Thursday, July 17, 2008

World Court Messin’ with Texas

Convicted rapist, murderer Jose Medellin

"The world court has no standing in Texas and Texas is not bound by a ruling or edict from a foreign court, [i]t is easy to get caught up in discussions of international law and justice and treaties. It's very important to remember that these individuals are on death row for killing our citizens."—Robert Black, spokesman for Texas Governor’s Office
The fact that two American teenaged girls were brutality raped for hours, sodomized, and murdered by a gang of six cold-blooded killers almost turns out to be only a subplot for those who support illegal entry into the United States.

In complications that only occur when a nation willfully leaves its borders unenforced coupled with international meddling into U. S. affairs the memories of Jennifer Ertman and Elizabeth Pena have been forever diminished by the country of Mexico, President Bush and the International World Court at the Hague.

In spite of ruling of the World Court Texas will continue with the execution of the confessed, tried, and sentenced murderer, Jose Medellin.

Jennifer Ertman, 14 and Elizabeth Pena, 16 are dead due largely because the United States refuses to enforce its borders against the invasion of illegal aliens into the United States.

But somehow the deaths of two teenage American girls is unimportant what is important is that illegal aliens are protected by the full measure of international law and treaties or so it would seem.

The International World Court at the Hague, the United States President, the Mexican Government, the State of Texas and the United States Supreme Court have figuratively battled over the graves of Ertman and Pena on the behalf of an illegal alien, Jose Medellin and his rights as an illegal alien in the United States.

Apparently the inadequate State courts of Texas that tried, convinced and sentenced Medellin to death for the murders was not good enough for the country of Mexico, President Bush and the International Court at the Hague.

The state of Texas rightly tried, convicted and sentenced Medellin to death the same as any citizen of this country. Mexico argued in effect, to the Supreme Court and then to the World Court, that because Medellin is not a citizen of the United States he has special rights.

The United States Supreme Court ruled that the country of Mexico, nor a President of these United States by treaty with a foreign government nor the World Court supercedes the sovereignty of the United States of America.

Jose Medellin is due to be put to death August 5, 2008 by the state of Texas for his part in the cruel and heinous torture, rape, sodomizing and murder of the two American teenagers.

This is an American tragedy that can and should be laid at the feet of everyone who advocates for open borders. You killed Jennifer Ertman and Elizabeth Pena just as surely as Jose Medellin and his gang did.

Only you get to pretend that you are not guilty and that you had nothing to do with the deaths of these two young girls.

May Jennifer and Elizabeth now at last rest in peace after they receive a small measure of justice for their untimely deaths and may you all who advocate for open borders be brought to some justice of your own!

1 comment:

  1. "The petition sought to halt executions to allow for review of the killers' cases to determine whether denying them access to the Mexican Consulate after arrest impaired their trial defenses."

    What a crock of crap!. Any stupid excuse will do, even if it is a poor one. They did the crime, fry em!