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    Quote Originally Posted by firecracker
    Scheduling problems? What could be more important than getting to the bottom of innocent border agents rotting away in prison, because they received bogus charges against them?
    Getting your nails done again? Meeting with the Mexican Lobbyists?
    Or are you meeting Bush to discuss the North American Union?
    Yes it appears so...or just sitting back waiting for us to just forget about it.
    <div align="justify"><div align="left">[i]</div><div align="center"><div align="left"><div align="center"><div align="left">[i][i][i][i][i][b]WAKE UP AND SMELL THE FACISM!* IMPEACH THEM ALL!</stro

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    I have to admit that I have my doubts about Feinstein. She is after all a member of the Trilateral Commission and this organization is behind the creation of the NAU and the planned disbanding of the Border Patrol as listed in the Banff document MGVolcheffBanffnotes (Page 16). The intent that I believe Feinstein approached this case was to defuse a potentially damaging wedge issue against the NAU. After all, if the public came to realize that the government was totally against anyone who is against illegal immigration, they may actually arm themselves and revolt.They only need to keep us complacent until it is too late to save this country. You know, I had a radical idea occur to me. Since most of our debt is to the World Bank, we could renic on our debt to these countries and banks if a revolution happens.

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    I agree..I think you hit the nail right on the head!
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    Freedom isn't free... Don't forget the men who died and gave that right to all of us....
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    Wasn't it Queen Palosi who demanded the jet? Or does Feinstein require one too?

    Second thought:
    planned disbanding of the Border Patrol as listed in the Banff document MGVolcheffBanffnotes (Page 16).
    Thanks! I missed that one.

    Third thought: Look more closely at the banks, quality of deeds in this country (fee simple not allodial) titles of cars "recorded" in the states and the implications of the economy imploding. It is a scam that covers up the fact "they" think they have already taken possession of all personal and real property of Americans through the bankruptcy actions implimented by our corporate version of the government. The UN has taken sovereignty. (see Restructuring Act 1997 Section B Sovereignty) WRONG! Like the "R" word mentioned in the thread another "R" is waiting for the courts ... RICO. The problem is finding a court that is not converted to mercantile law and corrupted.

    Do some searches to learn just where the Jurisidiction of corporate United States lies... you will be amazed at what you find. Post it in this thread and share the knowledge.

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    http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/artic ... E_ID=54383

    Feinstein still probing Ramos-Compean case
    Leahy confirms he gave senator authority for hearings when she chooses

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    By Jerome R. Corsi
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    The office of Sen. Patrick Leahy confirmed to WND the Vermont Democrat has given Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., permission to investigate the prosecution and sentencing of Border Patrol agents Jose Compean and Ignacio Ramos.

    As WND reported, Feinstein, who said she believes the sentences were "extreme," postponed the hearings, originally scheduled for Feb. 27.

    Leahy's office told WND Feinstein has the authority to schedule hearings on the case whenever she chooses. Feinstein is chairwoman of the Subcommittee on Terrorism, Technology, and Homeland Security.

    The California senator's office confirmed to WND an investigation into the border agents' prosecution and sentencing is underway, but no hearing dates have been scheduled.

    As WND reported, the Bush administration has drawn strong criticism from Republican congressmen angry about its handling of a case in which two border agents were given 11- and 12-year sentences after granting a drug smuggler immunity to testify against them.
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    http://www.elpasotimes.com/breakingnews/ci_5282877

    Border agents' Senate hearing delayed (4:53 p.m.)
    By Louie Gilot / El Paso Times
    Article Launched: 02/22/2007 04:38:54 PM MST


    A Senate hearing looking into the case of the former El Paso Border Patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Alonso Compean was tentatively scheduled for next week but was pushed back, officials with U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, said.
    The hearing, potentially looking into the severity of the sentences given to the agents, is being organized by U.S. Sen. Diane Feinstein, D-Calif., whose office did not return calls.

    Although congressional hearings were promised last year and failed to materialize, officials with Conyn's office said they were confident the hearings would take place soon.
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