Here We Go Again!
Source: Washington Times
A Texas deputy sheriff [Guillermo F. Hernandez, "Gilmer"] who fired shots at a fleeing vehicle after the driver tried to run him down faces 10 years in prison for injuring one of the passengers, a Mexican national being smuggled illegally into the United States... The deputy's boss, Sheriff Donald G. Letsinger, said his officer -- who had been on the job for a year -- "followed the letter of the law" in defending himself in the April 2005 incident and questioned why the government brought charges...As Frank Pierce, VP of the NBPC told me in our interview...
"El Paso is like being in Mexico," Mr. Pierce said when I asked how this kind of thing could happen. He also felt the link between local El Paso politicos and Mexican drug cartels was a bit too close for comfort. "Drug cartels have gained control of El Paso."And that prosecutor's name? None other than big bad Johnny Sutton! I crap you negative!
He went on to explain that agents Ramos and Compean weren't the first federal agents to find themselves in trouble in El Paso. "Four or five federal agents have been indicted in El Paso and found themselves facing the same prosecutor and judge."
Toot-Toot! What's that sound boys and girls? Why, I believe it's the Johnny Sutton Line warming up for another Railroading!
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