Monday, January 29, 2007

More on Compean and Ramos...

...from this story in the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin.

I suggest you read it, but the nut of the story is contained in the story's lede:

The Department of Homeland Security's assertions that two El Paso Border Patrol agents knowingly shot an unarmed suspect appear to be countered by the department's own documents, the Daily Bulletin has learned.

Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, told the Daily Bulletin on Wednesday that Homeland Security Inspector General Richard Skinner has refused to deliver documents confirming his office's claims that Border Patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Alonso Compean admitted they "were out to shoot Mexicans," and knowingly shot Osbaldo Aldrete-Davila, a drug smuggler, in a border incident nearly two years ago.


There is much much more the story of the Bush administration's persecution of the two agents, who are now in federal prisons, but at a start, it would appear that the "Inspector General" of the so-called Department of Homeland Security -- which seems far more interested in the "security" of illegal-alien drug smugglers than U.S. citizens -- should be facing some serious jail time for perjury.

Sadly, the general public seems to have forgotten Compean and Ramos. A few people, including IVDB reporter Sara Carter and L.A.-area radio hosts John & Ken, have not.

I have not.

Until Compean and Ramos are free and are compensated for the kangaroo-court proceedings against them, and those who so zealously went after them at the behest of George Bush, the illegal aliens' best friend, are punished, I will not let this subject drop.

These people have no shame. They, and all the co-conspirators in Washington and Texas who aided and abetted this outrage, must be made to pay for their immoral -- and, it becomes increasingly clear, unlawful -- acts.

ADDED NOWHERE-NEAR PARENTHETICAL THOUGHT: Here's another interesting tidbit showing the extent of the government's malfeasance in this case.

From what I hear, WordNet Daily's Jerome Corsi will be publishing more information this week that George Bush and his pro-illegal pals don't want revealed.

1 comment:

HarpO'Fly said...

Goldiron send me that Worldnet link. It sounds like that lawyer, Ramiriez is sticking his neck out and not likely to let go.

I'm glad to see he is directly accusing the prosecutors of wrong doing.

Why is it only a few Republicans in Congress are interested? You'd think the Dems would spin it to discredit the administration. I guess they only take up the cause of non citizens and dictators like Chavez and Fidel.

I'm going to post these links.

I'm glad you put this up.