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    Bush Sides with Gang-Raping Murderer
    Immigration; Posted on: 2007-04-30 15:04:08 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    Alien from Mexico raped, murdered two teens

    The United States Supreme Court has agreed to hear the case of Jose Ernesto Medellin, who has been on death row in Texas since his 1994 conviction for his role in the gang-rape and murder of two girls.

    The George Bush White House wants Texas to "review" the case of Medellin, who immigrated to the United States from Mexico as a child, because the International Court of Justice in The Hague agreed with Mexico that Medellin's rights were violated when their consulate was allegedly not informed of his apprehension. The Hague's ruling also effects 50 other convicts from Mexico.

    Bush demanded new state court hearings for Medellin in response to The Hague opinion, however a Texas appeals court held that Bush was exceeding his powers by interfering in a state issue.

    Bush's open-border policies have raised much anger on state and local law enforecement levels as a result of the costs associated with policing and jailing.

    According to the International Justice Project, here is what Medellin did:

    "On the evening of June 24, 1993, Jennifer Ertman, 14, and Elizabeth Pena, 16, left a social gathering at a friend’s apartment in Houston. They were taking a shortcut home through the woods, when they encountered Jose Medellin and other members of the so-called “Black and White” gang. All six gang members were engaged in a gang initiation rite for Raul Villareal. The gang had spent the evening drinking and “jumping in” Villareal, requiring him to fight all the other members until he lost consciousness. After stumbling across the Black and White gang, each girl was repeatedly raped by the gang for the next hour. The girls were then strangled, beaten, and kicked to death."
    News Source: Correspondent

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