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Ramos & Compean Benefit

The NATIONAL BORDER PATROL COUNCIL PRESENTS: A BENEFIT SCREENING FOR U.S. BORDER PATROL AGENTS IGNACIO RAMOS AND JOSE COMPEANHOSTED BY JOHN AND KEN -- KFI RADIO -- Los AngelesCome see the movie BORDER by filmmaker Chris Burgard followed by a panel discussion on the issue of illegal immigration and the steps we can take to secure our borders. TUESDAY MAY 6, 2008
Arrive at 7:30 P.M.
Film Shown from 8:00 P.M. – 10:00 P.M.
2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd (at Mulholland)
Los Angeles, CA 90049
RSVP (310) 440-8575Click here for ticketsA $25.00 per ticket donation is requested. All proceeds will go to the Border Patrol Agent Legal Defense and Relief Fund and be earmarked for Border Patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean, who are currently serving time in Federal Prison for defending themselves against an armed illegal alien drug smuggler.

Congressman Walter B. Jones in the House of Representatives, 2/25/08:

Congressman Walter B. Jones in the House of Representatives, 2/25/08:February 27th, 2008 Posted in BP Legal Defense Fund, Ramos / CompeanThe SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from North Carolina (Mr. Jones) is recognized for 5 minutes. Mr. JONES of North Carolina. Madam Speaker, today is day 404 of incarceration for two former United States Border Patrol agents. Agents Ramos and Compean were convicted in March of 2006 for shooting a Mexican drug smuggler who brought 743 pounds of marijuana across our border into Texas. Read more

Congressman Dana Rohrabacher, CA


"How do you admit the illegals?"

Monica & Nacho's youngest son, has been hospitalized. Currently tests are being run so there has not been an absolute diagnosis, however hospital professionals are suspecting meningitis.

The hospital almost denied J's admittance since Monica does not have health insurance (a status of many Americans today). Monica of course is fierce! And she asked the hospital "How do you admit the illegals?" After some debate, the hospital did admit J, but demanded a $1000 deposit. Funds the Ramos family simply does NOT have at this time.

If you could ask your lists/listeners to send donations to the family, this would be useful for them in their time of need. Their address is Ramos Family, P.O. Box 972925, El Paso, TX 79997. Also PRAYERS!! And finally please ask all to call the White House (yet again) to DEMAND the release of Ramos & Compean!!! (Still no word from the appellate court, but of course the drug smuggler admitted in court last week to being a drug smugg…

'Once again, I am challenging President Bush to do what is right' Call renewed for pardons for border agents

Posted: April 18, 2008
8:50 pm Eastern

© 2008 WorldNetDaily
Former U.S. Border Patrol agent Ignacio Ramos embraced his wife, Monica Ramos, two days before he was sentenced to 11 years in prison (El Paso Times)Mychal Massie, the chief of the nonprofit and nonpartisan Project 21 and a columnist for WND, is renewing his call to President Bush to pardon two former U.S. Border Patrol agents who were convicted and jailed for shooting at a fleeing drug smuggler. Read More click here

Across the border from El Paso TX is Jaurez Mexico

This is an inside look at how Mexico runs it's business. These are some of people Nacho and Jose were protecting us against.

Almost 400 women have been raped, tortured and murdered in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Now evidence suggests that the girls are being killed for 'blood sport.'

Man who was shot by Border Patrol agents pleads guilty to drug smuggling

An undocumented immigrant in the center of the case of a pair of imprisoned former U.S. Border Patrol agents pleaded guilty to drug smuggling on Thursday at U.S. District court in El Paso. Read more

Go to last post | Jump to page: 12345 Hexx Bloomington, IL Yesterday How hypocritical, this idiot gets arrested and pleads guilty to the crime these Border officers nailed him for, and yet they still have to stay in jail? People seem to forget that when you commit a crime, you lose your rights period! Yes Compean and Ramos made a mistake by not following proper procedure's, but that should only have gotten them a slap on the hand, not an extended sentence! And we wonder why we have a shortage of soldiers and officers in our border patrol; NOBODY WANTS TO ENLIST BECAUSE THEY ARE AFRAID OF BEING SACRIFICED BY THEIR OWN GOVERNMENT!!!! This just prove's that idiots crime so the agents should have their sentences reduced and/or removed!! Luis Sanchez San Antonio, TX
20 hrs ago I …

Davila to plead guilty to smuggling

By Sara A. Carter
April 17, 2008 A Mexican national who was shot by two Border Patrol agents but later was charged with smuggling marijuana is expected to plead guilty to those charges today in federal court in El Paso, Texas, The Washington Times has learned. READ MORE

Congressman John Culberson is on a mission!

Lou Dobbs discussing Tucson, AZ and Ramos and Compean with TX Congressman John Culberson.



They are hovering at about 50 recurring donations. That's almost 1,000.00 per month. It costs 1,500.00 a month just to go to the prison to visit Nacho. Please help, the goal is to get it up to 100 recurring donations of $20.00 per month. Click the pay pal button that says subscribe to sign up for a $20.00 PER MONTH DONATION.


Max Worthington


Date: Thu, 3 Apr 2008 12:28:09
Subject: ***PRESS RELEASE*** Congressmen Renew Calls For Wrongly Imprisoned Border Agents To Be Moved Out of Solitary Confinement

April 3, 2008
Contact: Tara Setmayer

Rohrabacher and Hunter Renew Calls For Border Agents To Be Moved To Minimum Security Facilities
Bureau of Prisons Director Meets With Jailed Agent At Their Request

Washington, DC-April 3, 2008- Reps. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) and Duncan Hunter (R-CA) renewed their requests yesterday to have wrongly imprisoned Border Patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean moved out of solitary confinement into a minimum security prison camp while awaiting their appeal decision. Rohrabacher and Hunter encouraged Bureau of Prisons Director Harley Lappin to personally meet with Agent Ramos during his visit yesterday, to the Phoenix prison facility where Ramos is being held.
“After enduring 14 months of the harsh conditions of solitary confin…

You forgot 2, Mr. President!

You forgot 2, Mr. President!
Tuesday December 25, 2007 by Mychal Massie -- Former U.S. Border Patrol agent Ignacio Ramos embraced his wife, Monica Ramos, two days before he was sentenced to 11 ye ...