Jabin Bogan, Dallas Trucker Accused Of Smuggling, Freed From Mexican Jail

Nov 25, 2012 Full story: The Huffington Post 35

A Dallas trucker imprisoned for seven months in Mexico on accusations that he tried to smuggle assault rifle ammunition into the country broke down in tears Friday when he returned to the U.S., saying he had at times given up hope.

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Big b

Tyler, TX

#1 Nov 25, 2012
God bless you and loved ones. Glad you made it.
Texan Against Mexico

United States

#2 Nov 28, 2012
Glad you made it out safe and with all your limbs. Mexico proves how corrupt it is by making you pay a fine and have supervised release even after the lies and misrepresentation of facts were perpetrated by their law enforcement goons. I would say F#$K their making you check in to them but I wouldn't put it past them issuing a warrant and our current government extraditing you back there. Write a book and make some money and NEVER EVER go near that corrupt stinkhole of a country again.
Mr Harper De La O

El Monte, CA

#3 Nov 28, 2012
What a cry baby, 30 years isn't even that long.
to funny

El Monte, CA

#4 Nov 28, 2012
Texan Against Mexico wrote:
Glad you made it out safe and with all your limbs. Mexico proves how corrupt it is by making you pay a fine and have supervised release even after the lies and misrepresentation of facts were perpetrated by their law enforcement goons. I would say F#$K their making you check in to them but I wouldn't put it past them issuing a warrant and our current government extraditing you back there. Write a book and make some money and NEVER EVER go near that corrupt stinkhole of a country again.
He cried for hid mommy like a little chimp
Sirius

Querétaro, Mexico

#5 Nov 29, 2012
I think that his case should serve as a warning for people that wants to smuggle weapons to Mexico.

The penalties and the enforcement of that should grow.

This black man cried "that he felt not safe, among so many spanish-speaking people", he didn't knew what they were saying. Probably should all study English in Mexico for his benefit.

I don't want to be racist. But this idiot should be grateful that Mexican authorities finally bought his lame excuses.

Regards.
What

El Paso, TX

#6 Nov 29, 2012
Sirius wrote:
I think that his case should serve as a warning for people that wants to smuggle weapons to Mexico.
The penalties and the enforcement of that should grow.
This black man cried "that he felt not safe, among so many spanish-speaking people", he didn't knew what they were saying. Probably should all study English in Mexico for his benefit.
I don't want to be racist. But this idiot should be grateful that Mexican authorities finally bought his lame excuses.
Regards.
You got that right. That negro must have cried like a little girl. He was probably also raped during his short stint in a Mexican jail.

I truly believe that he knew what he was doing and that he had many CBP and ICE regularly inspect south bound traffic.

He got off easy. And I hope that your country kept his truck as partial payment for his pendejada.
Mr Harper De La O

United States

#7 Nov 29, 2012
If the pinchi Mayate wasn't trying to smuggle it why wasn't he's trailer placard. We should really arrest him and put him in the zoo.
nacho garcias

El Paso, TX

#8 Nov 29, 2012
Mr Harper De La O wrote:
If the pinchi Mayate wasn't trying to smuggle it why wasn't he's trailer placard. We should really arrest him and put him in the zoo.
si jotito
POS

Shanghai, China

#9 Nov 29, 2012
Sirius wrote:
I think that his case should serve as a warning for people that wants to smuggle weapons to Mexico.
The penalties and the enforcement of that should grow.
This black man cried "that he felt not safe, among so many spanish-speaking people", he didn't knew what they were saying. Probably should all study English in Mexico for his benefit.
I don't want to be racist. But this idiot should be grateful that Mexican authorities finally bought his lame excuses.
Regards.
Why would he have wanted to study English in Mexico? don't you meen Spanish in Mexico?
AREU5REAL

El Paso, TX

#10 Nov 29, 2012
POS wrote:
<quoted text> Why would he have wanted to study English in Mexico? don't you meen Spanish in Mexico?
There's actually quite a number of great English teachers south of the border. Linguistics is universal and it's quite racist of you to suggest that someone can't learn a foreign language overseas. People study French and German in this country, don't they?
Sirius

Querétaro, Mexico

#11 Nov 29, 2012
POS wrote:
<quoted text> Why would he have wanted to study English in Mexico? don't you meen Spanish in Mexico?
&#20320;&#22909;!!

What I mean is that HE (the driver) said that he felt scary of so much Spanish around him while he was in Mexico. I just found it stupid, and more stupid that he presented that almost as misstreatment.
Sirius

Querétaro, Mexico

#12 Nov 29, 2012
Oops! Do this forum do not support other fonts than roman characters?
Sirius

Querétaro, Mexico

#14 Nov 29, 2012
No Russian, no Arabic, no Japanese...

:(
What

El Paso, TX

#15 Nov 29, 2012
Comment 6 posted by idiot too stupid to develop his own moniker
SupremeChicanoCo mmander

El Paso, TX

#16 Nov 29, 2012
Sirius wrote:
<quoted text>
&#20320;&#22909;!!
What I mean is that HE (the driver) said that he felt scary of so much Spanish around him while he was in Mexico. I just found it stupid, and more stupid that he presented that almost as misstreatment.
Dont worry , we're you use those kinds. They're lazy cause they want to be slaves , 3 squares and cot and nothing to worry about the easy life. They should live in cages like the rest of the animal world.
POS

Shanghai, China

#17 Nov 29, 2012
AREU5REAL wrote:
<quoted text>
There's actually quite a number of great English teachers south of the border. Linguistics is universal and it's quite racist of you to suggest that someone can't learn a foreign language overseas. People study French and German in this country, don't they?
What's racist about my comment? Read the comment. He is in a Mexican jail. Does not understand what people were saying. The person from Mexico said it would be beneficiary for him to learn English in Mexico. He the truck driver is and American. I would guess he already speaks English. Then it would have been better for him to learn Spanish. Maybe you should take a few comprehension courses in english? Because of you ignorant comments.
Sirius

Querétaro, Mexico

#18 Nov 29, 2012
Oops SupremeChicanoCommander...:(

We however in Mexico praise ourselves of no holding bad feelings for any race.

Regards.

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I like that nick "SupremeChicanoCommander ". ;)
Sirius

Querétaro, Mexico

#19 Nov 29, 2012
POS, are you Chinese, or you are a foreigner living in Shangai (which would not be rare, I guess).

Regards.
POS

Shanghai, China

#20 Nov 29, 2012
Sirius wrote:
POS, are you Chinese, or you are a foreigner living in Shangai (which would not be rare, I guess)
.I spend 1/2 the year in China, and 1/2 in other parts of the world, I'm an American. I wasn't trying to be sarcastic when I asked if you made a mistake about your comment, learning English in Mexico. Did you mean, Learning Spanish while in Mexico?
Regards.
AREU5REAL

El Paso, TX

#21 Nov 29, 2012
POS wrote:
<quoted text> Because of you ignorant comments.
You're the one who needs a remedial course - one never begins a sentence with "because" if one wants to employ good grammar and be respected for their intellectual prowess. Perhaps living in China has warped your brain or maybe it's all that dog and cat you've been eating.

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