25 March 2007

I have had quite enough of this crap

Two illegal aliens are now suing imprisoned Texas Deputy Sheriff Gilmer Hernandez for injuries from shell fragments that struck them as the officer shot at the tires of a van in which they escaped from a routine traffic stop.

Hernandez was sentenced last week to one-year plus one-day in federal prison for criminally violating the civil rights of the illegal aliens who were in a van that attempted to run over Hernandez after a traffic stop April 14, 2005, in Rocksprings, Texas. As WND reported, the federal government had recommended a seven-year prison term.

The lawyer for Deputy Hernandez said...Homeland Security "puts undue pressure on the border law enforcement officers, telling them that they are our nation's frontline of defense against another terrorist attack in New York or Washington."

"But if you make one single mistake, you may be prosecuted, sent to federal prison, and bankrupt in a civil suit," he said.

A deputy sheriff is convicted of criminally violating the "civil rights" of two "ILLEGAL ALIENS".

Two Border Patrol agents are convicted for shooting a known drug trafficker, who was granted immunity by the Federal government, in return for his testimony against the Border Patrol agents.

Is it just me, or is there a pattern developing here?
Illegal aliens don't have civil rights. Only citizens have civil rights under the Constitution.

If we continue to prosecute our LEO's for doing their job, pretty soon, they'll stop doing it. Call me crazy, but that doesn't seem like a good thing. When we run out of decent people willing to "stand the fence" to protect us from the criminal element intent on getting into this country, we cease to be a Nation of laws, and begin the slide into anarchy. Frankly, that would probably be the best thing. At least if there are no laws, we can react appropriately to any threat, without fear of being prosecuted like the LEO's.

A word of advice to the "powers that be":

One last note:
Rodriguez-Garcia and Garcia-Perez (the two illegals) are represented by James D. Doyle, III, of the law firm Kuhn, Doyle & Kuhn, P.C., in Austin, Texas.

Maybe this law firm needs a lesson in civic responsibility and manners.

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