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Mexico Looking To Overturn Death Sentences Of Mexicans On US Death Row
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    Mexico Looking To Overturn Death Sentences Of Mexicans On US Death Row

    http://www.hispanicallyspeakingnews....prisons/15280/

    The National Human Rights Commission in Mexico is pushing the government to increase their efforts towards overturning the death sentences of 58 Mexican nationals currently imprisoned in the United States. According to a press release by the Comisión Nacional de los Derechos Humanos, as of 2011, the majority of the prisoners came from Mexican states of Baja California, Chihuahua, Jalisco, and Michoacán.
    The group stated, “The commission considers it necessary to intensify actions to avoid the death penalty in cases of Mexicans held in foreign prisons and to safeguard their rights to life, dignity, and bodily integrity. This is the most severe penalty against people, its compliance is irreversible, and it is a measure that does not guarantee the delivery of justice.”
    The commission also noted that the Mexican government has filed a lawsuit before the International Court of Justice. The lawsuit states that in 39 of the 58 cases, procedural safeguards provided in the Vienna Convention for Consular Relations were violated. These requirements state that people sentenced to death outside of their native country are entitled to consular support from their own government.
    In 2011, President Obama opposed the execution of a Mexican national in Texas. The administration argued that it “would place the United States in irreparable breach of its international law obligation and cause irreparable harm to U.S. international interests.” The administration hoped to at least delay the execution until a new law mandating the review of international death sentence cases which did not receive help from their consulates. The Supreme Court, however, denied this request by a vote of 5 to 4.
    The commission did not state the crimes these 58 prisoners allegedly committed in their report. It did state however, that “from 2000 to 2011, 745 Mexicans have benefited from a reversal of the death penalty” in the United States.

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    No way Jose!

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    The group stated, “The commission considers it necessary to intensify actions to avoid the death penalty in cases of Mexicans held in foreign prisons and to safeguard their rights to life, dignity, and bodily integrity. This is the most severe penalty against people, its compliance is irreversible, and it is a measure that does not guarantee the delivery of justice.”
    Wow! Some people are so dumb that it leaves me impressed. I would prefer if mexican nationals explain their sorrow that a huge number of their citizen enter the US illegal, they commit heinious crimes which brings them on the DR, .... It´s just sick....
    No murder can be so cruel that there are not still useful imbeciles who do gloss over the murderer and apologize.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    Wow! Some people are so dumb that it leaves me impressed. I would prefer if mexican nationals explain their sorrow that a huge number of their citizen enter the US illegal, they commit heinious crimes which brings them on the DR, .... It´s just sick....
    Right on!!!!!!!

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    Viva Mexico! And bonus points go to the Mexican government if those nationals they put up enough support for to get them off death row turn out to be wrongly convicted of course. The Mexican national executed in 2011, which President Obama was of course Humberto Leal Garcia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by couldheshebeinnocent? View Post
    Viva Mexico! And bonus points go to the Mexican government if those nationals they put up enough support for to get them off death row turn out to be wrongly convicted of course. The Mexican national executed in 2011, which President Obama was of course Humberto Leal Garcia.

    I'd like to hear the other side since I've heard Leal is guilty.

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    Mr. Garcia was guilty of the crime he was executed for, TheKindExecutioner, but there are probably a few Mexican nationals on death row in the USA who factually might be innocent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by couldheshebeinnocent? View Post
    Mr. Garcia was guilty of the crime he was executed for, TheKindExecutioner, but there are probably a few Mexican nationals on death row in the USA who factually might be innocent.
    Name them.
    Obama ate my dad

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    Quote Originally Posted by couldheshebeinnocent? View Post
    Mr. Garcia was guilty of the crime he was executed for, TheKindExecutioner, but there are probably a few Mexican nationals on death row in the USA who factually might be innocent.
    "Probably...might"? That means you've got no idea. You're just talking jive.

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    Talking jive and making bold claims without any facts to back it up. Saying someone else was guilty of the crime for which Leal was executed is laughable. And to cheer Mexico, a country that profits tremendously from the illegal alien business, is also laughable. If one were to smuggle heroin into China, he/she would face the consequences - usually a sentence of DEATH - as those are the laws of the land. Why shouldn't Mexican nationals face the death penalty when they come to the US and murder American citizens??? With all the benefits that Mexico receives from the US, financial and otherwise, the least the Mexican government could do is to ask its citizens to obey the laws or be willing to face the consequences when they don't. The fact that they are mostly illegal immigrants should in itself be considered an aggravating factor. All the more reason to execute them when they come into the country illegally then take someones life.

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