...even as the Department of "Justice" issues a press release downplaying the assault on Border Patrol Agent Ignacio Ramos at a federal prison in Mississippi.
One of the few reporters with the courage to investigate the continuing lies of federal persecutors Johnny Sutton and Debra Kanof, the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin's Sara A. Carter, has turned up even more evidence that Sutton and Kanof are guilty of perjury in this story.
Perjury is a felony, punishable by imprisonment in a federal prison.
If, as I believe, Sutton and Kanof were acting on orders from above to railroad Ramos and Jose Compean, those who gave the orders are guilty of conspiracy to commit a felony, which is itself a felony.
Bush's lie that any pardon for Compean and Ramos "has to go through the process" is not a felony; it's just another one of his stupid, easily refutable lies.
It would be easy to infer that Sutton and Kanof, if not Bush himself, are being influenced in some way by the Mexican drug cartel for which the illegal-alien drug smuggler was working.
I'm not ready to believe that. Yet.
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