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Texas adds finality to World Court saga

Recall the story of how the UN’s World Court tried to usurp American sovereignty and stop the execution of criminal alien Jose Medellin, despite the obvious fact that the World Court has no jurisdiction whatsoever.  Well, TX just gave a Texas-sized “kiss my rump!” to the Court by executing Medellin’s worthless hide yesterday.  Details:

Texas has executed Mexican-born condemned prisoner Jose Medellin for the rape and murder of two teenage girls 15 years ago.

The state carried out the execution late Tuesday night after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected his request for a reprieve in a split vote.

The 33-year-old Medellin had claimed he was denied treaty-guaranteed help from the Mexican consulate when he was arrested.

Texas authorities say he never invoked his consular rights until four years after he was arrested. By then, he had been convicted and condemned for participating in the attack on 16-year-old Elizabeth Pena and 14-year-old Jennifer Ertman.

Memo to the UN: Don’t mess with Texas.

August 6, 2008 - Posted by | capital punishment, illegal immigration, Texas, United Nations


  1. They should prop his carcass up at some illegal border crossing point to let the rest of them know how we in Texas deal with criminals.

    Comment by WMD_Maker | August 6, 2008

  2. Time for the WORLD KANGAROO COURT to butt out of americas afairs and for the UN to be evicted from america entirly and have the entire UN facility bulldozed to the ground and the area turned into a bird sancary

    Comment by SPURWING PLOVER | April 5, 2011

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