Thursday, November 15, 2007

It must have been a mistake...

...but thos story claims that Osvaldo Aldrete Davila, the illegal-alien drug smuggler whose lies on the witness stand put two innocent Border Patrol agents in prison, has been arrested in El Paso, Texas.

For what? Drug smuggling.

Persecutor Johnny Sutton -- that arrogant, amoral puppet for Jorge Bush and his open-borders amigos -- was, naturally, crowing that he'd put Aldrete Davila in jail as soon as he had enough evidence to make it stick, and now he does.

It only took two years, despite a considerable amount of available evidence that the illegal was continuing the drug-running that put him in the way of two border agents.

In the meantime, Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean, the agents who were enforcing our laws, have spent almost 11 months in prison -- Ramos has been held in solitary confinement since the first few days of his confinement -- based on lies, evidence that was withheld from the jury in their case, and the pressure from above on Sutton and his lap pitbull, Debra Kanof, to do anything, legal or not, to get them imprisoned while the real criminal, Aldrete Davila, got free medical care and a free border pass (which he used for drug-smuggling, naturally).

I'm no lawyer, but I can't help thinking the illegal's arrest should serve as an excellent reason for Ramos and Compean to be released immediately and their convictions overturned.

If the full truth of this sickening episode is ever made public -- including those parts of the trial transcripts Sutton managed to have suppressed -- I'm reasonably certain Sutton and Kanof will be disbarred at a minimum, perhaps on their way to jail themselves. And there will be an investigation that may reach right up to the upper levels in the government, where the bidding of the corrupt Mexican government is regularly done.

And what of Aldrete Davila? I'm willing to bet that if he ever comes to trial and is found guilty, he'll do far less time than has been imposed on Ramos and Compean.

If, that is, Jorge Bush doesn't intervene and get him released.

Oh, and before I forget: what happen to crooked Senator Dianne Feinstein's boast that she would hold hearings on the Ramos-Compean case? I guess she's just too busy to deal with something as trivial as "justice."

1 comment:

John said...

No doubt he'll get off because the arresting agent...arrested him. And that is not nice.