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Saturday, August 03, 2013

Communist Illegal Immigrant from China Allowed To Deface DC National Monuments

William Gheen, ALIPAC: We have confirmation that the suspect charged with defacing some of our national monuments in Washington, DC, with green paint is a communist illegal alien from China who was allowed to fly and move about the country freely despite her expired visa.

Also, a new GAO report could Defeat Amnesty 2013 as it contains shocking news that a law passed in 2004 requiring our government to track all visa holders exiting America has not been implemented. The report indicates they have lost track of more than 1 million foreigners on American soil! (see article below)

Why did the Obama administration allow someone like this to have a visa? Why was this woman allowed to embark and disembark from planes with an expired visa 12 years after similar illegal immigrants used planes to devastate our nation on 9/11?

Almost half of the illegal immigrants in America are visa overstays whom our government makes almost no effort to track down. China and other nations know this. Also, China usually refuses to take back any illegal aliens from their nation we catch so most are still here! Border Patrol agents report more and more illegals from China, and now the emergency phones they place at the border have instructions in English, Spanish, and Mandarin Chinese to aid illegals in distress.

In the year 2013 we now literally have illegal aliens defacing our national monuments in Washington, DC.

Background Story FoxNews:

WASHINGTON – A woman charged with defacing the Washington National Cathedral had a soda can of green paint with her when she was arrested, and she has been linked to at least four other incidents of vandalism, including at the Lincoln Memorial, according to prosecutors and court documents.

Jia M. Tian, 58, appeared alongside a Mandarin translator on Tuesday in D.C. Superior Court, where a judge ordered her held pending a hearing later this week. Police had previously identified her as Jiamei Tian.

Tian was arrested Monday at the cathedral, where she is accused of using green paint to deface an organ and decorative woodwork in two separate chapels. She's been charged with destroying private property, a crime that carries a maximum 10-year prison sentence.

The cathedral has said the damage to its chapels, including to a gilded wood altarpiece, will cost thousands of dollars to fix.

Authorities believe the green paint vandalism was part of a pattern of similar acts. Green paint was discovered splattered onto the Lincoln Memorial early Friday morning, and symbols were later found painted in green on a statue outside the Smithsonian headquarters on the National Mall.

The woman, who has a Chinese passport, arrived in Washington a few days ago and was traveling on an expired visa, prosecutors said. Police said she had no fixed address but that she told officers she lived in Los Angeles. She refused to give her phone number, email address or home address, police said, and a language barrier complicated initial efforts to interview her.

Prosecutors asked the judge to keep Tian locked up, calling her a flight risk and a danger to the community. Assistant U.S. Attorney Kevin Chambers said there was no way to guarantee her presence at future court appearances without jailing her.

"While that danger to the community is not violent, it is nonetheless serious," he said.

Tian was arrested inside the cathedral's Children's Chapel on Monday afternoon, shortly after the still-wet green paint was discovered there. When a police officer approached her, she walked away and placed the soda can with green paint inside one of three bags that were sitting on chairs in the chapel, documents show. She also had green paint on her clothing, shoes and body, authorities say.

She was wearing a multicolored sock on her right arm, and a similar sock was found in a trash can in a bathroom at the cathedral on top of a can of green paint, according to the documents. The bags placed in the chapel also had cans of green paint in them, police said.

Tian is also suspected of vandalizing a statue of Martin Luther on Thomas Circle in downtown Washington, which was also hit with green paint, prosecutors say.

Following her arrest, a witness contacted police and reported that the woman had been seen attending a service at a church less than a block from Thomas Circle, according to court documents. The witness reported that the woman was carrying three bags with her. After she left, the witness found that a pipe organ in the church had been splattered with white paint, urine and feces, police say.

D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier said Tuesday on a news talk show on NewsChannel 8 that the incidents all appear to be connected. She said Tian has potential "mental health issues" and it's still not clear what inspired the vandalism.

"What the motive is for the incidents, we don't really know," she said. "I guess that will all start to unfold as we go through the courts."

A lawyer for Tian argued that her client could be appropriately dealt with by immigration authorities instead of going to jail, but Chambers disagreed.

"We have her here now," he said. "We want her to answer for these alleged offenses."

Cleanup crews have been working for the past few days to remove the paint from the Lincoln Memorial. An estimated $15,000 in repair work has already begun at the Episcopal cathedral, which serves as the nation's spiritual home and has hosted state funerals and inaugural prayer services.


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