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He harbors no animosities; He shook the hands of his prosecutors who were out to put him behind bars. When the verdict was read, he said: "God Bless America."
Cory Voorhis had a distinguished career at ICE. He was the lead investigator in a five-year criminal investigation that broke-up the largest document fraud (fraudulent-ID) ring ever to operate in the U.S. For that he received recognition from the Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security in a Washington, DC ceremony.
Ritter is the 'victim' - NOT!
Governor Ritter's claim to be the "victim" (as described in the formal complaint letter written by Ritter aids, barristers Trey Rogers and Stephanie Villafuerte, and the prosecution documents) with regard to the Cory Voorhis case has been a source of consternation for many Americans. Unfortunately, the governor added to this claim a personal animus against Cory Voorhis that was, and is... baffling.
Perhaps it makes good "political theater," but Ritter only embarrassed himself when he loudly agitated for prosecuting Voorhis, and declared him guilty before trial.
Ritter was not alone among government employees in asserting his "insider status" to justify his vindictiveness, but in reality his record to date as an elected official has been unremarkable, at best. Does he still hope to stay in politics?
Ritter deserves 'Pink-slip' from the electorate.
It's not too early to start thinking about the "Voters Pink Slip" as the illegal immigration debate is so very important. These worthless political hacks are easy to recognize: they refuse to call the foreign invaders what they are (USC Title 8): illegal aliens. Instead they choose intentionally diluted, politically correct and pandering terms like "immigrants," "migrants." "undocumented migrants" and "unauthorized workers."
We have a choice if we want to put an end to the political corruption throughout the USA, and we must vigorously exercise that choice!
- Agent Voorhis NOT GUILTY, Denver.
- Agent Corbett trial, hung jury, Tucson.
- Agents Ramos & Compean are in prison.