Rewarding The Bad Guy?
Is our government at war with the Border Patrol?
David Sipe is a once convicted criminal who can honestly say he “didn’t do it.”Rewarding the bad guy and punishing the good guy. Ramos and Compean aren't the first and they damn sure won't be the last. I genuinely believe our government is at war with it's people, they are trying to intimidate Americans into ceding the government power it is not entitled to. Root and branch folks, root and branch, It's time to clean out the temple and scourge the tax gatherers.
“Relief. Relief. After 7 years, it’s gone. It’s over.”
The ex-border patrol agent gets a 2001 guilty verdict overturned in his retrial for civil rights violations against a smuggler. The incident dates back to April of 2000 in Penitas.
“He was striking me in the side… he was very close to my weapon… and I had to do what I could to control the situation as fast as I could.”
Fearing for his life, David subdues the smuggler by hitting him with his flashlight. It results in staples to the smugglers head. A border patrol investigation is launched and deems his actions inappropriate– even illegal.
“I don’t know how they’re able to do that… but I don’t think that’s fair.”
Neither did a jury who overturns his conviction from the first trial against him.
David says the government, who he faithfully worked under for nearly 4 years, turns its back on him while rolling out the red carpet, as he puts it, for the illegals turned witnesses.
“They got to stay here and work in our country.”
The smuggler even gets a government settlement.
“80 thousand dollars… he now has his own ranch in Mexico.’
As for David– he doesn’t collect a thing. In fact, his life and family gets ripped apart.
“My house foreclosed on after having to file bankruptcy, my children having to live through this… of course my wife divorcing me.”
Through it all, he says, justice is served. And while most about David is forever changed one thing returns and it’s most important thing to him of all.
“I have my freedom back. I’m a man of honor again.”
What lead to this morning’s “not guilty” verdict reversal against the former border patrol agent? Turns out his attorney says the prosecution in the first trial suppressed evidence and lied about benefits given to “Alien” witnesses.
Attorney Jack Wolfe explains.
“They with-held evidence about their witnesses who had prior convictions…they didn’t tell us… they were supposed to tell us. In fact, they told us that they had no witnesses with convictions.”
A new trial was granted and David Sipe’s conviction was thrown out. As a result, Sipe is a free man and fighting to get his job back.
H/T immigration watchdog
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