Gonzales Team dissappointed in 1 year prison sentence for Texas Deputy…Will Sutton be the next to be Benched?

21 03 2007

Cross posted from    STIKNSTEIN…has no mercy

Does Sutton have what it takes to advance to the next round?
A Satire by stikNstein……or maybe not…..

By Jerome R. Corsi
© 2007 WorldNetDaily.com

The federal government has recommended a seven-year prison term for Gilmer Hernandez, a Texas deputy sheriff who drew grass-roots support after he was convicted for violating the civil rights of a fleeing illegal alien,
Hernandez, 25, was prosecuted by U.S. Attorney Johnny Sutton, whose office last year also won convictions and 11- and 12-year prison sentences for U.S. Border Patrol Agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Alonso Compean, who shot a drug-smuggling suspect in the buttocks as he fled back into Mexico.

A Justice Department spokesman might have said:
“Johnny has been our go to guy all year. We’ve always been able to count on him to do whatever it takes to win a conviction for us…When the game was on the line, he had what it takes to run up the score and send the right message to those law enforcement types we’re up against.

But adding:
” We are deeply disappointed in Sutton’s poor performance in not getting the judge to impose the 7 year penalty the Mexican Consulate needed in this last game. It appears that Mr. Sutton has allowed American Justice to get in the way of the will of the Mexican Government in this very important game. We’ve been lucky so far…..the judges have been with us and we’ve been getting the calls. But the numbers seem to slipping.

Assistant Coach U.S. Attorney Bill Baumann, who headed the prosecution team, presented the court with photos of the injured woman and urged U.S. District Judge Robert T. Dawson to impose a sentence (of 7 years) that fit Hernandez’s crime. SOURCE

Possibly adding:
“We did manage to squeek out a one year sentence for Deputy Hernandez, but I understand those of our supporters who wonder if we really have what it takes to win and advance to the next round of prosecutions. Sutton may be 4 and 0, but he needs to keep the pressure on. We need to be sending out a message of real intimidation to the American Law Enforcement team. One that our fans and supporters back home in Mexico and the Justice Department can be proud of. Now is not the time to be soft.”

Defense Coaches and their supporters had a different perspective:

Defense attorney Parks told the judge that sheriff’s office deputies, especially ones working in poor, rural areas like Edwards County, are under constant duress from U.S. Homeland Security directives that make them the front line of defense in protecting the U.S. from terrorists.
“Gilmer Hernandez never believed he would be in a courtroom as a criminal defendant,” Parks said. “When I look at Gilmer, I see a guy who dreamed of being in a courtroom on the witness stand, a man who wanted to beat the bad guys.”

Gonzales was thought to have noted:
We expect Sutton and his team to handle the pressure…….
“We are in the middle of MARCH MADNESS……Our prosecutors should be peaking….. Now is not the time for our Key Government players to be leaving anything on the floor. We can’t view this weak sentence as anything but poor in the court performance.”
If Sutton is not willing to put out the effort to get the convictions we need , I’ll bench him and find somebody who is willing to play……..
This is not the NIT you know!


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