Monday, October 29, 2007

Mexican terrorists claim responsibility for CA wildfires

ORANGE COUNTY, California (CNN) -- Radical Hispanic separatist organization MEChA ("Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan") is taking responsibility for setting the wildfires in California, confimed Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

California officials received a letter earlier today containing photographs of individuals holding Molotov cocktails, then throwing them into dry brush. The faces of the individuals appeared to have been digitally distorted.

Also included was a rambling manifesto, stating that the reason for the act of arson was that "Aztlán belongs to indigenous people, the Chicanas and Chicanos of Aztlán. We are sovereign and not subject to a foreign culture."

Orange County Fire Battalion Chief Kris Concepcion told CNN that the pattern of wildfires definitely indicates arson.

"The reason we think it is [arson] is because we found multiple points of origin," Concepcion said. "... Our investigators have confirmed that this is, in fact, arson."

Concepcion said evidence indicated the arsonists wanted the fire to grow rapidly.

A $70,000 reward is being offered for any information leading to the arrest of those responsible for setting the fire. No suspects have been identified, though they are probably brown.

The state established a toll-free arson tip line at 800-540-7085. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger said anyone convicted of arson would be dealt with harshly.

Well this is interesting. It will be difficult for the MSM to suppress this with the governor's office confirming it and all.

Here's my prediction. California law enforcement along with all the federal alphabet soup agencies involved in the arson investigation will quickly conclude that the tape is a hoax and that there is no terrorist connection to the fires (foreign or domestic).

Because otherwise they would have to admit that open borders are at least indirectly responsible for the fires.

P.S. Do I get any points for not titling this post, "Beaners build big blaze"?


It appears that the website linked to here is a fake and the story is a hoax.