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SERBIAN IMMIGRANT DEPORTED AFTER SERVING FEDERAL SENTENCE. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (1/20, Diedrich) reported that ICE says Serbian immigrant Nedjo lkonic was removed from the this week after finishing his Federal sentence for "lying immigration forms about what did during the Bosnian war." "is wanted Bosnian prosecutors, who allege committed genocide when commanded police unit near Srebrenica during the 1995 massacre, according warrant. OHS Assistant Secretary for ICE John Morton said his agency "will not allow the United States safe haven for those who are hiding from prosecution and punishment for the crimes they have 
committed elsewhere." 

sentencing Mexican national Cesar Hernandez-Escalante "to months' imprisonment" after pleading guilty "to the charges illegal reentry into the United States after having been removed and transporting illegal alien for financial gain. After having been previously removed, Hernandez-Escalante "was caught Interstate deputy from the Effingham Sheriff's Department who stopped the vehicle was driving for having too many passengers." His "case was investigated the Effingham County Sheriff's Department and the Department Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, was prosecuted Assistant Attorney Michael Carr." 

All But Children Brought Pittsburgh With Adoptive Families. The Fabregas, Wereschagin) reports the sisters who ran the orphanage from which Haitian children have been brought Pittsburgh have "given adoptive families all but the children they refused leave the ruins Haiti." Those children "will remain humanitarian parole --a refugee status Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano granted
until adoption. Each child will become U.S. citizen 'the moment (their) adoption finalized,'" according CIS spokesman Chris Bentley. 
The Christian Science Monitor (1/22, Jonsson) reports, ''The image Haitian children arriving the arms new parents part massive outpouring concern." However, "as rough conditions Haiti raises pressure authorities airlift the children out, the disaster also exposes complicated moral, ethical, and even political conundrum about how measure traumatized child's real needs the midst widespread destruction and loss life. 
Diaspora Seen Means Aiding Haitians. 
Post (1/22, 684K) op-ed, Elliott Abrams, senior fellow for 
Middle Eastern studies the Council Foreign Relations, says the and other donor nations "must increase aid but also allow Haitians help themselves, and there way they can that sitting devastated nation. substantial number Haitians must allowed move richer countries --including ours." Stating that TPS status for Haitian nationals not enough, Abrams criticizes Napolitano's statement that Haitians attempting leave the island now "will only bring more hardship the Haitian people and nation." 
CHAFFETZ PUSHES RESOLUTION OPPOSING PATH CITIZENSHIP FOR ILLEGALS THE US. The Salt Lake Tribune (1/22, Canham) reports that with lawmakers "attempting define" the immigration reform debate "in anticipation that Congress may take the highly volatile issue this year," Rep. Jason Chaffetz leading a group freshman Republicans and moderate Democrats who support resolution that says any reform proposal must not include way for undocumented immigrants gain legal status. The resolution supported Republicans and Democrats also calls for bolstered border protection and new requirement for all employers verify the immigration status their workers using the federal E-Verify program." "calls the resolution bipartisan way reform the immigration system, but doubtful that members the Congressional Hispanic Caucus would feel the same way." 

(1/22, Davidson) reports that Chaffetz "made illegal immigration key campaign issue 
2008 when upset former Rep. Chris Cannon, A-Utah, and attracted national attention when suggested using tent cities hold illegal aliens cut costs and help increase enforcement. His resolution calls for Congress follow three main components addresses immigration reform: reject any amnesty for illegal immigrants now the country; beef resources secure the border; and require all employers use E-Verify ensure that their workers are the country legally." Brief: 
MAN SUSPECTED NEW JERSEY BURGLARY RING UNDER ICE DETAINER. The 

reports the arrest Union County man who police "say operated burglary ring, using juveniles help him steal from homes Monmouth and Somerset counties. Police believe the Honduran national, thought the illegally, "uses aliases, including Joeys Sebastian Cruz, Jorge Luna, Joeys Sebastian Cruz Morales, Manuel Gomez, and Jorge Armando Vadladares Luna." ICE "has issued no-bail immigration detainer for him, pending the outcome their 
investigation." The Newark Green (1/22) also cover the case. 
MAN HELD FOR ICE AFTER MUFFLER LEADS DISCOVERY COCAINE, FAKE DOCUMENTS. The 

Herald (1/22) reports, loud muffler led the arrest man possession cocaine and fake Social Security cards, Round Lake Park police said. Police Chief George Filenko said Martin Alvarez, 33, the 500 block Laurel 
Court Round Lake Beach, was being held the Lake County jail Thursday for Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials. 
MEN ARRESTED DRUG CHARGES OREGON UNDER ICE HOLD. The East 
(1/22, Mills) reports, "The Blue Mountain Enforcement Narcotics Team (BENT) arrested two Hermiston-area men Wednesday after investigation led the seizure nearly 100 grams crystal methamphetamine and over $8,600 cash." Humberto Gorrozquieta Andrade and Caitlahuac Andres Guerra-Paniagua are both "lodged the Umatilla County Jail and currently have Immigration and Customs Enforcement holds placed them." 

man Miguel Hernandez-Cabanas, believed mid-level drug supplier, has been arrested "after attempted sell large amount methamphetamine undercover agents, according press released issued the Bartow County Sheriff's Office. The Standard adds that "is currently the Bartow County Jail and also being held with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainer." 

ICE ASSISTANCE KANSAS DRUG-TRAFFICKING INVESTIGATION NOTED. 
The Wichita (1/22, Potter) reports, A three-year drug-trafficking investigation including federal agencies has led the arrests people living near Arkansas City, authorities $aid Thursday. far, least people have been charged result the investigation, which involved about local, state and federal agencies. The Eagle notes ICE's assistance the case. 
ICE INVESTIGATING LEGAL STATUS MASSAGE PARLOR WORKER. The (1/22, Brudereck) 
reports Penn Spa Oriental Massage worker Zhenlan "was jailed Thursday after she was arrested prostitution and related charges at the Sinking Spring massage parlor. Chief County Detective Michael Gombar said ICE investigating the woman's legal status. 

US, EUROPE AGREE ACCELERATE WORK AVIATION SECURITY STRATEGY. The New York Times (1/22, Cala) reports its website that European officials meeting with Secretary Napolitano Toledo, Spain, yesterday discuss common aviation security strategy for the first time since the failed Christmas Day bombing attempt said they will "accelerate the drafting" such agreement. The Times adds that while some members, "including Germany and Spain, continue resist the American-favored use" whole-body scanners, "Napolitano played down those differences: saying that aviation security pivots not only whole-body scanners, but "on unity efforts that Qaeda won't able carry out successful attack airplane." Voice America (1/22) reports Napolitano said Europe and the "need tighten collaboration four critical areas when comes airport and airline security. 
The (1/22, Woolls), meanwhile, highlights the body scanner issue, reporting that Napolitano looked "allay" European concerns over their use, "saying that the technology develops the devices will less intrusive. 'Some the privacy issues that have been raised are dealt with effectively the new iterations the technology,"' Napolitano said press conference following yesterday's meeting. The says Napolitano "denied the was pressuring Europe deploy the scanners," but "stressed that better screening technology was one several important elements for protecting travelers 

possible impacts health and privacy, after which officials would decide their use. "Napolitano said the was not seeking impose decision the bloc but she defended the effectiveness the devices. AFP (1/22) reports runs 
report the opportunities that tightened security may hold for Smiths Detection, German firm that produces airport security systems. 
Irish Official Says Back Use Body Scanners. Irish Times (1/22, Michael) reports Irish Minister for Justice Dermot Ahern said Spain yesterday that "he supported the introduction full-body scanners Irish airports. also said the meeting that officials "need fast track exchange information which can play very important role defeating international terrorism. Law-abiding citizens have nothing fear from increased information exchange, particularly internally the EU, and better scanning devices and technology." 
WHITE HOUSE LAUNCHING NEW SEARCH FOR TSA NOMINEE. The Wall Street Journal (1/22, Simpson) reports the Administration launching news search for nominee head the TSA following the withdrawal earlier this week Erroll Southers. Focusing much its article the aviation security issues facing the leaderless agency, the Journal quotes former DHS Clark Kent Ervin calling a heck time for this happen, given that TSA has already been 
rocked onto its heels string incidents." 
Southers: Was "Right Man With The Right Qualifications." Appearing last night MSNBC's Rachel Maddow Show (1/21, 9:33 p.m. EST), Southers said believed had been "the right man with the right qualifications. had very interesting and productive conversations with Secretary Napolitano about moving forward. believe could have developed the TSA, maturing organization, into the best transportation security organization the world." 
DOJ DEFENDS HANDLING ABDULMUTALLAB CASE. The (1/22) reports that "under growing criticism from Capitol Hill," the Justice Department yesterday "defended its decision interrogate and arrest the suspected Christmas Day bomber," Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, criminal rather than enemy combatant, saying got actionable intelligence from him and would continue so" even faces trial. statement, DOJ spokesman Matthew Miller said, "Those who now argue that different action should have been taken this case were notably silent when dozens terrorists were successfully prosecuted federal court the previous administration." 

(1/22, Pelofsky) says the statement followed increasing attacks Republican lawmakers, who were particularly angered revelations Wednesday top officials, including Director National Intelligence Dennis Blair, National Counterterrorism Center Director Michael Leiter and OHS Secretary Janet Napolitano, that they were not consulted where prosecute .Abdulmutallab. 
(1/22, Gerstein, 25K), meanwhile, notes that Democrats "have been less vocal the issue," though Senate Intelligence Committee Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein joined Vice Chairman Sen. Kit Bond statement calling 'failure' that there was process place allowing national security officials consider the option interrogating him military custody." The (1/22) also reports briefly the statement issues Feinstein and Bond. 
HIG Not Expected Operational For Several Months. The Wall Street Journal (1/22, AS, Perez, Gorman, 2.08M) reports that the head the new High-Value Detainee Interrogation Group, HIG, said yesterday interview that will several months before the program will firmly established. Andrew McCabe, veteran FBI counterterrorism investigator who leading the new program, also said the teams "will not have different tools from anyone else." editorial, the Wall Street Joural (1/22, 2.08M) notes that during Senate testimon yesterday, Director National Intelligence Dennis Blair said the FBI should have used HIG team interrogate Abdulmutallab. According the Journal, Blair's testimony was later disputed Administration official, and issued statement saying his comments had been "misconstrued." The Journal, however, says Blair was right making the assertion. 

TERRORISM SEEN "CREEPING BACK" INTO POLITICS AMID RISING PUBLIC CONCERNS. The (1/22, Feller) 
reports that "terrorism creeping back the forefront the American mindset, creating election-year issue for 
emboldened Republicans and forcing President Barack Obama reassert himself after wobbly period homeland 
protection." According new AP-GfK poll, "public concern about terrorism its highest levels months." But "more 
than half people, percent, approve Obama's handling terrorism. Still, the notes that Republicans 
"traditionally claim security political strong suit, and recent events," including the failed Christmas Day attack, "have 
not helped the party power. 
INDIA ISSUES TERROR ALERT OVER HIJACK PLOT. The (1/22, George) reports airports India are "on high alert Friday after intelligence services received information that Qaeda-linked militants were plotting hijack plane." Aviation spokeswoman Moushumi Chakravarty said that the airports were placed alert Thursday after the government received warnings from the intelligence agencies." Chakravarty also confirmed media reports that said intelligence officials had uncovered plot militants linked Qaeda and the Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba group hijack Air India Indian Airlines flight destined for neighboring South Asian country." 
TEEN'S JEWISH PRAYER PROMPTS DIVERSION PLANE PHILADELPHIA. The (1/22, Matheson) reports Airways Express Flight 3079 from New York's LaGuardia Louisville, Kentucky, experienced scare yesterday when Jewish teenager "pulled out set small boxes containing holy scrolls, leading the captain divert the flight Philadelphia, where the commuter plane was greeted police, bomb-sniffing dog" and officials from the FBI and TSA. FBI spokesman J.J. Klaver said the 17-year-old's use tefillin boxes was "something that the average person not going see very often, ever." 

(1/22, O'Reilly, Steele, Loyd) reports, "Nathan Diamant, public-policy director for the Union 
Orthodox Congregations America, challenged the FBl's assertion that the 'average person' cannot expected recognize tefillin. 'They've appeared all kinds photographs and movies and TV,' Diament said," although added that "he understood the airline's caution. 
The Louisville Courier-Journal (1/22, Quay, Halladay) reports the 17-year-old, Caleb Leibowitz, "explained the ritual after being questioned crew members the flight, which had left LaGuardia around 7:30 a.m. for Louisville, authorities said. But officials with Chautauqua Airlines, which operated the flight, said crew members 'did not receive clear response' when they talked with the teen, prompting their decision" divert. 
The New York Times (1/22, A20, Barron) reports that while relatively common sight" for some New Yorkers, the prayer ritual "looked ominous," flight attendant, as the young man were wrapping himself cables wires. And time when in-flight thinking colored the brutal knowledge that passengers have hidden bombs underwear shoes, she told the officers the cockpit." terrorism even criminal incident." The TSA "said e-mailed statement that was notified about the passenger minutes" prior the plane's landing Philadelphia. The Wall Street Journal (1/22, Loftus, Miller) reports TSA spokeswoman said the agency had been notified disruptive passenger" prior the flight's diversion, and that nothing 

had been found during sweep the plane. 
WHITE HOUSE CAREFULLY MANAGING COMMUNICATIONS HAITI RELIEF EFFORT. The New York Times (1/22, 10, Landler, Cooper, 1.09M) reports "as part remarkable public relations campaign, the White House released three-page 'ticktock'" its Haiti relief efforts, "newspaper term art for minute-by-minute reconstruction how momentous events unfolded." The "ticktock was one torrent news releases, briefings, fact sheets and statements that flowed out the White House the days after the earthquake, media campaign that illustrates two truths about the Obama administration: its deftness catering nonstop, Internet-and cable-television-driven news cycle, and its determination project competence and resolve dealing with heartbreaking tragedy, implicit contrast the way the Bush administration struggled through Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath." Tommy Vietor, White House spokesman who was dispatched Port-au-Prince Mr. Obama help manage the public relations campaign," said, "We're out there and aggressive." 
Clinton Says Working Send Aid Haitian Countryside. AFP (1/22) reports Secretary Clinton told reporters 
yesterday that the determined help Haitians fleeing the capital for the countryside. Said Clinton, "We ... know that many people are leaving Port-au-Prince into the surrounding countryside. We're trying get more aid out there, more 
shelter, food, medicine, certainly water." Many Haitians, she said, "feel safer the countryside and want support 
them." 
Aiding Haitians Seen "New Mission" For Guantanamo Bay. The (1/22, Fox) reports the earthquake Haiti has 
brought with a new mission" for the American base Guantanamo Bay: "supplying aid the devastated island nation and potentially detaining thousands Haitian migrants captured sea. President Barack Obama's deadline for closing the base prison expires Friday with new date sight, but huge effort provide earthquake aid just getting started." 
The Miami Herald (1/22, Rosenberg) reports, "Relief flights now land night and day the base runway, cargo planes and helicopters shuttling between here, Port-au-Prince and Navy armada helping Haiti from the sea. Friday was meant bittersweet date --President Barack Obama's missed one-year deadline empty the Pentagon prison camps the last 195 war-on-terror captives. its place, there was air elation and purpose that the military Guantanamo was helping out unambiguously good assignment. 
Haiti Approves Plans For Tent Cities House Dislocated. The New York Times (1/22, A4, Rivera, Cave, 1.09M) reports Haiti has "approved plans for more than dozen sprawling tent cities and around Port-au-Prince, the first step epic relocation effort that could reshape the country one million people displaced the earthquake find new places live." Jacmel, "one the cities hardest hit the earthquake -as Port-au-Prince, the capital -the housing needs are acute, and demand for shelter has intensified. Officials "with the Haitian government and the United Nations said Thursday that they were moving quickly possible establish organized camps, with water, food and health care, before the rainy season starts peak May. 

The (1/22, Faul, Lush) reports Fritz Longchamp, chief staff President Rene Preval, said "within days, the government will move 400,000 people made homeless Haiti's epic earthquake from their squalid improvised camps throughout the shattered capital new resettlement areas the outskirts." Longchamp said authorities "are worried about sanitation and disease outbreaks makeshift settlements like the one the city's central Champs Mars plaza. 
Haitians Fleeing Cities For Countryside. ABC World News (1/21, story 2:00, Sawyer, 8.2M) reported, "In Haiti today, 
thousands and thousands people joined mass exodus out the cities desperate search for aid." ABC (Muir) 
added, "Aware the exodus, the Air Force flying over the vast sugar cane fields well north the capital, preparing 
drop food here, and get closer, the first glimpse people lining the edges the field. You can hear the people 
applauding. 

government has been encouraging people leave for the countryside. Now there plan build tent camps for many 400,000 people, many, many miles away from here." 

again today two powerful aftershocks. There have been more than measuring 4.5 higher since the earthquake nine days ago. Port-au-Prince, meanwhile, still looks like war zone. Half million people are living makeshift camps with little food water. Some clinics say patients face 12-day wait for care. There's still huge backlog the airport well, 1,400 relief flights are waiting list land. 

relief effort can't afford any more setbacks." 

sad, but more supplies and troops arrive.at the Port-au-Prince airport, hungry Haitians watch and wonder why there's much aid behind the walls and little out." But "this sea misery, there trickle aid and hope flowing. the hard-hit village Mirabelle, miles north the capital, air drop like manna from heaven. More than 69,000 pounds water and food." 

donations; the flights, the aid, the effort help Haiti, it's fair ask, why that some people are dying from disease, lack food and water? And some people haven't been helped all yet?" NBC (Taibbi) added, "The one word keep hearing explain why that help isn't getting the thousands who need desperately, bottlenecks. The biggest bottleneck here the quake-damaged airport Port-au-Prince. 
Haitian Government's Co"uptlon Seen Root Country's Ills. New York Times (1/22, A31, 1.09M) op-ed, author Mark Danner says that while the earthquake was act nature, "was able kill many because the corruption and weakness the Haitian state, state built for predation and plunder. Recovery can come only with vital, even heroic, outside help; but such help, matter how inspiring the generosity embodies, will little restore Haiti unless addresses, countless prior interventions built transports sympathy have not, the manmade causes that lie beneath the Haitian malady." Danner says the "could start throwing open its markets Haitian agricultural produce and manufactured goods, broadening and making permanent the provisions promising trade bill negotiated 2008." 
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ICE NEWS BRIEFING 
DATE: FRIDAY, JULY 2010 8:00 EDT 
TODAY'S TABLE CONTENTS 
+Editor's Note. 
LEADING THE NEWS: 
+Obama Calls For Immigration Reform, Path Citizenship For Illegal Aliens. 
OPERATIONAL NEWS:
ICE Captures Man Wanted For More Than Decade Deadly Texas Shooting.
ICE Sting Nabs Philadelphia Cabbies. 

+University Montana Students Express Concern Over Arrests. 
+Man Convicted Impersonating Federal Agent. 
+Convicted Drug Dealer Deported New Zealand. 

+ICE Participates Sweep Resulting Arrests Yakima Valley. 
+Internet Piracy Crackdown Comes Amid "Twilight" Phenomenon. 
+Business California Reopens Following ICE Arrests. 
POLICY AND ISSUES NEWS: 
+Secure Communities Coming Some New York Jails This Fall. 
+San Francisco Turns Over ICE During First Nine Days Secure Communities. 
+Nutter Says Wants New Information-Sharing Agreement With ICE. BRIEF: 
+ICE Participates Operation Cabello Troya Nebraska. 
+Chef Arrested Child Porn Charges. 
+Calgary Man med Over ICE After Child Porn Seized. 
+Man Accused Sexual Assault Faces Deportation Mexico. 

+Three Under ICE Detainers Following Drug Arrests Virginia. 
+One Two Arrested Virginia Sexual Assault Under ICE Hold. 
+ICE Detainer Placed New York Man Accused Robbing Roommate. 

TOP OHS NEWS: 
+Pistole Sworn TSA Amid Launch "See Something, Say Something Campaign. 
+Allen: Alex Has "Significantly Hampered" Skimming Operations. 
+Mexico Bears Brunt Alex Texas Sees Little Damage. 

+Four Coast Guard Petty Officers Charged San Diego Bay Incident. 
EDITOR'S NOTE. observance the federal Independence Day holiday, the ICE News Briefing will not published Monday, July Publication will resume, with news from the holiday, Tuesday, July 

OBAMA CALLS FOR IMMIGRATION REFORM, PATH CITIZENSHIP FOR ILLEGAL ALIENS. Coverage 

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time since was elected," launching "what will undoubtedly one his toughest political fights." CBS added that "bipartisan agreement immigration reform seems unlikely this year," and "this political third rail has the power bum both parties. 
The New York Times (7/2, Baker, 1.09M) reports, "The president's decision elevate the issue reflected more political strategy than legislative one since the White House has plan actually push bill this year through Congress already consumed other issues." The Times adds that "Obama's focus appeared intended frame the debate for the approaching election appeal Hispanic voters who could critical several states." Republicans "fired back, casting Mr. Obama's speech cynical demagoguery."  
AFP (7/2) likewise reports, "Few political observers believe immigration reform will pass before November's mid-term 
elections, and many suspect bid appease Hispanic voters, crucial Democratic constituency." 

(7/2, Douglas) reports, "Despite the poor outlook for action, Obama and Democrats are trying show 
increasingly impatient Hispanic leaders and voters --who solidly backed Obama 2008 --that they're their side." McClatchy adds that "Obama's speech, his first major address immigration since was elected, offered new specifics and timetable deadline for enacting bill. 
The Wall Street Journal (7/2, Meckler, 2.08M) quotes Obama saying, "The system broken, and everybody knows it." 
Obama, the 
Post (7/2, Savage, 684_K) reports, "piled new pressure Republicans Thursday," turning 
spotlight 11" GOP "senators who had backed reform attempts 2006, arguing that progress being 'held hostage' 'political posturing, special-interest wrangling and ... the pervasive sentiment Washington that tackling such thorny and emotional issue inherently bad politics.'" The Post adds, "Hispanics could play important part the Democrats' fortunes the midterm elections. Two-thirds Hispanic voters backed Obama 2008.  
Politico (7/2, Thrush, Wong, 25K) reports that the speech "took decidedly political tum when the president called out Senate Republicans for standing the way reform." The (7/2, Superville) quotes the President saying, "Reform 
that brings accountability our immigration system cannot pass without Republican votes ... That the political and mathematical reality." The adds that "many immigrant advocates praised the president's comments." 
The Christian Science Monitor (7/2, Feldmann, 48K) notes the Obama said, "I'm ready move forward. The majority 
Democrats are ready move forward. And believe the majority Americans are ready move forward." 

reports, "It was the third time many days that Obama singled out Republicans obstructionist force, blaming them his earlier appearances for defending oil giant the aftermath the Gulf Coast oil spill and for opposing stronger financial regulatory legislation." Adds the Times, "The president's remarks this week represented the clearest preview yet the message the White House intends highlight this year's midterm election: Republicans' stubborn refusal help solve national problems." 
The Contra Costa Times (7/2, Times, 186K) reports, "Shifting the onus Republicans did not sit well with Tamar Jacoby, president lmmigrationWorks USA, nationwide federation small business owners." Said Jacoby, "He's still scolding 

and blaming Republicans rather than reaching out them ... think really needs reach across the divide, the percent Americans who support the Arizona law." 

KASA-TV Albuquerque (7/1, :08 p.m. MT) said "President Obama today asked Democrats and Republicans put 
aside political differences and pass new federal immigration policy handle the estimated million undocumented immigrants the US." The footage showed President Obama saying, "Under the pressure partisanship and election year politics, many the republican senators who voted for reform the past have now backed away from their previous support. 

"like thousands who have hit the streets recently," Obama "criticized Arizona's new immigration law which requires police check for citizenship divisive and unenforceable. Eighteen localities around the country now refuse business with Arizona because the law. Twenty-two states are considering legislation similar Arizona's." Said Obama, "These laws also have the potential violating the rights innocent' American citizens and legal residents." CBS added that Arizona Governor Jan Brewer "dismissed President Obama's speech disappointing, the latest series blasts she's fired the President. Brewer was shown saying, "Do your job. Secure our borders." 
Republicans Urge Obama Visit Border. Politico (7/2, Thrush, Wong, 25K) reports, "Republicans greeted ... Obama's call arms immigration reform Thursday with demand their own: that Obama visit the troubled US-Mexico border and see for himself why must secured." 

immigration priority during his first year office had promised. Said Comyn, "Eighteen months into his 
presidency, continues deliver words, but action." likewise, the News (7/2, Gillman) reports that Obama's speech "fell flat" with Comyn, who "rapped the president for giving more than lip service issue promised tackle during his first year office." Comyn said hadn't "seen anything demonstrate that has used any political capital made this priority.'" 
Under the headline "Obama Alienates GOP Over Immigration Bill," the 
"Obama went into Thursday's major policy speech immigration hoping convince Republicans join him passing bill, but walked out facing bigger divide than ever --including having irked one key lawmaker who had been his major Republican ally the issue. Rep. Jeff Flake, Arizona, who was "the lone Republican lawmaker attend Mr. Obama's speech," said that "Obama's speech seemed less about winning legislation and more about winning political points with Democratic voters and liberal advocates. also "said Mr. Obama was wrong say the US-Mexico border Arizona 'is more secure today than any time the past yeas.'" 

KPNX-TV Phoenix (7/1, 8:05 p.m. AT) reported, "Republicans swing back today the President's criticisms." KPNX aired clip House Minority leader Boehner saying, "The time for excuses over .for someone who asked held higher standard, President Obama spends awful lot time making excuses and whining about others. The American people want leadership from this White House and not childish partisanship."  
KGUN-TV Tucson (7/1, 9:03 p.m. AT) reported that even the President blames '"pressures partisanship and 

election-year politics" for the stalled immigration effort, "the Republicans are firing back.'' KGUN said Republicans "are not taking the president's criticism sitting down ... many the Right insist the president himself who holding immigration reform not first sealing our border." Sen. John McCain "wasted time" responding the president, the station added. His spokesperson said that "if the president had actually visited the Arizona-Mexico border, would understand the real threats Americans are facing from violence along the border related drug trafficking and human smuggling." 
Obama Praises Bush's Support For Reform. ABC World News (7/1, story 2:05, Karl, 8.2M) reported that "Obama's words" yesterday "echoed President Bush's when tried and failed get congress pass reform." The Hill (7/2, Youngman, Hooper, notes that the President said, "Despite the courageous leadership the past shown many 
Democrats and some Republicans --including, the way, predecessor, President Bush --[demagoguery] has been 
the custom." Adds The Hill, "Obama has rarely praised Bush publicly and has repeatedly blamed him for array 
domestic and international problems the confronting." 
Biii Planned Arizona Target Children Undocumented Immigrants. 
NBC News (7/1, story 1:30, 
Curry) noted that the President's speech also featured criticism the controversial immigration law Arizona, where 
state Sen. Russell Pearce "planning introduce law that requires child born Arizona have least one 
documented parent order given citizenship birth. This after the state made headlines for passing Pearce's last 
bill which requires local police check for proof citizenship anyone they suspect might the country illegally." 

Perry Describes "Testy" Conversation With Napolitano. The (7/2) reports Gov. Rick Perry said call with Secretary Napolitano Wednesday "became 'testy' when tried steer phone conversation about Texas' preparations for Hurricane Alex into discussion about border security." Regarding the storm, Perry said told Napolitano, "'yes, have all the help need, but don't have all the help need along the border Texas."' said added, "The idea that you would send 250 National Guard troops 1,200-mile border and think that anything but affront beyond me.'" OHS spokesman Matt Chandler "said the 250 troops were just part the resources being directed the border." The agency "has dedicated unprecedented manpower, technology, and infrastructure resources the southwest border over the course the past months; Chandler said. 
KVUE-TV Austin (TX) (7/2, Bartlett) reports its website that Perry said Thursday lunchtime address before the National Latino Peace Officers Association meeting Austin that Washington "sitting their Hill, playing their fiddles, while the border between Mexico and the United States burning ... Burning with terrorists, burning with drug cartels and need action." 
NYT/mes: Obama Should Act Lift "Burden Fear From Peaceable Immigrant Communities." The New York Times (7/2, 1.09M) editorializes, "Obama's first major speech immigration had the eloquence and clarity have come expect when engages wrenching national debate. However, "Obama's call action applies not just Congress but himself well." "has presidential powers, and should use them, lifting "the burden fear from peaceable immigrant communities. His administration widely expected bring lawsuit soon challenging the deeply unjust Arizona law." While "Obama should not suspend all enforcement against illegal immigrants ... can reset the administration's enforcement priorities focus dangerous and convicted criminals and rein the operations that his Department Homeland Security has promoted that enable local law enforcement engage the racial profiling rightly denounces. 
Bullets That Struck Paso City Hall Sent For Analysis. The Paso Times (7/2, Ybarra, Licon) reports, "Mexican authorities said the seven bullets that pierced the walls Paso City Hall Tuesday could have been fired Mexican federal agents." The Times adds, however, that "no Mexican agency .is taking responsibility for the bullets that hit City Hall. Paso Police Chief Greg Allen "said Thursday news conference that has not sent the two bullets found City Hall lab for ballistics testing." Allen also said that not favor sending soldiers the border. think, right now, have dedicated agency, namely the Border Patrol and ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement), place and they should beefed before the utilization military the border," Allen said. 
Twenty-One Killed Gun Battle Near Border. The (7/2) reports, massive gun battle between rival drug and 
migrant-trafficking gangs near the border left people dead Thursday, prosecutors said. The clash occurred 
sparsely populated area about miles (20 kilometers) from the Arizona border." 

ICE CAPTURES MAN WANTED FOR MORE THAN DECADE DEADLY TEXAS SHOOTING. There significant local coverage the ICE capture Tuesday Fidel Mora Yanez, undocumented immigrant the lam for years 

since was accused deadly Texas shooting. The Asheboro 
Courier-Tribune (7/2, Cavallier) reports that Yanez was identified Asheboro, North Carolina, "at the gas station East Dixie Drive Tuesday morning and then was taken into custody during traffic stop about mile away, according Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) spokeswoman, Barbara Gonzalez. ICE officers, with the help law enforcement officers from the Asheboro Police Department and the Randolph County Sheriff's Office, had Yanez under surveillance since June 22. That's when they received tip was living the Asheboro area under the alias, Bernardo Castanon Villanueva, and was working construction, Gonzalez said." 

Observer (7/2) runs report that "Yanez was the Mecklenburg County jail today awaiting extradition Houston. was not immediately clear had attorney when he.would extradited. Despite the decade between the shootings and Yanez's arrest, Gonzalez says these kinds cases show tough stance crime. 'It sends very strong message criminals that, whether days years, we're going catch with you,' Gonzalez said. 'We're committed ensuring that our communities are safe."' 
KIAH-TV Houston, and WBTV-TV Charlotte each run brief reports noting that "Gonzalez says Yanez had been living under assumed name and told authorities had been the area since 2001." 
The Houston Chronicle (6/2, Glenn) reports that "Yanez was charged with murder for the August 2000 slaying Nicholas Deangel Clemente, 20, the victim's home the 6100 block Glenmont. also was charged with wounding two other people who were the house during the disturbance, police said. Yanez will face federal immigration charges for being 

the country illegally addition the murder and assault charges, officials said." 
Charlotte, (7/2) reports its website that Houston Police Assistant Chief Michael Dirden expressed gratitude "for the assistance received from ICE the arrest this suspect. Their effort indicative the outstanding 

ICE STING NABS PHILADELPHIA CABBIES. The 
News (7/2, Campisi) reports, "Weeks ago the 
Philadelphia Parking Authority mailed letter immigrant cabdrivers telling them that credit-card payments were owed them and come the PPA get paid, drivers said. When drivers showed the PPA garage and impoundment offices South Philadelphia Wednesday, wound handcuffed Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents who 
determined the cabbies were the United States illegally, according ICE spokesman Mark Medvesky." "said the sting had been conducted because cabdrivers have access areas Philadelphia International Airport where the public doesn't normally go. consider this public-safety issue. We're constantly looking for places with vulnerabilities, like the airport,' said." 
UNIVERSITY MONTANA STUDENTS EXPRESS CONCERN OVER ARRESTS. The Missoulian (7/2, Moy) reports "shocked" Middle Eastern students the University Montana "want know what prompted the detainmenr last week three Saudi students DHS agents. They were arrested ''for 'overstaying their visas,' according Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and "incarcerated for week several holding facilities before being released from custody pending court date that has not yet been determined. However, university officials were told the arrests were the result misunderstanding mistake federal authorities who later apologized." 
MAN CONVICTED IMPERSONATING FEDERAL AGENT. The San Jose 
News (7/2, Bishop) reports 
Redwood City man Frank Salvador Solorza "was convicted impersonating federal immigration official and trying extort thousands dollars from six illegal immigrants, the Attorney's Office said Thursday." According federal prosecutors, and "others claimed officials from government immigration agency and demanded money from six people 'clear the immigration status each individual.'" Victims who received letters warning deportation "contacted Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), which launched investigation. Noting that Solorza allegedly wore clown disguise when picking payments, the Mercury News adds that Mark Wollman, special agent charge ICE's Homeland Security Investigations office San Francisco, said statement that while dressed as clown, his actions are laughing matter." 

David Royds, convicted drug dealer who kept his girlfriend's body preserved dry ice swank Newport Beach hotel room for year, has returned his native New Zealand after being released from prison, f.ederal officials said Thursday." "was paroled May after serving more than year and half four-year sentence for felony drug charges" and deported ICE June 25. 

notes ICE involvement Yakima Valley operation resulting "in arrests individuals facing charges including "unlawful possession firearms, narcotics trafficking and immigration violations. 
INTERNET PIRACY CRACKDOWN COMES AMID "TWILIGHT" PHENOMENON. Noting the excitement over the third installment the "Twilight" film series, which was released domestically midnight Wednesday, FOX News (7/2) reports its website that "security leaders Norton noted prominent spike this week contaminated search results for 'Twilight: Eclipse' -with some common searches returning more than percent malicious results. This means that web surfers have more than one-in-two chance clicking link that can unleash viruses, key logging programs (where criminals can monitor everything you type), and array other nasty computer bugs causing trouble for users." Fox adds, meanwhile, that those hoping avoid "the crazy cinema crowds and indulge 'Eclipse' right from the comforts your very own bedroom this weekend" may thwarted "the launch Wednesday 'Operation Our Sites,' new initiative targeting Internet counterfeiting and piracy, otherwise known law the theft intellectual property (IP). 
BUSINESS CALIFORNIA REOPENS FOLLOWING ICE ARRESTS. The 

(7/2, Carcamo) 
reports staff Fullerton, California's, Terra Universal called clients Wednesday "reassuring them was business usual" one day after ICE agents "served federal criminal search warrant, shutting down the company's computers and cutting off their shipping. And, the company attorney said, costing the company least $150,000 business." The 

arrested "were released few hours later pending immigration hearings," according Lori Haley. She "said she could not release any more information -including names -because the criminal investigation ongoing and the search warrant under seal. 'When search warrant our goal have minimal impact for the company,' Haley said. 'We're there gather evidence.'" 

NUTTER SAYS WANTS NEW INFORMATION-SHARING AGREEMENT WITH ICE. The 

Gelbart) reports Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter "detailed his objection Thursday continuing allow federal immigration authorities access city arrest records, saying the computerized record system automatically releases information about victims and witnesses crimes well those arrested criminal offenses. said technological changes needed made the city's Preliminary Arraignment Reporting System (PARS) safeguard victims and witnesses who are immigrants whose identification might result deportation. "emphasized that the city wants strike new information-sharing agreement with federal authorities, but not the expense the release data about victims and witnesses who may undocumented.'' 

firearm arm related arrests Western Nebraska. federal grand jury unsealed the indictment June 28. The investigation was dubbed 'Operation Cabello Troya,' according the U.S. Attorney's Office. 
CHEF ARRESTED CHILD PORN CHARGES. its website, KGO-TV San Francisco (7/2) reports the arrest Giovanni Dimaio, well-known chef suspected possessing and distributing child pornography over the Internet." "has been booked into Santa Cruz County Jail. Investigators say was found possessing and distributing images children engaged sexual acts and sexually explicit poses. Because Dimaio citizen Italy, his case has been referred Immigration and Customs Enforcement." 
June 20. Andre Beaudoin "and the seized disks were turned over special agents Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for further investigation and prosecution state authorities. 
MAN ACCUSED SEXUAL ASSAULT FACES DEPORTATION MEXICO. KATV-TV Little Rock (7/2, Hoffmeyer) reports its website that Mexican national Fernando Pinon Monjaras "is awaiting deportation from the United States" after allegedly sexually assaulting minor. was arrested ICE "in June 2009 for sexually assaulting eleven-yearold Springdale. pleaded guilty those charges and was sentenced months prison. KTHV-TV Little Rock, (7/2, Terrebonne) covers the story its website. 

THREE UNDER ICE DETAINER$ FOLLOWING DRUG ARRESTS VIRGINIA. its website, WHSV-TV Harrisonburg, (7/2) reports from Harrisonburg that ''three searches and five arrests have netted thousands dollars worth drugs what authorities are calling methamphetamine operation ... The Rockingham County Sheriff's Office has placed federal detainers all three illegal immigrants through the 287G program. The program sends local law enforcement officers get training from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency and deputizes them they can enforce immigration laws." 
ONE TWO ARRESTED VIRGINIA SEXUAL ASSAULT UNDER ICE HOLD. The 
News Press 

2:05, Curry), for example, reports that Pistole's swearing-in, after months without permanent leader the TSA, came "amid heavy police rush rail stations and down the East Coast over this holiday week. Against backdrop attacks trains and stations Madrid, Mumbai, London and Moscow recent years, Homeland Security rolled out new national 'See Something, Say Something' program.'" Secretary Napolitano was shown saying, "The focus solely suspicious actions behaviors associated with crime." Later, Pistole highlighted the failed Christmas Day bombing over Detroit representing "the biggest threat aviation. added that intelligence indicates "the individual who constructed that device still out there, still alive, and the concern that has constructed similar devices that other people may use." 
The (7/2, Dou) reports Napolitano's announcement, "part national information-sharing partnership with Amtrak," 
came "Penn Station, one the world's busiest train stations. The slogan was inspired the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's admonition traditionally mind-your-own-business New Yorkers." Noting that the failed Times 
Square bombing May was thwarted after "street vendors ... noticed smoking SUV with its blinkers on, engine running 
and one inside, the adds that "Napolitano called 'If you see something, say something' one the most successful 
public efforts date." The announcement came two days after security assessment from OHS that "said ... there are 
specific terrorist plots currently against mass transit the US, but that the systems are considered desirable targets 

Anderson native. 
Also reporting Thursday's announcement and swearing-in Pistole, the 
Post (7/2, Bolden) notes its "Dr. 
Gridlock" blog that D.C. Metro "and other transit authorities staged anti-terrorism exercises demonstrate their vigilance and practice coordination efforts with law enforcement agencies. December, Metro created 20-member antiterrorism unit funded $9.6 million grant from the Department Homeland Security." 
Napolitano was shown WNYW-TV New York (7/1, 6:12 p.m. EDT) saying, "By reporting suspicious activity, the public itself can help authorities prevent crime and terrorist acts, save lives, and identify perpetrators even after the fact." NY1

p.m. EDT), WCBS-TV New York (7/1, 5:33 pm. EDT), and WABC-TV New York (7/1, 5:09 p.m. EDT) all aired coverage Thursday's announcement, did Fox News' Live Desk (7/1, :34 pm. EDT). 

(7/2, Strunsky) reports that their ride aboard Amtrak Acela train from New York 
Washington D.C., Napolitano and Pistole met "New Jersey's senior Senator, Frank Lautenberg, who this week was named chairman the Senate Homeland Security Appropriation's Subcommittee, replacing the late Sen. Robert Byrd. Lautenberg has accused homeland security officials neglecting ground-based transportation favor airline security. 
But today, Lautenberg's office released statement saying that today's event was, 'an important step forward.' Napolitano and Pistole also said they looked forward meeting with the senator." 

The (7/2, Nussbaum) reports the station Philadelphia "looked like armed camp -or airport the vast departure hall was filled with TSA officers, canine officers with their bomb-sniffing dogs, Amtrak police with body armor and semiautomatic rifles, Homeland Security police, and Philadelphia police. Napolitano "said Amtrak and federal law enforcement agencies had created new information-sharing capability make easier spread the word about possible terrorist activities. And, involve the traveling public the effort, her department borrowed the slogan that has been used New York City's transit agency for years." 
WHYY-FM Philadelphia (7/2, MacDonald) reports its website that Napolitano also stopped Philadelphia's 30th Street Station "enlist help from passengers." WCAU-TV Philadelphia (7/1, 6:24 p.m. EDT) and WPVl-TV Philadelphia each 
aired brief reports Napolitano's stop the city. 
ALLEN: ALEX HAS "SIGNIFICANTLY HAMPERED" SKIMMING OPERATIONS. The Post (7/2, Sonmez) reports its website that Allen said Thursday that Hurricane Alex has "significantly hampered" skimming operations, and that officials were essentially waiting for the weather abate can move with recovery operations. Allen "said there certain date for skimming resume but that 'it will weather-based.'" The (7/2) reports, "Oil clean-up crews have their work cut out for them Pensacola Beach, Florida where days rough surf washed more oil. Meanwhiie, newly retired Admiral Thad Allen was dressed civilian clothes Thursday transitioned from the 
Coast Guard senior executive Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano's staff." 

The Los Times (7/2, Fausset, Hennessy-Fiske) reports, "Lingering high seas from Hurricane Alex continued 
thwart gulf oil cleanup efforts Thursday, idling all skimming boats from Louisiana the Florida Panhandle for third consecutive day." Despite being downgraded tropical storm Thursday, Alex "continued cause trouble far the east, delivering waves high feet that have made skimming operations impossible." 

CNN (7/2), meanwhile, reports its website early this morning that with "former Hurricane Alex having "lost nearly all its punch, many the Gulf states were hoping that Friday would the day that they could get back cleaning the massive oil spill." 
Alex Pushes Oii into Louisiana Marshes. 
CNN's Anderson 360 (7/1, 10:22 p.m. EDT) reported, "Hours after 12foot waves from Hurricane Alex eased, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal heads out survey the damage. The governor doesn't like what sees ... After days winds from Alex pushing oil toward [Grand Terre Island] and the rest the Gulf Coast, the governor says oil now even deeper into the marshy grass. The oil, says, killing the baby fish, along with the mangroves where they mature. 
Allen Expresses Confidence Relief Wells. The Hill (7/2, Geman, reports incident commander Adm. Thad Allen 
expressed confidence Thursday "that 'relief wells' drilling end the leak will prove effective. Allen said relief wells 
"are familiar operation for oil companies --unlike the other ad-hoc efforts cap BP's blown-out Gulf Mexico well." 
Allen said, "Relief wells are things that these companies have done before, not just but all the companies. The 
methods they are using, the technologies they are using, has all been proven." 
High Temperatures Slow Progress Cleanup Crews. The Los 
Times (7/2, Sahagun, Times, n6K) has 
feature oil spill cleanup crews. Workers "are sealed inside protective uniforms that zip the neck, and "when the 
heat index hits triple digits --an easy thing monsoon season --BP safety rules require that cleanup crews 
alternate between minutes hard labor and minutes cooling off and hydrating under shady tarps. That routine 
hasn't won the crew much sympathy --or thanks. 
011 Entering GuH Seafood Chain. 

(7/2, Pender) reports University Southern Mississippi and Tulane University scientists "have spotted the first indications oil entering the Gulf seafood chain --in crab larvae --and one expert warns the effect fisheries could last 'years, probably not matter months' and affect many species." The researchers "have found droplets oil the larvae blue crabs and fiddler crabs sampled from Louisiana Pensacola, Fla." 
Oil Splll Impacts Chesapeake Bay Oyster Industry. The 
Post (7/2, Fahrenthold, 684K) has report 
how the Gulf Mexico oil spill impacting Chesapeake Bay oyster shuckers. Though "the nearest glob leaked oil more than 800 miles away," the Chesapeake Bay industry has been importing oysters "since the 1970s, when the Chesapeake's famous oyster harvest was starting decline." 
Sale "Formaldehyde-Consumed" Trailers Oil Spill Responders Criticized. Thursday's front page New York Times article reporting the "return" FEMA trailers the Gulf Coast receiving significant follow-up coverage from national and regional press. The Times reported that "more than 20" trailers, which have been found contain high levels formaldehyde and have been banned from long-term use the government, have been sold disaster 

contracting firm Alpha cleanup workers responding the oil spill. The story received especially heavy coverage from CNN, who noted the trailer sales least three segments yesterday. 
CNN's Newsroom (7/1, 10:53 a.m. EDT, Phillips) reported, "Kudos The New York Times for exposing the latest outrage 
within the oil disaster. Apparently, the formaldehyde-consumed trailers are now being sold clean-up workers and companies the Gulf they either have place live house that their wives and children can stay they can all visit after work. have already talked about the health risks involved with cleaning this oil spill. Now some our workers are living trailers exposed chemical that can cause nasal cancer and respiratory problems." The trailer 
sales were also noted during panel discussion CNN's John 
(7/1 7:42 p.m. EDT), with King saying the 
story "hits the outrage meter pretty far the total. cleanup workers "stunning the one hand, but not surprising." Markey said it's "absolutely preposterous that workers who are asked out clean toxic materials are then going home trailers, toxic trailers loaded with formaldehyde that are not fit for human habitation. But, again, unfortunately, fits into the very pattern which has begun days ago and continues until today. 
The New York Times (7/2, A18, Urbina) reports Mississippi Rep. Bennie Thompson, the chairman the House Committee Homeland Security, calling for investigation into the sales. letter Attorney General Eric Holder, Thompson, Democrat who was one the most vocal opponents the public sale the trailers, also demanded that the General Services Administration and FEMA provide documents July indicating how each agency has enforced the legally binding requirements the buyers the trailers." 
According the Jackson (7/1, Berry), the letter, which was also addressed FEMA Administrator Fugate and GSA Administrator Martha Johnson, said, "Clearly your effort prevent the resale these trailers for human habitation have failed. simply irresponsible for our federal government allow this continue happen. The New 

(7/1), NPR's (7/1, Neuman) "The Two-Way" blog, AOL News (7/1), and Mother Jones (7/1, 
Sheppard) also covered the story. 
MEXICO BEARS BRUNT ALEX TEXAS SEES LITTLE DAMAGE. The (7/2, Weber, Sherman) reports from Brownsville, Texas, where "shelters emptied and flooded streets receded Thursday after Hurricane Alex swiped Texas and let the Rio Grande Valley escape with mostly mild test tun barely month into the Atlantic hurricane season." Alex "weakened" tropical storm early yesterday, bringing heavy rain "much northeastern Mexico and "paralyzing the major city Monterrey. Texas, meanwhile, was "spared ... with little more than soaking thunderstorms." reports "no injuries major damage were reported" the state, and pumps sucked out high water only few remaining areas Thursday morning. 
storm "raked" the region "with damaging winds and heavy rains, knocking out power thousands homes and causing 
Channel (7/2, Avery) reports early this morning that "with winds longer issue, the main threat from Alex's remnants are now heavy rainfall." The Weather Channel reports "an additional two four inches rainfall possible parts southern Texas, with locally heavier amounts possible." Such precipitation would "lead flash flooding and mudslides, with the greatest threats being the mountains." Meanwhile, "there still the outside chance isolated tornado two South Texas association with Alex's remnants." 
Texas-based news outlets typically describe Alex's impact the side the border being relatively mild. KRIV-TV Houston (7/1 Carey), for example, reported Alex "took lives Mexico, but daylight returned Thursday morning, appeared southeast Texas avoided the worst it." 

news that Hurricane Alex had left South Padre Island largely unscathed, despite alarming predictions the storm's severity earlier this week. The hurricane, which made landfall late Wednesday roughly 100 miles south the Mexican coast, brought with heavy rains and strong winds that closed the Queen Isabella Memorial Bridge. Still, the storm failed cause any serious damage Island homes businesses, officials here said Thursday. 

(7/2) reports FEMA's "staging area Seguin will likely closing down the next 
few days. Garrison Martin, federal staging manager, said that most the supplies gathered anticipation Hurricane Alex will not needed along the South Texas border." Martin said his team "in the process demobilizing and sending all back." 

The American Statesman (7/1 Ward) reported, "With nasty weather waning, state emergency management chief Nim Kidd says Texas this afternoon will start winding down its disaster-relief efforts South Texas for Hurricane Alex. Speaking reporters few minutes ago Omni Hotel briefing Austin with Gov. Rick Perry, Kidd said some first-responders could begin returning their bases this afternoon. expects that most the state response Alex more than 100 buses, ambulances, trucks, aircraft, rescue personnel and disaster teams, among others -will withdrawn late tomorrow, long local officials longer need their help."  
FOUR COAST GUARD PETTY OFFICERS CHARGED SAN DIEGO BAY INCIDENT. The (7/2,
pagat) reports, "The Coast Guard filed criminal charges Thursday against four petty officers who were patrol boat that slammed into civilian craft during Christmas parade San Diego Bay, killing 8-year-old boy and injuring five others. The four 
punishable several years prison upon conviction military court." The Los (7/2) also cover the development.  
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DATE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 2010 8:00 EST 
TODAY'S TABLE CONTENTS 
LEADING THE NEWS: Fugitive Operations Team California's Orange County Profiled. 
OPERATIONAL NEWS: 
Serbian Immigrant Deported After Serving Federal Sentence. 
Previously Deported Man Sentenced Illinois. 
Restaurant Owner Charged With Harboring And Concealing Illegals. 
Man Accused Pimping Honduran Minors Denied Bond. 

POLICY AND ISSUES NEWS: 
Haitian Nationals Line Apply For TPS. 
Chaffetz Pushes Resolution Opposing Path Citizenship For Illegals The US. BRIEF: 
Man Suspected New Jersey Burglary Ring Under ICE Detainer. 
Man Held For ICE After Muffler Leads Discovery Cocaine, Fake Documents. 
Men Arrested Drug Charges Oregon Under ICE Hold. 
Suspected Drug Supplier Under ICE Hold. 
ICE Assistance Kansas Drug-Trafficking Investigation Noted. 
ICE Investigating Legal Status Massage Parlor Worker. 

TOP OHS NEWS: 
US, Europe Agree Accelerate Work Aviation Security Strategy. 
+White House Launching New Search For TSA Nominee. 
DOJ Defends Handling Abdulmutallab Case. 
+Terrorism Seen "Creeping Back" Into Politics Amid Rising Public Concerns. 
India Issues Terror Alert Over Hijack Plot. 
Teen's Jewish Prayer Prompts Diversion Plane Philadelphia. 
+White House Carefully Managing Communications Haiti Relief Effort. 

FUGITIVE OPERATIONS TEAM CALIFORNIA'S ORANGE COUNTY PROFILED. 1,300-word article, the 

(1/22, Carcamo) follows the efforts ICE Fugitive Operations Team Orange County, saying they "offered glimpse into the team's day-to-day immigration enforcement actions the wake the President Obama's revamped focus going after the 'worst the worst' the country illegally. last year, ICE head John Morton announced the agency's goals target those the country illegally with criminal records and standing deportation orders." Noting that such operations not discriminate socio-economic status, the Register quotes Robert Naranjo, assistant field officer director for the agency's Los Angeles Office Detention and Removal Operations, who said officers "Robert Naranjo, assistant field officer director for the agency's Los Angeles Office Detention and Removal Operations, who said officers "follow leads and where the leads take us." 
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Diedrich) reported that ICE says Serbian immigrant Nedjo lkonic was removed from the this week after finishing his Federal sentence for "lying immigration forms about what did during the Bosnian war." "is wanted Bos_nian prosecutors, who allege committed genocide when commanded police unit near Srebrenica during the 1995 massacre, according warrant. DHS Assistant Secretary for ICE John Morton said his agency "will not allow the United States safe haven for those who are hiding from prosecution and punishment for the crimes they have committed elsewhere. 

sentencing Mexican national Cesar Hernandez-Escalante "to months' imprisonmenr after pleading guilty "to the charges illegal reentry into the United States after having been removed and transporting illegal alien for financial gain." After having been previously removed, Hernandez-Escalante "was caught Interstate deputy from the Effingham Sheriff's Department who stopped the vehicle was driving for having too many passengers." His "case was investigated the Effingham County Sheriff's Department and the Department Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and was prosecuted Assistant Attorney Michael Carr." 

(1/22) reports Ramon Ornelas, "owner eight Casa Fiesta restaurants, facing "charges stemming from July 2008 raids federal agencies. OHS Assistant Secretary for ICE John Morton said the charges, including eight counts harboring and concealing illegal aliens, "represent (US Immigration and Customs Enforcement)'s firm commitment holding employers accountable for brazenly ignoring immigration laws relates their work force. All those arrested resulting from the July 23, 2008, raids "have either been deported will be," according ICE spokesman Khaalid Walls. 

reported that bond was denied Wednesday for Beleal Garcia Gonzalez, who "accused pimping three Honduran minors recoup money allegedly spent smuggling them into the country." Judge Peter Ormsby finding that Garcia "posed significant flight risk and danger the community came "despite defense efforts characterize" him "as loving father and businessman who built successful nightclub after arriving from Mexico. Noting that Garcia's arrest ICE agents came after the rescue the girls, the Monitor quotes ICE Special Agent Anson Luna, who said, "They were approached their home country couple and promised better life working restaurant the United States. 

HAITIAN NATIONALS LINE APPLY FOR TPS. The South Florida Sun-Sentinel (1/22, Campbell, Olmeda) 
reports the efforts Haitians South Florida yesterday "to among the first from their country apply for 
Temporary Protected Status." The designation, granted OHS last Friday, "will allow undocumented Haitians living the United States before the earthquake hit work the country legally for months. 
The Latin American Herald Tribune /EFE (1/22, Pena) reports CIS spokeswoman Luz lrazabal said the agency "may grant fee waivers 'case-by-case' basis," and "advised Haitian community 'be aware people who unfortunately may try capitalize this tragedy deceive them."' 
Clinton: Will Repatriate Haitians Who Illegally Enter US. AFP (1/22) reports Secretary Clinton told reporters 
yesterday that the "will enforce its own laws and repatriate any Haitians who illegally enter territory while fleeing 
quake-hit Haiti." Said Clinton, "Ordinary and regular immigration laws will apply going forward, which means are not 
going accepting into the Haitians who are attempting make our shores. 
Haitian Orphans Receive Life-Saving Care Florida. The Miami Herald (1/22, Yanez) reports, "Some 200 injured 
Haitian children --the largest group given passage the without adoptive parents --will travel Florida for life
saving medical care, thanks Miami doctor and Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla. The youngest earthquake victims are bei!lg 
granted humanitarian visas long doctor Haiti deems that the child will die without advanced medical care," 
Nelson had requested Secretary Napolitano earlier this week. The Herald adds that the Miami doctor, Barth Green, 
"has emerged key player the efforts save injured Haitians. 
The South Florida Sun-Sentinel (1/22, Gibson) reports Nelson said the group "children have treatable injuries but likely would die because lack equipment specialized care Haiti. 'We must help the most vulnerable among us, and that includes our neighbors Haiti where children are dire need right now,' Nelson said." 

All But Children Brought Pittsburgh With Adoptive Fam/lies. The Fabregas, Wereschagin) reports the sisters who ran the orphanage from which Haitian children have been brought Pittsburgh have "given adoptive families all but the children they refused leave the ruins Haiti. Those children "will remain humanitarian parole --a refugee status Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano granted -until adoption. Each child will become U.S. citizen 'the moment (their) adoption finalized,'" according CIS spokesman Chris Bentley. 
The 
Science Monitor (1/22, Jonsson) reports, "The image Haitian children arriving the arms new 
parents part massive outpouring concern. However, as rough conditions Haiti raises pressure authorities airlift the children out, the disaster also exposes complicated moral, ethical, and even political conundrum about how measure traumatized child's real needs the midst widespread destruction and loss life." 
Diaspora Seen Means Aiding Haitian Post (1/22, 684K) op-ed, Elliott Abrams, senior fellow for 
Middle Eastern studies the Council Foreign Relations, says the and other donor nations "must increase aid but also allow Haitians help themselves, and there way they can that sitting devastated nation. substantial number Haitians must allowed move richer countries --including ours." Stating that TPS status for Haitian nationals not enough, Abrams criticizes Napolitano's statement that Haitians attempting leave the island now "will only bring more hardship the Haitian people and nation." 
CHAFFETZ PUSHES RESOLUTION OPPOSING PATH CITIZENSHIP FOR ILLEGALS THE US. The Salt Lake Tribune (1/22, Canham) reports that with lawmakers "attempting define" the immigration reform debate "in anticipation that Congress may take the highly volatile issue this year," Rep. Jason Chaffetz leading a group freshman Republicans and moderate Democrats who support resolution that says any reform proposal must not include way for undocumented immigrants gain legal status. The resolution supported Republicans and Democrats also calls for bolstered border protection and new requirement for all employers verify the immigration status their workers using the federal E-Verify program." "calls the resolution bipartisan way reform the immigration system, but doubtful that members the Congressional Hispanic Caucus would feel the same way. 

cities hold illegal aliens cut costs and help increase enforcement. His resolution calls for Congress follow three main components addresses immigration reform: reject any amnesty for illegal immigrants now the country; beef resources secure the border; and require all employers use E-Verify ensure that their workers are the country legally. Brief: 
MAN SUSPECTED NEW JERSEY BURGLARY RING UNDER ICE DETAINER. The 
Park Press (1/22, Sahn) 
reports the arrest Union County man who police "say operated burglary ring, using juveniles help him steal from homes Monmouth and Somerset counties." Police believe the Honduran national, thought th_e illegally, "uses aliases, including Joeys Sebastian Cruz, Jorge Luna, Joeys Sebastian Cruz Morales, Manuel Gomez, and Jorge 
Armondo Vadladares Luna. ICE "has issued no-bail immigration detainer for him, pending the outcome their 
investigation." The Newark 
Green (1/22) also cover the case. 
MAN HELD FOR ICE AFTER MUFFLER LEADS DISCOVERY COCAINE, FAKE DOCUMENTS. The 

Herald (1/22) reports, loud muffler led the arrest man possession cocaine and fake Social Security 
cards, Round Lake Park police said. Police Chief George Filenko said Martin Alvarez, 33, the 500 block Laurel Court Round lake Beach, was being held the lake County jail Thursday for Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials. 
MEN ARRESTED DRUG CHARGES OREGON UNDER ICE HOLD. The East 
(1/22, Mills) reports, 
"The Blue Mountain Enforcement Narcotics Team (BENT) arrested two Hermiston-area men Wednesday after investigation led the seizure nearly 100 grams crystal methamphetamine and over $8,600 cash." Humberto Gorrozquieta Andrade and Caitlahuac Andres Guerra-Paniagua are both "lodged the Umatilla County Jail and currently have Immigration and Customs Enforcement holds placed them." 

man Miguel Hernandez-Cabanas, believed mid-level drug supplier," has been arrested "after attempted sell large amount methamphetamine undercover agents, according press released issued the Bartow County Sheriff's Office." The Standard adds that "is currently the Bartow County Jail and also being held with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainer." 

ICE ASSISTANCE KANSAS DRUG-TRAFFICKING INVESTIGATION NOTED. 
The Wichita (1/22, Potter) reports, A three-year drug-trafficking investigation including federal agencies has led the arrests people living near Arkansas City, authorities said Thursday. far, least people have been charged result the investigation, which involved about local, state and federal agencies." The Eagle notes ICE's assistance the case. 
ICE INVESTIGATING LEGAL STATUS MASSAGE PARLOR WORKER. The (1/22, Brudereck) 

from terrorism." NBC's Show (1/21, 7:18 a.m. EST) said brief report that Napolitano's presence Spain was meet "with officials abo1,.1t boosting airport security there with full body scanners." 
AFP (1/22, Spillmann) reports Spanish Interior Minister Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba, whose country holds the rotating 
presidency the EU, "said the European Commission was carrying out the studies into the scanners' effectiveness and possible impacts health and privacy," after which officials would decide their use. "Napolitano said the was not seeking impose decision the bloc but she defended the effectiveness the devices." AFP (1/22) reports runs report the opportunities that tightened security may hold for Smiths Detection, German firm that produces airport security systems. 
Irish Official Says Back Use Body Scanners. Irish Times (1/22, Michael) reports Irish Minister for Justice Dermot Ahern said Spain yesterday that "he supported the introduction full-body scanners Irish airports." also said the meeting that officials "need fast track exchange information which can play very important role defeating international terrorism. Law-abiding citizens have nothing fear from increased information exchange, particularly internally the EU, and better scanning devices and technology." 
WHITE HOUSE LAUNCHING NEW SEARCH FOR TSANOMINEE. The Wall Street Journal (1/22, Simpson) reports the 
Administration launching news search for nominee head the TSA following the withdrawal earlier this week 

Erroll Southers. Focusing much its article the aviation security issues facing the leaderless agency, the Journal 
quotes former OHS Clark Kent Ervin calling heck time for this happen, given that TSA has already been 
rocked onto its heels string incidents." 

Southers: Was "Right Man With The Right Qua/ff/cations." Appearing last night MSNBC's Rachel Maddow Show (1/21, 9:33 p.m. EST), Southers said believed had been "the right man ith the right qualifications. had very interesting and productive conversations with Secretary Napolitano about moving forward. believe could have developed the TSA, maturing organization, into the best transportation security organization the world." 
DOJ DEFENDS HANDLING ABDULMUTALLAB CASE. The (1/22) reports that "under growing criticism from Capitol Hill," the Justice Department yesterday "defended its decision interrogate and arrest the suspected Christmas Day bomber," Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, criminal rather than enemy combatant, saying got actionable intelligence from him and would continue so" even faces trial. statement, DOJ spokesman Matthew Miller said, "Those who now argue that different action should have been taken this case were notably silent when dozens terrorists were successfully prosecuted federal court the previous administration." 

Reuters (1/22, Pelofsky) says the statement followed increasing attacks Republican lawmakers, who were particularly angered revelations Wednesday top officials, including Director National Intelligence Dennis Blair, National Counterterrorism Center Director Michael Leiter and OHS Secretary Janet Napolitano, that they were not consulted where prosecute Abdulmutallab. 
Politico (1/22, Gerstein, 25K), meanwhile, notes that Democrats "have been less vocal the issue," though Senate Intelligence Committee Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein joined Vice Chairman Sen. Kit Bond statement "calling 'failure' that there was process place allowing national security officials consider the option interrogating him military custody." The (1/22) also reports briefly the statement issues Feinstein and Bond. 

HIG Not Expected Operational For Several Months. The Wall Street Journal (1/22, AS, Perez, Gorman, 2.0BM) 
reports that the head the new High-Value Detainee Interrogation Group, HIG, said yesterday interview that will several months before the program will firmly established. Andrew McCabe, veteran FBI counterterrorism investigator who leading the new program also said the teams "will not have different tools from anyone else." editorial, the Wall Street Journal (1/22, 2.08M) notes that during Senate testimony yesterday, Director National Intelligence Dennis Blair said the FBI should have used HIG team interrogate Abdulmutallab. According the Journal, Blair's testimony was later disputed Administration official, and issued statement saying his comments had been "misconstrued." The Journal, however, says Blair was right making the assertion. 
TERRORISM SEEN "CREEPING BACK" INTO POLITICS AMID RISING PUBLIC CONCERNS. The (1/22, Feller) 
reports that "terrorism creeping back the forefront the American mindset, creating election-year issue for 
emboldened Republicans and forcing President Barack Obama reassert himself after wobbly period homeland 
protection." According new AP-GfK poll, "public concern about terrorism its highest levels months." But "more 
than half people, percent, approve Obama's handling terrorism. Still, the notes that Republicans 
"traditionally claim security political strong suit, and recent events," including the failed Christmas Day attack, "have 
not helped the party power." 
INDIA ISSUES TERROR ALERT OVER HIJACK PLOT. The (1/22, George) reports airports India are "on high alert Friday after intelligence services received information that Qaeda-linked militants were plotting hijack plane." Aviation spokeswoman Moushumi Chakravarty "said that the airports were placed alert Thursday after the government received warnings from the intelligence agencies. Chakravarty also confirmed media reports that said intelligence officials had uncovered plot militants linked Qaeda and the Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba group hijack Air India Indian Airlines flight destined for neighboring South Asian country. 
TEEN'S JEWISH PRAYER PROMPTS DIVERSION PLANE PHILADELPHIA. The (1/22, Matheson) reports Airways Express Flight 3079 from New York's LaGuardia Louisville, Kentucky, experienced scare yesterday when Jewish teenager "pulled out set small boxes containing holy scrolls, leading the captain divert the flight Philadelphia, where the commuter plane was greeted police, bomb-sniffing dog" and officials from the FBI and TSA. FBI spokesman J.J. Klaver said the 17-year-old's use tefillin boxes was "something that the average person not going see very often, ever." 

(1/22, O'Reilly, Steele, Loyd) reports, "Nathan Diamant, public-policy director for the Union 
Orthodox Congregations America, challenged the FBl's assertion that the 'average person' cannot expected recognize tefillin. 'They've appeared all kinds photographs and movies and TV,' Diamant said," although added that "he understood the airline's caution." 
The Louisville Courier-Journal (1/22, Quay, Halladay) reports the 17-year-old, Caleb Leibowitz, "explained the ritual after being questioned crew members the flight, which had left LaGuardia around 7:30 a.m. for Louisville, authorities said. But officials with Chautauqua Airlines, which operated the flight, said crew members 'did not receive clear response' when they talked with the teen, prompting their decision" divert. 
The New York Times (1/22, A20, Barron) reports that while relatively common sight" for some New Yorkers, the prayer ritual "looked ominous," flight attendant, "as the young man were wrapping himself cables wires. And time when in-flight thinking colored the brutal knowledge that passengers have hidden bombs underwear shoes, she told the officers the cockpit. 

News (1/22, Keane, Schlangenstein) reports FBI spokesman Paul Bresson said e-mail that this was 'not terrorism even criminal incident. The TSA "said e-mailed statement that was notified about the passenger minutes" prior the plane's landing Philadelphia. The Wall Street Journal (1/22, Loftus, Miller) reports TSA spokeswoman said the agency had been notified disruptive passenger" prior the flight's diversion, and that nothing