Friday, September 15, 2006
MEXICO PUTS THE BITE ON THE DOG!!
Mexico has alot of internal and external problems lately.Fox cancelled Independence Day, the latest elections loser is claiming victory.The 10's of thousands of ilegal drug runners and human smugglers that they,the Mexican government,allow to cross our borders.10's of thousands of the worlds illegals and unlawfuls hiding from their own countries.Most of them get the 'get outta jail card' due to the old payoff of Mexican officials.The government is corrupt and millions of decent Mexicans are judged in a poor light due to the way the government chooses to run things.Any slimy terrorist (and there are probably thousands laying low in Mexico waiting to invade us and continue with war on us infidel pigs.Having said ALL THAT ... I bring ou this news story...Duane 'DOG' Chapman, TV's Dog The Bounty Hunter, a kick ass roughneck who took down that rapist pig on the run Andrew Luster who was hiding in Mexico until Dog took a bite outta him 3 years ago and brought him(another AMERICAN) home to America for long awaited justice.Well, Mexico gets a Hawaiian judge to issue warrants for Dog and his 2 sons who helped nap the rich rapist.They are in a cell,no bail for the bail bondsmen,and its gonna get nuttier.This sickens me in many ways.Throw the freakin Dog a Bone! He apprehended a violent and evil rapist ciminal!!! Vincente Fox is way out of control and now wants American blood.Oh, its on, its on like Donkey Kong........read on =^.^= ~~~Duane Dog Chapman reality star Duane "Dog" Chapman and two co-stars on his show were arrested Thursday in Hawaii on charges of illegal detention and conspiracy in the bounty hunters' capture three years ago of a cosmetics company heir. Chapman, son Leland Chapman and associate Timothy Chapman were taken into custody and did not resist arrest, said Mark Hanohano, U.S. Marshal for the district of Hawaii. "It went down without incident," Hanohano said. Mona K. Wood, a publicist for the star of the popular cable series "Dog The Bounty Hunter," said Chapman would be vindicated. "He arrests the bad guys - and he is definitely not one of them," she said. The charges stem from Chapman's capture of Max Factor heir Andrew Luster on June 18, 2003, in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, said Marshals spokeswoman Nikki Credic in Washington. Chapman's capture of Luster, who had fled the country after being convicted of raping three women, catapulted the 53-year-old bounty hunter to fame and led to the reality series on A&E. The three are being held in Honolulu. Bail has not been set. They will face an extradition hearing to Mexico under terms of treaties between the U.S. and Mexico, Credic said. Chapman's son Leland, 29, and Timothy Chapman, 41, no relation, assist Chapman in exploits chronicled for the TV show around the Hawaiian Islands. The show focuses on Chapman's family as much as the bounty hunting, which generally involves tracking down bail jumpers, often creating emotional scenes with repentant captives. Charges have been pending against the three since local police in Mexico arrested them shortly after they roped in Luster. They posted bail but never returned to Puerto Vallarta for their court hearing on July 15, 2003, Credic said. Mexican authorities demanded that the Chapmans transfer Luster to Mexican police. Their refusal to do so led to their initial arrest. A U.S. warrant for their arrest was signed by a federal judge in Honolulu on Wednesday. PLEASE RESPECT,SUPPORT & PRAY FOR OUR TROOPS and THEIR FAMILIES ;-) =^.^=