Immigrant Deaths Burden Small Texas County

From AP and Yahoo News: FALFURRIAS, Texas (AP) — By the time the woman perished, she had probably slogged 25 miles through dry ranch lands in her quest to enter the United States. She was found just feet from a highway where she might have been picked up and taken to Houston with other migrants making the same journey. Not long ago, her body would have been taken to a funeral home for a cursory attempt at identification, then buried in this town an hour north of the Mexico border under a sign reading “unknown female.” Her death, probably from … Continue reading

Future Justice For Zimmerman???

Some things take time to muddle themselves out. The George Zimmerman trial is one of them. Eagle Rising and Onan Coca have the story. Zimmerman Prosecutor Under Fire By Onan Coca / 21 September 2013 Anyone who paid any attention to the George Zimmerman trial this summer knew that the Prosecutor in the case, Angela Corey, had bitten off more than she could chew. Almost unanimously, the legal pundits across various forms of media thought that  Ms. Corey had overreached  in her prosecution of Zimmerman. While many may have believed that he was guilty of some crime, the legal brains … Continue reading