amnesty or Deportation? ]

The Real Cost of Obama’s High Crimes and Misdemeanors

Sacramento County Sheriff calls him on the carpet
There is only one executive action that President Obama must take, and one local Sheriff has called him on the carpet for not taking it.

Sacramento County is a red fleck in a sea of California blue.  Sheriff Scott Jones recorded a video letter to President Obama on November 18, two days before the president’s announcement of his executive order on immigration “accountability”.  In the video, Sheriff Jones entreats the president to “do something” about immigration reform—by allowing the DHS and its subsidiaries to do their jobs.  In Constitutional terms, this means “enforcing the law”, which is his sworn duty:  Article II, Section 3, “…he shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed…”

Sheriff Jones said about DHS and CBP,

Mr. President, they don’t need a raise to improve morale in that organization, they need to be allowed to do their jobs.

He also said that “deferred action, or amnesty, is deferring this crisis.”
Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on December 22, 2014, 11:19:44 am
No new news - They are seeking the death penalty
now remember - Marcelo Marquez = Luis Enriquez Monroy Bracamontes in searching for this story ...
Suspect in killing of Sacramento-area deputies will face death penalty
By Sam Stanton and Andy Furillo -
  12/09/2014 9:28 AM

Sacramento and Placer County prosecutors said Tuesday that they will seek the death penalty against Luis Enriquez Monroy Bracamontes, the Mexican national suspected of killing two law enforcement officers during a daylong rampage on Oct. 24 that spread from Sacramento to Auburn.

The announcement came in Sacramento Superior Court, where Bracamontes, 34, and his wife, Janelle Marquez Monroy, 38, made brief appearances before Judge Helena Gweon and had their next hearing set for Feb. 4.

Prosecutors are not seeking the death penalty against Monroy, who is charged with murder in the death of Placer County Detective Michael Davis but not in the slaying of Sacramento County Deputy Daniel Oliver.

Bracamontes is charged with killing both deputies, as well as the attempted murders of motorist Anthony Holmes during a botched carjacking attempt and of three other Placer County deputies.


In total, the 14-page criminal complaint charges Bracamontes with two counts of murder, five counts of attempted murder, four counts of carjacking, two counts of theft, one count of being a felon in possession of weapons and one count of illegal possession of an assault weapon.

Monroy faces one count of murder, four counts of attempted murder, four counts of carjacking and one count of illegal possession of an assault weapon.

Both are being held without bail: Bracamontes at the El Dorado County jail, and his wife at the Yolo County jail.

Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on January 28, 2015, 11:40:57 am
Nice article wrap-up:
Krupp Files: No immigration law, No immigration crime
Jan 5th, 2015 | By Richard Krupp

Se habla Ingles tambien! (English also spoken!)

This fire burns higher–Its time to go

Richard Krupp, PhD

During a recent crime spree an illegal immigrant and his wife murdered two law enforcement officers and shot another.  The two criminals also shot a civilian during a related car-jacking.  Though the investigation is ongoing government officials at the state and federal level are scurrying like rats to avoid blame; pointing fingers along the way.  In the meantime, the families of the fallen officers have to deal with the grief; their lives forever altered.

Some news articles I read helped explain how we got to this place.

I can’t imagine the pain and suffering the families of the our law enforcement officers are dealing with as a direct result of the current lackadaisical enforcement of immigration laws.  It doesn’t look like it is going to get any better.  As a theme song I have included selected lyrics from the song You Are A Tourist from a band named after a song from an old Beatles movie, Death Cab For Cutie
Death Cab for Cutie - You Are A Tourist [Official Video]
Death Cab for Cutie - You Are A Tourist - lyrics
Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on April 07, 2016, 11:45:24 am
Cops Murdered by Illegal Immigrant Honored with New Immigration Bill
Jun 24, 2015 // 1:02pm     

Two California law enforcement officers who were murdered by an illegal immigrant are being honored with a new bill, which aims to increase collaboration between local, state and federal officials in the enforcement of U.S. immigration laws.

Placer County Detective Michael Davis, Jr. and Sacramento County Deputy Sheriff Danny Oliver were shot and killed in October 2014 by Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte - an illegal immigrant who was previously arrested and deported in 1997 for drug possession and again in 2001 for an unspecified offense.

Data: Admin Released 121 Illegal Immigrants Accused of Murder from 2010-2014

RPT: Illegal Immigrants Push Families of U.S. Citizens to Back of Immigration Line


Pam Davis Owens, aunt of Davis and a former law enforcement officer herself, appeared on "Fox and Friends" this morning to explain The Michael Davis, Jr. and Danny Oliver in Honor of State and Local Law Enforcement Act.

She said that the legislation, which was introduced by Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), would ensure that U.S. immigration policies are carried out, not ignored.

"If we just obey the laws that we have, deport these people. Don’t let them in here. We’ll be okay," Davis said. "We don’t need more laws. We need to enforce what we have, and that’s what Sen. Sessions is trying to do."
Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on April 07, 2016, 12:03:56 pm
March 30, 2016 2:32 PM
Husband, wife to stand trial in California deputies' deaths


A husband and wife will stand trial in the slayings of two Northern California sheriff's deputies during an hours-long rampage in 2014.

Sacramento County Superior Court Judge Steve White ruled Wednesday that there is enough evidence to try Luis Enrique Monroy Bracamontes and his wife in the deaths.

He and his wife, Janelle Monroy, are each charged with murder in the deaths of Sacramento County Sheriff's Deputy Danny Oliver and Placer County Sheriff's Deputy Michael Davis Jr.

The Sacramento Bee reports ( ) that Bracamontes grinned broadly as White read the charges. The suspect has acted bizarrely in court, but White rejected his lawyers' argument that he is too mentally ill to be tried.
May 29, 2015 9:55 AM
Sacramento court case for alleged deputy killers pushed to September

Bracamontes, a Mexican citizen who was in this country illegally at the time of the crime spree, faces the death penalty if convicted in the case; his wife faces up to life in prison.

Title: Re: Marcelo Marquez kills two deputies - carjacking rampage - for no reason
Post by: TahoeBlue on January 17, 2018, 01:13:36 pm
Sanctuary State victims are the citizens ...

now remember - Marcelo Marquez = Luis Enriquez Monroy Bracamontes in searching for this story ...

The suspect, Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte, now has an immigration detainer against him. It calls for him to be transferred to federal custody after this case has been decided so they can pursue deportation, although that clearly hasn’t worked twice.

The suspect was arrested and deported in 1997 for illegal drug possession and again four years later for an undisclosed offense, reported The Sacramento Bee.

Monroy-Bracamonte gave authorities the fictitious identity of Marcelo Marquez, 34, of Salt Lake City. It was through fingerprints that authorities determined his true identity.
There is evidence that he used several different identities. One friend who knew him only as “Tiger” said she believed his name was Julian Beltran according to the Sacramento Bee.
Chaos In Courtroom: Man Accused Of Murdering Deputies: ‘I Killed F****** Cops’, Warns He’ll Do It Again
By Angela Greenwood
January 16, 2018 at 11:19 pm
Luis Bracamontes stunned the courtroom, first calling one of his alleged victims a coward, before yelling expletives while describing the fact that he killed the officers and didn’t regret it. Bracamontes also said he wished he would have killed more.

“I killed f***ing cops. They’re f***ing dead. I don’t f***ing regret that,” he said, while laughing.

But in another outburst, Bracamontes warned the courtroom and our CBS13 cameras, that he would do it again, saying, “I will break out soon and I will kill more.”
The undocumented immigrant is accused of murdering Sacramento County Sheriff’s Deputy Danny Oliver and then Placer County Sheriff’s Detective Mike Davis, Jr. during a crime spree that also included carjacking and other shooting victims in October of 2014.

“I wish I had killed more of the mother-------,” he boasted to the jury as prosecutor Rod Norgaard described the outbreak of violence.

Smiling broadly, Bracamontes added, “I will break out soon and I will kill more, kill whoever gets in front of me ... There’s no need for a f------ trial.”