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Judge Frees Major Mexican Heroin Dealers


What? Wait? What? How does this happen? Why did the judge even have the power to do this? Here is someone who needs removed off the bench and sent to jail. But liberals will probably give him a medal.

Between how much liberals love illegals and how they don’t really have a problem with drugs, they probably see these guys as victims of mean conservatives.

We’re not talking about some just casual potheads who are just looking for some kind of spiritual high. No. We’re talking hardcore heroin dealers. These are the truly evil people in our society who need put down. Unreal.


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Law enforcement officials in Chicago are incensed that three men charged with having millions of dollars in heroin and cash were released by a Cook County judge. Now, those men have now disappeared.

With nothing more than a promise, the three drug suspects – all Mexican nationals – were allowed to go free in a case that has riled law enforcement.

Investigators say the men are not just street dealers. They tell the I-Team that at least two of three have connections to a Mexican drug cartel and should have faced high bonds. Instead, they are free on I-Bonds and are now fugitives.

Police say a ravenous appetite for heroin has put overdoses at an epidemic level this year. Bricks of drugs with a street value of at least $4 million can fetch as much as $12 million on the street depending on how dealers cut and package the heroin.

“You can just imagine, do the numbers, of how much damage that does on the streets,” Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvare said.

At the end of October, authorities had three Mexican nationals under surveillance in a section of North Austin called Whiskey Point.

Investigators said the men were observed switching cars on the block. As the trio walked toward a residential building, drug agents said they approached the men and got permission to search the apartment where they claim to have found almost $900,000 in cash and 25 kilos of heroin.

“That’s a lot of drugs, not for personal consumption. So when you have cases like this with such a large amount and a large street value amount our assistants usually ask for a cash bond and in addition to that we ask for a source of bail bond so the defendant would have to show that if he makes bond, that it’s not coming from drug dealing money. That didn’t happen here,” Alvarez said.

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What will this judge tell the families of these scumbags next victims?

It is amazing how little they think about their actions and just go with how they feel about things.

Sadly this judge will probably get away with this.


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Jay Taylor is Senior Vice President of Political Strategy at Liberty Alliance and a graduate of West Virginia University with an MBA and Computer Engineering degrees. Jay oversees the popular websites Conservative Byte and Patriot Update.

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