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Bush pardons drug dealers, doesn't pardon railroaded BP agents

President Bush recently issued his year-end pardons, and those receiving good news included (via this and this):
-Marie Georgette Ginette Briere of Gatineau, Quebec, possession of cocaine with intent to distribute.

-George Thomas Harley of Albuquerque, N.M, aiding and abetting the distribution of cocaine.

-Eric William Olson of Ojai, CA, possession with intent to distribute hashish.

-Phillip Anthony Emmert of Washington, IA, conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine (commutation of sentence).
Those who were not pardoned include quite-possibly-railroaded Border Patrol agents Ramos and Compean.

Immigration · Sat, 12/30/2006 - 05:03 · Importance: 1

Mon, 01/01/2007 - 14:45
Jeebie

Don't ya get it? The idea is to punish law enforcement,not criminals, particularly if and when they happen to enforce laws that the government disagrees with...like our Constitution. Oh, the government REALLY hates that one, most of all the mandate that they defend the borders from invasion!

Sat, 12/30/2006 - 11:50
Fred Dawes

its part of the plan and bush hates our ideals of law, after all when you are building a empire you need to kill off the old ideals of laws and duty.

Read The book "Empire" by Drson Scott Card,and understand why the north american union is a plan of evil doers.