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posted by matt1141a

In reply to: Mexican trafficking organization used Athens home as 'stash house' »

December 22, 2012

@OconeeJoe: Yes, they are all being charged FEDERALLY, not in the liberal pansy ACC courts. They are all looking at LIFE in federal prison. Unless these men start snitching on their bosses in Mexico they know they will die in prison. There is not parole in the federal system. You serve the entire sentence without except.

Isnt it odd that when the DEA needs a K-9 in Athens they have to call Oconee County Sheriff's Office?

Isnt it odd that the ACC police chief refuses to join a federal drug task force, refuses to share information with ICE agents who come here searching for cartel members, and refuses to serve immigration warrants on career criminal felons.

While the DEA is doing the heavy lifting in Athens (thank God), chief Lumpy is still hiding under his desk hoping the property crime rate will magically go down.

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