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Wednesday, October 06, 2010

#tcot #news About Time--Mexico Launches Helicopter Search of Falcon Lake for David Hartley's Body

It's about time Mexico starts helping in the search. Whether they believe her story or not, an American man is missing and most likely dead due to drug cartel controlling this area. Mexico is letting these 'pirates' control the area and instead of trying to defeat them and remove them from the area they are just warning people to stay away.



Sounds like the Obama administration in Arizona posting signs on our National Parks to beware of illegals,smugglers, etc. rather than providing the proper enforcement to secure our borders. In the meantime, the DHS and ICE reported deporting the most criminal illegal immigrants this past year, [see: http://washingtonindependent.com/99848/dhs-touts-record-immigration-enforcement]but they fail to mention how much it is costing taxpayers to deport them and fly them back to Mexico, where they most likely will end up coming back into the US because our borders aren't secure.

Amplify’d from abcnews.go.com

Mexico Launches Helicopter Search of Falcon Lake for David Hartley's Body



Hartley's Widow Denies Suggestion By Mexican Officials She Made Up Murder Story



Mexican authorities have launched a search using boats and helicopters for the body of an American who was allegedly killed by Mexican pirates on a lake bordering the two countries.


The Mexican promise of help in the search for the body of David Hartley came after Mexican law enforcement officials cast doubt on the story by Hartley's wife that he was killed by gunmen on the Mexican side of Falcon Lake which lies between the two countries.


It also came after Texas Gov. Rick Perry asked Mexican President Filipe Calderon to call him with assurances that Mexican authorities are searching for Hartley's body.


Perry said that he hopes to hear from Calderon "within the next 48 hours, that the body has been retrieved. If not, we're not looking hard enough."


The Mexican Foreign Relations Ministry today said the country "is committed to the investigation of those acts." It added that Mexican authorities have "stepped up their actions with the support of specialized personnel, boats and helicopters."


Hartley's widow Tiffany defended herself earlier today on "Good Morning America" against Mexican law enforcement officials who suggested they doubted her story that her husband was shot dead while they on Jet Skis on the Mexican side of the lake. Mexican police said there is no evidence of a crime as described by Tiffany Hartley.

"It's hard just to hear it," she told "Good Morning America." "But I can see it from their point of view. I can understand why they might think that, but it's not true. ... I would never even think about hurting my husband.


"I loved him," she said.


Hartley told police the pirates shot her husband in the head. The 30-year-old man's body has not been recovered.


U.S. officials said they're prohibited from entering Mexican waters to search for his body.

David Hartley's mother, Pam Hartley, has issued a public plea to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, asking for aid in bringing her son's body home.


"He needs to come home and we're begging the Mexican government, the governor of Texas, President Obama," the man's mother, Pam Hartley, told "Good Morning America" Tuesday.


"To Hillary -- mother to mother -- help me bring my son home, please," she said, crying. "She's a mother, she would know."


Dennis Hartley has said Mexican police aren't doing enough to find his son's body. On Tuesday he told The Associated Press that he believed the Mexican authorities were being paid off by drug cartels.

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