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Border Agent reported by Matrix Agent on Legalizing Marry
01-26-2011, 08:59 PM, (This post was last modified: 01-26-2011, 09:14 PM by yeti.)
Border Agent reported by Matrix Agent on Legalizing Marry
Matrix Agents will most definitely report you to OZ, the old man behind the screens who sees all or wants camera screen shots recorded and reported. Anybody can be an agent inside the dreaming matrix. Some Sleepers are not Ready….
In September of 2009, border patrol agent Bryan Gonzalez was fired for expressing his views on drug legalization to a fellow agent. Now, the American Civil Liberties Union of New Mexico has joined Gonzalez in filing a lawsuit on First Amendment grounds seeking unspecified compensatory and punitive damages.
Gonzalez, 26, alleges that he was dismissed from his job in El Paso, Texas after saying in casual conversation that legalizing and regulating drugs would help stop cartel violence along the southern border with Mexico. His letter of termination stated his comments were "contrary to the core characteristics of Border Patrol Agents, which are patriotism, dedication, and esprit de corps."
Gonzalez told his colleague Shawn Montoya in April of 2009 that "legalization of drugs would end the drug war and related violence in Mexico," adding that "the drug problems in America were due to American demand for drugs supplied by Mexico," according to the complaint he and the ACLU-NM filed in federal court.
Montoya reported the conversation to officials, sparking an internal-affairs investigation. Gonzalez was dismissed just one month before the end of his two-year probationary period, despite consistently-excellent performance reviews. He served from October 2007 until September 2009.
Terry Nelson, a former U.S. border patrol agent who is now a board member of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, said Gonzalez is merely stating what many know to be true.
"There's no doubt that the so-called 'war on drugs' is a gigantic failure and that it causes violence, hurts our economy and forces dedicated law enforcers to risk their lives in the line of fire for a lost cause," said Nelson, who served as a border patrol agent for eight years in El Paso. "But whether you think we should legalize drugs or not, you have to support the right of brave law enforcers like Bryan Gonzalez to exercise the First Amendment and share their views on policies that impact them on a daily basis."
The Gonzalez-ACLU lawsuit, first filed on Jan. 20, has some precedent.
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