george 06/07/2012 13:27 well i grew up with bogan from elementary through high school and he seems to always find him self at the wrong place at the wrong time.. i hope he gets out..
Recently, I tried to contact Mekenye, whom had no comment. He was unwilling to speak of anything after the FMCSA shot Demco down. Some of the bigger violations included drivers that weren't licensed to drive CMV's, and no insurance, so a big shock he chose not to speak to me. Then, onto Spector, who was supposedly representing Bogan. He can't represent Bogan due to the fact he's licensed to practice in the United States, not Mexico. Spector was the proverbial snake in the grass. He's a lawyer who helps Mexicans come to the U.S. He saw a chance for infamy, and he ran with it.
Lastly, I spoke to the one victim in this whole case, Howie Glaser. He's the guy who's ammo will probably never be turned over. After promising him several times that I did not work for Mexico Trucker, although Porter and I are friends, and ensuring him I worked for myself, he opened up. (Howie, sorry for waking you up.) Howie is to the point he wants to move on. I haven't showed Howie everything yet, so Howie will read this when yall do, with his jaw most certainly hanging.
Yesterday's news re-affirmed that Porter and I were right. Bogan chose to take the toll lane straight into Mexico, and was directed by the Mexican Border Patrol to the vehicle check station after he tried to pull an illegal u turn. He never spoke to U.S. Border Patrol, like so many who weren't there (I do not believe they need to be mentioned again) tried to claim. The first thing they asked him for was his papers, and that's when all hell broke loose for Bogan. For more of the actual events, as told by the actual people there, click here.
For the last few weeks however, my mind stays on one thing. The comment George made about Jabin always being at the wrong place at the wrong time. I kept thinking that if this were true, there's other crimes. So, I went looking. This man isn't innocent by any means!
A breakdown of Jabin Akeem Bogan, born 07/05/1984. I'd give more, but I'd prefer not to have the poor boy's identity stolen while he sits in prison in Mexico.
11/05/2002 Theft 1500.
11/11/2002 Aggravated Robbery. He's on deferred adjudication.
11/12/2002 Theft 1500.
05/20/2003 Resisting Arrest
8/26/2003 Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle
02/05/2005 Criminal Trespass building (later dismissed)
07/11/2005 Assault causing bodily injury
09/16/2005 Assault/Family Violence (est. probation end date is 02/12/2013)
07/05/2006 Failure of a fugitive to provide identification, intent to give false information
09/12/2006 Assault causing bodily injury to family member
09/16/2006 Violation of a protective order
01/31/2007 Failure of a fugitive to provide identification, intent to give false information
10/15/2007 Interfering with an Emergency telephone call (later dismissed)
Were all these also mistakes? Wrong place, wrong time, wrong turn, wrong country, wrong load, wrong story. When will it ever stop being a mistake? Make him man up. The American judicial system has failed us with this man. Maybe, just maybe, the Mexican judicial system will not fail us on this note. Alas, Jabin is not the innocent man everyone has made it out to be. Councilman Carl Robinson, for your blind efforts with your stand, I hope your town is smart enough to boot your ass out of your seat during the next elections. Do your research before opening your mouth!!
Everything is eventual in the end. I'll leave you with that thought.