Mexicans on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border are protesting the upcoming execution of a criminal ILLEGAL alien rapist and murderer scheduled for July 7 2011 in Texas.
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Mexicans blast execution of alien murderer in Texas
Mexicans blast execution of
alien murderer in Texas
While Garcia's impending execution is creating a
firestorm, his young victim is long forgotten.
Mexicans on both
sides of the U.S.-Mexico border are protesting the upcoming execution of a
criminal alien rapist and murderer scheduled for July 7, 2011, in Texas.
the convicted killer is a Mexican citizen, the Calderon government
is questioning the procedures that were utilized in sentencing the death row
prisoner, Humberto Leal Garcia. The Mexican ambassador to the United
States requested this week that Texas Governor Rick Perry delay the execution
until a review is completed of the sentencing procedures.
38-year old Garcia faces the death penalty for the rape and murder of
16-year-old Adra Sauceda in San Antonio, Texas on May 21, 1994 . Besides
Garcia, 50 other Mexicans are sitting on death rows in the U.S.
a 2004 ruling, the International Court of Justice determined that the United
States was not granting death penalty convicts from Mexico their right to legal
assistance by their own country.
legal system prohibits capital punishment and a treaty with the United States
forbids Mexican authorities from extraditing criminals to the United States who
face the death penalty if tried in states that utilize some method of
a 2008 U.S. Supreme Court decision stipulates that the legal support of a
foreign government -- or governments -- is not required in deciding whether to
execute a foreign national convicted of a capital offense. The 6-3 majority
ruled that state court judges are given the discretion to decide how a sentence
is carried out.
high court decision cleared the way for Texas to execute Mexican citizen Jose
Ernesto Medellin by lethal injection in 2008.
the U.S. Congress is trying to resolve the conflicting court decisions with
legislation. The pending congressional bill -- supported by the liberal-left
-- would require states to obey requirements of international treaties, such as
the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations.
Mexican ambassador is urging Texas to delay final judgment on the execution
until Congress decides what it will do.
the Obama administration, which supports the bill, has threatened to withhold
federal funding from states that stray from the rules of international treaties.
His position angers U.S. Constitutionalists because it places foreign law on a
par with U.S. founding documents and U.S. jurisprudence.
[Obama's] position and that of the far-left is that the U.S. Constitution is an
important document as long as its provisions coincide with those of the United
Nations and other internationalist organizations such as the European Union,"
said Mike Baker, an attorney and political strategist.
a U.S. State Department adviser wrote a request to District Judge Maria Teresa
Herr of Bexar County, Texas, asking her to reconsider Leal’s death penalty under
terms of the Vienna treaty.
her credit, Judge Herr scheduled the execution of Leal for July. She deserves
the thanks of all patriotic Americans," said Baker.
the protests is a group of politicians and diplomats that include two former
presidents, U.S. Army generals and ambassadors. Among them is former U.S.
Ambassador to the United Nations Thomas Pickering and former FBI director
Williams Sessions. The presidents are Carter and Clinton, both progressives who
believe in one world governance.
wrote a letter to Governor Perry seeking his reconsideration of the death
penalty in this and other death penalty case involving foreign nationals.
message these leftist politicians wish to send the world is: come to America,
kill and rape. You will not be executed," quipped Baker.
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