Thursday, February 01, 2007

El Paso lawyer will be representing Aldrete-Davila - Mexican Drug Smuggler

Here is the El Paso judge who will be helping Aldrete-Davila, the Mexican drug smuggler in the Compean Ramos Border Agent travesty, SUE THE US GOVERNMENT FOR $5 MILLION DOLLARS. This is hush money folks...

Walter L. Boyaki
Firm: Miranda & Boyaki

Address: 4621 Pershing Dr.
El Paso, TX 79903-1017
Map & Directions

Phone: (915) 566-8688
Fax: (915) 566-5906

Perhaps we should all let him know how we feel about his TREASON. It is preposterous to allow a foreign national sue our government. I am sure there are precedents where this was not allowed. We need to dig these cases up and put an end to this insanity now

On the other hand if it is allowed to continue and the government maybe gets OJ Simpson's lawyer, we have a chance to uncover the TRUTH in this case and blow the freaking lid off it and get the agents out of prison, and uncover the trail of corruption starting in El Paso and ending in the White House.

OK here we go.. a precedent where the judge THREW OUT a lawsuit by a foreign national

"Last February, US District Judge David Trager threw out the case, citing "national-security and foreign-policy considerations." Judge Trager also said Arar, as a foreign national, lacks standing in a US court."

http://newstandardnews.net/content/index.cfm/items/3978

And let's not forget Proposition 102 recently passed in Arizona which states:

PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF ARIZONA; AMENDING ARTICLE II, CONSTITUTION OF ARIZONA, BY ADDING SECTION 35; RELATING TO STANDING IN CIVIL ACTIONS.
TEXT OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT
Be it resolved by the Senate of the State of Arizona, the House of Representatives concurring:
1. Article II, Constitution of Arizona, is proposed to be amended by adding section 35 as follows if approved by the voters and on proclamation of the Governor:
35. Actions by illegal aliens prohibited
A PERSON WHO IS PRESENT IN THIS STATE IN VIOLATION OF FEDERAL IMMIGRATION LAW RELATED TO IMPROPER ENTRY BY AN ALIEN SHALL NOT BE AWARDED PUNITIVE DAMAGES IN ANY ACTION IN ANY COURT IN THIS STATE.
2. The Secretary of State shall submit this proposition to the voters at the next general election as provided by article XXI, Constitution of Arizona.

ANALYSIS BY LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL
A person who wins a civil lawsuit may receive two types of damages-compensatory and punitive. Compensatory damages are awarded to compensate the injured party for the injuries sustained by making good or replacing the loss caused by the injury. Punitive damages are awarded in excess of compensatory damages to punish the person sued for a serious wrong and to discourage others from engaging in similar wrongful conduct.
Proposition 102 would prohibit a person who wins a civil lawsuit from receiving punitive damages if the person is present in this state in violation of federal immigration law related to improper entry.

http://www.azsos.gov/election/2006/Info/PubPamphlet/Sun_Sounds/english/Prop102.htm

ARGUMENTS "FOR" PROPOSITION 102
Ballot argument FOR Proposition 102
(standing in civil actions) Illegal aliens can not be allowed to exploit our court system. Winners in a civil lawsuit receive two types of rewards: They can be compensated for their losses or they may receive punitive damages in addition to compensation. This referendum properly denies illegal immigrants from receiving punitive damages or rewards in any civil lawsuit. It makes no sense for a person who breaks the law by illegally entering and remaining illegally in the United States to profit from a civil proceeding. Plain and simple: courts of law should not reward lawbreakers. We discourage illegal immigration when it is broadly known that the courts of Arizona will not overlook any person's illegal status. By enacting this referendum we discourage illegal aliens from suing American citizens with the expectation of receiving big rewards.
The Honorable Russell Pearce, Arizona House of Representatives, Mesa
Paid for by "Russell Pearce 2004"

Vote to Curb Lawsuit Abuse, Vote YES on Proposition 102. As the official legal analysis states above, Proposition 102 would only prohibit a person who wins a civil lawsuit from receiving punitive damages if the person is a foreign national who entered the U.S. in violation of federal immigration law. While this proposition does not establish any other limits on lawsuits to recover damages, it is a sensible first step in curbing lawsuit abuse and much more remains to be done to restore fairness to our tort system. Proposition 102 is a common sense reform that would start Arizona down the path of a more comprehensive reform of our civil litigation environment and the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry urges Arizonans to vote YES on Proposition 102.

Steve Twist, Chairman of Board of Director, Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Scottsdale
James J. Apperson, President & CEO, Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Scottsdale
Paid for by "Arizona Chamber of Commerce"

United States Code Section 1325 states that any person who enters or attempts to enter the United States illegally is in violation of federal law and is subject to prosecution under that law. We have had occasion in this state where an activist judge has taken the private property from a citizen - who took reasonable strong action to protect that property from illegal incursion - and actually given the property to the illegal alien. This type of action by activist judges should be an affront to all Arizonans. It is obvious that we must enact Constitutional protection against this outrageous judicial action. This ballot measure is a reasonable protection for private property rights in Arizona. With over a million people annually crossing private the private properties of Arizona citizens killing livestock and security animals, damaging water tanks, destroying pristine desert preserves and threatening the safety and security of our citizens, we must make sure that the victim of this onslaught are not further victimized by the black robed arbiters appointed to the court by a liberal governor. I strongly support this common-sense Ballot Measure referred for your consideration by your elected representatives and senators. I ask you to join me in voting YES on this measure to protect all Arizonans from one more of the side effects of illegal immigration. **Paid for by Goldwater for Governor Committee.**
Don Goldwater, Goldwater for Governor, Laveen

Voters in Arizona were overwhelmingly FOR Proposition 102 in the November 2006 elections

PROPOSITION 102
YES * 1,102,237
NO 382,714

and it is now amended to the Arizona constitution

http://www.azleg.gov/legtext/47leg/2r/bills/scr1001h.pdf

Are we going to let Texas rape our country with this frivolous lawsuit by a Mexican drug smuggler who was CAUGHT with the drugs not once but twice and he is a career drug smuggler since he was 14 years old. HE should be in prison NOT Compean and Ramos and I think HELL should rain down on this lawyer if he takes on this case against OUR government.. more illegal aliens taking MORE MONEY out of our pockets.

WHEN WILL WE SAY ENOUGH IS ENOUGH PEOPLE???

WHEN WILL YOU ALL TAKE TO THE STREETS AND BE OUTRAGED???

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