Ramirez, Andy
July 2011
New American (08856540);7/4/2011, Vol. 27 Issue 13, p16
The article offers the author's insights on the targeting of U.S. Border Patrol agents and other law enforcements officers for alleged crimes by U.S. prosecutors and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ). The author relates the cases of several border patrol officers including Jesus E. Diaz, Jr., Ignacio Ramos, and Jose Compean who were charged and convicted for assaulting drug smugglers. He adds that prosecutors hide evidence and use perjury in said cases.


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