Mexican Man Executed in Texas for Killing a Police Officer Is given a Hero’s Burial in His Home Town

Alex Delmar-Morgan, Daily Mail (London), February 3, 2014

Thousands of mourners poured out to see the burial of the Mexican man put to death by lethal injection in Texas last month, a move that has sparked diplomatic tensions between the U.S. and the central American state.

Coffin

Friends and relatives carried the coffin of Mexican Edgar Tamayo to the cemetery in his home town of Miacatlan, Morelos state, amid an outpouring of grief from local residents.

Edgar Tamayo

Edgar Tamayo

The 46-year-old Mexican was controversially executed in Texas less than two weeks ago for the killing of a Houston police officer in 1994, despite outrage from human rights groups and last minute appeals from his lawyers for clemency on the grounds that Tamayo was mentally disabled.

The case saw the unusual intervention of the U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, who had repeatedly urged the Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott to delay Tamayo’s punishment, saying it ‘could impact the way American citizens are treated in other countries.’

Abbott and the Harris County district attorney opposed postponing what was the first execution this year in the ultra-conservative American state. Some 16 people were executed in Texas in 2013.

The Mexican government also sharply criticized the decision, saying failure to review Tamayo’s case and reconsider his sentence would be ‘a clear violation by the United States of its international obligations’.

Tamayo was found guilty of shooting 24-year-old Houston policeman Guy Gaddis 20 years ago.

Tamayo’s lawyers, the Mexican government and rights groups all say Tamayo was denied a fair trial because he failed to receive consular help, something which they say broke international law and could have helped him avoid the death sentence.

Legal assistance guaranteed under the Vienna Convention could have uncovered evidence to contest the capital murder charge or provide evidence to keep Tamayo off death row, they said.

His lawyers also argue that Texas governor Rick Perry and Abbott reneged on a promise to review Tamayo’s case as ordered by the International Court of Justice in 2004.

Tamayo’s attorneys previously appealed to a federal court in Austin, Texas, for an injunction against Perry and the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles, which he appoints.

The board could have recommended Perry grant clemency, but it’s an action they rarely take. A judge rejected that lawsuit last month.

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  • Nancy Thomas

    To hell with mexico and to hell with mexicans. This shows you what they really think of us. They are hostile to America and to American culture. They are backstabbing thugs and I don’t want them in my country.

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      Soon enough the time will come to cull the herd.

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      Soon enough the time’s coming for a massive culling of these Mestizo invaders.

    • Erasmus

      We need to bring the troops home and put them on the southern border with orders to shoot to kill.

      • Nancy Thomas

        You’re right! And you know what? That’s what THEY DO! Mexico’s southern border is militarized.

      • Zaporizhian Sich

        I agree, and more to the point, they should start embarking on seek and destroy missions against the Latino gangs with orders to kill on sight. That is, after purging the military of all Latinos.

      • Talltrees

        How nice it would be if we had another Canada located south.

    • bilderbuster

      I like Mexico.
      It’s those damn Mexicans that I can’t stand!

  • Spartacus

    Well he killed a gringo, so why wouldn’t the other mestizos be happy ?

    • Oil Can Harry

      But the Republican Party says that Latinos are natural conservatives who respect the law and have traditional family values.

      • dukem1

        I am a repub. and man -o-man do i not think that!!!!!

      • Katherine McChesney

        A liberal made a similar statement to me yesterday. And they said ‘Mexicans will do the jobs that no one else would’.

        Another cut-and-paste ‘compliment’.

        • DonReynolds

          When ICE does a workplace raid and hauls off hundreds of illegal aliens, there are several Americans who apply for the job for every Mex that is deported. Clearly, Americans are eager to do those jobs.

        • bilderbuster

          Juan McAmnesty said they do jobs that Americans wouldn’t do for $50 an hour. I know many people who would pick lettuce for $50 an hour.
          No matter what we paid Americans to pick lettuce, even if it cost more at the store, it’s better for us than having Mexicans here. It would certainly encourage more people to grow their own gardens & Farmers Markets would sprout up everywhere.

    • NeanderthalDNA

      Their “saints” are narcotraficantes. Their religion only appears to be Catholicism. In fact I suspect it’s not much more than psychopathic Aztec blood and death cults, as their narcotraficante heroes evince daily in how they deal with enemies.

      • Erasmus

        Anyone who doesn’t know about it should look up the cult of Santa Muerte. THAT is what we’re letting into this country.

      • Katherine McChesney

        Cult of the dead…pure Roman Catholicism. RC altars are built upon the bones of dead people. A Roman Catholic told me that. And he was assaulted by a priest.

        • NeanderthalDNA

          Well, in that none of us are getting out of this wearisome life alive there is a certain wisdom in reminding folks of their own mortality. A coward dies a thousand deaths, a brave man only once.

          Whether one believes in a metaphysical system of reward and punishment or complete annihilation, the knowledge and understanding of one’s own mortality – sobering and a real party pooper to be sure – also serves as quite the personal motivator toward accomplishment in this life.

          Some sects of Buddhism advise one to meditate in charnel houses and contemplate the corruption of the flesh. A bit harsh for most, but effective.

          That said, the glorification of annihilation and suffering is something else entirely.

          Many pre-Colombian civilizations shared the Aztec fascination with sadistic butchery. Do a wiki search on the Moche – a pre Incan folk who worshipped a demon known as “the Decapitator”, an octopus/spider like fellow with head separating mandibles. They got into all sorts of perversions including bestiality, necrophilia, snuff sex, drug induced psychosis, as well as the most ghastly forms of torture imaginable. Eventually it appears an “el nino” weather phase hit, and as their crops failed, they chopped off more and more heads until…

          No more heads to chop off.

          This is what White hating crypto-Marxists glorify in their never ending antinomian zeal to spread the lies and never ending discontent needed to bring the rule of “Satan” (however one wishes to define such) to this world and destroy all that is decent.

      • DonReynolds

        Why hasn’t the CIA bothered to target the monsters smuggling drugs into this country? They are supposed to be good at that sort of thing. Do it today.

        • NeanderthalDNA

          Probably something to do with “executive orders”, Don.

          Respondeat Superior…

          Considering the non-merit hiring practices now in overdrive under the Obama administration, however, I suspect the CIA ain’t quite what it once was…

        • bilderbuster

          They only target their competitors or those who don’t pay their cut.
          I hope you don’t believe it’s the Taliban who is growing & bringing in all that pure heroin from Afghanistan either.

  • Puggg

    This is like a big giant middle finger being flipped from south of the border.

  • sbuffalonative

    If he stayed in Mexico this wouldn’t have happened. This should be a warning to Mexicans.

    • NeanderthalDNA

      Texas, baby!
      Now for secession.

    • Erasmus

      I still think they should have used a trebuchet to hurl his carcass back across the border.

  • Einsatzgrenadier

    If a white man killed some mestizo cop in Mexico, he would have been shot dead by the Mexican police and there would have been no international outcry by human rights organizations. A mestizo foreigner kills a cop on American soil and gets coddled by the justice system and then lionized as an international celebrity by the media. The American government has become subservient to foreign interests, but that’s only because of the traitors in our midst who are trying to destroy us from within.

    • Katherine McChesney

      I’ve seen the Federales at work and it isn’t a pretty picture. Especially the females. They wield a mean billy club. I saw one jam a billy club into someones stomach over a trivial matter. She never gave her a warning. She was standing in the doorway of a restaurant minding her own business when this Latina hit her to make her move from the entrance. It was scary and we thought we might have to bribe her to leave us alone.

      • DudeWheresMyCountry?

        I have had the displeasure of bribing Mexican cops a couple of times. It sucks giving those cretin $40 but it is better than following the police (with their hands on their guns) to a holding station on the outskirts of town.

        • Black Swan

          I see NO reason whatsoever to visit Mexico. It is a violent, corrupt, Third world sinkhole, there’s nothing there for a white American except robbery, kidnapping and death.

          • Zaporizhian Sich

            The only reason I would ever have to visit Mexico would be to burn it down literally and drive our Latino enemies before us like animals. Other than that, I agree that there is no reason whatsoever for whites to go there.

          • Katherine McChesney

            I visited Ensenada and other parts of Baja California in the 70’s. The last time I went south was on a cruise to Progresso, Yucatan. I’ll never cross the border again. It is a Roman Catholic cesspool. Even the children are prolific pick pockets. I’ve heard that is also the norm for Catholic Italy.

          • NeanderthalDNA

            The only reason would be for the uninitiated to get a taste of what unrestricted Mexican immigration means for our future.

            One visit to non-Acapulco should be enough. See? See? Is this your idea of how you want to live?

          • NeanderthalDNA

            Reminds me of a Southpark episode…

            One of the kids, Kenny, gets hit by a bus and dragged to Ensenada, Mexico. Calls home, talks to “Cartman” who’s become a hellfire and brimstone preacher and thinks Kenny has gone to Hell for his sins. Cartman then reports this to his congregation…

            “It was Kenny, calling from the depths of Hell. And he described what Hell is like in horrid detail! He said in Hell, the smell is awful! He said that in Hell, everyone speaks Spanish! He said there is water in Hell, but if you drink it you pee out your [butt] for seven hours! And perhaps worst of all, in Hell there are dozens of little trinket stores, but they all have the same little trinkets in them!”

            In the end, Jesus intervenes and sends Cartman “some place worse than Hell” – Ensenada, Mexico.

            I don’t know how those guys who write that show get away with it these days…

          • Katherine McChesney

            My worst experience with the Federales was in Ensenada. It was the 70’s and the town was crumbling. Children were everywhere bargaining for money to wash cars. Of course, after they would get the $5. they would run away.

            I would never return to the Baja or any other part of Mexico knowing how they hate Americans.

          • DonReynolds

            The best advice of all. Do not go there assuming NOTHING bad can happen.

  • Luca

    Along with that coffin they should have sent Mexico a bill for all the legal costs, right down to the cost of the syringe that killed him.

    • DudeWheresMyCountry?

      The US, if it even still exists should simply say that there can no longer be any more Mexican movement into The US, legal or otherwise for the safety and human dignity of Mexicans who might commit crimes and therefore could be subject to US laws. It might be tough for all those hordes of squatters but hey saving one precious 65 IQ Mexican that showers once a week and has never owned a toothbrush is definitely worth it.

      • Luca

        What logic dictates that 80% of our immigrants need to come from Central America in the first place?

        Democrats have been changing the demographic landscape for 50 years now and we continue to let it happen.

  • Jesse James

    They realize they are in a permanent state of conflict with white America, they are just honoring one of their own war heroes. I know that it is preaching to the choir here but we need to understand that the 21st Century is going to be a period of increasingly open warfare between the major races and cultures of the planet. This war will mostly be an asymmetrical conflict where “the womb” of our women – demographics – is one of the main methods of taking over territory. The non-whites of the world still can’t beat the high tech armies of what remains of the West in conventional head to head warfare. The Mexican government is very open with their support of destabilization of US sovereignty. That is what there promoting dual citizenship, “where ever there is a Mexican there is Mexico”. They are literally re-occupying the areas of the US that they gave up after the Mexican-American War and they are reestablishing political control using our own political system against us. There are already large areas of the South-west where white America has ceased to have any real control over. Eventually we will be forced one way or another to accept the political loss of national territory. It is very unlikely that we would actually go to war to retain areas that haven’t had white majority populations for twenty years.

    • nativist

      Actually they aren’t re-occupying territory, because at the time of the Mexican Cession the territories claimed by the Mexicans were very thinly populated. L.A.
      & San Francisco had a combined population of less than 2000. Texas had less than 1 person per 10 square miles. At the beginning of the 20th century present
      day Mexico appears to have had a population of less than 12 million.

      • Jesse James

        True but that is not the narrative they teach their population in the Mexican schools.

        • Conrad

          Be fruitful & multiply.

        • bilderbuster

          NATO stole Kosovo from Serbia.

          • Jesse James

            I care too it made me sick when NATO led by the USA chose to bomb the Serbs and assist Muslims in their further advance into Europe. I imagine the Serbs couldn’t believe that after a thousand years of helping to defend the West against muslim aggression that we stabbed them in the back and handed their territory over to a people who are the enemies of the West. Maybe it is the way the last Byzantine Emperor Constantine XI Palaiologos felt when the great Christian Kingdoms of Europe failed to support the defense of Constantinople allowing the very gates of Europe to fall to Ottoman Turk enemy. Sometimes history is so full of stupidity, blind greed and treachery that is makes one sick to read it.

            Statue of the last Emperor of Byzantium in Athens, Greece.

          • I was willing to fight Serbs in 1991 because Croatia deserved to be free. The only thing Bosniak and Kossovar Muzzies deserve is a quick trip to either Turkey or Hell, and I just don’t care which.

          • bilderbuster

            I’m convinced Al CIA Duh was following orders & stirring up trouble in Kosovo.
            The Serbs were doing a good job of putting an end to that so NATO not only stole Kosovo but knocked over the Nationalist Serbian government & gave the Serbian people a dose of depleted uranium while they were doing it.

      • DudeWheresMyCountry?

        And most of the so called Mexicans that were in the southwest in the 1840s were Spaniards (White). I’ve told Mexicans before. do you really think if Whitey never came to the new world that Mexicans would be running north and squatting for food and medicine? No, there would be nothing to come for, except to get scalped by the tribes of the southwest.

        Mexico started hostilities with Texas. Mexico would not have held onto these lands even without the Mexican-American War. There were rebellions going on already, in California there was the Bear Flag Revolt.

        Mexico only loosely controlled the southwest and for only 30 years, I laugh when people try to say they have a historical claim.

        Also The US took over Mexico City during the war and the Mexicans had no choice to stop fighting. We could have annexed the whole country or we could have taken parts of Northern Mexico and / or Baja California, they are lucky they got off how they did after starting that war.

        And to top it off they accepted money for the land and debt relief! The best part of the treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo is that the US promised to protect the border areas between the countries to stop Indian raids and attacks on Mexico! We actually agreed at one time to militarize the border region to keep Mexicans safe from Indians… you can’t make this stuff up folks.

        Next time you hear a Mexican’t talking about the southwest smash them with facts and reality! Don’t let them off with their ignorant self serving lies.

        • Conrad

          Can you recommend a book?

          • dukem1

            “Camp of the Saints”….

        • DonReynolds

          Mexico did not exist until 1824, before that, it was the Crown of Spain. Yes, the Spanish have more of a claim than the Mex ever thought of having.

          • NeanderthalDNA

            If Hispanic immigration was limited and quality controlled, we’d have little or no problem. An industrious and law abiding Pancho here and Consuela there…no problem. Would assimilate easier and really contribute something. Also would result in much better Mexican restaurants, lol…

            Lots of descendants of old Castillian types in the SW, like the Archuletas…

            http://en.wikipedia[dot]org/wiki/Archuleta

            But of course this is not what we’re getting and folks like this are not the problem.

            It’s the horde of psychopathic Aztecs and their ilk.

          • bilderbuster

            The Confederated States of America has a better claim than anyone over TX & AZ.
            That’s who those states chose to join the last time they had a choice.

      • DonReynolds

        Mexico won independence from Spain in 1824. Twelve years later, Texas declared independence from Mexico. Ten years after Texas independence, was the Mexican War. Mexico has a very feeble claim to any part of the USA and that claim has been satisfied by treaty, and blood, and cold hard cash. How many ways does it take to own a place?
        Tell the Mex to take a flying screw at the moon.

        • NeanderthalDNA

          They had little or no real control over the area. It was undeveloped Indian territory, lawless and a refuge for bandits and desperadoes. Many of the old Hispanic Californians, especially the upper classes, assimilated into the Anglo populations.

          Of course the upper classes were much more Castillian Spanish Whites.

      • bilderbuster

        No matter who claimed it, parts of the S.W. were Indian Country until the US finally conquered it. Mexico never had any control of the territory.

    • DudeWheresMyCountry?

      Re-occupying isn’t the right word. They were never here before. The Spanish were here and colonized the southwest and as The Spanish Empire weakened at the hands of The French and British in the early 19th century “New Spain” could no longer be administered. Mexico was the successor state of New Spain and from the beginning it was riddled with territory trying to get away from Mexico. Guatemala is a break away province. Texas too. The Yucatan Peninsula broke away temporarily. California had a revolt separate from any US military actions.

      Mexicans were never here until the last 40 years. That is it.

      • Katherine McChesney

        I was told when I lived in Santa Monica that in the 1800’s a wealthy Mexican landowner had vast holdings across the state and that he had seven daughters. There were seven cities named for them. Try as I might I cannot find a source for this.

    • Talltrees

      Don’t give up. “Ten soldiers wisely led will beat a hundred without a
      head.”

      Euripides

  • Erasmus

    … a move that has sparked diplomatic tensions between the U.S. and the central American state.

    Please, God, let it boil over into overt aggression. Then it will be clear to everyone that Mexico is a threat to the US’s well-being.

    • Einsatzgrenadier

      Yes, I pray for civil war and race war every day, especially in these United States. We absolutely need them both. Our race will not survive without them.

  • r j p

    His body should have just been chucked in to the Rio Grande.
    With the words “Molon Labe” written on it.

    • Strider73

      I have long advocated that executed criminals, or those killed in the act, should be cremated without ceremony and the ashes dumped in some undisclosed location. Leave nothing for the family and others to rally around or hold a ceremony with.

      • Zaporizhian Sich

        The easiest solution is to take executed enemy invader’s corpses out on a little plane ride, then dump them into the ocean from 30,000 feet.

      • Zaporizhian Sich

        There is a machine called a tissue digester that completely disintegrates a body then what is left is pumped into a sewer. That is accomplished by boiling it in a stainless steel vat full of a strong solution of sodium hydroxide at 300 degrees F. It has been used to dispose of infected animal remains and medical waste, but it would also be a perfect way to dispose of executed criminals too. Best of all, any pathogens are destroyed too, not even prions like those which cause Mad Cow can survive attack by lye.

    • DonReynolds

      A good suggestion. The turtles and fish would have a feast.
      Personally, I had rather bury then on the north bank of the Rio Grande up to the neck, facing Mexico. Ants and worms have to eat, the same as turtles and fish.

  • bigone4u

    Mexicans, because of the inferiority of their brains and customs, often exhibit a false pride. I saw this as soon as I moved to San Antonio 30 years ago. It really is discomforting to know that behind the facade of the “happy Mexican” there lurks massive resentment, which is going to EXPLODE when the Mexican population reaches critical mass. This is just ONE MORE REASON to keep them in their own country.

    • Nancy Thomas

      And one more reason to DEPORT them.

      • Zaporizhian Sich

        And to shoot any of them who resist.

    • Pelagian

      Well, there are happy Mexicans. I’ve met some . But we should’ve had the stones to only allow the happy ones in … And in VERY SMALL numbers. But we never seem to do what’s in our best interest as a country. We either do what’s best for corporate America, or we take unreasonable risks because of a sunny view of humanity imposed upon us by the liberals.

      • DonReynolds

        Naaah…… they can play “happy Mexican” in Meheco just as easily as they can in the USA. Let them be happy in their own country. We have enough entertainment already.

        • Pelagian

          Nothing wrong with having people audition to become citizens. There are a few, white English yobs that we dont need either. Linda Ronstadt’s Dad, I think was a good choice by INS.

          • DonReynolds

            The USA cannot be a drain on all the talent and intelligent people in the world. They are needed very badly where they are to improve their own country and economy. We will do fine without them and they will do better without coming here.

  • curri

    I suppose no English-language news outlet in the US covered this.

  • borogirl54

    This guy killed a cop and got his just deserts, what is the big deal?

    • IstvanIN

      Just deserts? He lived, at the taxpayers expense, almost as long as the 24 year old cop he executed had for an entire life..

  • So CAL Snowman

    So Mexicans celebrate the death of a cop killer and liberals still can’t figure out why Mexico is a lawless third world hell hole and why Mexicans in America remain mired in poverty and violence.

    • Einsatzgrenadier

      Liberals don’t have to figure out anything. Just blame whitey and everything will take care of itself.

  • Extropico

    That picture of a feted White cop killer is all the evidence needed to comprehend that they are at war with us.

  • John K

    John Kerry is an imbecile; Americans are already treated harshly in other countries, and most have never done anything wrong.

    At least they buried him back in Mexico; liberals will probably be angry that he wasn’t buried at Arlington National Cemetary.

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      He’s not an imbecile, he’s one of legions of enemies working towards our extermination. The likes of Kerry endanger white American’s lives both at home and abroad.

  • Funruffian

    I’ve worked with many Mexicans in the school districts of Mexifornia. While some appear civil and somewhat congenial, there is a seething presence about them that gives off a vibe of hatred for the White man through their body language and facial expressions. I’ve even met a few who verbally express their dislike for White people. This is very telling. I wouldn’t trust too many of them to watch my back or to follow through on a promise.

    • NeanderthalDNA

      I used to like using the Mexicans to keep the Puerto Ricans in line.

      I’m good at pretending to like one enemy in order to deal with another. A skill not unworthy to learn as a White in this here United Jiggy States of Aztlan these days.

      Perfect from any angle, by the way…

      • Funruffian

        I thought you would like to see the other side.
        Where there is tension, there is tension. As humans we can sense a hostility in its subtle signals.

        • NeanderthalDNA

          Vicious self interest, darling…

          • Lt_Greyman_NVA

            “Let them Hate, so long as they Fear.”

    • Katherine McChesney

      I found that vibe in Santa Fe from the Hispanics, descendants from Spain. They hate ‘anglos’. Their resentment is palpable.

      • Funruffian

        Those High mestizos can be pretty hostile depending on which side of their heritage or DNA they identify with. If they identify more with their Indigenous background they will be more hostile bitter toward Whites and Vice Versa.
        I’ve found that the Low Mestizos or purely indigenous Mexicans are more humble and more easy-going than those with a high admixture of Caucasian DNA.
        All I know is that in Mexifornia, if you draw attention to a Mestizo’s characteristics such as their accents, food, or whatever, they become very insulted and hostile. It’s really a contradiction in their persona. If they express so much pride in who they are, then why do they get insulted if you amicably mention their characteristics? They are very touchy and testy.

        • Zaporizhian Sich

          They are looking for any excuse to harm, or kill whites. That is because they have the personality of a bomb dropped from a plane that failed to explode upon hitting the ground, and now has a partially activated fuse that could detonate it at any moment. In other words, they are walking hair triggers to be avoided unless they provoke us first.

  • Funruffian

    I have a question for all of the members:
    Does anyone here actually love Mexican food? Be honest. I think it’s overrated. And I’m not talking about Taco Bell, El Pollo Loco or one of those Fast Food chains. I’m talking about the stuff that Whites barely ever eat or ever even heard of like Albondigas, Escamoles, Empenadas, Chilliquillas, etc. It bugs me when I see Nordic White types raving about Chips n Salsa, burritos, quesadillas and all that other deep fried stuff. I think Mexican food can be tasty, but it’s really not gourmet or should be regarded as Continental Cuisine.
    Besides, they barely have any good desserts. All they have is Flan and a couple of other terrible tasting sweets that you want to spit out the second you bite into it.

    • Strider73

      If you don’t like Mexican food, then don’t eat it. That just leaves more for the rest of us. Having been born & raised in El Paso, my wife and I both have salsa and enchilada sauce in our veins. When we still had family in El Paso and visited them, we would always have at least one dinner at Leo’s, which was the local gold standard for Mexican food. Now the closest we can get is the Don Pablo’s chain, which is good but not great like Leo’s. We also make our own Mexican food at home at least twice a week.

      • Who Me?

        I really do like the Mexican food I’ve eaten, but have never been too adventurous. I do not like my food very hot. (Spice-wise speaking) I used to like the local LaCasita, but when we decided to go there one evening, the place was locked and empty… My husband makes salsa every summer with the tomatoes, hot and bell peppers, garlic and cilantro he grows himself in our garden. He makes two kinds, the kind I can eat and the hot stuff he likes. It keeps him busy and he leaves my herb garden alone.

    • NeanderthalDNA

      I like the real stuff a good bit, I’ll admit. Tacos al pastor – soft tortillas with lean pork, pineapple, garnished with plenty of cilantro and fresh chopped onion is delicious.

      Mole – takes a little to get used to, but once you develop the taste, very good, very distinctive (chocolate and pepper sauce on chicken). Deviled shrimp is also delicious if properly prepped.

      I’ve blabbed about my once favorite local Mexican restaurant that seems to have gone to hell in a hand basket with the rise in the Mexican population around here. I think the old Mexicans who owned it before were higher quality second generation types who actually assimilated well but wonder if the place has become some kind of cartel money laundering front since it changed ownership.

      Not only has the quality of the food plummeted but the dumpy mestiza waitresses can’t do simple math, and seem clueless even when I speak to them in perfect Castillian Spanish. The “management” is always “out for an hour or two” when I’ve asked to speak to them and the last time I went there I swear the surly little dirty indian cook purposely spiked the salsa with super picante habanero sauce out of spite.

      Anglos can cook better “authentic” Mexican food than those morons any day of the week, anyway.

      Anybody want to buy a restaurant? I’ll manage it and put out the best authentic Mexican food this side of…well, the best authentic Mexican food anywhere, lol…

      • IstvanIN

        I speak to them in perfect Castillian Spanish. Therein lies your first mistake.

        • TXCriollo

          Ya ive found that out the hard way the injos do not like the conquistador Spanish

    • NeanderthalDNA

      Fried ice cream is yummy if competently prepared too. The key to good salsa is not butt burning hotness, by the way, but FRESH cilantro and onions.

    • Talltrees

      The first and last time I agreed, actually forced to make everyone happy, to eat at a Mexican restaurant, the waitress brought a plate filled with what appeared to be vomit of varying unappetizing colors. Everything was smooshed together and lumpy soft. I couldn’t make it out. Then it was topped with White stuff that looked like a fungus growth. Disgusting! Why do beans have to be refried?

      I wasn’t eating that. Do not like salsa, tacos or any of those hard, tough folded, pancake like things. Mexican lingo is not part of my vocabulary, and it’s lingo I don’t want to know. Very regretful I took two years of Spanish, and intentionally have been trying to forget every last word. That pretty much tells you what I think of Mexican cuisine and culture.

      Give me hamburgers, steaks, french fries, baked potatoes, and I’m happy.

      • Funruffian

        I can totally relate to you about getting one of those white-hot platters with gooey food that looks like it was meshed together. That is so typical. Mexicans and other Latinos have the highest rate of Type II diabetes. I guess we can attribute that affliction with their diet. Besides, when it comes to knowing about any other Fine Cuisines of the world, those Mexicans are completely ignorant. It’s like the only food that exists in their mind is Mexican and a few greasy foods of Americana like Cheeseburgers, Hot Dogs and fries.

      • You’re missing out on a lot of good European food: chicken Marengo, sausage Lyon, etc.

        • Talltrees

          Ah, you’re into French cuisine. Have eaten in some of the best restaurants throughout the country noted for fine cuisine. Couldn’t wait to get home for good home cooked German, Italian, and English (New England) food. Born in the Northeast.

          Fettucini Alfredo, Italian Roast Beef, Italian Wedding Soup, Caesar’s salad, Eggplant Parmesan, Pigs in the Blanket, Ham and Green Beans, Macaroni and Cheese, Chicken Pot Pie, Corn Pie, Philly Cheese Steak, Chicken Corn Soup, Beer Shrimp, Bean Soup, New England Clam Chowder, Boston Baked Beans, Maine Lobster, Corned Beef and Cabbage, Plum Dumplings, ShooFly Pie, Fasnachts, Funnel Cakes, Black Forest Cake, Biscotti, Stollen, Philly Cheesecake, Crumb Cake, Sticky Buns.

      • Katherine McChesney

        I came across this ‘fungus’ at a Mexican restaurant in my town five years ago. It was disgusting. I had ordered tamales but they brought out something that had no appearance of a tamales. Local Nashvillians thought this restaurant served Mexican food but I knew better after having eaten in Baja, California and New Mexico. It was garbage. Even the chain Mexican restaurants here serve garbage.

    • Anglo

      I don’t care for Mexican food; too spicy for my taste (what I’ve eaten). However, I will never eat in a Mexican restaurant and wouldn’t even if I did like their food because I don’t want to help any Mexicans stay in this country. I like mediterranean cuisine, myself.

      • Funruffian

        Many of the Italian chains like Olive Garden and The Spaghetti Factory have hired and trained Mexican chefs. It’s an excuse for cheap labor I guess. I won’t forgot in that last Rocky movie that line Pauli gives when he’s drunk, “What’s so special about Italian food being cooked up by Mexicans?” That killed me.

        • Anglo

          I like authentic Greek food too. I liked the Rocky movie. However, I do eat at home a lot; I know restaurants hire Mexican workers. Here it was on the news about a native born White American man complaining that he wasn’t hired for a dish washing job at a large chain restaurant because he couldn’t speak Spanish. How outrageous is that? LOL I hope he got a good lawyer and sued them.

        • Talltrees

          It’s an insult to Italians who created delicious food.

      • IstvanIN

        It is nothing special at all. Portuguese is tons better. Do bad we don’t have more Hungarian, Polish and German restaurants.

        • Talltrees

          Agree. The yummiest pastries, cakes, and pies. Hungarian goulash and sauerbraten are good, too.

      • I cook plenty of Mexican food here at home. It saves money, and we also don’t have to worry about how clean everything is.

        • Anglo

          Home cooking and saving money too. Can’t beat that!

    • Tarczan

      I rarely eat out. i buy quality fresh food and cook it. Unfortunately I can’t hunt my own meat where I am, but I try to buy Amish chicken, etc. You never know when you eat at a restaurant if a budding young Jesse Jackson works there and spits in the food.
      BTW Mexican food appears to be super fatty.

      • Talltrees

        The main reason we don’t eat out anymore. We buy our meat, vegies, and fruit from local farmers. I prefer the excellent home cooked meals my Mother and Grandmother made. My Father is an excellent cook, as well. There was never a Mexican dish in our house.

    • Katherine McChesney

      New Mexican food is the best in my opinion due to the use of Hatch Green and Red chilies. Cal-Mex is second best. Mexican food in Nashville is worse than fast food.

      • I used to use Hatch chilies, but started roasting my own pablano and Anaheim peppers, and now won’t go back.

    • itdoesnotmatter

      Mexicans call their miniature stuffed pies, “empanadas,” but every ethnicity has its own version. A Berkeley neighbor from Slovakia taught me her particularly enticing version, the Piroshki.
      I still make them, including the pastry.
      Culture to culture, fillings may be anything from mashed potatoes with fried onions, [India adds cumin], sauerkraut/cabbage, ground beef with raisins and sweet spices, leftover beef stew or pot roast, pork/prawn combination, ala Chinese potstickers or Japanese gyoza.
      I make my own [meatless] dark rum stewed mincemeat, sometimes use that for filling dessert mini-pies.

    • Katherine McChesney

      There is no ‘good’ Mexican food in Nashville. The only edible Mexican food is in California and Northern New Mexico.

  • Allan477

    Why wasn’t the body cremated and the ashes scattered? And who paid to have the corpse sent to Mexico?

  • jeffaral

    Mexico and Mexicans are the biggest threat to American internal security. They MUST be expelled by any means.

  • DudeWheresMyCountry?

    Mexico represents an overwhelming clear and present danger to the security and prosperity of The United States. Prove me wrong.

  • Nevsky

    And these are the model Republican voters just waiting to embrace conservatism…

  • MBlanc46

    Let’s really have some diplomatic tension. Let’s get Mexico so POed that they seal the border.

    • Talltrees

      What will cause that? All of us White folks sneaking into Mexico? Don’t forget to pack your guns and drugs before you go. Take your kiddies and pregnant wives with you.

      • MBlanc46

        I was hoping that just calling them greaseballs might do it.

  • DudeWheresMyCountry?

    Stay classy Mexico.

  • IstvanIN

    This tells us all we need to know about Mexicans.

  • Tim_in_Indiana

    And I suppose the libs are going to tell us there’s no dearth penalty in Mexico? Yeah, right.

  • Joe blow

    I think he’s a white Hispanic. Or a mestizo mutt. Something like that.

  • Truth Teller

    I guess he is the Hispanic version of that Killadelphia black Mumia jabar or mumbo jumbo whatever who assassinated officer White officer Faulkner decades ago. I love Texas.

  • Truth Teller

    I’ve seen some of those Saint Death stores in Los Angeles; like posters for horror movies sort of combo zombies and skeletons.

    • Katherine McChesney

      I was in a Mexican market yesterday looking for some green chili sauce. There was a huge display of candles with Catholic death decals on them. There was also a Mexican woman who couldn’t speak English but used an EBT to pay for her groceries. Signs about immigration were stapled to the counter showing two hands shaking hands…a red-skinned Mexican and a White man.

      • Greg Thomas

        I’m sure that EBT card was courtesy of her multiple anchor spawn.

        • Our Criminal Occupation Government actually advertises the food stamp program in Mexico. When I applied for food stamps, I was refused because I own my own house outright. The “person” who turned me down was a greaserita who spoke English about as well as my pet fox.

  • Truth Teller

    The dumbest thing Mexico ever did was revolt against Spain. Somehow I doubt that America would ever have gone against Spain back in the 1840’s. But 20 years after they kicked out Spain, Mexico was so corrupt and weak the Americans just walked down to Mexico city without any opposition. The Mexican elite even offered General Winfield Scott the Kingship of Mexico. Maybe he bribed them, maybe they came up with it on their own.
    Every time anyone blathers on about how we stole California and the southwest I ask them if they know how long Mexico was sovereign over Texas and California. They don’t know and are totally shocked when I tell them 14 years, 1822 to 1836.

  • Black Swan

    So killing an American law enforcement officer is a heroic act and celebrated by Mexicans? We should give these people amnesty?

    Was Kerry there to shed crocodile tears? Would Kerry plead for leniency if an American killed a Mexican police officer in Mexico?

    Answers: yes. no. no, because he’s a hypocrite. no.

    At least the carcass was shipped back to the hold he came from and he wasn’t buried here. We should have dumped his body in the ocean and been done with it.

  • Truth Teller

    I don’t like Mexican food at all. And I never eat it just as I will never speak Spanish. It is a symbol of the enemy. Plus all those carbs are fattening. Mexican wedding cookies delicious but they are a German recipe brought b German immigrants.

    • Katherine McChesney

      And biscochitos come from a recipe from the U.K.

      But, Mexican vanilla is to die for.

      • Talltrees

        Have you tried Nielson-Massey’s Madagascar Bourbon vanilla, made from the Madagascar (Bourbon Islands) vanilla bean. Voted #1.

        • itdoesnotmatter

          I use Bourbon Islands vanilla, too.
          USA supermarket name brands contain sweetener, among other unwanted ingredients.

          • itdoesnotmatter

            @convair: I am aware of the Warfarin and Warfarin sodium angle. Did not want to wax technical with the issue, but thanks for doing so.
            The cheap Mexican vanilla risk was for those already RX’d with various anti-coag meds, the possibility of increased therapeutic blood levels causing bleeding problems.
            By the way, tonka beans do not have to be smuggled. One can buy them online.

      • itdoesnotmatter

        @Katherine: Mexican vanilla was banned from the USA some time back; it contained an anticoagulant that was causing problems. I won’t buy anything grown or made in Mexico.
        As even California’s domestically grown produce is picked and processed by Chicanos, it should be washed repeatedly while wearing non-latex gloves before use.
        If you can’t peel it, cook it, is my motto for Chicano touched food.
        These days, our hands on meat packing plants are solidly Chicano staffed, except for managerial personnel.

        • Katherine McChesney

          Thanks for telling me that. The last I bought in Progresso, Yucatan. If I had known this I wouldn’t have wasted my money.

  • LACounty

    Commence Operation Wetback II

    • DLRisVH

      Back when America had a “brass” pair!!

  • Ragman69

    John Kerry said to hold off on the execution because he feared it would hurt Americans and the way “we” are treated around the world…….Really? What freakin idiot thinks any American is safe or even treated good…..even in the U.S.!!, let alone some other country? Kerry…an idiot that has a wall of armed guards around him at all times. Come on Kerry…come out of your cocoon and morph into a moth please…..then fly into the light!

  • LACounty

    One down.

  • Talltrees

    Well, we were warned by our Founding Fathers a large number of dissimilar foreigners will change the country to their native culture and government.

    It’s obvious our legislators are unaware of our framers’ wisdom or simply ignoring it despite its truth or don’t know that the U.S. has Founding Fathers. Every once in a while I hear one of them refer to “Founding Fathers” and I’m shocked.

    We are observing their warnings materializing right before our eyes.

  • wildfirexx

    What I don’t understand… is why did it take Texas 20 years ?

    • WR_the_realist

      That’s typical for a person facing the death penalty. There are appeals after appeals, and by the time the perp gets executed he’s likely to have lived twice as long as his victim.

  • LHathaway

    His entire criminal record is just killing one guy, somehow by some possible method? Just one guy, other than that a clean slate. . . Surely there is more to the story than this. . .

    • itdoesnotmatter

      What scenario do you have in mind, LHathaway?

    • Luca

      You don’t know what you’re talking about.

      Tomayo had a criminal record in California and was apprehended for a robbery in Texas. While being transported from the robbery crime scene he shot a police officer in the back of the head three times. The car crashed and Tomayo fled but was captured a few blacks away still wearing handcuffs and the robbery victim’s watch and jewelry.

      Aside from these minor infractions, he was in the country illegally.

      Next time do a little research. Better yet, don’t comment at all.

      • LHathaway

        Please don’t tell me what to do or say. After reading your comments, it’s clear You don’t know what to do, yourself. At least I read your comments. Read mine again. I simply asked what he had done, asking “surely there is more to the story than this?”‘.

        In the article itself (which I was also pointing out by the way of my comment) virtually nothing is said about what allegedly transpired. There was very little in the comments here, very little is said about what happened. I had no idea. Thank you for supplying more of the story. That’s all I asked for.

  • benvad

    Should’ve dumped his carcass in the ocean like that scum Bin Ladin.

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      I agree, throwing him out of a plane at 30,000 feet without a parachute to plummet into the ocean below would be the way to dispose of Mexican terrorists, literally.

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      Exactly, throwing him out of a plane from 30,000 feet would be the sort of “send off” he deserves. Sharks have to eat, same as the crabs.

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      Most definitely, because the sharks need to eat and so do the crabs.

  • William Krapek

    I’m not gonna lie to ya. I love it that tamales have started to become a tradition at Christmas. It’s a nice, expected touch.

    But not worth the hassle of all these illegal invaders. No.

    • Katherine McChesney

      Home made tamales in Northern New Mexico are delicious. Expecially the green corn and cheese. And pork and cheese. It took three of us females several days to make them.

  • NeanderthalDNA

    Yeah, I mean…what’s the difference between this stuff and voodoo/santeria other than the specific ethnicity?

    Of course it’s fashionable to demonize the Christian conquistadores of the new world. The evil Christian greedy Spanish ruthlessly conquered and enslaved the poor virtuous Aztecs, blah blah blah…

    Yeah. Cortes was no saint himself (Christianity does not require such, of course, very wise understanding of human nature) but…

    I wonder how many cryto-Marxists would be able to witness Aztec psychopathy in it’s full and bloody glory and not vomit to death. Of course the part of the story not told in the propaganda indoctrination centers known as schools is that Cortes’s five hundred evil Spaniards were augmented by probably ten times that number of non-Aztec natives who utterly detested those bloody, EVIL psycopaths.

    I’m sure Tenochtitlan, for all it’s glory and clever monumental architecture, would upon reflection even to the modern mind, resemble nothing so much as a bloody Hellscape.

    Because it was…

  • All this uproar over “violating international treaties” is bullshit. Mexico violated our agreement many years ago when it and all the other 3rd world countries refused to accept their criminal nationals being deported back to their homelands. We are under no obligation to uphold our end unless they uphold their end and take all their scumbag criminals back.

    One criminal down only a few million to go.

    • NeanderthalDNA

      What about Mexico encouraging and enabling their undesirable surplus population to illegally enter (invade) our country?

  • Zaporizhian Sich

    I think putting belts of “bouncing Betty” anti-personnel mines would be just the way to send a clear message to Mexico their hordes are not welcome. As a further deterrent, 7.62mm mini-guns rigged to destroy anything that’s warm and moving would ensure far fewer of them sneak in.

  • DonReynolds

    Send the Mexicans some more “heroes” to bury. The more the better.

  • DonReynolds

    Bush Jr. tried the same thing when he was president. Even though Bush was a recent governor of Texas, they ignored him and put the murderers to death. Hooray for Texas.

    • Erasmus

      duh-byah had no problem executing Americans, but winced as president at the thought of Texas executing Mejicanos.

      If you’ve never read it, read the part of duh-byah’s interview with Tucker Carlson concerning Karla Faye Tucker. During the interview duh-byah mocked her as begging for her life while she awaited execution. That interchange was disgusting and showed what a sociopath duh-byah was/is. If more Americans had known about that interview, I seriously doubt bush would have ever slithered into The White House. I know I would have never voted for him, as I did.

  • NeanderthalDNA

    The original owners were decent and competent. As I’ve pointed out, the more who come here the worse it got.

    If anyone wants to buy the place and put it under Anglo management I’ll manage the place and put out the best Mexican food anywhere.

    But I’ve ceased to patronize it and have little desire to find a replacement. Actually, most Mexican restaurants in my area are pretty crappy as well, so I’ve long since ceased patronizing them myself. This was my one exception, but the lack of quality control has nixed that as well.

    • Einsatzgrenadier

      The Mexicans speak a dialect of Spanish that draws much of its vocabulary from the native Indian languages. If you want the Mexicans to understand what you’re saying, you’re obviously going to have to learn a bit of Nahuatl or Mixteco and sound like a Mexican mestizo. Try something like this:

      “Que onda, guey? Que haces, mi carnal? Ahora, no tengo nada. Tienes dos barros? No seas codo, como los pinches gabachos. Que pedo, guey? Dame dos barros y no seas maricon, guey. Tengo mucho hambre, mi carnal. Me voy a la tienda para comprar una tlayuda y una caguama. Despues, me voy a relajar con una mota para fumar. No te aguites, ese. Ponte listo.”

      If you speak to them like that, you will get their attention. They might think you’re making fun of them, so that attention may not necessarily be positive.

      • NeanderthalDNA

        Yeah, taught one once who was ‘puro indio’. Could barely understand a word he said.

        He did tell me a funny joke once though…

        Why don’t you see Puerto Ricans on Star Trek?

        They won’t work in the future either.

  • 4321realist

    They seem as bad as the blacks who whine and moan every time one of their murderers gets what is coming to him.
    And the Mex government probably wouldn’t object if they put on his tombstone something like, “Edgar got himself a honky.”
    And the white spineless politicians wouldn’t say a word about it.

    • M.

      Many Arabs do the same thing: they hail each passing terrorist as a martyr, regardless of how many innocent people or children he might have deliberately killed.

      • 4321realist

        Some people are saying that one of the reasons the Mexicans are decapitating and digging better tunnels and making better bombs is because they have been helped by Al Qaeda who are now in Mexico.
        I think the CIA has proof that they’re now in S. America.
        If that’s true, the community organizer could well have caused massive terrorism in this country if he had attacked Syria before Russia stepped in to calm the situation.
        If that happened I’m pretty sure Obama would have been impeached for failing to protect the southern border.
        He’s got almost three more years, so he still could do something to cause these people to flood this country with jihad.

  • Anglo

    I would never eat or drink anything in Mexico, and I don’t want to go there either!

  • Greg Thomas

    Funny how we have to go across the pond to read about this “celebration.”

  • MekongDelta69

    After we dumped nape on them, we called them “crispy critters.”

  • Talltrees

    Where is our 27 year old Alexander the Great who will save us?

    • Conrad

      More to the point, where are the loyal soldiers that will follow him? The Greeks of his day were rough & ready men. We’re pretty comfortable, for the moment.

      • Talltrees

        That’s true. We had a chance with Pat Buchanan when he ran for president. To think how things would be different if he had won.

        • Pro_Whitey

          Ironically, we would have been in a lot fewer wars and our troops would be more concentrated in the U.S., but I bet we would be feeling stronger and safer than ever. Ah, the lost opportunities. I thought Duncan Hunter had a lot of the right stuff in 2008, but these GOP primaries are death to good candidates because the big money goes to the amnesty supporters. Right now I’m holding out some hope for Jeff Sessions of Alabama, but right now it’s just a hope.

          • Talltrees

            Sessions is a good one, but does he want to run?

        • Conrad

          Pat Buchanan Was not the great white hope. He chose a black VP running mate. That’s why his campaign collapsed, as it should have.

          • Talltrees

            Very unwise, but he “admitted he settled on Foster only after Jimmy Hoffa, Traficant (D-OH) and several others rejected his invitation to run on his ticket. He said his choice of
            an African-American woman as a running mate should end the nonsense of bigotry, sexism and racism.

      • Zaporizhian Sich

        All that will change soon, because a growing number of us are getting that “lean and hungry” look to quote Shakespeare.

    • Fathercoughlin

      If only Peyton Manning was a freedom fighter and not a silly sportsman…

  • They should have cremated the Greaserito and sent him home in a FedEx envelope.

  • Zaporizhian Sich

    With the kinds of atrocities some of these Mestizos commit, it would be poetic justice if they were tossed into a tissue digester while alive into the sodium hydroxide solution. They murder even each other that way in 55 gallon drums., calling it “el guiso,” or the stew. Only this stew is not what you’d be eating for dinner.

  • bilderbuster

    Heartless racists have legitimate concerns.

  • bilderbuster

    You better wake the hell up!
    They crossed the Rockies long ago.
    They’re everywhere from Chicago to the Deep South.
    Cubans own the whole S.E. of FL from the Keys north.
    You must be looking through the eyes of a dodo bird.

  • You could always take the simple expedient of not going there anymore and telling them why. TGI Friday’s is a business, and with any business, the bottom line is the bottom line.

  • Katherine McChesney

    WHAT ONE EARTH DOES “Peejay” MEAN? I’ve come across this several times but googling for the answer hasn’t explained it for me.

  • Max

    If the left had their way, he’d have received a hero’s burial in the US capitol and a federal holiday.