Accusations come as warrants in department's shooting death are unsealed
Utah's Coalition of La Raza's mission statement is:To
improve life opportunities for Hispanics in Utah through a strong and
independent grassroots constituency.Please check your references.
Sounds like the Latinos are grooming the kind of "Leaders" that the
Blacks have in Jackson and Sharpton - Race Baiters whose entire livings depend
on the promulgation of racism, and seeing it everywhere, even where it
isn't.Have fun with that.
if They do the crime they do the time, no matter the nationality. The system is
broken if we are lenient on any group of people because of race, religion,or
anything else you can think of that might make us different. If you are a
criminal, you are a criminal no matter the color. It might just be that there
more people of a race are committing crimes. If that's the case, Its time
to put your "activism" to use and find those of your race who are
committing the crimes and teaching them to be civil. Over looking it or finding
excuses only makes it worse.
So all the nonsense about her being unarmed is untrue. The woman was using her
vehicle as a deadly weapon, and was shot by the police.
This may be a case of the Latino community actually being the ones who do the
most crime.I once asked a Davis County Sheriff (years ago) if the
jail were to be built in the City that had the most crime, where would it be
located? He said "Clearfield or Layton, but definitely not in
Farmington." If we applied that standard where would the jail be built in
Salt Lake County? Midvale, South Salt Lake, West Valley City, West Jordan or
where? My guess would be West Valley.The reason the jail is in
Farmington is because it is the County Seat and it has been there for decades.
Centerville wanted a library but they weren't willing to have a satellite
jail in their town. I think a change is in order for some communities.
Mr. Yapias should be careful what he asks for. If the feds do an audit and find
out that ILLEGAL trespassers commit far more crime than any other group of
people; will he accept those facts or claim they're "distorted"?
Archie Archuletta, president of the Utah Coalition of La Raza - "people who
have no business having guns". If Mr. Archuletta is referring to those who
can't legally own a gun then I agree, if he is referring to anyone else I
do not agree. The article refers to La Raza as a human rights
organization, that is one description, however keep in mind that La Raza's
stated mission is "for those of the race, everything, for those not of the
Breaking laws of any sort is intolerable.But, I am fed up with this
bunch of "Latino activists" who encourage and defend people who are
breaking our laws every day.Yeah, the WVC cops may have some
problems, and that will be investigated and dealt with according to law.Let's all encourage the investigators working on the WVC cops to be
thorough and prosecution of any illegal acts to be swift and impartial. And,
let's encourage all law enforcement agencies to show equal diligence in
enforcing our immigration laws.Will the "activists" support
that, or do they want to ignore some laws and not others?