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The appeal was denied today :(

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Today at 10:00 am the 5th Circuit Court appeal was denied the agents must serve the mandatory 10 year sentence on the bogus charge.

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San Diego Highway Dedicated to Ramos & Compean

San Diego Minutemen Freeway Sign near Border Patrol Checkpoint is Back Up! 24 Jul 08 28 days after a Federal Judge ruled that Caltrans did "irreparable harm" to the Constitutional rights of the San Diego Minutemen by unlawfully revoking our legal adopt-a-highway permit, thereby squelching our free speech, Caltrans finally put our sign back up today that they had ripped out of the ground literally in the middle of the night on Jan. 28th. We are all thrilled to see our adopt-a-highway recognition sign back up standing more proudly than ever. The U.S. Constitution has thankfully trumped the lies and coercion of the illegal alien activists and the corrupt California Mexican Caucus, especially Assemblymember Lori Saldana who joined forces with Enrique Morones late last year to wage a destruction crusade against the fine, multi-ethnic Patriots of the San Diego Minutemen. Her malicious lies have been exposed for the judge and the world to see! Judge Hayes also saw clear evidence th…

UPDATE by Glen Beck

Chuck Balwin mentions Ramos & Compean to the crowd of 5000 plus at 02:10

From the Desk of Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton:

Judicial Watch Sues State Department to Obtain Documents Related to Jailed Border Patrol Agents

Regular readers of the Weekly Update will remember the names Ignacio "Nacho" Ramos and Jose Alonso Compean. They are the two Border Patrol agents shamelessly prosecuted by the U.S. government for shooting and wounding a Mexican drug smuggler, Oswald Aldrete-Davila, on February 17, 2005. (The two Border Patrol agents were sentenced to 11 and 12 years respectively. Aldrete-Davila, who attempted to smuggle 750 pounds of marijuana into the U.S., was given medical treatment and immunity for his testimony.)

Well, on June 12 Judicial Watched filed a lawsuit against the Department of State to obtain documents related to the government's decision to prosecute Ramos and Compean and to strike a deal with Aldrete-Davila for his testimony. Judicial Watch filed its original FOIA request on April 17, 2008. The government failed to respond within the statutory 20-day period, forcing us to file …