Tuesday, July 10, 2007

It's about damn time.

Next Tuesday, the Senate Judiciary Committee will begin holding hearings on the persecution of Jose Compan and Ignacio Ramos by Johnny Sutton, Jorge Bush's hit-man.

Sadly, the hearings will be run by Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), a pro-open-borders cheerleader with her own record of twisting the law.

One can only hope the committee will go farther than offering the corrupt Sutton yet another opportunity to shoot off his mouth.

Even now, after evidence clearly showing governmental manipulation and suppression of relevant facts in order to railroad two Border Patrol agents whose heinous crime was shooting an illegal-alien serial drug-smuggler who threatened their safety, Sutton continues to slander Compean and Ramos.

If the senators do their jobs, the hearings will end with Sutton under arrest and out of a job, as well as an immediate demand to have the convictions of Compean and Ramos overturned, with full restitution, including back pay and an offer to let them return to their jobs.

Of course Sutton didn't do the job all by himself. The prosecutor who followed Sutton's orders deserves to fall, too. So does the judge.

And I am thoroughly convinced that the trial extends well above Sutton's pay grade. As in, to the White House.

Compared to this case, which has all the earmarks of a totalitarian government kangaroo court, Jorge's commutation of "Scooter" Libby's sentence was the equivalent of a judge dismissing a traffic ticket.

After this, the Senate committee had damn well better look into the Gilmer Hernandez case, too.

2 comments:

John said...

It is really bizarre when I see the best hope to be democrats playing politics to nail Jorge's people. Maybe they will nail Johnny in an effort to cast a shadow on Bush.
The obviously don't really give a damn or we'd have heard more sooner.

MrScribbler said...

John -- I don't care what it takes or who gets Ramos and Compean cut loose, even though I hope there will be a day of reckoning for everyone in D.C. who actively supported -- or supported with their silence -- this hideous miscarriage of justice.