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Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Support Jesus Diaz US Border Patrol Agent jailed for doing his job......

Support US Border Patrol Agent
Jesus Diaz
Doing your job shouldn't be a reason for going to prison.
The piece of shit that he busted got a visa, immunity 
and a pass to Mexico to do it all again.
They say he lied about what happened...  
Look at the "truths" coming out of Washington D.C. these days.
Just my opinion, I'll keep you posted.... Jeff/TOR
...from World Net Daily.
"It's amazing to think that the federal government and the Justice Department in particular, under your leadership, continued with a case against one of our nation's own Border Patrol officers that ended with an excessive two-year prison term for restraining a smuggler," U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter wrote to Holder.

"The incident involving Agent [Jesus] Diaz would have been far better suited for an administrative decision on the part of his immediate superiors. It's certainly not worthy of such a disproportionate prison term," he continued. "After what happened with [Ignacio] Ramos and [Jose] Compean, and now with the details of Operation Fast and Furious coming to light, the case against Agent Diaz is troubling.


House GOP challenge Border Patrol agent's sentence
Washington Times
Border Patrol agents found more than 150 pounds of marijuana at the arrest site. In the letter, the lawmakers noted that Diaz had been cleared of any ...

Washington Times
Hunter Asks President for Explanation of Border Agent's Prison Term
... have asked the president to justify a US border agent's two-year prison term ... the Justice Department's prosecution of Border Patrol Agent Jesus Diaz, ...
Was Border Agent Jailed on Flimsy Evidence?
Family Security Matters
Agent Jesus E. Diaz, who was jailed for 24 months last month for depriving a ... occurred after the prosecution of Border Patrol Agents Ramos and Compean. ...

Smuggling suspect got immunity in case of convicted border agent
Washington Times
He said Border Patrol agents spotted them, and he was placed under arrest. In Spanish, the teenager wrote that Diaz used excessive force, lifted both his ...
Rep. Gosar Leads Charge In Call for Accountability for ATF Fast ...
Prescott eNews
Since the tragic death of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, at least eleven .... Several weeks ago, Agent Jesus Diaz was sentenced to two years in prison for ...
GOP members call on Eric Holder to quit
Immigration Blog
By Jerry Seper The union that represents US Border Patrol agents is ... as an “exorbitant waste of time” the prosecution of Agent Jesus E. Diaz Jr., ...
Government demands immediate payment from jailed Border Patrol agent
Washington Times
By Stephen Dinan The Justice Department this week sent a follow-up notice demanding former Border Patrol Agent Jesus E. Diaz Jr.'s family immediately pay a nearly $7000 fine and imposing a lien on his property, even though he remains in prison unable ...
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 Political frameup? How jailed border agent got shafted
Hunter has warned, "The prosecution of Agent Diaz sets a dangerous precedent and creates unnecessary confusion among law enforcement on the border. We must not send a message to the men and woman of the US Border Patrol, as well as the smugglers and ...
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Govt. fines jailed Border Patrol agent's family
Washington Times
By Stephen Dinan After successfully winning a two-year prison sentence against US Border Patrol Agent Jesus E. Diaz Jr., the Justice Department is now trying to collect a $6870 fine from his wife, saying it should be paid “immediately” — even though ...
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Washington Times
President of the United States of Mexamerica
A US Border Patrol agent has just been sentenced to two years in prison—for improperly lifting the arms of a Mexican national caught smuggling drugs across the border. Was the drug runner beaten? Not according to the Jesus E. Diaz Jr., the agent in ...
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Demand end to Justice Department's persecution of officers protecting America
"We, the undersigned, demand that the 112th Congress immediately secure a full pardon and restitution for US Border Patrol Agent Jesus Diaz. We likewise demand an end to the perversity of the Obama Justice Department which, influenced by Mexican ...
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