Planned Execution in Texas Draws High-Profile Protests

Molly Hennessy-Fiske, Los Angeles Times, January 21, 2014

Secretary of State John F. Kerry and a former Texas governor are part of an international coalition trying to halt Texas’ execution of a Mexican citizen this week.

Edgar Tamayo Arias, 46, is to be put to death Wednesday for fatally shooting Houston Police Officer Guy Gaddis in 1994.

Gaddis, 24, had been flagged down near a nightclub by a man who accused Tamayo of robbing him. The officer arrested Tamayo, handcuffed him and put him in the back seat of his patrol car. He was driving away when Tamayo drew a concealed pistol and shot Gaddis three times in the back of the head.

On Tuesday, a federal judge in Austin rejected Tamayo’s request for an order that would have prevented Gov. Rick Perry and the parole board from considering his clemency petition until the fairness of the state’s clemency process could be reviewed. The judge found that the clemency process satisfied constitutional requirements and did not violate Tamayo’s right to due process of law.

Tamayo’s attorneys vowed to keep fighting.

“The Texas clemency process is the weakest in the nation, in the state that executes the most. Allowing Mr. Tamayo’s fate to be decided by a board that has refused to provide meaningful consideration of evidence that Mr. Tamayo has mental retardation and that his trial was fundamentally unfair as a result of the violation of his consular rights is an affront to what clemency is supposed to be,” the attorneys said in a statement.

They have petitioned Perry to grant a 30-day reprieve and the parole board to commute Tamayo’s death sentence to life in prison.

Tamayo, a laborer from Morelos state, Mexico, was in the U.S. illegally at the time of his arrest. Advocates say he was not informed of his right to diplomatic assistance under an international treaty known as the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations.

In an interview televised in Mexico on Tuesday, the governor of Morelos decried the “arrogance” and “racism” of Texas’ legal system and said the Tamayo case “violated a fundamental principle, which is consular assistance.”

{snip}

The United Nations International Court of Justice, also known as the World Court, ordered the U.S. 10 years ago to reconsider the convictions of 51 Mexicans, including Tamayo, who had been sent to death row without being told of their consular rights. Two of the 51 have since been executed, both in Texas.

{snip}

Mexican officials have petitioned the U.S. on Tamayo’s behalf, including Foreign Secretary Jose Antonio Meade and Ambassador to the U.S. Eduardo Medina Mora.

Last week, Mark White, a former Texas governor and state attorney general, joined the effort.

{snip}

Kerry has urged Texas to reconsider.

“I have no reason to doubt the facts of Mr. Tamayo’s conviction, and as a former prosecutor, I have no sympathy for anyone who would murder a police officer,” he wrote in September, adding that he was concerned that Texas’ handling of the case could affect the way Americans are treated overseas.

Kerry shared a letter he received from Medina Mora. “This issue has become and could continue to be a significant irritant in the relations between our two countries,” the ambassador wrote.

Perry and other Texas officials argue that they are not bound by the World Court’s decision. Perry spokeswoman Lucy Nashed reiterated that position this week.

“It doesn’t matter where you’re from—if you commit a despicable crime like this in Texas, you are subject to our state laws, including a fair trial by jury and the ultimate penalty,” Nashed said.

Tamayo’s attorneys insist that without consular assistance, he did not receive a fair trial.

Tamayo came to the United States as an adolescent, spoke little English, was developmentally disabled, brain-damaged and mentally ill, said one of his attorneys, Sandra Babcock.

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  • Notice how the Left admits that these low-IQ invaders are mentally retarded when it comes to capital punishment, but we aren’t supposed to discuss such facts when talking about how they’re dragging the country down en masse.

    • APaige

      Liberals only believe IQ test work if they stop the execution of a non-White. For any other purpose they are culturally discriminatory.

      • JackKrak

        The very idea of IQ doesn’t even exist until they want the Governor to pick up the phone and make a call

    • Spartacus

      Speaking of retarded mexicans, how about killing this one next ?

      • John K

        This one should die slowly and painfully.

    • Katherine McChesney

      Arias was EXECUTED Wednesday night.

      Thank God for small miracles.

      • Fathercoughlin

        Indeed!!! Lets hope that sleazy ho Wendy Whatsername doesnt get elected gov. of Texas,you can bet she will be hugging and kissing and crying her lil eyes out over poor lil ole minorities like this. “Poor dear needed help!”

  • It’s not just Obama and Kerry.

    Bush (43) wanted to stop his execution. Incidentally, when he was Solicitor General of Texas, Ted Cruz successfully argued the state’s case in front of SCOTUS, i.e. the case for executing him, against the rationale that the Bush White House was pushing at the time.

    It’s just that now, the Obama White House has cooked up a different angle to try to stop the execution.

  • dd121

    There’s no guarantee under the constitution of a pain-free execution. The guarantee of no cruel and unusual punishment is a concept that comes from English common law doesn’t apply to these executions.

  • D.B. Cooper

    I live in Texas, and Edgar Arias is very lucky I’m not in charge of executions.

    • dd121

      or… Executioner offers condemned man a cigarette. “No thanks I’m trying to quit”.

      • DNA Explains It All

        I have always found a .30-’06 to the brain a wonderful smoking cessation aid.

      • itdoesnotmatter

        dd, you owe me a new screen and a clean pair of bloomers.

        • dd121

          Not my joke but pretty damn funny, eh?

    • DNA Explains It All

      Executions? I would ban the practice, provided they could all be commuted to “Life with AGONY”.
      Run this on PPV, auction off guest torturer slots on eBay (surviving family getting 1st dibbs, we are civilized here).
      Have good doctors standing by to make sure the star stays “in the game”, nursing them back to health every-time, then rinse and REPEAT!

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      If I was in charge of executions, this is what would be happening to these cop killer and other violent Mexican invaders.

  • NeanderthalDNA

    Tamayo came to the United States as an adolescent, spoke little English, was developmentally disabled, brain-damaged and mentally ill, said one of his attorneys, Sandra Babcock.
    ————–
    This is what makes us so great!

    Best and brightest.

    • Luca

      Tamayo came to the United States as an adolescent, spoke little English, was developmentally disabled, brain-damaged and mentally ill, said one of his attorneys, Sandra Babcock. —–

      All the more reason to take him out of the gene pool.

      • NeanderthalDNA

        Old yaller….

        • Max Krakah

          Could call this one “spot”

          • NeanderthalDNA

            Again an imperfect analogy on my part. Old yaller was a great dog and I cried when he got put down.

            These “people” are still possessed of enough faculty to recognize right from wrong and are not affected by rabies.

      • Jesse James

        They brought him here so the American tax payer could pay for his medical expenses. Looks like we paid in more ways than we expected and he is still costing us.

    • Brian

      That reminds me of the time when I was the jury foreman on a DUI case, and the defendant was the absolute quintessence of gutter-stupid, obese, truculent sheboon. (Her mom was drinking surreptitiously out of some container half-sticking out of her purse, during the proceedings, if that gives some clue). Her public defender’s argument, in a roundabout way, was that her client’s normal behavior (belligerence, unsteadiness on her feet, slurred speech a la Rachel Jeantel) was indistinguishable from anyone else’s drunken behavior, so the cops were all mistaken in their appraisal.

      • NeanderthalDNA

        DUIS
        Driving under influence of stupidity?

        • Brian

          Everything that woman did was under the influence of stupidity. Even as repulsive as she was though, I wanted her to have a fair trial and hearing, and take the time to go through all the facts. The black women on the jury just said ‘she guilty’ and wanted to hurry it up so they could get home and ‘watch they shows’.

    • bilderbuster

      Sandra Babcock just described half of the Mexican population living in the US.

      • Katherine McChesney

        Also applies to a large percentage of blacks in the U.S.

    • Nathanwartooth

      This is obviously a right wing lie. All Mexicans are valedictorians and hard workers.

  • Puggg

    My special interest in this matter is that he assassinated a cop.

    Even though I rarely have to do regular day to day patrol, I do feel a kinship with my colleagues that do.

    But I’m not of the mind set that a cop’s life is worth more than a non-cop’s life. I’d feel the same way I do about this matter if the Mexican murdered someone who wasn’t a cop.

    I also don’t buy the Joe Friday Jack Webb mentality that cop killers are worse than a regular murderer because the kind of man that would murder an armed cop would easily rub a civilian. The problem with that idea is this: A cop-killing thug doesn’t have to worry about a non-cop arresting him.

    • Brian

      A PO’s life is not worth more than a non-PO, true, but you could potentially argue that when killing a civilian, someone got caught up in the heat of the moment…a bar brawl that went too far, man who caught his wife in flagrante delicto and meant to just rough her up but hit too hard, etc. But everyone knows not to mess with a cop and so someone who does cannot possibly claim it was ‘something less’ that went too far– there’s not supposed to be the ‘something less’ either.

    • Anon

      Oh yes he does. Also has to worry about a non-cop shooting him.
      Most states make provision for citizen arrest and I highly, HIGHLY doubt anyone would question the bullet I put in a murderer’s head if there is a dead cop next to him.

      • Puggg

        In ordinary circumstances, citizens arrests are non existent.

    • dd121

      Police are taking a big risk to protect us from criminals. In essence they keep us one step ahead of anarchy. If a criminal harms them, in my opinion, they should suffer a much greater penalty.

      • Long Live Dixie

        Police are taking a big risk to protect us from criminals.

        It’s not quite that simple. Police also harass law-abiding dissidents regularly in some jurisdictions. There are a lot of bad police and bad police departments. There are also some that are good.

        • dd121

          I certainly understand why you guys are a bit ambivalent about cops. When we’re having a conversation with one it’s often because we’ve been speeding or some such. Even so, I still don’t like somebody telling me I was speeding so I may not present my best side which may make the cop show his bad side. On the whole, I just try to empathize cops who see a lot of bad and good people at their worst. 🙂

          • Long Live Dixie

            It is not so much about speeding tickets as it is how they are enforcers for the state – the same government that opposes us. In that role, they will harass and sometimes even arrest racialist dissidents who are breaking no laws.

            Another alarming trend is that they have stopped being members of the community. Now, they are more likely to be steroid-pumping power-trippers who think their job is to oversee the community as outsiders. The days of everyone in a neighbourhood being friends with the cop on foot patrol are long gone.

      • DNA Explains It All

        I cannot recall ANY encounter with a LEO where I was left better for it, nope not one.

      • Puggg

        That is true, but I will never agree with the idea that people who do in cops should automatically get more punishment. If you think that then you think that a non-cop is less of a human being than a cop. I’m on the cop side of that divide, and I don’t even think that.

        • I don’t like dealing with cops, for reasons that should be obvious from my prior posts, but even as an ex-con, I don’t have it in for them 24/7. Maybe only once in a while. I really liked my old federal probation officer. The fact that she was beautiful certainly didn’t hurt any. I’ve been off paper for seven years. I wish things had been different, but they weren’t.

    • M&S

      If he’s retarded (60IQ the signs are obvious), how did he pay for a gun? Where or who did he know to get it?
      Last I heard even Saturday Night Specials run about 100 bucks these days.
      I’d also like to know how he got that gun out and oriented. Most suspects are cuffed behind the back which means that he couldn’t reach a belly gun. Most cop cars have a cuff hole built into the back seats so it would be hard to push off, kneel and reach for an ankle or boot weapon.
      Now I suppose he could have gotten it off his back, turned around and leaned over to shoot sideways. But how did the cop miss that gun on his back?
      I’m assuming the panic was over felony possession of a firearm by an illegal who didn’t want to go to jail on a weapon felony vs. straight deportation.
      But did he have other priors?
      Contrary to popular assumption, criminality takes more than low cunning to be any good at it and yet even the best usually end up captured once or twice on the learning curve.
      ‘Babcocks’ should know better than to protect Tamayo’s from using /their/ race to protect them from _our_ justice, on our own soil.
      You need only look at the homicide rates in Mexico to see that these are not a natively innocent people. We would never be able to make such an intervention in their country.

  • Luca

    If Texas needs a volunteer to flip the switch I will travel there at my own expense. There are no technicalities, no clemency, no excuses and no pity when you shoot a cop in the back of head three times. A violent murderous criminal is still a violent murderous criminal regardless of his nationality, his language skills or his IQ. All the Liberal, legal mumbo-jumbo in the world won’t change that fact.

    • Guest

      but it seems it still takes forever to let the master sort them out ..

    • Brian

      Yeah, they’re griping that he didn’t have proper ‘consular advice’– is that consular advice magically supposed to erase the fact of what he did? ‘We know he did it but he didn’t get the normal, fair chance of skating away on a technicality that we expect people to get’ does not hold water.

      • John K

        No doubt they will argue that he does not know English or American law, so it’s not his fault. Clearly, some lawyers should be sent to the chamber along with their clients.

        • Brian

          …because there’s no conceivable way he could have guessed that killing a cop would be illegal in El Norte. Ha! yeah, they probably would try that.

    • John K

      He needs to be beaten unmercifully before he dies. I would volunteer for that.

  • r j p

    Sneak into country. Get arrested. Kill cop.

    Load the syringe.

  • Hey Mexicans: don’t kill people in Texas! Do you get it yet?

    I don’t want to kill anybody anymore – not most days anyway, but if I was going to do it, I wouldn’t even dream of doing it in Texas.

    • Whitetrashgang

      Well the thing is if your going to kill people you have to be ready to die yourself. That’s how it is unless your a jew.

      • Anon

        That is an extremely dangerous assumption to make. For example, back in 2006, NYC commissioned a million dollar survey of background radiation throughout the city. What they discovered was evidence of illegal dumping of radioactive medical waste in several parks and a, cough, giant radioactive spike at the Israeli embassy in Manhattan.
        The toxic waste dumping is troubling, so, of course, they quickly moved to declare there was no risk to anyone, lol. But what is a good reason to never step foot in New York City ever again is the obvious nuclear weapon (s) on site at the Israeli embassy.
        Jews are absolutely out of their minds. Completely anti-life and crazy. That nuke is there should they decide, for whatever reason there is no longer enough sympathy for world wide Zionism. Killing a whole bunch of jews with a nuke and blaming it on muslims would fix that. That’s how sick they are.
        Remember what they did in WWII. The holocaust is one giant pile of lies and BS but what is not BS is how American jews forced the US government to bomb food supply routes (a war crime) in Germany. Millions of Germans starved but so did tens of thousands of jews (the ONLY documented victims).

      • Zaporizhian Sich

        Indeed, they usually get others to do that for them, by hook or by crook. Naturally they leave those useful idiots to reap the full fury of their victim’s surviving family members and countrymen, who will return the favor against them.

  • Spartacus

    “Kerry shared a letter he received from Medina Mora. “This issue has
    become and could continue to be a significant irritant in the relations
    between our two countries,” the ambassador wrote.”

    ——————————————————————————————————————–

    One of those countries exists solely by leeching money from the other one…

    • Reverend Bacon

      Money and space. The Mexicans actively support the illegal colonization of the US by its citizens. Most other nations would consider this an act of war, but we just take it lying down, or bending over.

    • sbuffalonative

      If it’s such a big issue, Mexicans should leave the US. Problem solved.

      • bilderbuster

        I’m sure they will take your wise advise.

  • Tarczan

    “Tamayo …… spoke little English, was developmentally disabled, brain-damaged and mentally ill ”

    Was he black? I thought he was Mexican.

    • sbuffalonative

      Notice how they aren’t arguing that he’s innocent (because they can’t). So they try to come up with excuses; just as with blacks.

      Knowing English has nothing to do with killing someone. Being DD, BD, and MI are just repeating the same claim three times.

  • bigone4u

    Have you noticed that half the cases of cop killers involve an “innocent” black or a “moron” Mexican or somesuch? The left celebrates black and Mexican cop killers by always trying to keep them off death row, and then getting them released after 10 years or so. If Obama/Holder can figure out a way to save this guy, they will. Afer all, the Mexican thug vote is part of their victory strategy.

    • dd121

      Liberals don’t believe in the concept of IQ unless they’re trying to get criminals acquitted or convince us of their own vast superiority from their ivory towers.

    • sbuffalonative

      They can’t claim he’s innocent so they have to make excuses. Blacks do the same thing.

  • MekongDelta69

    In the ‘old’ (aka, NORMAL) days, they would have had a trial, an appeal, and within a few months, this guy would have been greased.

    But in the last 50 years, we have to hold the ‘forever oppressed’ on death row for decades (on OUR dime), because we have to make sure their ‘human rights’ aren’t violated.

    Screw all the dead victims – to the left, they don’t count.

  • Typical of the Leftist John Kerry, always on the wrong side of everything.

    • Extropico

      Well, I’ve heard he parks his yacht on the other side of Massachusetts in order to avoid higher taxation. See, he is on the Right side.

    • Max Krakah

      First A&E and Cracker Barrel ignore Jesse Jackson and lift the suspension of Phil Roberston, then Texas ignores John “live Shot” Kerry and executes this creature. IT seems the left has totally lost their “mojo”.

      • Katherine McChesney

        Let’s hope this will lead to more wins for the Right. I’m surprised that Ed Asner and Mike Ferrell didn’t weigh in on this considering they supported murderers Tookie Williams and Mumia al Jamal.

  • Extropico

    Foreign Secretary Kerry should have responded to his Mexican colleague that we expect Mexicans to have more regard for this nation’s borders and that the execution will proceed per Texas law.

  • Misguided compassion for evil doers is sickening.
    Apply the alcohol swab to this loser’s forearm already.

    • Long Live Dixie

      Apply the alcohol swab to this loser’s forearm already.

      That’s far too nice and sanitary. I say bring the gallows back and make this type of thing a public spectacle.

      • Zaporizhian Sich

        Exactly, or give him a hot lead injection, Russian style.

    • itdoesnotmatter

      Swabbing the injection site of a dead man walking about to be executed has always been an irony to me.
      See if channeling my inner Morticia Adams makes it past the Moderator: why not douse the site with MRSA, save his corpse, study the organisms’ ability to parasitize dead flesh.
      This specimen of Mehico’s best and brightest has to be of some use after all the tax dollars he has eaten.

  • 2eRep

    Smart enough to sneak across the border, get a gun, rob, hire a lawyer but too retarded to stand trial. If he is retarded, use him for medical experiments.

  • Brian

    Tamayo came to the United States as an adolescent, spoke little English,
    was developmentally disabled, brain-damaged and mentally ill, said one
    of his attorneys, Sandra Babcock.
    ====
    I seem to remember that in the old days, the gov’t would not let people immigrate here unless they could show they were not going to be a ‘public charge’, or likely to be ‘possessed of moral turpitude’.

    • Reverend Bacon

      “the old days” were before Ted Kennedy, and the 1965 Immigration Act.

      • QuinnTheEskimo9

        Ted Kennedy was the front man, too drunk and chasing women to even understand the bill.

        • Katherine McChesney

          Don’t forget that he went to daily mass.

          • Reverend Bacon

            I thought it was Chappaquiddick, Mass?

  • toldev

    “Tamayo’s attorneys insist that without consular assistance, he did not receive a fair trial.”

    If a native born American citizen commits this type of crime, they do not have a right to consular assistance. Basically Tamayo’s attorneys and others are claiming that an illegal immigrant has more rights under the criminal justice system than what a natural born American citizen does.

  • KittyAmerica

    Wasn’t this already decided in Medillin v Texas? How is this case different? Medlllin met his fate for a brutal gang rape and murder as will Tamayo.

  • MBlanc46

    Because ” he was not informed of his right to diplomatic assistance under an
    international treaty known as the Vienna Convention on Consular
    Relations”, these vermin want this murderer to walk?

    • QuinnTheEskimo9

      Yes, it appears so.

  • Zaporizhian Sich

    Execute this terrorist, because an illegal alien who kills a cop is just that, a terrorist. This is nothing but an attempt by those who shall not be named to elevate the brown invaders over the lives of white Americans, which are less than nothing to them.

  • mobilebay

    I heard a discussion of this case a couple of days ago on Fox. Judge Napolitano said it is up to the Federal government to contact the consulate of the criminal’s country, not the state. So, since the US was negligent in this case, Texas is free to proceed tonight. Hope I heard it right.

  • John K

    I run three miles every night near my home, I pass a memorial stone on Chimney Rock Road dedicated to the memory of Officer Gaddis. I remember watching the news when Officer Gaddis was murdered, and couldn’t wait for the day they executed this invader.

    If this vermin didn’t know English, that’s his problem. What about the rights of Officer Gaddis and other American citizens murdered by the illegal invader vermin. I’m pretty sure he knew he was here illegally. He is an invader, and the only right he has is a right to a swift death. Justice for Officer Gaddis.

    Illegal aliens: raping and murdering the people American citizens won’t. Ain’t that right, Dubya?

    • mobilebay

      …and all the way back to the only one that did it right – Dwight Eisenhower.

  • Max

    That botulinum toxin filled pompous jackass John Kerry is lobbying for this subhuman -who has already lived 20 years past his expiration date. Kerry thinks that this execution could hurt American criminals in foreign countries and our credibility overseas.

    Geez.

  • IstvanIN

    If invaders were shot upon discovery, which is what should be done to an invading force, the cop would be alive and this issue would be moot. The primary purpose of the federal government should be to protect the borders and the citizenry. The fed doesn’t do its job and the fed should be shut down. Let the states take over.

  • There needs to be a bumper sticker that says:

    “Don’t Kill People In Texas”

    • DNA Explains It All

      “Don’t kill people in Texas, unless THEY killed someone else in Texas”

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    Protesters in Edgar Tamayo’s hometown of Miacatlan, Mexico, rallied for a pardon Sunday.

    Secretary of State John F. Kerry and former governor Mark White are part of an international coalition trying to halt Texas’ execution of a Mexican citizen this week.

    Imagine the agony the Gaddis family must be experiencing as American officials rally to the side of their loved one’s foreign murderer over their dead American son. I’m sure Gaddis’s family are being told that “executing Tamayo won’t bring back their loved one” or something equally as stupid.

    Hey Kerry, you PxS:

    If hanging is good enough for Saddam Hussein, then it’s good enough for this (expletive deleted).

    In 2005, President George W. Bush ordered Texas and other states to review the 51 convictions. But Texas’ then-solicitor general, Ted Cruz, now a senator, persuaded the U.S. Supreme Court to rule that the president had no authority to order state courts to defer to the World Court

    Never forget. Never surrender.

    –Jesse James.

    • John K

      That’s the marker I pass every night, the one I mentioned in an earlier post.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    A Texan told me tonight that tons of bikers will be there to rev up their bikes to keep protesters chants from being heard.

    • Katherine McChesney

      Great for the bikers. I’ll never forget how they shut down a protest by Quanell X.

  • Max Krakah

    WEll, it has assumed room temperature. Next time I piss I will picture it hitting that things dead face

    • Bon, From the Land of Babble

      Did they execute him finally? He received a stay earlier. If so, great news. Hope the bikes are revving up LOUD.

      • Max Krakah

        I just checked another site and the story is he was executed:

        “He was pronounced dead 17 minutes after the drug was administered, at 9:32 p.m. CST.”

        • Bon, From the Land of Babble

          CNN: Texas authorities have executed convicted cop killer Edgar Tamayo Arias.

          Let the celebrating begin that justice was finally served and there is something left of the American justice system.

          • Max Krakah

            I would like to get to the point where we are not served such cold and stale justice.

  • Kenner

    ‘Trickling’ — ‘Truckling’ is the word, I think.

  • TXCriollo

    Being a Texan i hope this sends a message to the illegals either get out now or when you get caught we wont back down

  • Truth Teller

    He was just executed, Wednesday night January 22.

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      Good, now the gene pool has just been chlorinated just a little, even though in Texas it amounts to raw sewage.

  • QuinnTheEskimo9

    Blacks believe every criminal, murderer, armed robber and rapist sitting in jail, prison and on death row was framed by racist cops and convicted by a racist justice system that only wants to put white men behind bars. Look how they rallied around double murderer OJ Simpson.

    It looks like Mexicans believe the same thing.

  • KittyAmerica

    Compare the two side by side. Tamayo and Officer Gaddis;

    • They should have turned off the greaserito on looks alone.

    • Katherine McChesney

      Look like he had Michael Jackson skin disease. Vitaligo, isn’t it?

  • Zaporizhian Sich

    These are Mexican gangsters arrested and under guard by Mexican police in Mexico. The truth is, I regard Mexican police as just as dangerous to us as their gangsters are, due to their infamous corruption and often being in league with the gangsters. To be an honest cop in Mexico is to put your life and your loved ones lives in extreme peril. They are not just merely menacing looking, they ARE a menace that white Americans will have to shoot and kill sooner than later in their cities, neighborhood, even their own homes protecting themselves or the loved ones.

    • Katherine McChesney

      You are right. In the 70’s I encountered a female Federale in Ensenada while in line to get into a restaurant. She hit me in the stomach with her billy club. I did absolutely nothing wrong to bring that upon myself. My friends she was trying to intimidate me into giving her some money. Bribes, I hear, are usual in Mexico. My Spanish speaking friend was able to placate her by appealing to her vanity.

  • Zaporizhian Sich

    That is not my intention, because I deal with these creatures face to face. That is anything but amusing to me. As for the avatar, you are correct, Mark Lenard appeared as both the Romulan commander who destroyed his own ship after being defeated by the Enterprise and Spock’s dad.

  • William Allingham

    I hope we already got it: mexican leaders are puppets from the same Obama administration, they are like the tail of the beast which extends into the third world and keeps giving money to these mexican leaders in order to orchestrate more immigration and foster more anti-white ideologies among the uncultured mexican masses, you know these mexican leaders are so corrupt and dumb that the USA has been saving them from themselves in exchange for servitude to the liberal movement.

    USA government VS mexican government… the latter is a franchise from the former, so i make no distinction when saying i hate one or another.

  • LACounty

    His comment was deleted.

  • Fathercoughlin

    “…spoke little English,was developmentally disabled,brain-damaged and mentally ill”. Sounds like a typical Dreamer!

  • Ella

    “Tamayo drew a concealed pistol and shot Gaddis three times in the back of the head.” Oh yes, the outcome would be totally different if Tamayo knew his legal rights through the Mex Consulate over our US Constitutional Rights. 1994, is Texas a little slow in her justice?

  • FransSusan

    Tamayo deserved death regardless of his mental condition. He killed an innocent man. That’s all that matters. Good for Texas for not backing down.