Tuesday, February 19, 2019
A farmer in Arizona, Jim Chilton, set up a camera in order to document how many people were crossing the border from Mexico across his land.
In one video, he captured a group of men armed with military assault weapons crossing the border into the United States with backpacks possibly filled with drugs.
He has notified the government on several occasions that illegals were crossing the border onto his property, but they have yet to take any sort of action.
This is a perfect example of why we need a border fence.
Terrorists could just as easily cross the border with weapons in order to commit terrorist acts.
Monday, February 18, 2019
George Mendonsa was identified by a team of volunteers from the Naval War College in August 2005 as "the kisser". His claim was based on matching his scars and tattoos to scars and tattoos in the photograph. They made their determination after much study including photographic analysis by the Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories (MERL) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, who were able to match scars and tattoo spotted by photograph experts, and the testimony of Richard M. Benson, a photograph analysis expert, professor of photographic studies, plus the former Dean of the School of Arts at Yale University. Benson stated that "it is therefore my opinion, based upon a reasonable degree of certainty, that George Mendonsa is the sailor in Mr. Eisenstaedt's famous photograph.
Mendonsa died on February 17, 2019 at the age of 95.