Gerardo Perez-Ruiz – Victim of Easter Deadly Shooting revealed involving ambush of men dressed in camouflage with riflesFriday, April 13th, 2012
The PIMA COUNTY SHERIFF revealed the name of one of the victims involving the death of two people on Easter Sunday in the State of Arizona.
One of the victims is identified as Gerardo Perez-Ruiz (DOB 11/02/72). Mr. Perez-Ruiz was a Mexican National from San Jose Del Rincon in Toluca, Mexico. The second victim is believed to be Guatemalan. He is still not being identified pending next of kin notification.
The Tequila Party Movement has written an open letter to the DOJ and the FBI seeking an outside investigation involving the death of two men we believe might involve minutemen or vigilantes. The entire letter can be read here.
We are seeking outside investigation with regard to the incident that occurred in the State of Arizona involving an ambush by an unknown number of subjects in camouflage clothing armed with rifles. Shots were fired at the pickup truck at which time two subjects were fatally struck according a PIMA County Sheriff’s report. We believe the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) should conduct a full investigation with regard to the possible militia men gone rogue.
It is imperative for Americans to maintain a strong and good relationship with our soil neighbor of Mexico. We need all the help we can get from the federal government to aid the PIMA COUNTY SHERIFF’s DEPARTMENT in an effort to ensure all resources needed are met. We want to be proactive and maintain good relationships with both Canada and Mexico for the sake of our national security.
It is in our best interest as Americans to maintain a healthy and neighborly relationship as to prevent “real enemies” from entering a side door. We cannot allow possible American minutemen and/or vigilantes to chip away at our healthy existing agreements we have with international communities. As our global competitors currently work on building stronger ties with Mexico, the United States cannot overlook our border neighbor of Mexico that is becoming a rising economic giant.
According to STRATFOR:
U.S. foreign policy emanates from the domestic condition of its society, and nothing will affect its society more than the dramatic movement of Latin history northward. By 2050, as much as a third of the American population could be Hispanic. Mexico and Central America constitute a growing demographic and economic powerhouse with which the United States has an inextricable relationship. In recent years Mexico’s economic growth has outpaced that of its northern neighbor. Mexico’s population of 111 million plus Central America’s of more than 40 million equates to half the population of the United States.
Because of the North American Free Trade Agreement, 85 percent of Mexico’s exports go to the United States, even as half of Central America’s trade is with the United States. While the median age of Americans is nearly 37, demonstrating the aging tendency of the U.S. population, the median age in Mexico is 25, and in Central America it is much lower (20 in Guatemala and Honduras, for example). In part because of young workers moving northward, the destiny of the United States could be north-south, rather than the east-west, sea-to-shining-sea of continental and patriotic myth. (This will be amplified by the scheduled 2014 widening of the Panama Canal, which will open the Greater Caribbean Basin to megaships from East Asia, leading to the further development of Gulf of Mexico port cities in the United States, from Texas to Florida.)
Finally, the death of Brisenia Flores was a wake-up call to the people of Arizona — an incident which involved a murderous act of an innocent child by vigilantes. Shawna Forde, whom a jury convicted last year of murdering nine-year-old Brisenia Flores and her father, Raul Flores, was sentenced to death by an Arizona jury. The court found that Forde led a group of anti-immigrant vigilantes in a March 2009 raid on the Flores home, where they posed as immigration agents and pushed their way through the door. She and her accomplices allegedly shot Raul Flores before turning their guns on Brisenia, who begged not to be shot. Gina Gonzalez, Brisenia’s mother, played dead and survived the attack.
Why is the Tequila Party concerned and why are we seeking an outside investigation?
Because of militia-like minutemen that involves people like JT Ready as seen in this youtube below.