We could learn some lessons from Mexico...

Discussion in 'Off-topic' started by Macktee, Apr 23, 2007.

  1. Macktee

    Macktee New Member

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    http://www.americancopmagazine.com/insider0507.htm



    COP Jihad

    by Dave Douglas
    American Cop Magazine

    Although this is a situation which could be prominently featured in the Toro Caca section of Insider Ruminations, I find it has gone even further and reached alevel even a whole prairie full of Brahma bulls on Exlax couldn’t compare to. I regret being forced into the position of issuing of an American COP Magazine Fatwa.

    That’s right, I here by call for a law enforcement Jihad on the US Attorney’s Office of the Western District of Texas — specifically, Johnny Sutton, the US Attorney down there. Now don’t get me wrong here, I in no way wish any harm come to the guy but enough is enough. He needs to have the fleas of a thousand camels infest his crotch or maybe something worse — like send him to federal prison with a snitch ticket.

    Sutton is the guy who decided to prosecute Border Patro Agent Ignacio Ramos and fellow agent, Jose Alonso Compean, with what we now hear was urging from not only the Bush Administration but the Mexican Government too. Now we find Sutton also pushed his minions into prosecuting Edwards County Deputy Sheriff Gilmer Hernandez for violation of an illegal alien’s civil rights. Now that’ll make you scratch your head won’t it?

    Sutton charged Hernandez with violating “under the color of law†the civil rights of Maricela Rodriguez-Garcia,a Mexican national.

    On the night of April 14, 2005, Deputy Hernandez was on routine patrol when he observed a speeding Suburban run ared light. The deputy stopped the vehicle and made his approach on the driver’s side. The driver slammed the truck back into drive and peeled away, almost running over the deputy’s foot. Hernandez fi-red several shots — one of which blew out the rear tire. Okay so maybe he watched too many movies but you can’t argue with success. The vehicle stopped, and disgorged its cargo of illegals into the sage brush. Marcela Rodriguez-Garcia, one of the illegal aliens, stayed in the car. Speculation was she was curled up over the wheel well. She was hit by one of the bullets — it shattered some of her teeth. She was treated and released from a local hospital. According to procedure, Deputy Hernandez reported the incident to his supervisors and they called the state to investigate.

    A few days after-wards, the Mexican consulate sent a letter to local and federal law enforcement officials in Texas demanding a full investigation. The US Attorney’s office charged Deputy Hernandez with violating the civil rights of the woman noting because the agent’s life wasn’t in danger; he shouldn’t have shot at the vehicle. His defense attorneys argue he was doing his job and believed his life was in danger. By the way, the state cleared Deputy Hernandez of any wrong doing.

    The deputy’s boss, Sheriff Donald G. Letsinger said Hernandez “followed the letter of the law†in defending himself in the April 2005 incident and questioned why the government brought charges. “This is a fine young man, and I just don’t believe he committed the wrong of which he was accused,†he added. A jury from a pool notorious for its sympathy toward“ undocumented worker’s rights†convicted Hernandez. Sutton’s goons asked for seven years, apparently stil ldrunk with success in getting Ramos and Compean 10 and 11 year sentences. The Judge sentenced Hernandez to oneyear and one day — far below the prosecution’s request.

    If I worked for the Border Patrol, I’d be looking at new employment options. The US Attorney’s Office of the Western District of Texas couldn’t care less if Mexican military units cross into our country and shoot at ouragents; they apparently don’t care if our folks are shot atby drug dealers and mules and they put every imaginable obstacle in place to keep Border Patrol from pursuing just short of issuing the drug dealers and illegals spike strips. If it were up to me, I’d indict Sutton for treason and failing to register as an agent of a foreign government.

    It’s time to adopt a no Toro Cacastance on illegal immigration. I propose the following be immediately adopted.

    There will be no special bilingual programs in the schools.

    There will be no special ballots for elections and all government business will be conducted in our language.

    Foreigners will not have the right to vote — no matter how long they’ve been here.

    Foreigners will never be able to hold political office.

    Foreigners will not be a burden to the taxpayers, therefore, they are not eligible for welfare, food stamps, health care or any other government assistance programs.

    Foreigners may invest in this country, but it must be an amount equal to 40,000 times the daily minimum wage

    If foreigners wish to buy land their options will be restricted. They will not be allowed to own waterfront property as it’s reserved for naturally born citizens.

    Foreigners may not protest against our government. There will be no demonstrations, no waving a foreign flag, no political organizing and no “bad-mouthing†our president or his policies. Violations will result inimmediate deportation with no appeal.

    If a foreigner illegally enters the country they will be hunted down and sent directly to jail.

    I know these new rules sound harsh but they happen to be the immigration laws of Mexico and if we’re going to be good neighbors and have consistent policies we need to more closely align our immigration laws.
     

  2. glockgirl

    glockgirl New Member

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    can't say I disagree
     
  3. ptsmith24

    ptsmith24 New Member

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    I think it only goes one way with Mexico, though...
     
  4. ahlongslide

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    Not EVEN waterfront property on the Rio Grande?!?!? :wink: