This is America – Honoring convicted felons on the 4th of July

This is America! Where convicted felons, liars and cowards both are hailed as heroes by those who disguise their xenophobia and bigotry by referring to themselves as “Patriots”! Former Border Patrol Agents and convicted felons Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean are being honored at a Fourth of July BBQ and parade in Southern California, at Camp Vigilence, owned by the radical extremist group Minuteman Civil…

Ramos and Compean Released from Prison

Former U.S. border patrol agents and now convicted felons Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean were released from prison Tuesday, but will remain in a community confinement program until March 20, U.S. Bureau of Prison officials said. The two agents had been in prison since 2007. President George W. Bush commuted their sentences before he left office. Traci Billingsley, bureau of prisons spokeswoman, said Tuesday that…

Bush commutes sentences of Ramos and Compean

In a move not unexpected, President Bush today commuted the sentences of Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean. Their sentences will now expire on March 20 of this year Bush has been cautious in his use of pardon powers, and particularly careful when it comes to commutations of prison terms. A pardon is an official forgiveness of a crime (typically requested at least five years after…

Why Ramos and Compean Should NOT be Pardoned

As you know, I’ve followed the case of Jose Compean and Ignacio Ramos from the gitgo and my opinion, as I have stated here many times has not changed. As my email has been flooded with links to people DEMANDING pardons for these two, and my disgust at the stupidity of these people rises, I sat here contemplating how to put in my dos centavos.…

Ramos and Compean lose once again before the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals

Convicted Felons and former Border Patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean lost another appeal Thursday. The U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans refused to reconsider the ruling a three-judge panel had issued in late July that affirmed most of the charges against Ignacio Ramos and Jose Alonso Compean. The men shot Osvaldo Aldrete Davila of Mexico, hitting the unarmed smuggler in…

Push to free convicted felons Ramos and Compean renewed

An interesting and neutral article regarding the renewed attempts to free convicted felons Ramos and Compean appeared in todays San Antonio Express News The article confirms what I have said all along here about the involvement of Ignacio Ramos’ father in law in successfully having this case tried in the court of public opinion which did nothing to help the cause of justice and quit…

Osvaldo Aldrete Davila sentenced for 2005 smuggling incidentb

EL PASO – Osvaldo Aldrete Davila was sentenced to 9 1/2 years Wednesday for smuggling more than 100 kilos of marijuana in 2005. U.S. District Judge Kathleen Cardone sentenced Aldrete-Davila of Ciudad Juarez as a result of his guilty plea in the 2005 incident Jusdge Cardone ironically, was the Judge who presided at the trial of Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean in 2006. Ramos and…

As expected, Osvaldo Aldrete Davila, denied bail!

Months after being shot by a pair of U.S. Border Patrol agents, an admitted Mexican drug smuggler was back in the United States driving loads of marijuana, a U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency investigator said Thursday. DEA Agent Robert Holguin testified at a bond hearing that Osvaldo Aldrete Davila, the smuggler shot during a failed smuggling attempt in 2005, has been connected to at least two…

Caught again – Osvaldo Aldrete Davila

FEDERAL ATTORNEY’S STATEMENT of the arrest of Aldrete-Davila Ok, they got him, and he is facing 5 to 40 years in a Federal lockup! enough said. The upcoming proceedings should bear out what Johnny Sutton has been saying about his desire to prosecute this man. Before, Convict’s Ramos and Campeon’s action in lying, destroying evidence and falsifying reports, made it impossible for the government to…

Bush won’t get involved in Ramos, Compean review

Good for you Mr. President! These two “heroes of the right” these two convicted felons, who were convicted for lying and trying to cover up their crime, are right where they deserve to be. Perhaps a commutation of their sentence, say half off, would be appropriate when you leave the White House, but no is not the time. Read the totally biased report here

Lawmakers press AG nominee on convicted felons Ramos and Campeon

WASHINGTON — Attorney General-designate Michael Mukasey is under pressure from some in Congress to review the case of two Border Patrol agents convicted of shooting a Mexican drug dealer. Forty-five lawmakers, led by Rep. John Culberson, R-Texas, and Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif., sent a letter to Mukasey on Tuesday contending that previous reviews of the prosecution of Ignacio Ramos and Jose Alonso Compean were not…