Saturday, September 10, 2011

I have a Kindle

Man, there's a lot of books available free

Unfortunately it won't fit in a pistol rug, so I'll have to find something else to keep it in.

I will note that the various warnings for tomorrow

cover 'may include dirty bomb threat' and 'may use vehicle'.

Deity knows how much money and time went in to determining that.

I guess we could call Gunwalker "The Give That Keeps On Giving"

if it weren't for all the bodies involved:
A third gun linked to “Operation Fast and Furious” was found at the murder scene of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, new documents obtained exclusively by Fox News suggest, contradicting earlier assertions by federal agencies that police found only two weapons tied to the federal government’s now infamous gun interdiction scandal.
Unlike the two AK-style assault weapons found at the scene, the third weapon could more easily be linked to the informant. To prevent that from happening, sources say, the third gun “disappeared.”
Like the whole mess would have 'disappeared' if some agents who actually ARE lawmen hadn't decided to blow this whistle on this.

Oh, remember the information about Gunwalker appearing to be operating in Texas as well as Arizona? And Grenadewalker?
Another plausible motive for hiding the weapon is that it would be traced to a different ATF operational sector, as an early indication that gunwalking was not limited to Operation Fast and Furious in the Phoenix Field Operations area. We now know as a matter of fact that all three federal agents shot with walked firearms had weapons walked from Texas recovered at their crime scenes. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Agents Jaime Zapata and Victor Avila were ambushed in Mexico by members of the Zetas cartel, including at least one armed with a weapon from Lancaster, Texas, the Dallas Field Operations area.

The SKS “disappeared” by the FBI from the scene of Agent Terry’s murder most likely came from Dallas, but could have come from what appears to be a second Texas-based gunwalking operation, suggested by considerable circumstantial evidence to be centered in the Houston Field Operations area.

The fact that every U.S. agent gunned down in the line of duty was fired upon with weapons recovered from apparent gunwalking operations in the Dallas and/or Houston Field Operations areas — not to mention the revelation of an domestic gunwalking operation in Indiana dubbed “Gangwalker,” and now “Grenadewalker” — suggests a widespread program to arm violent felons.

Thursday, September 08, 2011

James Bannerman and Joan Peterson:

yeah, they go together.
Meleanie Hain was unquestionably a “gun violence” victim by the definitions put forward by the anti-rights cultists, and yet not only was she demonized and reviled by the same, her murder was celebrated by the same people who would exploit her death to enact more unconstitutional “gun control”.

Why do I bring this up all these years later?

Well, it would appear as though James Bannerman has taken to hanging out at the weblog of professional “gun violence” victim exploiter, Joan Peterson, and commiserating about how mean us pro-rights advocates are for pointing out that gun control supporters frequently argue from logically, morally, or emotionally weak positions. Considering how much time and effort Joan has expended in setting herself up as a “gun violence” victim (when, in truth, she is as much a “gun violence” victim as I am an Alzheimer’s victim), I wonder if Joan is aware of James’ perspective on people like her?

I wonder how Joan would feel if Bannerman had said those things about Joan’s sister, Barbara Berglund?

In any case, it is an important perspective for pro-rights advocates for us to bear in mind. “Gun control” supporters like Bannerman do want us dead for daring to have differing opinions, and are willing to use the government to kill us if they have to. Other “gun control” supporters with stiffer spines are willing to murder us themselves. Countless “gun control” supporters want to ban firearms, ban our rights, harass and bully us, intimidate us and our families, and silence us by any means available.

These are the people we are fighting against, folks. These are the people we would defend our rights against. And these are the people we cannot permit to win. Ever.

The new symbol of the Office of the Attorney General

of the United States:

"The notion that somehow or other that this thing reaches into the upper levels of the Justice Department is something that, at this point, I don't think is supported by the facts," Holder told reporters.
Just look at that magnificent wording! Have you ever seen a finer example of a corrupt politician & lawyer trying very hard to be able to claim "I didn't lie!" ?

You can tell Attorney General Eric Holder​ is getting nervous about the Gun Walker investigation, because he’s sounding mighty defensive about it. . .

That’s one of those weird, plausibly deniable denials that signals extreme distress among the Washington herd. “I don’t think the notion is supported by the facts” is a far cry from “I absolutely deny that absurd allegation.” Spinning it as a political witch hunt would work better if Holder hadn’t spent so much time stonewalling the investigation. When House Oversight finally pries something out of him with a subpoena, the pages are so heavily redacted with black marker that they look like supermarket bar codes.
So, which do you think Holder is worrying about more: criminal charges or being thrown under the Obama bus(maybe literally) to try to keep the crap from that bull from splattering Obama?

Holder’s qualified ‘Gunwalker’ denial withers under examination . . .

“At this point…”?

“I don’t think…”?

Could that brief compilation of weasel words have been crafted any more carefully for escape clauses? And the “reporters” on the ground and in his face didn’t think to challenge it?

Holder questioned whether the congressional probe, led by Republicans in the House of Representatives and Senate, was politically motivated...

Does anyone even know if murdered Border Patrol agent Brian Kel…uh…Terry was a Republican or Democrat? How about slain ICE agent Jaime Zapata? Does it matter what political sympathies the estimated scores of dead Mexicans may have had, if any?

And since when is ensuring law enforcement compliance with the law a partisan issue? Weren’t walked guns found at crime scenes in Phoenix misused to endanger all citizens? Not to mention the untold numbers still out there?
This makes me wonder just what Holder & Co. know, or suspect, the committee knows or is about to find out. Or what evidence they've got that hasn't been made public yet?

'Yet'... isn't that an interesting word at times?

Found the links to the above at Sipsey

Also, on links to the White House, from Investors Business Daily:
Late last Friday, CBS News and the Los Angeles Times almost buried the news that Restrepo, the National Security Council's top man for Latin America, and two other officials, were in on ATF memos from the Gunwalker operation called "Fast and Furious."

That blows apart White House claims that it had no idea the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives was encouraging frontmen for Mexico's cartels to buy weapons from U.S. gun dealers — to "trace" them afterward.

That name just hadn't registered from past messes, but it should have:
Restrepo is a political operative whose interests are more domestic than Latin American. As a result, he's botched every Latin American operation he's had his hand in, appeasing enemies and blaming the U.S.:

• Honduras: In 2009, Restrepo was behind a U.S. bid to swiftly declare Honduras' constitutional ouster of its president "a coup" and sanctioned the country, playing into the hands of Venezuela's Hugo Chavez, who had attempted to make Honduras a colony.

• Cuba: Restrepo was behind loosening sanctions on Castro's Cuba, which has emboldened the regime to act against Americans. While Castro imprisoned Alan Gross, a U.S. contractor who was distributing satellite phones to dissidents, the Obama administration said nothing.

• Colombia: Its troops captured drug "kingpin of kingpins" Walid Makled, who had extensive knowledge of Venezuelan official involvement in trafficking. U.S. attorneys wanted him extradited, but Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos said President Obama never asked. When IBD asked Restrepo whether he advised Obama to ask, Restrepo defensively said he did. But that's at odds with what Santos said.

• Venezuela: Treasury Department officials complained Restrepo kept names of high-ranking Venezuelan officials with ties to drug dealers off its "Kingpin List," in a naive effort to keep pressure off Chavez.

• Now Restrepo tries to pin Mexico's drug war not on Hugo Chavez's trafficker allies, but on gun dealers from the U.S.

There's little doubt that's his line, because blaming U.S. gun dealers and calling for a U.S. assault weapon ban were his ideas from his days spent at the Center for American Progress, an Obama-linked think tank.
But we're supposed to believe Obama & Holder would not know what he was up to? What orders and directions he was giving?

Either this will build toward restoring a REAL right of self-defense

in Britain, or it'll get shut down and things will continue downhill.
Over at Insty, CHANGE COMING TO BRITAIN? Jim Bennett emails: “Cameron is quietly walking back from the extreme anti-victim features of English law. At some point people will start to discuss whether the right to self-defense implies a right to effective means to exercise that right.”
The argument has already been made, and the State decided no; however, changing circumstances- as in people being willing to tell the politicians to sod off- may help change that back.

I have to wonder, in the case of Mr. Coley, I have to wonder if his being black played a role in his not being charged? Considering the Crown Prosecutors have imprisoned people for self-defense actions less drastic than this in the past... Real chance in attitude, or fear of being called racist? We'll see when the next case happens and the defender is white.

Why yes, I am very cynical about this anymore.

Wednesday, September 07, 2011

He listened sympathetically.

Then he told me. “Ken,” he told me, “if your reaction to a proposal is “HOLY SHIT, THAT SOUNDS LIKE FUN,” then as a government lawyer and member of law enforcement, you almost certainly shouldn’t be doing it.”
Yeah, I'd have to agree with that.

Among the things I've learned over time

1. On a bike, screw the speed limit and keep up with traffic.
On the highway in my truck I generally stay on the outside lane and at speed that gives the best mileage, which is a bit below the posted limit; try that on a bike and you may get run over. Including in town.

2. The kids may be grown, but you still tend to think of them as 'the kids'. Despite both being arguably smarter than I, and one getting to play with WAY cooler toys than I do.

3. "So THAT'S what this thing feels like when the front wheel leaves the pavement."

4. Being able to see the sights clearly is a very nice thing.
This brought on by having to go to bifocals last fall; to get pistol sights in sharp focus I have to tilt my head so far back I look like Obama standing in front of a marble column. So decided to get some reading glasses for close stuff(friend recommended this place) such as working on the table and some reading. Then, last week, I took them to the range with me and tried them with a pistol, and DAMN! I haven't seen the sights that sharp and clear in years. Target's fuzzy as hell, but with sharp sights could make nice tight groups.

5. Getting old sucks.
I've known for some time it takes longer to recover from physical stress than it used to. Now... I've been doing some part-time work at the old place of employment, which resulted in getting late calls to work hoot shift three times in five days. Yesterday I got a solid nights sleep, and that afternoon decided to get some exercise; it was pointed out to me by my 50+ year-old body that one nights sleep isn't enough to get over being VERY short over several days. Also, see #4.

6. More than before, there are times on the highway you really wish you could order "Get off the friggin' road and let me RIDE!"

7. I tolerate bullshit a lot less than I used to.

8. Cooler weather is great, but I hope it stays warm enough that women still wear summer stuff; Lord, I love pretty women in skirts. And shorts. And- well, you get the idea.

9. Dielectric grease has more uses than I thought.
My cruise control in the truck started acting up a while back; I mentioned it to the widely-knowledged Og and he- knowing where the connections are and having dealt with it himself- suggested getting said grease, cleaning the contacts and giving them a coat. It worked.
Then I started having trouble with a mp3 player I picked up a few months ago, sound either cutting out or only coming from one earbud. Had a bright idea: got the grease, put a film on the earbud plug, worked it in & out a few times, wiped off; it's worked perfectly since.

There's some clown calling himself Soulja Boy

who's decided to crap on the troops(and the FBI, separate matter for now); some people aren't pleased. Response NSFW due to language, about the mildest of which is "You bring your boys, I'll bring my men."

A bit more on the clown 'artist' from Michelle Malkin

Some ideas for 'Screw you, Hoffa & Co.' shirts

are going around; I have my own idea, especially after having my life threatened by Hoffa with Obama and Biden smiling approval:

What level of stupid is required for a TSA clown

to threaten to sue a blogger for writing about the way she was searched? Did she somehow think this would make the noise go away? Really?
Here's the original post on the assault(and if the description is accurate, that's exactly what it was). As to all the bitching about "You printed my name!", well, TSA has no problem putting out the name of anyone they consider to have 'caused a problem', so they'd better get used to the idea of having the TSA agents names put out in the public view.

Here's the post she just put up on the situation(the suit threat), the title: TSA Searches: "Obedience Training For The American Public"

Tuesday, September 06, 2011

A cat died and went to Heaven.

(shut up)God met her at the gates and said, 'You have been a good cat all these years. Anything you want is yours for the asking.'

The cat thought for a minute and then said, 'All my life I lived on a farm and slept on hard wooden floors. I would like a real fluffy pillow to sleep on.'
God said, 'Say no more.' Instantly the cat had a huge fluffy pillow.

A few days later, six mice were killed in an accident and they all went to Heaven together. God met the mice at the gates with the same offer that He made to the cat.

The mice said, 'Well, we have had to run all of our lives: from cats, dogs, and even people with brooms! If we could just have some little roller skates, we would not have to run again.' God answered, 'It is done.' All the mice had beautiful little roller skates.

About a week later, God decided to check on the cat. He found her sound asleep on her fluffy pillow. God gently awakened the cat and asked, 'Is everything okay? How have you been doing? Are you happy?'

The cat replied, 'Oh, it is WONDERFUL.' I have never been so happy in my life. The pillow is so fluffy, and those little "Meals on Wheels" you have been sending over are delicious!'

Bauder Elementary School in Fort Collins

needs to find out just who's responsible for this.

Or, as may be the case, the town needs to fire who's responsible for this crap.

Althouse has a further thought on that clown Hoffa's words

Right now, unions are fighting to preserve unions, and that might be best for workers. But the individuals who work — or want to work — may very well think their interests lie elsewhere. I'd like to think that the vast majority of people who work resist the assertion that there is a "war on workers." It's quite clear that every serious politician in America cares about what happens to individual citizens. They're not aligned in an army against the citizens! They have different ideas about how to improve things. Hoffa announces that there are 2 sides aligned in a fight against each other, and he would like anyone who has or wants a jobs to perceive himself or herself as a "worker" and thus a foot soldier in his army, with no independent mind.

That's quite repulsive.

And by the way, the constant use of this word "workers" reinforces the notion of the collective. You can see that for Hoffa, "workers" mean "soldiers" — and obviously, soldiers take orders. They don't think for themselves.
RTWT, as they say

And, in todays Gunwalker news: Indiana?

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has acknowledged an Indiana dealer’s cooperation in conducting straw purchases at the direction of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Exclusive documents obtained by Gun Rights Examiner show the dealer cooperated with ATF by selling guns to straw purchasers, and that bureau management later asserted these guns were being traced to crimes.

From the confidential source providing the documents:
The dealer…was sent a "demand letter," based on the number of traces to him, which was retracted after his attorney pointed out they resulted from his cooperation with ATF. (Strangely, he got two voicemails from two different ATF people, both saying they were the head of the tracing operation).

Some of the straw men turned out to have felony convictions, the agents called the FBI background check system and fixed it so the transactions would be approved, something which may also have happened in Phoenix. (The attorney wasn't clear as to whether the guns were actually delivered to the gangs).
Which- again- means the EffingBI was in this up to its groomed eyebrows. Just like in the rest of Gunwalker(Codrea is calling this one Gangwalker). Can anyone claim, with any kind of serious belief, that the FBI Director didn't know about this?

From Owen's article:
The apparent purpose of the operation was to lend the thinnest veneer of truth to the 90-percent lie spread by Barack Obama, Eric Holder, and Hillary Clinton from the very beginning of the Obama administration. It makes sense only as a plot to manufacture evidence for the punitive gun control laws that Obama has championed his entire political career. Indeed, even after Gunwalker was exposed, the number of U.S. guns in Mexico, many of which were put there by the actions of the government itself, was still brazenly used as the excuse for ATF long gun reporting requirements currently being challenged in courts.

Likewise, what Codrea has dubbed as “Gangwalker” appears to be another attempt to provide guns to criminals in order to generate more gun crime and then more calls for gun control.

The biggest difference between the two operations at this early date only seems to be that Gangwalker is a purposeful attempt to create the deaths of American citizens in order to pursue the administration’s fanatical anti-gun agenda.

American deaths, for political gain.

Think about that claim for a minute, and what that would mean.
We are, Mr. Owens, we are; we've been thinking about this for a while now.

Also, we have more on attacks on whistleblowers, and something even louder:
"It now appears…that an [sic] pattern of conduct has emerged to attack GS Forcelli’s credibility,” Cerasi continued in his letter, narrating details of a case involving grenade components, portions of which have been classified “secret.” As per the letter, “…Forcelli was against the ‘secret’ classification of portions of the case because he believed that it would appear that it was being so classified to prevent oversight as part of the “Fast and Furious” inquiry.

Here was the set-up:
“[I]nvestigators focused on a delivery of inert grenade hulls which occurred in November 2009. These hulls were intercepted and marked by ATF, for the purpose of identifying whether or not the suspect was, in fact, making IEDs. In this instance, the USAO had indicated that ATF should not allow the suspect to export the items even though the USAO would not prosecute the suspect if he was caught exporting them [emphasis in original]…The USAO had made it clear that it would not prosecute the case as an export violation.”
True, inert grenade hulls are not prohibited by federal law (state laws vary), oftentimes being used to make novelty items. Curiously, doing just that was one of the factors ATF used to justify its raid on the Branch Davidians at Waco. Still, the use of improvised grenades in Mexican cartel violence is widely known by law enforcement, and exporting hulls without approvals is illegal ( See: International Traffic in Arms Regulations,22 C.F.R. Chapter I, Subchapter M, Parts 120-130, “Category IV … *(a) … grenades … .(h) All specifically designed or modified components, parts, accessories, attachments, and associated equipment for the articles in this category.”)
Not good, right?
But wait! There's MORE!!
“In January of 2010, a controlled delivery was conducted. The delivery consisted of other components, which were marked in the event they were able to be interdicted at the border. By this time, ATF had developed information that indicated that the subject was, in fact, transporting the items to Mexico, and ATF believed that he was using the items in the manufacture if IEDs. Since the USAO had indicated that they would not prosecute the subject for an export violation, a plan was enacted which would allow assets from the Government of Mexico to conduct an interdiction and prosecute the case. This plan was discussed and given approval from the U.S. Attorney himself. However, after GS Forcelli’s testimony before Congress, he received a phone call from Michael Morrisey who advised him that his office’s position was that the USAO never authorized ATF to conduct a cross-border operation where grenade components crossed into Mexico. GS Forcelli, in turn, advised Mr. Morrissey of U.S. Attorney Dennis Burke’s e-mail authorizing said operation. Mr. Morrisey seemed surprised. It troubles GS Forcelli that a package was forwarded to the DAG’s Office summarizing this case which included a copy of a related e-mail but which left Mr. Burke’s authorizing e-mail out [emphasis added].”
Burke? Doesn't that name sound familiar...

Monday, September 05, 2011

Veep Biden, there are only two appropriate words for you:

Fucking Asshole.

So we're terrorists and now barbarians as well, huh? Kiss my ass, you miserable little sucking-for-votes leftist bastard.

Hey, Biden, you want terrorists? You know, real ones like the President's friends Ayers and Dohrn? How about that sodding murderer Arafat? Who the Nobel committee decided needed a peace prize(just like Obama's!) for having spent many years murdering people and promoting genocide.

Before I collapse for the night

I'll pass on two things I found at Cracked. First, a list of five celebrity outbursts, the first of which is the main one I'll point to and not an outburst, just very upsetting to many: Sean Connery from 1965
And years later, when Barbara Walters was having a fit over it:
When she presses him, Connery explains that you only beat women, "If you've tried everything else, and -- women are pretty good at this -- they can't leave it alone. They want to have the last word, and you give them the last word, but they're not happy with the last word. They want to say it again, and get into a really provocative situation. Then I think it's absolutely right.
I'd not heard about this before; must've shocked hell out of her when she pressed him and the response was "I haven't changed my opinion."*

The other: The 10 Greatest Uses of Trash Talk in the History of War. All interesting, two from Sparta, and this one from the Civil War:
It all got started when Union General Philip Sheridan was instilling confidence in his men while keeping a flask of some liquid confidence of his own close by. Suddenly, he spotted some Confederates peeking down on him from their higher ground at Missionary Ridge. So, being an officer and a gentleman, he raised his flask to them and calmly toasted: "Here's at you!"

The Confederates, pissed off at this display, responded with a volley of gunfire that splattered the Irishman and his Union officers with dirt. Sheridan, his toast so rudely interrupted, turned at his assailants and roared ...

The Quote:

"That was ungenerous! I'll take your guns for that!"

His army promptly mistook this outburst as an order and stormed up the slopes toward the Confederates on Missionary Ridge, along with the seething Sheridan himself -- while Sheridan's bewildered superior, General Ulysses S. Grant, was left wondering what the hell was going on.
Been a long time since I read about this, and I do believe this is a somewhat simplified version. But they did take the ridge.

*And of all the women you've ever known who almost melted at the sound of his name, how many do you think would change their opinion after hearing this?

I happened to have the radio on and Sean Hannity was talking to Darryl Hannah

The woman is a fucking moron.
"Radiation is scary, get rid of all the reactors!"
"Green power only!"
"I'm a pacifist, we should stop being violent and talk to people to solve problems!"

Oh, Deity, he just asked how she'd protect herself if someone attacked her in her home: she says she's got a lot of rescued animals that would be violent toward attackers. So it's ok to have your pets tear someone up, but use violence 'yourself'? NEVER, she says...

"We should stop using oil, and use alcohol instead!" I wonder how the hell she thinks we're going to produce that kind of amount of alcohol? And, of course, the problems of using alcohol are completely glossed over...

I think she spent too much time underwater back when she played a mermaid.

Yes, the AGW believers truly believe in unfettered scientific inquiry,

as long as the results are what they want them to be. If they're not, they crap all over you.

Farmer Frank was on a swine- control mission that did not involve politicians. But did involve equipment problems.

Ran across a couple of Gunwalker articles: one makes it plain(again) the White House cannot deny people there knew about it; they're claiming instead "We knew none of those nasty details". However:
The White House officials were provided information on Fast and Furious and other border gun trafficking efforts through what an administration source calls "back channels" by ATF's then-Special Agent in Charge of Phoenix Bill Newell. "...don't want ATF HQ to find out, especially since this is what they should be doing (briefing you)," Newell wrote in an email to the White House's O'Reilly on July 28, 2010. Newell has since been transferred out of that post.
Newell doesn't strike me as someone of such integrity that he'd endanger his position by "You need to know this" heroics; the highlighted portion makes me think this:
Newell may be thinking that someone at the WH doesn't know what efforts he's making and wants to make sure they do; however, what if the HQ was playing word games with this to help plausible deniability by the WH? Yeah, sounds like something out of a bad spy novel; your point is?

The other article covers the same ground; there are some different bits between them.

I am less polite than BRM: I'll put it as "How fuckin' STUPID do you have to be, drunk or not, to think this was a good idea?"
I'll borrow the quote, too:
Stupidity cannot be cured with money, or through education, or by legislation. Stupidity is not a sin, the victim can't help being stupid. But stupidity is the only universal capital crime; the sentence is death, there is no appeal, and execution is carried out automatically and without pity.

A little more Gunwalker:
At one point, agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives say guns sold under the program took just 24 hours to travel from a gun store in Phoenix to a crime scene in Mexico.

(ATF senior officials)... in Washington met every Tuesday, to review the latest sales figures and the number of guns recovered in Mexico.

"How long are you going to let this go on?" Steve Martin, an assistant director of intelligence operations asked the ATF top brass at meeting Jan. 5, 2010, according to a transcript of the meeting contained in the congressional report. None of the men responded and several quickly left the room, the transcript reveals.
Plausible deniability, no doubt.

That is one damned big lizard; catching it alive is kind of amazing.

So ATF was watching straw sales in Indiana, too? Including having the NICS people OK sales to inelegible people? Jeez.

And, after one more day/night on very little sleep, I'm done for the day.

Sunday, September 04, 2011

The fact that this kind of crap is considered a 'good thing' in much of the muslim world

is all the reason I need to dislike so much of the muslim world.
A father slit the throat of his three teenage daughters in an ‘honour killing’ after they were raped by Gaddafi loyalists during the siege of the port city of Misrata.

Well, what currency would YOU put Obama on?

A suggestion here.

Right now the temps around here are in the 60's,

66 right here in OKC, and that's a reading we haven't seen in months. And we had about a quarter-inch of wet stuff fall from the sky. And the high is predicted to be 79 today, which has been about the LOW daily temp for the last week or two(maybe longer, I'd have to check).

I feel like having breakfast out to celebrate.

Weird weather. I know I've mentioned it before, but son's unit just finished a month at the National Training Center, usually hot as hell, and it was somewhat lower temps there than back here in Oklahoma. Of course, it's somewhat relative: they went from an area where the temps have been lower than normal to an area with highs in the 90's & some low 100's; that was a shock for them, but from what he said only had a few people go down from the heat.

Hey, Gov. Perry, maybe we need a fence on the border

so the effing Mexican authorities know where the effing border is, maybe?

Sooner or later one of these clowns is going to cross over after/and then fire at someone here and get his ass shot; what do you want to bet the Mexicans and Administration claim the US citizen crossed over into bloody Mexico to bring the body across?

Got to tell you, this is one of the silliest things I've read in a LONG time:
She added that helicopters were still searching the area for the shark late Sunday, while rescue staff searched for the man's arms and legs, which she believed had been taken by the shark.
Um, madam, I believe what you might find- if you have some way to search for poop- is the remains of the limbs in question.