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Skip to comments.Jon Hammar, Marine jailed in Mexico, to be released from prison today
Posted on 12/21/2012 8:27:48 AM PST by EDINVA
DEVELOPING: Jon Hammar, the U.S. Marine who has been in a Mexican prison since August on a dubious weapon charge is being released today, his father confirmed to FoxNews.com.
Jon Hammar Sr. said during a flight layover in Houston that he was on his way to get his son, after he and his wife Olivia received a call Thursday night from their attorney, Eddie Varon-Levy telling them their son was going to be released.
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Oh thats right - he didn't lift a finger to help this guy.
Bill O’Reilly made a threat and got results. Not bad for Ted Baxter.
Good timing. And no thanks to Billary, obama or anyone but the Family, their Attorney and worthwhile news coverage.
A thank you is due to some of our congressmen for their work to get this man released, including Duncan Hunter.
I hope the lesson this kid takes away from his experience is that,particularly when entering a Fourth World lawless cesspool like Mexico,it’s not a wise idea to attempt to take *any* firearm with you,regardless of how harmless you think it is and regardless of the Second Amendment rights we might have here.Hell,I wouldn’t attempt to enter a hellhole like Mexico...a nation where every cop,every border guard and every judge is crooked and on the take (if not an actual psychopathic murderer)...with a pack of chewing gum.
Wow! Great news. God is Good!
Are the Mexicanz confiscating his gun and RV?
I wouldn’t go to Mexico.
> I wouldnt go to Mexico.
I would, if I was going as part of an expeditionary force to wipe out the cartels, seize Mexico and make it a territory.
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