UN saying it violates International law:
Yes, I got that part from the two news articles and on few other sites I read about it on.
I realise that the federal government does not have the authority to tell states how to run their own business, but
, if executing Mexican nationals that have been found guilty and convicted of crimes like raping and beating to death a 16 year girl ,violates International laws , why hasn't something been done to stop Texas from executing the Mexicans? Who would be the ones that has the authority to stop Texas or any state that was doing something that violates international laws?
and again, that guy had been sitting in a Texas prison for close to 17 years filing appeal after appeal why didn't his government thoroughly review his case and make sure he had the help of the a consular/
All these questions i am not finding answers to , and yes I have been looking around on the web , all boils down to one main one rally.
Everyone that is squawking today about violated international laws, about whether or not he had all the help from the Mexican Government he needed , etc... they all had more then enough time over the course of his sitting in prison , to do everything they are yelling about not being done. even Washington , The guys case had been known to someone in Washington since 2005.
I guess I better state for the record, I realise it has not been Obama administration since 2005 , and I don't expect that anyone will be trying to put tho fault on him about all this mess.