FLORIDA'S NEWSPAPERS HOLD TRUE TO THEIR POLICY
It's outrageous! The article below describes a gang rape in Immokalee, FL perpetrated by 14 suspected illegal aliens. Even the Naples News describes the alleged rapists as "14 Immokalee men" and failed to mention they are suspected of being illegal aliens. The Miami Herald completely ignored the story and Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel buried the story without mentioning "suspected illegal aliens." Both papers had a sympathy article about "Immigrants find English sometimes a third - or fourth - language."
This story and other negative impacts of illegal invasion are typically ignored by the newspapers. The only known coverage three days after this incident was Naples News, a Naples television station, http://www.local6.com/news/5054737/detail.html, http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=46655 and a few minor buried newspaper articles which failed to mention "suspected illegal aliens".
Citizens should be rightly outraged not only by the incident but by media's suppression of the story. The Miami Herald's State Editor stated "The Herald does not have enough staff to cover Naples." However, the Miami Herald certainly has enough staff to publish all of their other pro-illegal invasion articles. Unfortunately most other newspapers handle the negative aspects of illegal invasion in a similar manner.
In a citizen's call to the Collier County Sheriff Department a Commander stated none of the alleged rapists had any identification and the individuals are being held without bond. Due to well-known computer problems the Department of Homeland (In)Security has yet to determine their immigration status. ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) will determine whether the individuals are eventually deported.
Given the failure of Department of Homeland (In)Security to enforce immigration laws, citizens will be lucky if the individuals are eventually deported.
Folks, this bias by Florida's pro-illegal invasion newspapers must be challenged. If a gang rape had been done by citizens the media would be all over the story and would not let it drop, but if it's done by suspected illegal aliens the story is quietly ignored.
Because newspapers are so biased against accurately and completely reporting the negative impact of illegal invasion including the criminal activities by suspected illegal aliens you should consider getting your immigration news from the Internet. Worthwhile sites are:
Take a look a immigration news from these sites and compare the accuracy of the information to your local newspaper and no doubt you will find two different worlds. Consider getting your future immigration news from the Internet and perhaps even canceling your newspaper subscription.