Skip to comments.Border Agents Plead for 'Christmas Pardon.'
Posted on 12/29/2006 3:13:42 AM PST by T.L.Sink
Jose Alonso Compean and Ignacio Ramos, were sentenced to 12 years and 11 years, respectively, in October by U.S. District Court Judge Kathleen Cardone in El Paso, Texas. The drug smuggler was granted immunity for his testimony.
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President Bush, these brave (and not paid nearly enough) men were DOING THEIR JOB!
PARDON THEM NOW!!!!!!!!!!
A pardon for these men doesn't fit in with the President's immigration agenda.
True. What I'd like to know is when was Mexico made our 51st state?
Cui bono? Perhaps some investigation into the prosecutor and/or Judge Kathleen for suborning perjury (oops, granting "immunity" for testimony) might reveal something about a sordid miscarriage of justice.
What I'd like to know is the whole story. Who persued finding the drug smuggler in Mexico, provided immunity for testimony, and for what reason?
Bush could have stopped this nonsense a long time ago if he wanted to.
Does it not seem like only those who have big $ connections seem to wrangle a pardon? ...like when Clinton was giving or selling pardons at the end of his term? Here we have a genuine miscarriage of justice that seems to be falling on deaf ears in the Bush Administration. Of course no news person will ask a question to raise the issue to the highest levels. ...plain disappointing, disheartening, and disgusting!
Why didn't the President pardon them immediately?
Johnny Sutton, US Attorney responsible for prosecuting Compean and Ramos and giving away the store to the alien drug runner.
Mr. Sutton also serves as the chairman of the Attorney Generals Advisory Committee (AGAC) which plays a significant role in determining policies and programs of the Department and in carrying out the national goals set by the President and the Attorney General. The AGAC consists of 17 members appointed by the Attorney General and represents different judicial circuits, various-sized offices, and expertise. Mr. Sutton also serves on the Border and Immigration Law Enforcement Subcommittee of the AGAC.
US Attorney Johnny SuttonPrior to becoming United States Attorney, Mr. Sutton served as an Associate Deputy Attorney General at the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., and as a Policy Coordinator for the Bush-Cheney Transition Team assigned to the Department of Justice. Mr. Sutton served as the Criminal Justice Policy Director for then-Governor George W. Bush from 1995-2000, advising the Governor on all criminal justice issues,* with specific oversight in the areas of criminal law, prison capacity and management, parole operations and legislative initiatives. Prior to his service in the Governors office, Mr. Sutton worked as a criminal trial prosecutor in the Harris County District Attorneys Office (Houston, Texas) for eight years.
As a prosecutor, he was lead trial counsel in over sixty felony cases, including numerous capital murder, aggravated robbery, and sexual assault cases. He is fluent in Spanish, having appeared as a television commentator for the Spanish language network Univision during the Selena homicide trial.
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Thanks. Good info.