Friday, January 23, 2009

Thank you Ted Poe




January 22, 2009
Congressman Poe

LAST STAND FOR RAMOS AND COMPEAN
Jan 15, 2009 - CLICK HERE TO WATCH Madam Speaker, in the dusty, arid plains of West Texas, where the tumbleweeds blow across the prairies, there's a small town called Fabens. Fabens, Texas, a population of about 8,000, mostly lower-income individuals, but they're doing what they can to eke out an income out of ... More

  • COMMUTATION FOR POLITICAL PRISONERS RAMOS AND COMPEAN
    Jan 21, 2009 - CLICK HERE TO WATCH Madam Speaker, as a final act by President Bush, border agents and political prisoners Jose Compean and Ignacio Ramos were granted a commutation of their harsh prison sentence. Thanks to the work of many Members of Congress, some in the media, and, most importantly, the Am... More

    POLITICAL PRISONERS RAMOS AND COMPEAN, PART II
    Jan 21, 2009 - CLICK HERE TO WATCH Mr. Speaker, well, it has finally happened. Mr. Speaker, President Bush, in one of his last acts as President of the United States, commuted the sentences of political prisoners Border Patrol agents Ramos and Compean who were just doing their job down on the violent Texas-Mexi... More



Thursday, January 22, 2009

Clemency Warrant for Ignacio Ramos, Jr.


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Tuesday, January 20, 2009

John & Ken Show Great New Podcasts!




Prison Interview 6PM Hr (1/19)
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Agent's Wives 5PM Hr (1/19)
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Congressional Support 4PM Hr (1/19)
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Agents Commuted 3PM Hr (1/19)
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Congressmen lobbied for agents at 11th hour

Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle lobbied White House counsel and President Bush personally on behalf of border agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean in a series phone calls and face-to-face conversations that continued through the 11th hour of the administration, WND has learned. Read More

Monday, January 19, 2009

Large Cross appears in the sky!



Hey all,

This is Max Worthington the blogmaster.


Seconds after I had spoken to Joe Loya today about the good news of Nacho's commutation. I looked up into the sky and said "Thank You God" and there was the biggest cross I've ever seen.

It's approximately ten miles wide and twenty miles long, it appeared directly over Los Angeles Airport. This picture is looking from El Segundo CA, due north, with the Santa Monica Mountains in the background.

I captured it on my cell phone, the picture has not been altered in any way.


Max

Bush cuts sentences of Ramos, Compean

WorldNetDaily
Bush cuts sentences of Ramos, Compean
Agents convicted of shooting smuggler will
be released from prison March 20
--WND


WorldNetDaily
'Thank you, President Bush'
Agents' wives express gratitude, but
say 'it's not over'
--WND


WorldNetDaily Exclusive
Father-in-law: WND 'had a lot to do' with decision
Letter campaign, petition raised issue during
Bush's closing days in office
--WND


WorldNetDaily Exclusive
279 reports on agents' struggles
WND provides nearly 3 years of in-depth
Ramos, Compean coverage
--WND


WorldNetDaily Exclusive
Sentences questioned 8 times at White House
Response comes on Bush's last full day in office
--WND


WND.ARCHIVES, OCT. 24, 2006
WorldNetDaily Exclusive

Not so 'nonsensical' anymore
Bush spokesman Tony Snow ripped WND
for asking about agents' prison time
--WND


Chronology of Ramos-Compean
What happened when in controversial
case of border agents
--Associated Press

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A Final Act of Clemency

HOORAY!

We won Nacho and Joe's their freedom! On behalf of the Ramos Family, this is Max Worthington the blogmaster saying Thank You Thank You Thank You. We did it!

Send me your stories and video clips of your celebrations and I'll post them here for the Nacho and Jose and their families to watch!

AgentRamos@gmail.com

This a a huge victory for the Border Batrol and America!

Yours truly,
Max

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Friday, January 16, 2009

DOJ considering commutation for Ramos, Compean

Thursday, January 15, 2009

This just in


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This just in from the lovely Tara Setmayer, CA Congressman Dana Rohrabacher's communications director.
The ENTIRE TX Congressional delegation signed and sent this letter to Bush, asking him to consider pardoning Ramos and Compean.
Hats off the the delegates
And, deep down inside, I know, Bush is NOT GOING TO CARE ...
And I'll be celebrating the day he leaves office.


Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it on to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children what it was once like in the United States when men were free.
Ronald Reagan, Address to the annual meeting of the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce, (03/30/1961).

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'Attempted hit' put on Ramos family

The family of imprisoned Border Patrol agent Ignacio Ramos was the victim of an attempted hit on their lives this month, as the agent's wife says someone broke into their home and filled it with gas, trashing photographs and pummeling their dog.

Read the latest now on WND.com.

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Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Letter to the Pope

Our Dear Holyness, Pope Benedict,

It is with great humility and open heart that I write to you. Although there are multitudes of problems in the world, with humility I ask that you pray for the freedom of our Border Patrol Agents who were locked up on false charges. I say this because I met and spoke to Nacho and his family. He gave me his word under the oath of God that he was innocent. He was trying to protect our country against drug dealers who would go against the laws and bring drugs into this country.I am greatly saddened by this. As a past teacher and knowing how drugs get disseminated to children many of whom overdose and die, I am against drugs coming into any country and being used against the word of our Lord in the Bible.

Please pray for the families of Ramos & Campion and put in a good word to President Bush for their pardon.

These are good Catholic Mexican American Families who need your help and have suffered too long.

Blessings,

Barbara Lang

Sunday, January 11, 2009

The Blizzard Ralliers in Chicago

Friday, January 09, 2009

Another blow to the Nacho Ramos Family

Date: Thursday, January 8, 2009, 7:35 AM

Another blow to the Nacho Ramos family happened the evening of 1/3/09.

Upon returning to the house with her 3 boys, her eldest son opened the front door. He was immediately hit with the smell a large amount of gas in the air, he yelled to his mom, she told him not to turn the light on. Monica safely removed her children from the area.

It is then she found her home had been broken into! Computer equipment destroyed, couches and chairs slashed, cherished wedding pictures, pictures of her life with Nacho and their children were ripped off the walls, shelves and slammed to the ground. DVDs & player taken, and the entire house ransacked! They even beat her dogs!

Thank God no one turned on a light! Monica and her three boys would be gone!!!

One has to ask, is this case related??? Is Monica getting to close to exposing the truth in this outrageous injustice to her husband and Jose Compean???

My God how much more must these families endure! These men should be home protecting their families, just as they tried to protect our Country!!!

Talk about CRUEL & UNUSUAL PUNISHMENT, Just how will Nacho even shut his eyes knowing someone attempted to blow up his family!

We must be relentless demanding The President commute the sentences of these men, return them to their families and their jobs.

Contact President Bush's Pardon Attorney:

Mr. Ronald L. Rodgers
Pardon Attorney
Office of the Pardon Attorney
1425 New York Avenue, N.W.
Suite 11000
Washington, DC 20530

tel.: (202) 616-6070
fax: (202) 616-6069


Whitehouse: 202-456-1111 / 1414

PRESIDENT@WHITEHOUSE.GOV
Comments@WhiteHouse.gov
vice_president@whitehouse.gov

Tuesday, January 06, 2009

Obama's ICE candidate pleads for agents' pardon


Posted: January 06, 2009
9:57 pm Eastern

© 2009 WorldNetDaily


Miguel Contrera

Upon hearing that he was one of Barack Obama's candidates to head Immigration and Customs Enforcement, one federal investigative official's first act was to write an urgent letter to President George W. Bush – insisting that he pardon former Border Patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean. Read More...

Sunday, January 04, 2009


David M. Kinchen -- Huntington (West Virginia) News
President Bush: Pardon Compean and Ramos before you head back to Texas
It's "Pardon Me" time in Washington, DC, but two men who really deserve pardons are still waiting on President George W. Bush. -- I'm talking about Jose Compean and Ignacio Ramos, two former U.S. Border Patrol Agents convicted of shooting a Mexican drug smuggler who was trying to escape...
  • JOE LOYAS LETTER TO CONGRESS