Juarez police officer asks for asylum in US

Full story: El Paso Times 75
A police officer from the violent border city of Ciudad Juarez who fled to the U.S. along with his wife and children asked for asylum Tuesday in a Dallas immigration courtroom. Full Story
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Afghan Vet

El Paso, TX

#64 Nov 24, 2010
El Santo wrote:
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No but Your mother is, up her ****! Fagbait!
No my friend. That would be your putilla daughter.
Wrong

United States

#65 Nov 24, 2010
Puppetmaster wrote:
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So we can turn a blind eye to the fact the demand comes from the USA?
I don't believe the USA is getting blamed for a Corrupt Government in Mexico. I know we have a drug issue in the US. Mexico has more Drug Addiction than the US ever thought about. These Drugs that pass through the US goes all over the World.
I agree with Amnesty but it is BS to blame the US for the problems in Mexico. Mexico has been corrupt for 100s of years, long before the demand for drugs.
Yes, I have lived in Mexico and love the people and the culture just don't like the Corruption.
El Santo

El Paso, TX

#66 Nov 24, 2010
Afghan Vet wrote:
<quoted text> No my friend. That would be your putilla daughter.
Lame, fagbait!
Afghan Vet

El Paso, TX

#67 Nov 24, 2010
El Santo wrote:
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Lame, fagbait!
Lame, oh no, not me. I believe that's your wife's nickname for your "Lame" brown azzzz.

Since: Oct 09

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#68 Nov 24, 2010
Bedrock Bob wrote:
And out drug problme must be addressed. The best way to address it would be to treat it as an addiction and a mental issue rather than a criminal issue. We hurt our society by criminalizing mental problems and we are using our prison facilities as mental institutions. This makes the problem much worse.
A typical liberal, bleeding heart mentality. While there is no dispute that there is some link between mental disorders and drug addiction (especially for those mental health patients who self-medicate), there are an equal amount of mental health patients who are NOT addicted to drugs. Treating the entire illicit drug issue as a mental health problem dismisses this fact. Additionally, studies show that the elimination of substance abuse in mental health patients minimizes the amount and degree of violent crimes committed by those patients. On the other hand, statistics that have been staring us in the face for decades do reflect the fact that drug addiction leads to a variety of criminal acts, to include violent ones.
Bedrock Bob wrote:
And as long as we glamorize the drug culture in a society where there is no opportunity we insure that our young people will grow up criminals and drug dealers. If we offered prosperity for all rather than only the elite our problems woud dissipate rapidly.
I'll tell you who is NOT glamorizing the drug culture... folks who are ridiculed for wanting our popular culture to reflect traditional family values, to take the trash out of TV and music, to take a stand for traditional marriage. Yeah, go ahead and mock our values, yet the drug use by our youth, teen pregnancy, violent crime... all this is sitting at your front porch now, isn't it? And in case you haven't noticed.. WE ALL ARE OFFERED PROSPERITY. It's in some old document called the Declaration of Independence..("We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness".... or something like that...)

Nothing is holding you back, except that person in the mirror.

Since: Oct 09

Location hidden

#69 Nov 24, 2010
Oh, and as for the violence coming to the U.S. side, I'm not naive enough to believe it's not already here. However, the difference is that over here we have the protection of something called the Second Amendment.

Good luck to you narcos wanting to exact your violence in our neighborhoods.

Cockroaches. You'll be back in your country soon enough.
tom

Guadalajara, Mexico

#70 Nov 24, 2010
send him back wrote:
mexican scum with future welfare babies, HELL NO, send him back. most mexicant cops are part of the cartel anyways and that is a proven fact.
You are the scum that makes our country look so bad to forigners.
There are decent people in Mexico that try to do the right thing.
People like you live in a hole. You have'nt a clue!
usredwhiteblue

El Paso, TX

#71 Nov 24, 2010
Leave this brow$%$%^% back to Juarez to rot!! We all know he is just another corrupt filthy cop, low life, uneducated fool! I would tell this low life to go down to Central America if he really wants to escape.....but no, they all want the easy way out...so taxpayers can pay for there welfare, medicare.... This corrupt officer should maybe think of another career down there and actually work for once!
John Cook

El Paso, TX

#72 Nov 24, 2010
I hope that the US does the right thing and give him sanctuary in the US and makes him a voice to be be heard and he can help by providing details of who's who in the Juarez Police Force and eventually bring those cowards to justice.
CHICO CHE Y LA CRISIS

El Paso, TX

#73 Nov 24, 2010
tom wrote:
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There are decent people in Mexico that try to do the right thing.
The "RIGHT Thing" is for your wealthy to STOP the slavery of your poor!!!

The "Right Thing" is civil disobedience!
The "Right Thing" is to arm yourselves!
The "Right Thing" is for the "decent people" to be judge, jury and executioner of ANYBODY trafficking dope, kidnapping and/or extorting money.

STOP running! Police, Politicians, The Wealthy, The Narcos must die, must be fire bombed, must be held accountable!

The Mexican always romanticizes Revolution well here it is and it's the ONLY thing left to Save Your Country!!!

There's my solution. You have a better one?
Canadian Living in Mexico

Mexico

#74 Nov 24, 2010
CHICO CHE Y LA CRISIS wrote:
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The "RIGHT Thing" is for your wealthy to STOP the slavery of your poor!!!
The "Right Thing" is civil disobedience!
The "Right Thing" is to arm yourselves!
The "Right Thing" is for the "decent people" to be judge, jury and executioner of ANYBODY trafficking dope, kidnapping and/or extorting money.
STOP running! Police, Politicians, The Wealthy, The Narcos must die, must be fire bombed, must be held accountable!
The Mexican always romanticizes Revolution well here it is and it's the ONLY thing left to Save Your Country!!!
There's my solution. You have a better one?
Wow, so simple.....NOT....I love how bloggers can save the world with a keyboard. The better one takes more than 3000 letters and doesn't involve revolution. Google and read some intelligent theories by American experts on ways to solve things here. Most start with the US doing something about their border control and drug dependencies though so be prepared to do your part. After that I think Mexico would be happy to sort out their issues and be left alone. Wall or whatever, control the damned border and change the immigration laws = you can't blame Mexico for either of those things.....totally in your control. Since Nixon neither Dems nor Reps have figured that out.
El Santo

El Paso, TX

#75 Nov 24, 2010
Afghan Vet wrote:
<quoted text> Lame, oh no, not me. I believe that's your wife's nickname for your "Lame" brown azzzz.
What ever but you're still...FAGBAIT! Everybody on these forums knows it.
AnchorDude

United States

#76 Nov 26, 2010
the answer should be NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO

no more asylum.

revoke the ones already given.

send all these people back.

if they are asking for asylum, they had something to do with creating the problem and the corruption.

INS, your answer should be NO

flex some of that muscle you all claim to have.

I personally think you guys are weak.

But show your balls.

Say NO
England

Blairgowrie, UK

#77 Nov 29, 2010
If it was not for all the drug addicts in the US, there would be no problems in Mexico. All they are doing is making money off all the "SCUM OF THE EARTH" american drug users. Try focusing on them, this may change the problems that the Mexican people are having!!!! IDIOTS!!!!!!!!
Chip

El Paso, TX

#78 Nov 29, 2010
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Do every kind of test to see how legitimate
this person's character portrays? drug, lie,
background, and whatever else is needed?

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