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Saturday, June 24, 2017

Conspiracy to Obstruct Justice—but in Portland Oregon, not Washington, D.C.!

 

Black-robed felon Monica Harranz
 

Illegal alien Diddier Pacheco Salazar
 

[Previously, at WEJB/NSU:

Felons in Black Robes: Meet Criminal, Reconquista Judge, Monica Harranz—and Her Accomplices!]


By Jerry PDX
Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at 11:10:00 P.M. EDT

This is a followup to the Portland, OR story I sent about Judge Monica Herranz who allowed an illegal immigrant to escape ICE agents through her back door. You ran the story here:

“Felons in Black Robes: Meet Criminal, Reconquista Judge, Monica Harranz—and Her Accomplices!”

This story just appeared in the Oregonian.

This is what happened in a nutshell: ICE agents were in the courthouse and supposedly looking for illegals. How they knew there was at least one there (Pacheco), is not stated anywhere. Pacheco was an illegal at the courthouse facing a DUI charge, his attorney told Herranz he didn't have his papers with him but didn't tell her he was actually an illegal, so she “didn't know.” She then let him out the back door (judge’s entrance).

There has been an “investigation,” and it has been determined that Herranz “didn't violate any judicial conduct rules.” From the article:

“Trial Court Administrator Barbara Marcille investigated Herranz's actions from Jan. 27 and found that Herranz didn’t knowingly help impaired-driving defendant Diddier Pacheco-Salazar elude capture.”

First off, the article says she let Pacheco out a door open to the public. I've been in the courtrooms and know well and good those back doors are not “open” to the public. They can be used by the public if allowed to, but they are not “open.”

She's claiming ignorance about his legal status, though I'm wondering what sort of documentation was presented to her for his DUI case. Doesn't something trigger when an illegal alien has been driving and is busted for DUI?

Pacheco's defense attorney told Herranz that Pacheco didn’t have his immigration papers, which means he (or she) lied to Herranz by suggesting he did have legal papers. If Herranz actually believed this lie, then why did she let Pacheco out the back door? After all, if he was legal, then it’s just a matter of checking up on his status. Is that defense attorney facing any charges for lying to the judge about his client’s legal status?

Herranz at least suspected Pacheco was an illegal because, again, there’s no reason for him to evade ICE agents if he was a legal citizen. The reasoning here is that because she didn’t “know” he was an illegal she didn’t do anything wrong, just suspecting he was an illegal and helping him elude ICE agents isn’t breaking any rules.

Is that legal sophistry or what? One has to wonder who this Court Administrator Barbara Marcill is and what her agenda is. I tried to find more info about Ms. Marcill but could only find a picture of her on google:




Like Herranz, she’s an attractive, middle-ageish woman who was probably a pretty hot number in her youth, a type that is often involved in protecting young male Hispanic and Negro criminals.

Note the author of this article: Aimee Green, evokes the “fear” mantra at least twice, how terrible it is that ICE makes people (in general) “afraid.” No Ms. Green, ICE doesn’t make legal citizens afraid, it doesn’t make legal immigrants afraid, it makes “illegals” afraid. As they should be.


3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Those middle aged women don't get the attention from white men like they did when they were young but those latino and blacks start winking at them when they're in trouble and they get excited. Lascavious and Jose make them feel young again and they hope it makes white men jealous.

Anonymous said...

. "How they knew there was at least one there (Pacheco), is not stated anywhere"


Since about 15 % of the criminals in this country are illegals, it is safe to assume at any given moment that some of those defendants in a court house are illegal. You go to the bank to rob because that is where the money and you go to the court house to find the illegals because that is where the criminals are.

Anonymous said...

..probably correct & longing for attention can be applied to men as well..many older men are delusional about their own age & appearance..but they never stop evaluating women..