When quick-thinking U.S. Border Patrol agents detected nuclear radiation coming from the car and determined the passenger was named Raul Castro — just like the brother of murderous dictator Fidel Castro from that prison island of Cuba — they only had one choice:
Detain and interrogate.
The elderly suspect was eventually “free to go” but not before the Federales made sure that radioactive pacemaker in his chest wasn’t really a roadside bomb. And America was safe for another day, free from radioactive terrorists like Raul Castro, 96, the Hate State of Arizona’s first Latino governor.
Castro’s brazen escape understandably topped POCHO’s ñewsweek, but wait, there’s more!
We also covered the birthday of eyebrow enthusiast Frida Kahlo and the suppressed history of our National Anthem, composed by star-spangled beaners.
Links? We have ’em!:
- Anti-terror WIN! Wrinkled AZ governor detained by U.S. Border Patrol
- Mexclusive: ‘Google Doodle’ honors Frida Kahlo’s 105th birthday!
- PRI-historic win for Mexican candidate means new flag design
- Small Georgia town bans sale, use of ‘illegal alien paraphernalia’
- This just in: Apparently I am an ‘obvious American!’ Happy July 4!
- Dear Abuelita: Sexting, white-washed Chicana, July 4 fireworks
- Proud Star-Spangled Beaners: Francisco Scott Quiñones, Jose Canusi
- Pocho Ocho ways birthday girl Frida Kahlo has influenced our lives
- Andy Griffith, ‘America’s Sheriff’ dies, AZ Sheriff Arpaio tragically lives