Monday, March 26, 2007
Join us this Saturday to Free the Border Agents Ramos and Compean
FREE THE BORDER PATROL AGENTS!
This Saturday, March 31st, a group of area patriots will gather in Norristown at the corner of Main Street and Markley Streets to protest the unjust PERSECUTION and IMPRISONMENT of Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean.
Here is the story in case you aren't aware of it.
February 17, 2005Border Agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean were patrolling the Mexican border when they were alerted to an illegal border crossing. They ended up pursuing a van driven by a Mexican drug smuggler which was carrying $1,000,000 worth of drugs. They did their job chasing the smuggler who escaped across the border on foot. Later it was discovered that the drug smuggler had taken a bullet in his buttocks during the pursuit.
The drug smuggler was given immunity and brought back to the
to testify against these brave men. Due to false testimony, facts withheld from the jury and other infractions, these men are now serving 12 and 13 year sentences in prison for violating the “civil rights” of an illegal alien drug smuggler. They have been framed by our justice system. The same drug smuggler attempted to bring in a SECOND load of drugs while using the border pass issued to him by the Department of Homeland Security for the trial. He has yet to be prosecuted for this second smuggling offense. United States
January 17, 2007they began serving their sentences. Their requests to remain free pending their appeals have been denied despite the fact that both have families with small children and are most definitely not a flight risk. Their appeals have been delayed because the court transcripts required for the appeal were not released for over 10 months!
These men have been persecuted by the country they were protecting!
We ask that you let the President and Congress know that you are as outraged as we are. Please call and ask the President to pardon these men. Ask your Congressman to support HR 563, a resolution in Congress asking for the pardon of these innocent men.
White House: Phone: 202.456.1111, Fax: 202.456.2461
Alberto Gonzales: 202.514.2001
Congress: 866.340.9281 (ask for your representative)
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Here is a map link to the location for the protest. We will be there from 11am to 1pm on March 31st. There is plenty of parking in a public lot next to McDonald's and there is parking across the street at the Main Street train station (although that may not be free).
Bring your American flags, your posters protesting the incarceration of these two brave men. Demand justice for them!