Wise Latinos/Latinas


Sen. Marco Rubio suspended his presidential campaign among friendly faces in his hometown of Miami tonight.

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There’s a cultural acceptance of child rape in Latino culture that doesn’t exist in even the most dysfunctional American ghettoes. When it comes to child rape, the whole family gets involved. (They are family-oriented!)

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Colombian President Juan Miguel Santos peed in his pants on live television during a campaign speech on Monday and there are no two ways around it. Read More

Spanish police have arrested one of America’s Most Wanted, believed to be behind a $250 million mobile phone fraud.

Juegers Veloz, 37, is accused of being part of a criminal network that stole account information to clone phones which it then sold so users could make fraudulent calls across the world for free.

The Dominican national was detained in a call centre on the Spanish holiday island of Mallorca on Thursday, where he’d been living for two years.

He was listed among the eight Most Wanted by the U.S. Secret Service – an agency tasked with combating major financial crime which threatens the American economy.

Diario de Mallorca reports that the sophisticated fraud was carried out between 2009 and September 2011 in and around the city of New York.

Veloz’s gang allegedly illegally cloned victim’s phones.

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U.S. Secret Service info on Juegers Veloz

The East Hampton cop who was caught allegedly bedding a meter maid inside a village cottage is a decorated officer whose mom says he’s a “good boy” who still lives at home with her. Read More

Originally from Colombia, he was the only Latino on the force.

Here’s what we’re going to find out, he’s an illegal alien…if and when he returns from Colombia.

Siphoning electricity from a neighboring mobile home is a fire waiting to happen. Regardless, don’t feed the breeders and their spawn.

Two more men were sentenced in federal court for their roles in a conspiracy to provide false identity documents so that more than 100 illegal immigrants could fraudulently obtain driver’s and non-driver’s licenses from the license office in St. Joseph, MO, which is operated by a contractor for the Missouri Department of Revenue.

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New Jersey

What do all these illegal license/fraudulent- identity theft card schemes have in common?

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Four people have been charged in a scheme that used telemarketing tactics to shake down immigrants for ransom money under the guise that loved ones had been kidnapped, according to an indictment unsealed Friday.

In reality, no one had been snatched and the callers didn’t even know who they were dialing.

But in a small percentage of successes since 2007, the “virtual kidnappers” collected at least $500,000, federal investigators said.

Callers in Tijuana, Mexico, used about 30 different San Diego phone numbers to make the calls — up to 5,000 a day — demanding that money be wired, saying they were holding a relative who had been heading to the U.S. illegally. The four charged with wire fraud and other crimes are accused of picking up ransom payments in the San Diego area and bringing the money to Tijuana.

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The principal of a private school in Houston claims it is “unfair” that she is being charged with animal cruelty after her three small dogs were found to be in deplorable condition, including one dog whose injured leg appears to have rotted and fallen off.

Rosa Martinez, 57, was arrested Monday and charged with two counts of animal cruelty after she took the dogs to Houston’s Bureau of Animal Regulation and Care. A veterinarian at the center alerted police, according to court documents.

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The close-range shooting of a Stafford police officer began just after 3:30 a.m. Saturday when she happened upon a strange sight: A four-door sedan idling at a green light with its turn signal blinking.

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