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  1. dbcook

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    i read in usa today that 35 congressman {34 are republican} are questioning bush & his cronies in the white house why after several months the white house never iniated extradition hearings with mexico about extradicting the mexican that ran over & killed a us border patrol agent. after being in a mexican jail for several months {&bush & his cronies knew he was in jail} on an unrelated charge,the mexican govt released this man because the united states had not iniated extradiction procedures against the man. if this had been a demograt jbrooks, brian in oregon, ictrapshooter, paladin & several others would have been all over this like stink on crap. but nary a word out of them on this matter. oh well. dwain ps.i may have misspelled a couple words but you get the picture
     
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    So..........the White House is an enforcement agency?

    I nver went to law school, but I think the responsibility here is on the jurisdiction the incident happened in.

    I think you should call Obama, he's been acting like he runs the country already.

    HM
     
  3. hreinke

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    DBC61451

    You are right and so is 1/2 mile. Why would you ask a draft dodger, and a coke head, to do anything for you except get you a beer? Obama will be running the country after Nov.
     
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    Well one thing we know for sure.

    It is not because he is to busy playing "Dip the Cigar"

    Bob Lawless
     
  5. dbcook

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    i could be wrong. but i think the border patrol are federal employees .that is why the federal govt should have been involved. dwain
     
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    Bob When did dipping his cigar have anything to do with running the country except when the idiots decited to impeach him and waste tax payers dollars? We were in a boom economy, look at us now after 7 years of the draft dodger
     
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    This thread and most of the posting herein qualify as the stupidest to date. You win the prize.
     
  8. dbcook

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    must have touched a nerve with birdogs.lol.lol. dwain
     
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    MEXICO CITY POSTED: 10:12 am PST January 28, 2008 -- A man suspected of running over and killing a U.S. border agent has been held over for trial in Mexico on suspicion of migrant smuggling.


    The federal Attorney General's office announced late Sunday that a judge had ordered a trial for Jesus Navarro, 22. It did not say when his ruling was issued.


    Mexican officials said they also believe that Navarro ran over U.S. border agent Luis Aguilar in Imperial County, on Jan. 19, but are still gathering evidence in that case.

    Aguilar, 32, was killed while trying to put spike strips in front of a Hummer that was fleeing other agents in the Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area. Officials said Navarro was allegedly driving a Hummer full of drugs on when he struck and killed Aguilar.

    It was unclear if Mexican prosecutors were also pursuing drug smuggling charges against Navarro.

    Navarro was arrested Jan. 22. He is being held in a Mexicali prison.

    Mexican officials have not said whether the U.S. has formally requested his extradition. Mexican law usually requires that suspects face justice in Mexico before being they can be extradited. A spokeswoman for the U.S. attorney in San Diego declined to comment, citing an ongoing investigation.

    Archive for Thursday, June 26, 2008
    Mexican officials free slaying suspect

    U.S. officials have expressed shock that a Mexican judge had freed a man imprisoned in connection with the death of a U.S. Border Patrol agent in California this year, according to a statement issued Wednesday by Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff.

    Border Patrol Agent Luis Aguilar was killed Jan. 19 near the Imperial Sand Dunes in Imperial County as he was trying to stop two vehicles that had entered the U.S. illegally. One of the vehicles struck Aguilar as he was laying down a spike strip to stop it from escaping across the border.

    Jesus Navarro Montes, a Mexican national, was arrested three days later in northern Mexico in connection with the killing and had been held over for trial there on migrant smuggling charges. The circumstances of his recent release from a Mexicali prison could not be determined Wednesday.

    “We are working with a determined Mexican government and our Department of Justice to seek swift justice for the Aguilar murder,” Chertoff said in a statement. “We have also assured Agent Aguilar’s family that every resource is being called upon in the relentless pursuit of justice.”

    T.J. Bonner, president of the National Border Patrol Council, the union representing border agents, expressed disbelief when told of Montes’ release. “How can a guy who murdered one of our law enforcement agents just be released like that?”

    Bonner said it was his understanding that Montes was released without any restrictions. “He could be anywhere by now,” he said.

    Authorities believe Montes left Mexicali in Baja California in a Hummer carrying drugs and headed across sand dunes into the U.S., according to Mexico’s federal attorney general’s office and Public Safety Department.

    Border Patrol agents saw the vehicles on Interstate 8 and pursued them. After Aguilar was struck, Montes continued across the border into Mexico and drove to Mexicali, where he gave the Hummer to accomplices for safekeeping, according to the attorney general’s office.

    Chertoff has cited the border agent’s killing as an example of rising border violence, which he attributes to the increased desperation of smugglers and drug traffickers trying to get their goods into the U.S. Chertoff had previously praised the Mexican government’s cooperation in tracking down Aguilar’s killer.

    In Washington on Wednesday, Mexican government spokesman Ricardo Alday said, “The United States, to this date, has presented neither a provisional order of arrest for Mr. Navarro Montes nor a formal extradition request.”
     
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