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- Dallas Police Officer Killed -

- By Illegal Mexican Immigrant -

Police Officer Brian Jackson

Illegal Mexican Juan Lizcano

 


 

 

May He Rest In

 Peace

Dallas, Texas, Police Officer

Brian Howard Jackson

 

Honorable

 Dedicated

 Hero

 

 

 

- Dallas, Texas, Police Officer, Brian Jackson -

 

Dallas, Texas, police officer, Brian Jackson, 28, was gunned down Sunday morning, November 13, 2005, at about 3:00am in the 2400 block of Madera Avenue, by the illegal Mexican Immigrant, Juan Lizcano. Dallas Police Chief David Kunkle said officer Jackson had responded to a domestic disturbance in the 2400 block of North Henderson Avenue at about 2:44 a.m. The chief fought back tears as he recounted the shooting incident and said that officer Jackson's co-workers said he "had an excellent reputation. He loved his wife. He loved his job." Jackson and his wife, JoAnn, had been married for just two months. Police Chief David Kunkle says Officer Brian Jackson was pronounced dead at 3:52 a.m. at Baylor Medical Center.

 

Officer Jackson graduated from Portsmouth High School and the University of Rhode Island and previously lived in Middletown, where his parents still reside. He and his longtime girlfriend, JoAnn DeMello, were married on the University of Rhode Island campus in August. Officer Jackson moved to Dallas five years ago; he immediately joined the 3,500 member Dallas Police Force. He served on the "gang unit."

 

As the son of a Navy officer, Brian Howard Jackson grew up on naval bases around the world. His sister, Gina Jackson, an Air Force major, is stationed in Charleston, S.C. Ms. DeMello joined her boyfriend in Dallas and worked as a respiratory therapist. They married in August on the University of Rhode Island campus. After the wedding, Officer Jackson sported a vest, cowboy hat and boots in the style of his adopted state. The newlyweds had just bought a home in Rockwall.

 

Earlier this year, Officer Jackson traveled to Rhode Island to represent the Dallas Police Department at the funeral of a Providence detective who was shot and killed while interviewing a suspect at the police station. "He came because he was proud of our profession," Patrolman Duffy said. "He wanted to give his respects to the family." Now, officers prepare to pay their respects to Officer Jackson's family. Funeral arrangements are pending.

 

 


 

 

A .357 Magnum Pistol

 

Juan

Lizcano

 

The Mexican Flag

Green = Hope

 White = Purity

 Red = Union

 

Illegal Mexican Killer, Juan Lizcano

 

Police identified the suspect as Juan Lizcano, 28. About 45 minutes before Jackson was shot, police said Lizcano threatened his ex-girlfriend, Marta Cruz, and fired a handgun inside a house in the 2400 block of Henderson. Police recovered an empty .357 Magnum handgun at the scene. Lizcano was not injured and surrendered to police after the fatal shooting. Juan Lizcano is being held at the Lew Sterrett Justice Center on charges of capital murder and aggravated assault. Bail was set at $1 million and $25,000, respectively.

 

Sgt. Larry Lewis said he saw Mr. Lizcano before he was jailed. "He appeared very cool and calm and cold. No emotion whatsoever," he said. "I think someone told him [that the officer had been killed] and he just kind of shrugged," Sgt. Lewis said. "I think he was going to shoot anybody that got in his way that night." A friend of Mr. Lizcano, Josť FernŠndez, said he was a good guy but turned violent when he was drunk. He also said he never knew Mr. Lizcano carried a gun. "I loaned him money, and he paid me back," said Mr. FernŠndez.

 

By Sunday evening, neither Lizcano nor his family had sought aid from the Mexican government, said Hugo Juarez, alternate consul of the Mexican Consulate General in Dallas. Juarez said Dallas police had not notified him they had arrested a Mexican citizen on a capital murder charge, which could carry a possible death sentence. It was possible the police had faxed or e-mailed a statement to the consulate, he said. "We have an obligation to interview and help him because he's facing the possibility of death," Juarez said. In similar cases, he said, the Mexican government has a special program for its citizens. "It is our obligation to give him the best possible defense," Juarez said. If convicted, Lizcano could receive the death penalty.

 

See Original Articles

http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/news/city/lakewood/stories/111405dnmetjacksonprofile.6dfdcb1.html

(See also the following article, which states that Juan Lizcano is an illegal immigrant.)

http://cbs11tv.com/localstories/local_story_318132731.html

 

 

 

Comment:

 

Much of the responsibility for Officer Jackson's death must be borne by the U.S. federal government - both past and present administrations. The Republicans have held power in Washington, D.C. for five years now, and nothing has been done about the "illegal immigrant" problem. The Democratic administrations have also done nothing about this problem. The Republicans want the cheap labor and the Democrats want the cheap votes.

 

Brian and JoAnn were just about to start a family; their life together has been destroyed by a hot-headed, drunk, trigger-happy illegal, who should not have been in the country in the first place. A friend of Juan Lizcano, Josť FernŠndez, said, "He was a good guy but turned violent when he was drunk." But how about the thousands who are not good guys, who are violent all of the time -  and there are such types.

 

And then there's the statement made by Sgt. Larry Lewis, who said he saw Mr. Lizcano before he was jailed: "He appeared very cool and calm and cold. No emotion whatsoever," he said. "I think someone told him [that the officer had been killed] and he just kind of shrugged," Sgt. Lewis said. "I think he was going to shoot anybody that got in his way that night." These are the characteristics of a psychopath - how many of them are in our country already?

 

Enough is enough! How many more decent people must die before the public gets angry enough to pressure the politicians to do something. This is just one more example of why multi-culturalism doesn't work. We not only have to stop illegal immigration, we also have to stop legal immigration from third-world countries; we need time to round-up all of the illegals and also the legal criminal types and send them back to where they came from. Vote only for candidates, who pledge to do something about the immigration problem.

 

Yours Faithfully, Liberty

 

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