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Old 12-21-2012, 10:49 AM   #61
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The Muslum Major slaughtered 13 American soldiers inside an American Military Base. The thoughtful Prez. did not comment go their to console the families. He said, he did not want to cause a Back Lash over religion? The Major 2 years later has not been sentenced. He is being protected because he refuses to shave his beard.
The thoughtful Prez. never mentioned gun control or violence. Border Patrol officier murdered nothing from the thoughtful Prez. The thoughtful Prez. how ever got into a nonfederal case very fast. The very thoughtful father and Prez. seems to be covering up some thing. AGAIN!
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I think this guy is getting released-

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Rumor has it that he is to be released today, no confirmation other than what his Mom is saying.

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I hope and really hope that if he's innocent that he'll go free, but there is one exmilitary that was dealing guns to the cartels in Mexico, probably a fall guy with fast and furious.......I haven't heard anything lately.......

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I expect a very large amount of money exchanged hands. The family had to pay a lawyer in Mex City $10,000 dollars to move the case forward. An other American who was released said his family paid $80,000 under the table to get him out. Don't cross that Border.

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Update: back on US soil!!!!!!!! He was released last night!

No one is saying but I agree with some of you, and I wonder how much money exchanged hands for this to happen.

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Having first hand knowledge of Mexican corruption, I would bet there isn't more to the story.
I served at Ft. Bliss, TX which is right next to border. We were told to get back to our side before dark because Juarez is a dangerous place. 2 officers ignored this & it cost them approx $500 each to get out of made up charges in 1988.

Corruption is exceedingly common and we are literally nothing more than a walking "pay day" for them. Why the US customs did not measure the barrel in the first place or advise him to ship it home to be on the safe side is a mystery to me???

Why do people go in the first place ? Cheap liquor, pharmacy drugs, leather goods, pottery etc. But as any lawyer will tell ya, when you enter a foreign country, you are taking your chances. If you get picked up for any reason be it real or imagined - be prepared to buy/bribe your way out.

Note: Mexican police do this to their own people as well but Americans are the preferred "game."
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I was in southern Cali chillin at McP's with some SEALs, I was headed into Mexico and invited them to come along. They were all like 'hell no, we're not allowed to step foot across the border.'

So instead we got really drunk and did stupid **** off the bridge that should've gotten us all thrown in jail. :-D

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That sounds normal to me. Back many years ago we would walk across the border west of El Paso, Txs with handguns and shoot Jack Rabbits. There was plenty of places to hid from the Mexican Border Patrol. Boy, was that stupid but we survived.

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