Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Mexico Is Now Calling The Shots

WorldNetDailey has a story on the role the Mexican government played in the prosecution of two Border Patrol Agents. This is not good news for el Jefe in the White House.

The Mexican Consulate played a previously undisclosed role in the events leading to U.S. Attorney Johnny Sutton's high-profile prosecution of Border Patrol Agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean, who are serving 11 and 12 year sentences for their role in the shooting of a drug smuggler, according to documents obtained by WND.

Agents Ramos and Compean were not the only ones caught up in the targeting information provided by the Mexican to US Attorney Sutton.

And Mexican consular officials also demanded the prosecution of Texas Sheriff's Deputy Guillermo "Gilmer" Hernandez, who subsequently was brought to trial by Sutton, the documents reveal.

The Clintons used the FBI to collect documents on their political enemies. Bush uses the US Attorney to throw cops in jail. What the hell?

Rep. John Culberson, R-Texas – among a number of congressman who have fiercely opposed the prosecution of Ramos and Compean – told WND he has "long suspected that Mexican government officials ordered the prosecution of our law enforcement agents."

"Mexico wants to intimidate our law enforcement into leaving our border unprotected, and we now have confirmation of it in writing," Culberson said.

It's nice to know what you can and can't get away with. As long as you leave the borders wide open you have nothing to fear from the US Attorney's Office in Texas.

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