Sentinal Intelligence Services – Yuma April 17 2019

Elias Alias here;

In 2011 I helped organize a march on behalf of eight police officers in Quartzsite, Arizona.  The march was to be a long one, and the temperature would be warmer than comfortable. I drove down to Quartzsite from Montana to participate. There I met Dr. Lyle Rapacki of Sentinel Intelligence Services.

The eight officers who were blowing the whistle on the Chief of Police were fired, and the town of Quartzsite was in a tizzy.  Two Arizona Legislators had agreed to attend our march in support of the eight officers who had signed an affidavit exposing corruption by the Quartzsite Chief of Police. But the two legislators would need to be provided with security. That is where Lyle Rapacki came into my plans for the march.  Dr. Rapacki arranged a biker escort for the legislators from Phoenix to Quartzsite and kept them safe throughout our event.

I was pleased to make Lyle’s acquaintance, and we had time for conversations throughout the day. We have kept in touch ever since. Dr. Rapacki is a devout Christian conservative patriot, while I am a proud Agnostic/Voluntaryist. He and I both, despite our philosophical differences regarding the Divine, share the same high moral standards, and it has been a blessing for me to stay in touch throughout the past seven years. Below is a report Lyle Rapacki sent to me on April 17 2019.


Lyle Rapacki


Wednesday –

April the 17th, 2019

1250Hrs; C.S.T. (Texas)









A Declaration of Emergency has been issued by the Mayor of the City of Yuma, Arizona yesterday.  The Emergency Declaration was issued because over 1,000 illegals came across the border at Yuma, and the city cannot handle these numbers in various needs of medical, food, clothing, housing, and processing.  Especially concerning are the numbers who have repeat criminal offenses from Customs and Border Patrol.  Also of grave concern is the fact that more illegals are inbound to the Yuma sector.  A serious and immediate crisis exists with no answers.  The story below sheds some additional light on this crisis in Arizona.


While political theatre continues to roll on and “political speak” makes for some form of entertainment, the reality of a crisis along the southern Border of the United States is real, dangerous, and adversely impacting American citizens.  The sovereignty of cities, communities, states, and eventually our Nation are at stake!  The highest call on each and every elected official, regardless of their level of service and office, is to Serve and Protect the citizens under their care.  The elected officials congregated in Washington, DC are failing their charge!  Mr. President…stop jumping through hoops to please everyone, including the RINO’s in the Republican Party.  Mr. President…you ran for the presidency promising to build the wall, and I believe you will, but also to protect our fellow citizens and this Nation.  You know how to think “outside the box.”  You know how to solve problems, BIG and small.  You know how to lead. Get on doing what you do well…lead, take charge, and take care of the people and our Nation.  The American People will respond to you most thankfully. 


The report below is a MUST READ!  There is a crisis across our 2,000 southern Border of the United States.  Yuma, Arizona is but one section facing such an emergency.  More is coming, and sooner than later unless herculean and sound steps are not taken to protect the sovereignty of our Nation.  The Socialist Democrat Party, and the RINO’s want business as usual.  The Socialist Democrat Party wants the collapse of this Republic called America, and to substitute a Marxism throughout our government and culture, as they are used to develop a New-World Order minus national sovereignty in exchange for Regional Nation States.  The southern border to our country has deliberately been ignored and band aide to give an appearance of security since Reagan left the Oval.   The disastrous results are beginning to appear in Yuma, Arizona, San Diego, California, McAllen, Texas and Rio Grande, Texas, but an even larger crisis is coming!





Arizona City overwhelmed by migrants declares state of emergency

Source: Stephen Dinan

Yuma, a city on the U.S.-Mexico border in Arizona, declared a state of emergency Tuesday, saying it cannot handle the crush of illegal immigrants the government is being forced to release onto its streets.

Mayor Douglas Nicholls said the migrants are being released by the Border Patrol into his community faster than they can leave, and local shelters are already at capacity.  He warned of mobs of people “roaming the streets looking to satisfy basic human needs,” clashing with citizens looking to protect their own property. “There is an imminent threat on having too many migrant releases into our community,” he said. “It’s above our capacity as a community to sustain.”  The move was designed to draw the attention of the country to what locals said was an untenable situation and to beg for solutions from the federal government, which has been at a political stalemate over what to do.

Mr. Nicholls said he is trying to get other Arizona communities to issue similar declarations, hoping a critical mass of voices will cut through the partisan gridlock.  The migrants are overwhelmingly families and unaccompanied children from Central America. They are fleeing rough conditions at home and are drawn north by lax enforcement policies that virtually guarantee they can be quickly released into communities, where most disappear into the shadows.  Of the children and families that came in 2017, more than 98% were still in the U.S. as of the beginning of this year.

The Trump administration has been searching for ways to change the incentives that draw the migrants to the U.S.  On Tuesday, Attorney General William Barr announced that migrants who take the first step toward asylum claims will no longer have an automatic right to be released on bond while their cases are proceeding. The ruling, though, won’t generally affect the children and families, who are quickly released under other court rulings and laws.  Also Tuesday, a Homeland Security Department advisory council issued an emergency report calling for the government to take new steps.  One solution was to set up regional processing centers along the border to centralize the flow of migrants, with new and better facilities to care for the children and families.  The council also pleaded with Congress to pass emergency legislation to speed up asylum cases so a decision can be issued within a month and asked for a fix to the Flores court settlement that imposes a 20-day limit on how long illegal immigrant families can be held in detention.  In the meantime, the council said, the administration should issue an emergency regulation allowing migrant families to be held.

Yuma sits on the line between Arizona and California, surrounded by rough, vacant terrain to its east and west. That means it has become the drop-off point for thousands of illegal immigrants each week streaming into the remote parts of California and Arizona, guided by smugglers who bus them north and then leave them to walk across the border and demand attention from U.S. authorities.  Border Patrol agents arrest them en masse — a group of 360 people was apprehended near Lukeville, Arizona, earlier Tuesday.  But with no ability to hold them, agents engage in what is called “catch-and-release,” processing the migrants and then letting them go at a local bus terminal.  Communities along the border have issued desperate pleas for help, but Yuma’s state of emergency is the most striking reaction.  Mr. Nichollls said the local shelter’s normal capacity is 150 people but it can stretch to accommodate 250. It began Tuesday with 200 people, and Border Patrol agents said they were going to deliver 120 more people during the day, putting the facility well beyond its limits.

The mayor said even if the city had a bigger building, the number of people swamps the capacity for volunteers and supplies — though he did issue a call for donations of coloring books, diapers, snacks and bottled water.  He said the issue is transportation in a town of about 100,000 people, where bus links aren’t extensive and there isn’t enough capacity to ship people out as fast as they are being dropped off by the Border Patrol.

President Trump has proposed siphoning the illegal immigrants from the border into sanctuary cities elsewhere, saying its only right those communities step up, given their policies and proclamations about welcoming migrants. That idea has ignited a firestorm in Washington, where Democrats called it unbecoming.  Yet some sanctuary cities have stepped forward to say they would embrace the migrants.  Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf over the weekend said she would be happy to do so. “Oakland welcomes all, no matter where you came from or how you got here,” she wrote in response to Mr. Trump.  Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto also accepted the challenge this week, saying his city “would welcome all.”

Mr. Trump cast his proposal as political payback, but others have said it’s a necessity, at least so far as releasing the migrants away from the border, where the communities are already overwhelmed.

Nwo Report | April 17, 2019 at 9:09 am | Tags: Arizona city, declares state of emergency, Yuma | Categories: Illegal Aliens, immigration, USA |


Lyle J. Rapacki,Ph.D.



Protective Intelligence and Assessment Specialist

Consultant at Behavioral Analysis and Threat Assessment

Private-Sector Intelligence Analyst

U.S. Border Intelligence Group

ASIS International

Association of Former Intelligence Officers

Association of Threat Assessment Professionals

International Association Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts


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