Illegal Aliens and “Coyotes” Don’t Cause Mass Death, Bad Tires and Pursuing Authorities Do—Got It?
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23 Illegal Aliens Were In This Truck

“This Monday, July 23, 2012 photo shows what remains of a 2000 Ford F-250 pickup truck after it crashed into a tree on the side of U.S. Highway 59 between Goliad and Beeville, Texas before 7:00 p.m. Sunday evening. The truck, overloaded with nearly two dozen illegal immigrants, veered off a highway and crashed into trees, killing at least 14, authorities said. (AP Photo/San Antonio Express-News, John Davenport)”

In the multicultural media, as in the antiversity, one is obligated to lie about all matters touching on diversity… and everything touches on diversity. Thus, AP operative Christopher Sherman and the authorities he cites in his story below, will trot out any possible explanation for the deaths of 15 illegal aliens in a July 23rd crash in Texas, save for the truth: Loading up a pickup truck with 23 illegal aliens, and surely doing so on a regular basis, caused one or more tires to give out.

Crashes of vehicles overloaded with illegal immigrants moving north from the border occur periodically, often as they attempt to evade authorities.

Instead, Sherman blames the tires and pursuing authorities for causing such deadly crashes. So, why doesn’t he name the tiremaker? He knows he’s blowing smoke, but that would give his criminal clients yet someone else to sue: The tiremakers and the pursuing authorities.

What’s next? A directive from the John Doe calling himself “Barack Obama,” ordering all federal agents to refrain from chasing suspected criminal invaders, and pressuring, under veiled threats, all regional, state, county and local LEOs to do likewise?


Texas Truck Crash That Killed 15 Likely Caused By Tire: Official (VIDEO)

By Christopher Sherman

July 24, 2012, 5:18 p.m. est

AP/San Antonio Express-News/Huffington Post

McALLEN, Texas — A pickup truck's front tire that apparently had come apart was likely the cause of a weekend crash on a rural South Texas highway that claimed its 15th victim Tuesday, authorities said.

The truck packed with 23 suspected illegal immigrants crashed Sunday evening near Goliad, about 90 miles southeast of San Antonio. Eight passengers remain hospitalized. Investigators were working to identify the victims, who they said are from Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala.

"More than likely the crash was caused by front right tire separation," Texas Department of Public Safety spokesman Gerald Bryant said Tuesday.

The investigation into the crash continues, and Bryant would not say if the tire was old and worn or if the separation was a manufacturing issue. He did not name the tire brand.

Eleven people died at the scene, including two girls. Four more died later at hospitals, including a man who died Tuesday.

Bryant identified the driver as 22-year-old Ricardo Mendoza-Pineda, who died in the crash.

Mendoza-Pineda was from Mexico, Bryant said, but he could not comment on his immigration status. Bryant said interviews with survivors indicated the truck was bound for Houston.

The Mexican Consulate in San Antonio had confirmed Monday that one 22-year-old man from Tamaulipas, which borders Texas, was among the dead. Bryant said he did not know what part of Mexico Mendoza-Pineda was from.

In a statement, the Guatemalan government said at least two Guatemalans died in the accident, a 27-year-old man and a 22-year-old woman.

Crashes of vehicles overloaded with illegal immigrants moving north from the border occur periodically, often as they attempt to evade authorities.

In April, nine Mexican immigrants died near the border when the teenage driver of their van crashed after fleeing Border Patrol. There were 18 people in that minivan.

In that case, six adults face a variety of federal charges and the 15-year-old driver was charged in state court with nine counts of murder.

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