Clarence The Angel Detained For Entering U.S. Illegally
Michelle Malkin is busy this holiday toting up crimes commited by illegal aliens, much like St. Nick’s list of Who’s Naughty and Who’s Nice, except on Michelle’s roster everybody is naughty, and rather than a lump of coal in their stocking, they get a taser to the scrotum from Herbie, the Misfit ICE agent.
But it’s a big job (Santa is certainly showing his age) and if Michelle were to buckle beneath the strain and begin to display signs of premature aging — graying hair, sharply etched nasal-labial folds, a penchant for filling the bathroom sink with the blood of virgins and taking a quick whore’s bath before setting out on another exhausting day of stalking, it would seriously reduce her value as College Republican stroke material (and let’s face it, Ben Shapiro’s not as young as he used to be either, and can’t be expected to carry the whole load himself).
So I thought, in the spirit of giving, I’d pitch in and help by offering upthis article:
PHOENIX — A 9-year-old boy looking for help after his mother crashed their van in the southern Arizona desert was rescued by a man entering the U.S. illegally, who stayed with him until help arrived the next day, an official said.
The 45-year-old woman, who eventually died while awaiting help, had been driving on a U.S. Forest Service road in a remote area just north of the Mexican border when she lost control of her van on a curve on Thanksgiving, Sheriff Tony Estrada said.
The van vaulted into a canyon and landed 300 feet from the road, he said. The woman, from Rimrock, north of Phoenix, survived the impact but was pinned inside, Estrada said.
Her son, unhurt but disoriented, crawled out to get help and was found about two hours later by Jesus Manuel Cordova, 26, of Magdalena de Kino in the northern Mexican state of Sonora. Unable to pull the mother out, he comforted the boy while they waited for help.
The woman died a short time later.
“He stayed with him, told him that everything was going to be all right,” Estrada said.
As temperatures dropped, he gave him a jacket, built a bonfire and stayed with him until about 8 a.m. Friday, when hunters passed by and called authorities, Estrada said. The boy was flown to University Medical Center in Tucson as a precaution but appeared unhurt.
Cordova was taken into custody by Border Patrol agents, who were the first to respond to the call for help. He had been trying to walk into the U.S. when he came across the boy.
The boy and his mother were in the area camping, Estrada said. The woman’s husband, the boy’s father, had died only two months ago. The names of the woman and her son were not being released until relatives were notified.
I first read this story in The Honolulu Advertiser, which — for whatever reason — omitted these concluding paragraphs:
Cordova likely saved the boy, Estrada said, and his actions should remind people not to quickly characterize illegal immigrants as criminals.
“They do get demonized for a lot of reasons, and they do a lot of good. Obviously this is one example of what an individual can do,” he said.
I certainly don’t claim that one story of an undocumented good Samaritan cancels out Michelle’s peer-reviewed studies of Mexican serial killers blanketing the Western States like thundering herds of bison. Nor does it solve the problem of immigrants who enter the country illegally to hand-pick crops, thus putting out of work millions of white college boys who can’t find summer employment, and are forced to abandon their ancestral frats and migrate like Okies to Ft. Lauderdale. (“Wherever there’s a girl flashing her boobs for beads, I’ll be there. Wherever there’s a yard-long brew and a wet T-shirt contest, I’ll be there…”)
Anyway, I hope this helps to beef up Michelle’s Holiday Cornacopia of Evil Illegals Anecdotes, and saves her the embarrassment of having to offshore the data entry work to the Phillipines.
Posted by scott on Saturday, November 24th, 2007 at 3:20 pm.
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