144 federal agents on border investig...

144 federal agents on border investigated on corruption charges

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AREU5REAL

United States

#1 Jan 9, 2013
The journalist investigating this, Dianne Washington Valdeez, is one hell of a fine reporter. She reminds of the old school hard-nosed types who refuse to give up on the story and follow the leads wherever they go. We're lucky to have her here to expose such an important matter.
Long

El Paso, TX

#2 Jan 9, 2013
AREU5REAL wrote:
The journalist investigating this, Dianne Washington Valdeez, is one hell of a fine reporter. She reminds of the old school hard-nosed types who refuse to give up on the story and follow the leads wherever they go. We're lucky to have her here to expose such an important matter.
She is freaking fugly! How can anyone bed that woman?
AREU5REAL

United States

#3 Jan 9, 2013
Long wrote:
<quoted text>She is freaking fugly! How can anyone bed that woman?
She's native. That's the way most squaws look which is why they cover themselves with a poncho and have holes cut out near the good parts.
Getting Ahead

United States

#4 Jan 9, 2013
In the eyes of the Government there is one crime worse than corruption: It's called "doing their job." That will get them under an OIG investigation faster than corruption. Those agents that do their jobs well are not corrupt, but they get more complaints from the public because they do not let the illegal aliens and traffickers run roughshod over them. Corrupt officers seldom have any outside complaints against them, and consequently they are the ones that move up the career ladder fastest.
Long

El Paso, TX

#5 Jan 9, 2013
AREU5REAL wrote:
<quoted text>
She's native. That's the way most squaws look which is why they cover themselves with a poncho and have holes cut out near the good parts.
There cannot be anything good behind them holes!
Juan Garcia Debaca PHD

United States

#6 Jan 9, 2013
AREU5REAL wrote:
<quoted text>
She's native. That's the way most squaws look which is why they cover themselves with a poncho and have holes cut out near the good parts.
She is a Mexicunt,I do her all the time with a sock on my hand
Amen

United States

#7 Jan 10, 2013
Getting Ahead wrote:
In the eyes of the Government there is one crime worse than corruption: It's called "doing their job." That will get them under an OIG investigation faster than corruption. Those agents that do their jobs well are not corrupt, but they get more complaints from the public because they do not let the illegal aliens and traffickers run roughshod over them. Corrupt officers seldom have any outside complaints against them, and consequently they are the ones that move up the career ladder fastest.
Yep,
We ought to give a bonus to agents shooting drug thugs!

And the misguided prosecutors, using drug thugs as their witness , well,
There's a special place in hell for their deeds.
Follow up

United States

#8 Jan 10, 2013
When these agents are exonerated on the trumped up accusations,
Does the accuser get charged with perjury?
Lloyd Bronson

El Paso, TX

#9 Jan 10, 2013
Follow up wrote:
When these agents are exonerated on the trumped up accusations,
Does the accuser get charged with perjury?
Dang woman, who's palo are you licking. There are crooked agents in ALL federal agencies. That is a fact of life!
Slaps on the Wrist

United States

#10 Jan 10, 2013
If you open the web site with pics of all those rogues, and click on each one, you will find that some of them are still employed and are being subjected to only administrative punishment. That is especially true of most of those for whom no photo is provided. Others have been charged with misdemeanors and will be eligible to resume employment when they complete their probation or pre-trial diversion. Some of those fired will be seen in Government employment again in a few years. Others have simply been fined. Those that have been convicted of felonies, like Marta Garnica, received very light sentences when you consider the magnitude of their offenses.
These "slaps on the wrist" is mute testimony to the degree to which the Government is corrupt. There is still a circling of wagons when one of them gets caught. They are not unlike Mexican officials that have long opposed extradition of their criminals to the U.S.--they fear the dommino effect that might tumble all the way to the front door of the National Palace.
Any federal agent convicted of smuggling should receive a life sentence without the possibility of parole. That is what the offense of "conducting and ongoing criminal enterprise" calls for, and that is exactly what the smugglers have been doing. For those who have violated a public trust, a life sentence is not too harsh.
See the rogues' gallery at:
http://bordercorruption.apps.cironline.org/
Amen

United States

#11 Jan 10, 2013
Slaps on the Wrist wrote:
If you open the web site with pics of all those rogues, and click on each one, you will find that some of them are still employed and are being subjected to only administrative punishment. That is especially true of most of those for whom no photo is provided. Others have been charged with misdemeanors and will be eligible to resume employment when they complete their probation or pre-trial diversion. Some of those fired will be seen in Government employment again in a few years. Others have simply been fined. Those that have been convicted of felonies, like Marta Garnica, received very light sentences when you consider the magnitude of their offenses.
These "slaps on the wrist" is mute testimony to the degree to which the Government is corrupt. There is still a circling of wagons when one of them gets caught. They are not unlike Mexican officials that have long opposed extradition of their criminals to the U.S.--they fear the dommino effect that might tumble all the way to the front door of the National Palace.
Any federal agent convicted of smuggling should receive a life sentence without the possibility of parole. That is what the offense of "conducting and ongoing criminal enterprise" calls for, and that is exactly what the smugglers have been doing. For those who have violated a public trust, a life sentence is not too harsh.
See the rogues' gallery at:
http://bordercorruption.apps.cironline.org/
Bring back hanging!
petro

El Paso, TX

#12 Jan 10, 2013
AREU5REAL wrote:
The journalist investigating this, Dianne Washington Valdeez, is one hell of a fine reporter. She reminds of the old school hard-nosed types who refuse to give up on the story and follow the leads wherever they go. We're lucky to have her here to expose such an important matter.
she wouldn't happen to be your wife?
Prosecute perjury

United States

#13 Jan 11, 2013
Lloyd Bronson wrote:
<quoted text>Dang woman, who's palo are you licking. There are crooked agents in ALL federal agencies. That is a fact of life!
I witnessed a situation where an illegal smuggling criminal tossed his cell phone and wallet and then claimed it was stolen.
He filed charges against the agent.

His phone and wallet were recovered by intel and led to tons of weed interdicted.

This lying thug should have been prosecuted but for being so stupid, he was just deported,mhopefully to get his due from his smuggler buddies.

These trumped up charges interfere with the securing of our borders by wasting resources.

We ought to have a bounty for shooting smugglers.
Larry Grover

United States

#14 Jan 11, 2013
Prosecute perjury wrote:
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I witnessed a situation where an illegal smuggling criminal tossed his cell phone and wallet and then claimed it was stolen.
He filed charges against the agent.
His phone and wallet were recovered by intel and led to tons of weed interdicted.
This lying thug should have been prosecuted but for being so stupid, he was just deported,mhopefully to get his due from his smuggler buddies.
These trumped up charges interfere with the securing of our borders by wasting resources.
We ought to have a bounty for shooting smugglers.
That's how they got Libby and Liddy. They nailed their butts on this perjury deal and sent them both up the river.

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