Texas D.A. Reveals the Feds new “Don’t Catch, Or Else” Border Policy

19 01 2007

In a tough but informative video , a Texas District Attorney explained the Bush Administration’s new “Dont Look…Don’t Catch” policy of Border Security.

Referring to a pair of Agents just incarcerated, Federal Prosecutor Johnny Sutton could have been saying,
“As Federal Law Enforcement Officers, we have to be vigilant. We have laws and rules of engagement specifically designed to protect and preserve the rights of illegal aliens and drug runners coming to our Country from our good neighbor from the south. We expect those tasked with protecting our country from them to be hamstrung by these laws. How many more Drug Runners might have been caught by these rogue agents? These men willfully violated our long standing policy of working with the Mexican Government to provide immunity, medical care, safe and humane treatment, maps, expenses,and ACLU contacts to all immigrant Drug Smugglers.

“What do we have to do, take away their bullets like we do to the National Guard?”


Click pic to go to the Video

Assistant U.S. Attorney Debra Kanof said, Ramos and Compean had no business chasing someone in the first place.
“It is a violation of Border Patrol regulations to go after someone who is fleeing,” she said.

“This Policy has actually been in effect for several years, but the Mexican Government has put it’s foot down and we have no other choice now, but to vigorously enforce it.” Federal D.A. Johnny Sutton could have said on the O’Reilly Factor.
“Why just this past Tuesday we got a warning from Mexican President Calderon…..

MEXICO CITY – The Mexican government sent a diplomatic note to the United States on Tuesday protesting the fatal shooting of a Mexican immigrant by a U.S. Border Patrol agent.
The note, presented by the Mexican Embassy in Washington, relayed “the Mexican government’s firm condemnation” of the shooting and its “serious concern over the recurrence of this type of incident,” according to a Foreign Relations Department news release.
The diplomatic note underscored Mexico’s demand that the U.S. conduct “an exhaustive investigation” and punish whoever is responsible, the release said.

A group of seven people were crossing the desert and the agent took six of them into custody without incident, authorities said.
But the agent and Dominguez-Rivera began fighting, authorities said. The agent, who believed his life was in danger, shot and killed the man, the Border Patrol said

In a statement inferred by The Department of Homeland Security:
” We want to assure the Mexican Government that those of us responsible for seeing that our immigration laws are NOT enforced, will now, and in the future, aggressively charge, convict, and incarcerate Border Agents as fast as we can. And furthermore, we will pursue any and all persons who attempt to enforce our laws with all the power the Federal Government can muster.
We hope this will send a message to all Border Patrol Agents, You are not above the law…….
……….Only drug smugglers we grant immunity to, are above the law……
and Meat packers,
and landscapers…..
restaurant workers,
hotel chains and their employees….
and agricultural workers……
oh yeah…..Builders and construction workers are above the law,
and nannies…..and the rich folks who hire them……
and all seasonal businesses are above the law too…..
and any business that participates in the basic pilot program…..
and any city that chooses to make itself a sanctuary city…..
and let’s not forget the thousands of poor struggling landlords and slumlords around the country…..
and most Corporations (who have kept up with their campaign donations)…….
and Congress, and the President….by not enforcing the law, have clearly established their right to be above the law as well…….

Miguel Chertoff announced today:
“Law enforcement agencies across the country will be receiving THIS video produced by the Department of Homeland Security detailing the procedures we expect them to be following with regard to all immigration incidents.


This was a production of The Coalition Against Illegal Immigration
If you would like to participate, please go to the above link to learn more. Afterwards, email the coalition and let us know at what level you would like to participate.




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