December 9, 2010, - 6:30 pm
Barack Obama’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) under girlie-man, fru-fru Kimpton-Hotel-loving John “The Moron” Morton (who hangs with Jew-haters) is an outrage. But here’s a current news story that harkens back to when “The ICE Princess,” the incompetent Julie L. Myers “ran” the agency (into the ground) under Bush. And it’s disgusting. A Saudi Prince was jailed for killing a man with his BMW. But the Bush/Myers ICE helped the prince flee the country and escape serving his entire sentence. ICE . . . and incompetent Martha’s Vineyard probation officials.
ICE Princess Julie Myers Helped Killer Saudi Prince Bader Go Free, Escape Sentence
An alleged fugitive Arab prince convicted of killing a Cambridge dad with his BMW can’t “have (his) cake and eat it, too” by asking the state’s highest court to forgive and forget him while thumbing his royal nose at its rules, Suffolk prosecutor John Zanini argued yesterday.
The Supreme Judicial Court took under advisement a request by lawyers for Saudi royal Bader Al-Saud to wipe clean a default warrant outstanding for his arrest since 2008 — which is when probation officials claim they first discovered he’d walked out of a Martha’s Vineyard jail on July 20, 2006, and boarded a flight home in first class without notifying them.
Probation officials couldn’t explain to a judge in 2008 why two years passed before they noticed Al-Saud was missing, nor could they explain it to the Herald yesterday.
“When the Massachusetts Probation Service contacted the Department of Corrections, Probation Officers were informed that Prince Bader Al-Saud was released to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). At that time, Probation issued a warrant,” spokeswoman Coria Holland said in a statement.
At the Herald’s request, ICE is investigating whether it notified the Probation Department in 2006 that it was helping Al-Saud leave the country by driving him to Logan International Airport after he negotiated his voluntary departure with the agency. . . .
Al-Saud served eight months for motor-vehicle homicide after drunkenly killing landscaper Orlando Ramos, 37, in 2002.
Oh, and by the way, the Jew-haters of Saudi Arabia always pick Jewish lawyers to get them out of trouble. And, sadly, enough of my fellow co-religionist lawyers refuse to walk away from representing this special brand of scum.
And this case is no exception. Prince Bader’s lawyer: Arnold Rosenfeld. Sounds Puerto Rican.
Do I miss Bush yet? Still the same answer: No.
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