Squatters Fatima Cardoso and Julio Ortiz

NEW PORT RICHEY, FL (WFLA) – When soldier Michael Sharkey was deployed to Afghanistan two years ago, he asked a friend to watch over his New Port Richey house. Sharkey and his wife are now living in Hawaii where he is currently stationed. They plan to move back into their New Port Richey home someday. But, right now they are fighting to get their house back.

They say strangers broke in, changed the locks, moved in and they refuse to leave.

“I want the people out,” said Sharkey. “They’re criminals living in my house.”

Sharkey was shocked to find out that the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office says it can’t do anything about the squatters.

Here’s where it gets complicated.

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Somalis are notorious for lying and pulling shit and I just think that there is more to this story. I smell a scam.

I don’t believe this teen was ever in the wheel-well of the plane.  No one saw him exit the wheel-well either. Could he have stowed in the plane’s cargo hold? Sure. Pets are transported in these cargo holds along with passenger luggage.  Such a hold is pressurized and heated.  Easily survivable.  Anyway, certainly more leg room than Coach…

Looking at the picture of the teen on the stretcher, he looks pretty darn clean for someone who allegedly stowed away in a dirty, greasy wheel-well and miraculously survived without losing his limbs from frostbite or his heartbeat from lack of oxygen.

I think a complicit departure airport worker helped him hide in the cargo hold… and that’s how he survived unscathed.

Either this teen wanted a free ride home to Somalia… or he wants relatives in Somalia brought to the U.S.  Out of public sympathy for his story and on our dime.

Regardless of his intentions…

Very soon, thanks to do-gooders, the media, and bleeding hearts, this kid and his family stand to benefit.  They’ll have their bank accounts filled, their public assistance paper work expedited, immigration paper work bent, and potential book or interview deals offered. Offers of private and public assistance will accrue. With no criminal charges filed, the gravy train will open its doors wide.

Jorge Avila Torrez

Jurors who will decide whether Jorge Torrez should be executed for killing a sailor in 2009 will hear more evidence Wednesday tying him to the stabbing deaths of two young girls in Zion in 2005, brutal killings that were followed by a troubled investigation.

Torrez, 25, who was a Marine when he strangled the sailor in her barracks near the Pentagon, is a “calculating, methodical sexual predator,” prosecutors say.

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More background info

Torrez had grown up in Zion, Illinois, on the shores of Lake Michigan between Chicago and Milwaukee. His parents had emigrated from Mexico. His father worked in a cardboard factory; his mother was a homemaker. Source

For most of her life, Jessie Nunez has lived in the shadows.

She was 7 when her mother brought her to the U.S. from Mexico. Like hundreds of thousands of other undocumented youth, she feared deportation, so she kept to herself.

Without legal residency, her options narrowed as she aged. She is now 24.

Needing money, she used a fake Social Security number to get a job. Needing to get to the job, she drove without a valid driver’s license.

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In the mean time…

April 22nd 2014 in a room in the House of Congress: Obama’s violent communist comrade Richard Trumka teaches illegal aliens the art of thuggery.

April 22 2014: On a work / school day, parasitic illegal aliens at the White House to protest U.S. immigration laws… that are apparently non-existent or the parasitic illegal aliens wouldn’t be here at all. No one works, kids aren’t in school, but they don’t care because these parasites don’t pay for a gawddamn thing…we do.

And: Invaders call 911 to ‘rescue’ them from stash house.

And: Hayward and those ‘acts of love’

The state ethics commission wants to redefine who’s a journalist and who isn’t when it comes to enforcing Oregon’s public meetings law.

As more and more news goes online, and various bloggers, tweeters and other non-traditional news outlets gain momentum, a once-obvious line has become blurred, said Ron Bersin, executive director of the Oregon Government Ethics Commission. Read More

In the latest of many Obamacare boondoggles, one state’s disastrous health insurance exchange is being abandoned after receiving more than $90 million from American taxpayers, who are also being forced to fund a replacement program that will cost tens of millions of dollars.

It’s an inconceivable fleecing by our own government, hell bent on shoving the president’s hostile takeover of the nation’s healthcare system down our collective throats.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court has upheld Michigan’s ban on using race as a factor in college admissions.

The justices said in a 6-2 ruling Tuesday that Michigan voters had the right to change their state constitution to prohibit public colleges and universities from taking account of race in admissions decisions. The justices said that a lower federal court was wrong to set aside the change as discriminatory.

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No worries. Holder will take care of that racist ruling.

Joe Biden demanded action from Russia to back up their commitment to ease tensions in eastern Ukraine, telling Vladimir Putin to ”stop supporting men hiding behind masks.” Biden, speaking at a joint press conference with acting Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk, also insisted that the US would never recognize Russia’s annexation of Crimea, and warned that more sanctions are on their way unless Putin changes course:

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It may not be tomorrow, but Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) says “something will happen” to force a Nevada rancher to obey a court order to stop grazing his cattle on federal land and pay his grazing fees.

“It’s obvious that you can’t just walk away from this,” Reid said in an April 18 interview with a Nevada’s KSNV-TV News 3 program “What’s Your Point?”

“You can’t have a law that is — we’re a nation of laws, not of men and women,” he said.

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