Ramos and Compiene

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Ramos and Compiene

Postby Bil » Mon Jan 19, 2009 8:27 pm

I never thought it would actually happen-President Bush commuted the sentences for the two Border Patrol agents that were railroaded into prison.It took long enough,and a full pardon would have been nice,but they will be out of jail on March 20.Now I hope they go after the US Attorney that put them there.Paid witnesses,lies to Congress,made-up evidence-bring it all out in the open and prosecute the dirty,lying dirtbag.It is people like him that help destroy any faith left in our legal system.Note I said legal,not justice.Hopefully justice is what those involved in this travesty will face for eternity.It is not over until the Agents receive complete exoneration. ---bil
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Re: Ramos and Compiene

Postby helm » Fri Feb 27, 2009 11:20 am

I agree with you. It's crappy living in West Texas

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Re: Ramos and Compiene

Postby www.Prussia.us » Fri Feb 27, 2009 1:04 pm

Lou Dobbs like no other in the media had been on this since it happened. Even Diane Feinstein, who I usually NEVER agree with, called it an “injustice” yet never did anything to correct it. US Attorney Sutton that prosecuted these poor agents is a VERY close buddy to former president Bozo (W). Of course without a full pardon their livelihoods will be in jeopardy, full re-instatement of their jobs, pensions, and medical benefits is the LEAST that is owed to them.

This case shows the growing influence the corrupt feckless Mexican government had on the executive branch over the past eight years, and yes it will probably get even worse. :shock:
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Re: Ramos and Compiene

Postby dwmmg08 » Fri Feb 27, 2009 10:34 pm

www.Prussia.us wrote:Lou Dobbs like no other in the media had been on this since it happened. Even Diane Feinstein, who I usually NEVER agree with, called it an “injustice” yet never did anything to correct it. US Attorney Sutton that prosecuted these poor agents is a VERY close buddy to former president Bozo (W). Of course without a full pardon their livelihoods will be in jeopardy, full re-instatement of their jobs, pensions, and medical benefits is the LEAST that is owed to them.

This case shows the growing influence the corrupt feckless Mexican government had on the executive branch over the past eight years, and yes it will probably get even worse. :shock:


Yep, this was totally wrong to have happened in the first place, and I wondered how the doofus prosecuting them got away with doing that without getting fired. I guess it's good to know the head guy. That explains a lot.

I expect little to no justice for these guys from the Kenyan, though. That will probably have to wait for the next president.


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