Where does it state that? In fact where does it state anything on the case it self.. the best you can find is "they think" or "it might be".. this is pure fearmongering.. pure and simple.Ok, maybe the news jumped the gun on "illegal", but someone went across the border without permission since they crossed at a non legal entry point. Makes it illegal.
That is fine, but there is no evidence what so ever that any illegals or anyone crossing the border either way, had anything to do with this. But that does not stop the "usual suspects" on these boards and in the general right wing political sphere, to jump on the story as some sort of bannerwagon for "fortress USA".There are many of us who have been calling for better border security for years. Taking your statements and lets drop the killing of the rancher. Do you think it is ok to come into the US illegally?
For all we know and the police in the area know, this farmer could have been killed by his wife, a minuteman, martians, cubans, or the taliban.
As I stated, the local police should have the case removed from their jurisdiction as they clearly are highly biased by stating off the bat that it had something to do with illegals without having any evidence of it.
"I can explain it to you but, I can't understand it for you"