Pedro martori 2012-04-22 08:01:09
Ciudadanos Magistrados (y por qu no? diputados tambi n), dada su
investidura y a os de experiencia legal, debo suponer que TODOS ustedes
deber an dominar suficientemente el ingl s para entender lo que les anexo, o
por lo menos tendr n quien se los traduzca.
Yo lo leo y me pregunto les cabr el orgullo en el pecho a los hijos y/o
nietos de este Juez? Con cu nto m s respeto lo ver n ahora sus amistades y
compatriotas? Ser posible que esta sentencia no pase a los anales de la
jurisprudencia de ese pa s DEMOCR TICO y de muchos otros posiblemente? Y no
s por qu me lo imagino como un Juez que no se sentir superior a otros
sino SATISFECHO de haber cumplido CON HONRADEZ Y PATRIOTISMO el cargo que su
pueblo le confiri y probablemente con ello le baste y hasta busque algo de
anonimato despu s para evitar la fama y las loas merecidas o “interesadas”.
Si claro que hay (y bastantes) jueces corruptos en ese pa s, pero los
ciudadanos norteAMERICANOS los tienen muy en la mira y ellos saben que poco
les durar el poder, en cambio un Juez como ste SIEMPRE SER RECORDADO CON
El venezolano ha cambiado, ya no tiene la memoria tan corta como antes de
esta pesadilla, y la consigna PROHIBIDO OLVIDAR! conf o en que pasar a la
historia, aunque muchos sigan “autistas” ante la realidad del pa s, no
faltaremos millones que SIEMPRE LES RECORDAREMOS a las nuevas generaciones
(entre ellos a sus descendientes) QUI N FUE QUI N.
Sabemos que nosotros tambi n tenemos A N algunos jueces DIGNOS, pero hoy m s
que nunca son los menos, Y NO OLVIDAREMOS a los que TUVIERON PRECIO. No s
ustedes, pero YO ME SIENTO ORGULLOSA DE LA HONESTIDAD DE MIS PADRES, la que
me ense aron y que puede costarme la vida entre tanto delincuente suelto y
bandidos de cuello blanco. Sin embargo, yo si puedo “bajar tranquila al
sepulcro” sabiendo que nunca rob , y si traicion en mi juventud algunos de
los principios que me inculcaron, por inmadurez; supe enmendar el camino en
mis a os adultos.
Pero cu nto m s satisfecha me ir a, cuando me llegue la hora, si pudiese
saber que en mi VENEZUELA existe JUSTICIA, DERECHOS, LIBERTAD, DEMOCRACIA Y
PAZ. Qui n mejor que ustedes para lograrlo? O seguir n permitiendo que un
“mandatario”; que no MANDANTE, ese cargo lo ostenta EL PUEBLO SOBERANO; los
IRRESPETE cuando la Constituci n les confiere el poder (Art. 233) de
“destituirlo” (las causales para ello no se especifican, pero de que las hay
de sobra es seguro).Ya se los dije en agosto 2002, lo menos que merec a era
una demanda por injuria, por irrespeto a su Magistratura (no confundir con
irrespeto a la “majestad” que esto no es una monarqu a); si no se hacen
ustedes respetar por quien no es m s que nuestro “servidor p blico” c mo
aspiran a nuestra confianza y respeto hacia ustedes?, servidores p blicos
tambi n a fin de cuentas.
Si as lo hicieren que Dios y la Patria os lo premien, de lo contrario que
os lo demanden.
Ana C. Lorenz A.
Bcc: Grupos Oposici n; Eduardo Weil; Milenne Matute; Alejandro Massiani;
Alex Lorenz; Joseph D. Bristow
—– Original Message —–
From: Alex Lorenz
To: Ana C. Lorenz A.
Sent: Saturday, August 30, 2003 7:12 PM
Subject: Shoe Bomber
—– Original Message —–
From: Joseph D. Bristow
Sent: Saturday, August 30, 2003 9:18 AM
Subject: Shoe Bomber
Remember the guy who got on a plane with a bomb built into his shoe and
tried to light it?
His trial is over, how much of this Judge’s comments did you hear on TV?
Everyone should hear what the judge had to say.
Ruling by Judge William Young U.S. District Court, Judge William Young made
the following statement in sentencing “shoe bomber” Richard Reid to prison.
It is noteworthy, and deserves to be remembered far longer than he predicts.
I commend it to you and to anyone you might wish to forward it to.
January 30, 2003 United States vs. Reid. Judge Young:
“Mr. Richard C. Reid, hearken now to the sentence the Court imposes upon
On counts 1, 5 and 6 the Court sentences you to life in prison in the
custody of the United States Attorney General.
On counts 2, 3, 4 and 7, the Court sentences you to 20 years in prison on
each count, the sentence on each count to run consecutive with the other.
That’s 80 years.
On count 8 the Court sentences you to the mandatory 30 years consecutive to
the 80 years just imposed.
The Court imposes upon you each of the eight counts a fine of $250,000 for
the aggregate fine of $2 million.
The Court accepts the government’s recommendation with respect to
restitution and orders restitution in the amount of $298.17 to Andre
Bousquet and $5,784 to American Airlines.
The Court imposes upon you the $800 special assessment.
The Court imposes upon you five years supervised release simply because the
law requires it. But the life sentences are real life sentences so I need
go no further.
This is the sentence that is provided for by our statutes. It is a fair and
just sentence. It is a righteous sentence. Let me explain this to you.
We are not afraid of you or any of your terrorist co-conspirators, Mr. Reid.
We are Americans. We have been through the fire before. There is all too
much war talk here. And I say that to everyone with the utmost respect.
Here in this court , where we deal with individuals as individuals, and care
for individuals as individuals. As human beings, we reach out for justice.
You are not an enemy combatant. You are a terrorist. You are not a soldier
in any war. You are a terrorist. To give you that reference, to call you a
soldier, gives you far too much stature. Whether it is the officers of
government who do it or your attorney who does it, or that happens to be
your view, you are a terrorist.
And we do not negotiate with terrorists. We do not treat with terrorists.
We do not sign documents with terrorists. We hunt them down one by one and
bring them to justice.
So war talk is way out of line in this court. You are a big fellow. But
you are not that big. You’re no warrior. I know warriors. You are a
terrorist. A species of criminal guilty of multiple attempted murders.
In a very real sense, State Trooper Santigo had it right when you first were
taken off that plane and into custody and you wondered where the press and
where the TV crews were, and he said you’re no big deal.
You’re no big deal.
What your counsel, what your able counsel and what the equally able United
States attorneys have grappled with and what I have as honestly as I know
how tried to grapple with, is why you did something so horrific.
What was it that led you here to this courtroom today? I have listened
respectfully to what you have to say. And I ask you to search your heart
and ask yourself what sort of unfathomable hate led you to do what you are
guilty and admit you are guilty of doing. And I have an answer for you. It
may not satisfy you. But as I search this entire record, it comes as close
to understanding as I know..
It seems to me you hate the one thing that is most precious. You hate our
freedom. Our individual freedom. Our individual freedom to live as we
choose, to come and go as we choose, to believe or not believe as we
Here, in this society, the very winds carry freedom. They carry it
everywhere from sea to shining sea. It is because we prize individual
freedom so much that you are here in this beautiful courtroom. So that
everyone can see, truly see that justice is administered fairly,
individually, and discretely.
It is for freedom’s sake that your lawyers are striving so vigorously on
your behalf and have filed appeals, will go on in their, their
representation of you before other judges. We are about it. Because we all
know that the way we treat you, Mr. Reid, is the measure of our own
liberties. Make no mistake though. It is yet true that we will bare any
burden, pay any price, to preserve our freedoms.
Look around this courtroom. Mark it well. The world is not going to long
remember what you or I say here. Day after tomorrow it will be forgotten.
But this, however, will long endure. Here in this courtroom and courtrooms
all across America, the American people will gather to see that justice,
individual justice, justice, not war, individual justice is in fact being
The very President of the United States through his officers will have to
come into courtrooms and lay out evidence on which specific matters can be
judged, and juries of citizens will gather to sit and judge that evidence
democratically, to mold and shape and refine our sense of justice.
See that flag, Mr. Reid? That’s the flag of the United States of America.
That flag will fly there long after this is all forgotten. That flag stands
for freedom. You know it always will.
Custody Mr. Officer. Stand him down.”
So, how much of this Judge’s comments did we hear on our TV sets? Please
pass this around. Everyone should/needs to hear what this fine judge had to