N.C. Child Rapes and Crime- January

NCFIRE has posted two new crime reports by suspected illegal aliens in N.C.

1. The first is the “Child Rapes by Suspected Illegal Aliens”. This report consists of individuals that have either been charged with child rape or have a court date for child rape in January. It contains 52 names that involve 198 separate charges of child rape.

You can view this report here:
http://www.ncfire.info/janchildrapecases.pdf

2. The second report is the monthly “Crime Report by Suspected Illegal Aliens” for January. This report contains as many of the reported crimes by suspected illegal aliens in N.C. that we were able to obtain. Keep in mind, this is not all of the crimes being committed, it is just the ones that we could easily find by scanning newspaper, news media, police and sheriff’s websites in N.C.

You can view this report here: http://ncfire.info/january2014.pdf

The only way to put a stop to all of this, is to contact the members of the N.C. House and N.C. Senate and demand they enact and enforce immigration laws in N.C.

House members list: http://www.ncleg.net/House/House.html
Senate member list: http://www.ncleg.net/Senate/Senate.html

James Johnson

President-NCFIRE

North Carolinians For Immigration Reform and Enforcement
NCFIRE Hotline: 1-888-885-0879 (anonymous reporting)
cell # 910-286-3022

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Although NCFIRE is active, informed and involved; achieving our mission of enacting and enforcing illegal immigration laws in North Carolina costs money. Currently, we are absorbing all the costs associated with this effort. (web servers, domain names, email accounts, travel expenses, participation in events, business cards, brochures, paper and ink). Your donation, however small, would greatly help us fight to protect you from the onslaught of criminal activity by illegal aliens in North Carolina. Please visit our website for ways to make a donation. www.ncfire.info
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