I think the authorities on both sides have much more to be embarrassed about than a criminal being kidnapped and turned over to authorities by a private individual.
However, bounty hunters are not above the law, and if they break them, they have to face the consequences like anyone else. The fact that they're chasing supposed bad guys doesn't give them any special privileges.
Dog's mistake was in failing to bribe the proper authorities before making the grab. On the other hand, he can probably get out of jail time in Mexico if he makes the bribes now. It will just cost him more.
posted on 02/16/2007 12:30:05 PM PST
by Dog Gone
To: Dog Gone
This story has me wondering...I have heard so many different things about this case. Why don't we just tell Mexico no? A plain & simple no we will not give him over. They don't give us every person we ask them for. This has gotten to be so stupid. Sometimes I wonder if half of it isn't for publicity. I don't see why the US should give him over to Mexico and I hope they don't.
posted on 02/16/2007 12:39:09 PM PST
( zero tolerance to the will of Allah ...... dilligaf? with an efg.....)
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