Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Meddling Mexicans Behind Miscarriage of Justice

The transcript of the Ramos-Compean is finally out. So is the bombshell. Mexican officials demanded that the US prosecute the Border Patrol agents - for a "shooting" for which there is little or no evidence was committed by the agents.

The testimony against the agents was the word of an admitted drug smuggler who admitted he entered the US illegally. He confessed to his own crimes six days before he was granted immunity from prosecution in exchange for testifying against the agents. Meanwhile, he was never questioned regarding the smuggling ring, its leaders and other participants, routes, schedules, and other information which would help combat the smuggling.

Documents obtained in the Ramos-Compean case and the prosecution of Texas Sheriff's Deputy Guillermo "Gilmer" Hernandez clearly show the Mexican government demanding prosecution of law enforcement officers for stopping illegal aliens from Mexico during the commission of crimes. In both instances, local investigations were supplanted by federal prosecution actions.

Maricela Rodriguez Garcia "was in a Chevrolet Suburban van full of illegals that attempted to run over Hernandez after he had stopped the vehicle for running a stop sign April 14, 2005, in Rocksprings, Texas. Firing his weapon at the rear tires, a bullet fragment hit Rodriguez in the mouth, cutting her lip and breaking two teeth." [http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=54243]

(boo-hoo-hoo to Maricela)

Clearly, the Mexican agenda is to totally neutralize US law enforcement so as to allow Mexican criminals completely free rein to enter, remain and commit crimes in the US.

We citizens elect our officials to uphold our Constitution, our sovereignty, and protect our citizens and our rights by upholding our laws. Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez and his Justice Department staff, US District Attorney Johnny Sutton, and the Department of Homeland Security from Secretary Michael Chertoff on down seem to be working for the Mexican government, not American citizens who pay their salaries.

Zero Tolerance for Illegal Immigration. Zero Tolerance for malicious prosecution of law enforcement officers doing their jobs of chasing down and arresting lawbreakers, expecially when that malicious prosecution is at the behest of a foreign government protecting its criminals.


Blogger jakejacobsen said...

Hey Chief,

We're starting a new illegal immigration blogburst, you can see the first one and find sign up info here...



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Blogger lea said...

we need to be a nation of laws, Mexico is not a nation of laws therefor they do not know how to live acording to law of a nation. we as americans need to make sure that anyone entering and staying in this nation is a law abiding person. the woman who think she should be allowed to stay here just because she had an eliglement chid here is crazy.

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