boun•ty (ba n ti) [boun-tee]
noun, plural -ties.
1. a premium or reward, especially one offered by a government: There was a bounty on his head. Some states offer a bounty for dead coyotes.
I propose that a BOUNTY be placed on the head of all illegal aliens in the United States. It is clear that our nation has been flooded with characters of ill-repute. It is so bad that it cannot be determined who is a vicious criminal, and who is just an illegal border jumper.
In addition, the Mexican Government cannot seem to be able to manage the criminal element within their borders. Recently 151 vicious criminals escaped from one of their prisons and seemed to have migrated immediately to the United States.
There is no definite accounting of how many of the hundreds of thousands of Mexican criminals have infiltrated across our borders.
We demand that a bounty on ALL ILLEGAL ALIENS be offered immediately by both the Mexican Government and the United States Government.
A bounty of 50% of all assets of an illegal should be offered to insure that any person desiring to become an illegal alien bounty hunter should be able to make a lucrative living.
There should be no differentiation between an escaped Mexican murder fugitive and a common illegal border crosser…both are law breakers and both have no concern for American law.
Any U.S. Business that hires a border fugitive will also be liable for asset forfeiture. The business that condones illegal border crossings will forfeit 100% of their business assets and 50% will be paid to the Bounty Hunter that aids in the apprehension of that business who harbored an illegal alien.
There should be ZERO TOLERANCE for illegal border crossings from any country in the world into the United States.
Also see: http://www.reportillegals.com/