Sunday, July 10, 2011

Mexican Murderer and Rapist Didn't Get Fair Trial: UN

Leal Garcia is not your model immigrant. In addition to entering the country illegally, leapfrogging thousands of diligent applicants, he also raped, tortured and killed a 16 year-old girl in 1994. There was a trial, the evidence was incontrovertible. A Texas jury found him guilty and sentenced him to death.

16 years later, it was finally time for his execution to take place. This was when the UN decided to step-in and point out that Leal had never received access to a consular official from Mexico and therefore didn't get a fair trial. Obama and Hillary Clinton tried to sway Texas Gov. Rick Perry from going ahead with it. The victim's mother, Rachel Terry, on the other hand, had called for the execution to go ahead as planned.

"A technicality doesn't give anyone a right to come to this country and rape, torture and murder anyone, in this case my daughter," she told CNN affiliate KSAT in San Antonio. "It's been difficult for myself and her family members," she added. "She certainly was taken away from us at a very young age. We just want closure."

I would have to say I agree. Luckily, the state of Texas agreed as well, executing Garcia by lethal injection on Thursday. A number of UN officials and Leal's legal team expressed regret over what they called an unjust execution. Unjust because of a technicality.

News flash: you know what is unjust? A 16 year-old girl being raped. Being tortured. Being murdered. Who are these UN clowns? You don't rape and kill anyone, especially an under-aged girl. Obama and Hillary's final pleas prove they are UN shills and sock-puppets, waiting for their master to make them dance. I did a lot of things last week. Arguing on behalf of a murdering rapist wasn't one of them.

Maybe that's why I get good sleep at night. And with a scumbag like Leal Garcia gone now, I'm sure the Terry family will be able to get some rest now, too.

CNN article here

Thursday, July 7, 2011

Ron Paul Wins Texas

It seems Ron Paul may be the Republican contender in 2012 and Texas may help put him there.