March 14, 2008, - 5:23 pm

Need A Hitman? Illegal Aliens Available for Hire; Thank ICE’s Myers, Torres for Murder of Detroit Couple

By Debbie Schlussel
More evidence that Julie L. Myers a/k/a “The ICE Princess” is still practicing Catch-and-Release with illegal aliens as the incompetent chieftess of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). An illegal alien from El Salvador whom her agents detained and who was ordered deported in February served as a hitman in a suburb near where I live, this week.
Two Salvadorian aliens residing in Texas murdered an older Indian couple living in suburban Detroit, this week. One of them was here legally, the other an illegal alien.
Both traveled to the Detroit area by car and shot to death Brij Chhabra, 65, and his wife Aasha Chhabra, 56, Tuesday Night. Mrs. Chhabra was bedridden with Multiple Sclerosis.

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Brij & Aasha Chhabra Are Dead Because . . .

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. . . ICE’s Julie Myers and John Torres Failed to Deport . . .

(Julie Myers Diet Coke by David Lunde/Lundesigns)

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. . . Hitman Miguel Angel Servando

Miguel Angel Servando, an illegal immigrant, and Nelson Oswaldo Mendoza, were caught, when they were stopped by police in a traffic stop in another Detroit suburb:

The couple was found shot to death in their home Tuesday night. The men were arrested in Taylor after a routine traffic stop when police found paperwork belonging to the couple, a handgun and bloodstains in the car. . . .
“They came from out of state to kill two people in Oakland County,” said Ken Frazee, an assistant prosecutor with Oakland County, after the arraignment.
Mendoza, according to prosecutors, does not have a criminal background. But Servando has been in trouble with the law. In 1999, he was caught illegally smuggling immigrants into the country and, in 2005, he was found in possession of drugs, said Kelly Chard, assistant prosecutor for Oakland County.
In February, she said, he was ordered by a judge to be deported to El Salvador, since he was living in the country illegally.

Julie Myers and her deputy, John P. Torres–who was in charge of deporting Servando (but didn’t do so)–have the blood of the Chhabra’s on their hands. One of their murderers should have been out of the country.
Instead, he was here . . . performing two hits on an innocent couple whose lives he snuffed out.

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23 Responses

Too bad a country that built Hoover Dam in the 20’s can’t built a wall like the Chinese built in ancient times. Excuses is what you get from this president. And a lot of murdered Americans courtesy of our southern neighbor.

samurai on March 14, 2008 at 11:55 pm

Your relentless focus on and ridicule of the ICE princess Julie Myers is shrewd and enlightening.
Thomas Nast kept the same sharp focus on Boss Tweed. Go get ‘em.
“Rage, rage against the dying of the light.”

poetcomic1 on March 15, 2008 at 10:01 am

I love your blogs, Debbie, but why exactly is Torres responsible for Servando not being deported? Did he get involved in this guy’s removal proceedings?

sanantonioins on March 15, 2008 at 6:16 pm

Thanks for not giving Myers a pass on this Debbie.
Myers, Bush and ICE–your hands have so much blood on them because you kiss these illegals’ asses, we should impeach you for treason. It never ends–this couple the latest victim of your selling us out.
At some point the victim will be an American whose death will get the whole country riled up about this illegal infestation.
Does anyone reading this know if there is a website that has a log of crimes committed in our country each day by illegals? Please post the link if there is such.
If not–some one should do like Robert Spencer and David Horowitz with JihadWatch–call it–illegalwatch or squatwatch or something. Catalog the daily carnage and the cost each day of the squatting invaders. Hopefully, we can build some awareness momentum because you know for certain that each presidential candidate–McCain, Hillary or Barak—will surely grant amnesty citizenship rights (gag) on millions who are here illegally. We need to make that a non option at the risk of a nationwide revolt.

BB on March 15, 2008 at 7:00 pm

That is a great idea “BB”.

warpmine on March 16, 2008 at 10:00 am

Wait a second, anger against Myers and Torres is misguided in this situation. No one wants to let a criminal alien go or into the country. The Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR) a.k.a the “Kangaroo Court” and Congress who keeps bowing to pressure from pro-immigrant groups and immgration lawyers are the ones who pull the rug out from efforts to get rid of illegal aliens, not the ICE management on their own. Most of the country is only now experiencing what we in California had to live with for the past twenty years with criminal El Sals and the like. Congress and the ignorant public are as much to blame as anyone, you hire these people illegally to clean your homes, wash your car, and fix your poisonous fast food. Put some pressure where it belongs – on the immigration courts and their judges and Congressmen from the states slow to learn about the issue.
Also, isn’t it premature to rally on the part of the victims here without knowing who ordered the hit and why they were killed. A couple of illegals from Texas and Mexico show-up in Detroit for a “hit”? Where is the rest of the story here?!?

code7 on March 16, 2008 at 2:23 pm

code7-“Premature to rally on the part of the victims” That statement defies contempt. According to your logic, victims murdered through a contract killing apparently deserved it. Since you failed to do any research on your own to discover who these people were, I’ll inlighten you. Brij Chhabra was a computer programming consultant and yoga instructor. His wife suffered from Multiple Sclerosis. She had a pending lawsuit against a family friend in Texas, Mr, Narayan Thadani for the tune of 1.5 million dollars for misappropriations of her families finances. He and an associate have been arrested by the FBI and are awaiting arriagnment for the contract hit. Oh and Mr. Miguel Angel Servando is an illegal alien from El Salvador, along with his friend Mendoza, the other hitman. The ignorant public are not the ones whose job it was to deport this man, it was ICE job and concidering the fact they had this man in custody and ordered for deportation, but failed to do so, they are the one’s who will have to take responsiblity on this one.

wolf2012 on March 16, 2008 at 5:08 pm

We do not have a rational immigration policy. In addition, we do not even attempt to track people who are already here. Such efforts are either underfunded or actively sabotaged by those who are supposed to protect us.

Worry01 on March 16, 2008 at 9:04 pm

Code7–your comment is asinine. wolf2012 anwered you well.
I can’t believe how you government workers expect us to buy your line for why you guys continually release these people back to our streets using your BS excuses. People like you and Geraldo Rivera (the master justifier of the unjustifiable)–make me sick.

BB on March 16, 2008 at 10:35 pm

BB,wolf2012,
I can’t believe how naive the American Public is, if you guys buy this BS as “ICE’S” fault, or responsibility.
Code 7 has it right, and nothing Assistant Secretary Myers, or John Torres could have done would have prevented this tragedy.
It’s the system people, and it’s the laws that our Congress pass or don’t pass that allows this to happen, again and again. ICE isn’t responsible for writing these laws, with loopholes large enough to drive a Mack Truck through! It’s your Congress. Put the blame where it belongs.
Debbie would like to direct your anger at the two people she doesn’t like, (and she’s doing a pretty good job of it) but it’s intellectually dishonest at best.
Code7 is right on target, as usual. You guys may not get it, because it’s easy to follow the lead sheep, but you are wrong.
Do some research on the law, then “man up” and come back on here and apologize why don’t you?
EVS

EverVigilantSheepdog on March 17, 2008 at 12:22 am

EverVigilantSheepdog,
My condemnation towards code7 was his reprehensible remark that somehow these people deserved to be murdered. If you find his statement to be correct(Also, isn’t it premature to rally on the part of the victims here without knowing who ordered the hit and why they were killed. A couple of illegals from Texas and Mexico show-up in Detroit for a “hit”? Where is the rest of the story here?!?) then you are no better than the men who contracted the hit and the people who carried it out. I agree these people were marked to be killed and if it wasn’t the two demons from El Salvador doing it, it would have been someone else. Our entire government, from the Clinton’s to the Bush’s, from the Republican controled congress to the Democratic controlled congress and everyone in between who hasn’t put a stop to the illegal migration of terrorists into this country should be held accountable for the not so public 9/11 attacks against the American people. This includes the money laundering Muslim doctors, the money laundering Hamas cigerette dealers, and the money laundering Hetzbolla resturant owners, all of which were illegal terrorist imigrants. (Debbie, intellectually dishonest) all the aformentioned illegal terrorists are ARAB MUSLIMS!!! We are a nation of sheep, but for you to declare yourself as the Sheepdog, with Sheepdogs like you, we don’t need WOLVES

wolf2012 on March 17, 2008 at 1:00 am

For the most part, there are a lot of good comments and sound insight on this tragedy but it once again illustrates the failures of this system as a whole.
It’s bad enough we have piss-poor leadership in the upper ranks of management but it’s further aggravated by spineless policies in the Executive Office for Immigration Review, that is, the playground of the Immigration Judges who refuse to nut up and get rid of these social deviates. On top of that, Congress can’t seem to get rid of that glazed doughnut look on its face from fellating the pro-illegal/rights groups that wimper and whine at every turn.
Some of these countries don’t have diplomatic relations with the U.S. which is one of the BS stories we get told as to why certain classes of aliens can’t be removed. I, both personally and professionally, don’t give a rat’s ass whether we do or not. Ship the little pukes back, even if out of the back of a C-130 doing a touch and go at 120 knots! In addition, maybe cutting off foreign aid to these flecks of excrement on the global screen and putting that money back into our country where it belongs will get their attention. I’m tired of financing the world and getting nothing in return.

1shot1kill on March 17, 2008 at 8:28 am

wolf2012,
You are still missing the point. It isn’t ICE, but rather Congress, and the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) that you should be angry at.
I’ll let code7 speak for himself, but I don’t think he was suggesting that the victims “deserved to be murdered”.
The way I read his comment, he was saying there is more to this story than the news media or DS published, regarding how and why (motive and opportunity) these two maggots were hired to do this evil act. Not indicting the victims, by any means.
With Sheepdogs like me you wolves don’t stand a chance. LOL
EVS

EverVigilantSheepdog on March 17, 2008 at 8:43 am

EverVigilantSheepdog,
No, I got the point rather well thank you. I mentioned both houses of Congress in my condemnation, I should have mentioned Homeland security, and EOIR. I am angry at them all(I thought my everyone in between covered that, but I guess not),
This is not the first story or complaint that Debbie(the far more intelligent than you) has written about ICE, or EOIR, it is just another example of their long standing ineptitude. If she wrote the story and accused EOIR, you probably would have blamed ICE or some other organization.
I can only conclude sheepdog, that with all the fur covering your eyes, you are the perfect example of how these maggots slip into our country, more distinctly, you are also part of the problem.

wolf2012 on March 17, 2008 at 10:45 am

EVSheepdog and Code 7–
Obviously you two have kissed and made amends from the “outing of Kyle” episode on here last year. If I understand you correctly, I have to ask you government “experts” directly if you are saying that illegals who are discovered cannot be deported?
YES or NO?
Also—Why is that we read about these people being discovered in traffic stops and often after being arrested for committing a crime–yet they are not sent home? You both make it sound like it is illegal to deport people who are here illegally.

BB on March 17, 2008 at 3:07 pm

wolf2012,
You are wrong, on every point you attempted to make in your response to me, and because you won’t or don’t “get it”, or apologize like you should, I won’t continue this dialogue. You want to make it personal (comparing my intelligence to a blogger, and talking about my fur covering my eyes).
BB,
I am only concerned with the truth, and this Ever Vigilant Sheepdog stands up for people that are wronged on this site, in case you hadn’t noticed.
I might have disagreed with code7 in the past, but on this issue, he was correct, and he offered an experienced opinion, knowing full well that many sheep, that blindly follow DS’s bell, would take him to task for it. Good for him.
There are essentially three hoops we must jump through to deport/remove a criminal alien. He or she must be removable, not entitled to any form of relief (family, asylum, etc), and we then must be able to obtain travel documents from the country he/she is a citizen of.
But, even when this process works, there is nothing to prevent this person from returning, via whatever means possible. He/she is then subject to federal criminal prosecution for re-entry, when they are caught (in a traffic stop as you say, or any other way they come to our attention)and they are often prosecuted for this violation.
If this happens, and they get a prison term, they will again be removed upon completion of that sentence. Once more though, after they are removed, what is to say that they won’t come back yet again? If you have a solution to this problem, please offer it, or better yet, suggest it to your Congressmen and Senators.
I hope this helps you understand this huge problem a little better. We can deport/remove all day long, but until our borders are secure, and the incentive (jobs) that draws most of these illegals here is eliminated from the equation, this sad story will play out again and again.
This all goes to my original point, on this topic. No intellectually honest person, in possession of all these facts, would put this blame at the feet of A/S Julie Myers or John P. Torres. It sounds good if you have an axe to grind (DS), but it’s just not factual.
With all due respect, this problem is way bigger then either one of them.
EVS

EverVigilantSheepdog on March 17, 2008 at 4:56 pm

wf2012 – I was refering to a “knee-jerk” reaction that goes with the mob mentality that the media sells its product with, not intending at all to blame the victims or be unsympathetic to their murders. “Do my research?” What would that be, google the NY Times?
The most famous case involving letting an illegal alien go that went on to murder innocent people was actually another agency’s fault, Malkin got it wrong, DS got it wrong, John Walsh even got it wrong. And yes, I can prove it, but to whom? Everyone has made up their mind that they know who is to blame.
This problem has been around a lot longer that Torres or Myers. ICE and INS before them tried desparately to control their side of it, but guess what? They can’t control: the police that don’t call and say they did, the prosecutors that don’t charge and go to trial if necessary, the public who often jump to conclusions from the media who are driven by special interests, and the courts who only see a saint-in-a-suit vs. the jack-booted thug.

code7 on March 17, 2008 at 6:48 pm

EVS–
Can’t you just answer the question? yes or no? I think you are saying YES–but giving excuses at the same time.
Breaking the law doesn’t matter to these people or they wouldn’t be here to begin with–but consequences would make a difference. And despite what you say–when these people are caught committing crimes, they are NOT removed–read this story and the daily newspapers every day which contain accounts of “catch and release” illegals who go on to kill, steal, smuggle, squat or whatever–this is thread an obvious case in point (and countless more from DS in her site archives).
For caught illegals, I support Sheriff Joe Arpaio style tent cities for these illegals to spend time while their deportations are processed.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1tfIKUZ0fY

BB on March 18, 2008 at 12:02 am

BB,
I’ve answered your question, and I am not making excuses at all, simply explaining the finer points of the process to you. I’m sorry if you can’t understand this simple answer. Yes or No isn’t applicable here.
Doesn’t mean it’s the right way to do it, but it is the way your elected officials have it drawn up. You see, ICE Officers and Special Agents don’t get to make the laws, we just enforce them, as they are written.
You are free to support Sheriff Joe, and his media antics, or you can wish for the Easter Bunny to come see you this Sunday.
Neither will solve our problem with illegall immigration, but they might make you feel good for a few minutes.
EVS

EverVigilantSheepdog on March 18, 2008 at 7:44 am

i actually knew servando
he was a nice guy my father knew him too
my whole family did he was a nice guy
me are still confused why he actually did this.

amsler on March 20, 2008 at 11:15 pm

The story indicates that Servado was ordered removed by an Immigration Judge in February. A person who is order removed by an Immigration Judge has a right to appeal that decision to the Board of Immigration Appeals. Most people that don’t have serious criminal convictions are allowed to post bond, just as accused criminals are. If Servado was ordered removed but appealed it is not surprising that he was out on bond and this cannot be attributed to any failing by ICE, the EOIR or anyone else. Even if he didn’t appeal, the Order of removal would not become final until 30 days after it was entered, which means ICE would have had no right to revoke Servado’s bond and take until some unspecified date in March.

Michael E. Piston on March 23, 2008 at 6:46 pm

Well, I actually knew Brij Chhabra, and he was a great man. May he and his wife rest in peace.

Dee on March 15, 2010 at 9:42 am

i need help right now! i dont have the time needed to wait a week for this kill so the person i need you to kill is doug milam. he lives in yakima city and lives on 213 custer ave
disbatch of him fast and painfuly. be careful though because he is a exofficer

cody milam on October 10, 2012 at 5:29 pm

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