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Pressure placed on Brazil

Legislators want Claudia Hoerig extradited

February 15, 2013

In efforts to bring justice in the 2007 murder of an area pilot, U.S. Rep. Timothy J. Ryan, D-Niles, and Re....

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featherstone

Feb-16-13 3:49 PM

Comes down to economics, did some reading on Brazils economy. They export Mucho Mucho goods the U.S. Diplomacy is always the first strategy, although it often moves very slooooww. I believe this broad will be brought to justice eventually. More I thought about it, I agree with NMC and Anniemae, why not send government operative stealth like into Brazil and snatch this pig.

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unitedfortruth

Feb-16-13 3:27 PM

i dont understand why we just dont bomb and invade them. i mean we are the USA, thats what we do when other countries do not do what we say.

bomb em, drone the house where this lady is staying with a hellfire missle to get her(anyone lese in the house in collateral damage), put troops on the ground, and then replace the brzilian president by force with the help of alquieda and put someone from the muslim brotherhood in charge.

then funnel these terror groups money so they can buy any weapons they want as long as they give us coffee on the cheap.

we are the USA...thats what we do.

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Zenieth

Feb-15-13 12:49 PM

featherstone, yeah, Brazilian Santos is one of my favorite coffees! elliemae/anniemae ....... you got me?

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featherstone

Feb-15-13 12:44 PM

Zenith, I stand corrected, obviously what I read was old information, iron ore and soybeans are some of bigger exports today. Two things are for sure though, there are an awful lot of coffee beans in Brazil and I have absolutely no idea WHAT THE F%#K Anniemae is babbling about.

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Zenieth

Feb-15-13 11:32 AM

I don't know about coffee but raw materials including copper and gold top their list of major revenue producing products. Their mining industry ranks one of top in the world. I would suggest do not always believe in everything that you read! Never the less, they have a history of this type of activity. They also have the spotlight of the world coming in as they will host the next Olympic Games. I wouldn't think we'll see any Drones or Navy Seals going for the kill here. Continued diplomatic pressure may eventually lead to some sort of compromise. This woman is a criminal and needs to be brought to justice.

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NomoreCrap

Feb-15-13 11:25 AM

Those disagrees must be personal annimae since no normal person could reject either of our suggestions...

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featherstone

Feb-15-13 7:37 AM

Read not to long ago U.S.A. is the Biggest consumer of coffee in the World, Brazil is biggest exporter of coffee and economy of that country is basically dependant on coffee beans and tourism. Hmmm, but Brazil harbors fugitives from U.S.and rest of the world.

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jonathon

Feb-15-13 7:04 AM

This has been going on 6 years TOO long, immediately pull the plug on Brazil's foreign aid and block all visas NOW! The US should continue to block visas and stop the aid for a period of SIX years at minimum to reflect the 6 years that Brazil has been noncompliant in returning this suspected killer!

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anniemae

Feb-15-13 7:03 AM

Ryan says "it's NOT political". Then why is he involved? Why did the bill stall? Why is he trying again? I believe she should be "hauled" back here & tried, but I also believe it's political. She's heartless & should get the book thrown at her. Wait for the outcome.

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featherstone

Feb-15-13 6:55 AM

Brazil, same country so many Nazi War Criminals used to hide after WWII. Drag this Skank back to the States and Fry her. Poor guy never saw it coming, and for what? She Probaly hussled him into marriage for citizenship in the first place.

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NomoreCrap

Feb-15-13 4:15 AM

It's about time, so all it takes is to set up a life & citizenship in Brazil, go kill your enemies, make it back and you're free? I don't want to believe the political process is so disoriented that Law makers can't already know to stop giving foreign aid to Brazil until they hand over this killer. Why can't the FBI simply go in and kidnap her like they've done to capture other fugitives in the past?

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