2 months ago, Registrant Travel Action Group, Inc (RTAG) put on retainer a Mexican Immigration lawyer and an American/Mexican lawyer
to wrtite a report examining Mexican authorities application and enforcement of the Gaurdian Angel program. Working with Matt Ameika
( https://www.ameikadespachodeinmigracion.com/matthew-ameika-eng ) and Luis Fernandez of Mexico City, we present the attached report.
This report is the foundation in an atteptto reverse the effects of Guardian Angel program. For example, I provide the following item in the
report of interest:
POLITICAL CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED MEXICAN STATES (CARTA MAGNA)
Article 14. No law shall be retroactive to the detriment of any person. No one may be deprived of liberty or his property, possessions, or rights, without a trial followed before previously established courts, which comply with the essential formalities of the procedure in accordance with previously issued Laws.
THE ANGEL GUARDIAN PROGRAM WAS ADOPTED AFTER THE CRIMINAL ACTS OF SOME POTENTIAL CLIENTS, AND THEREFORE IS SUBJECT TO THE GENERAL RULE OF EX POST FACTO, THAT AFTER THE FACT LAWS ARE PREJUDICIAL TO A CLIENT. THEREFORE, IT MAY BE THAT THE ANGEL GUARDIAN PROGRAM IS A VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS. HOWEVER, IT IS IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER THAT THE SAME LAW OF MIGRATION, THAT “No law shall be retroactive to the detriment of any person”ALSO INDICATES THAT THOSE WITH CRIMINAL RECORDS MAY ENDANGER MEXICAN NATIONAL SECURITY.
Overall, we have the following objectives:
1. Investigate the Angel Guardian program in Mexico, analyzing the effects of Angel Guardian on the local, state, and especially federal level.
2. Present RTAG with a comprehensive report, outlining suggested plans of action.
3. Examine International Megan’s Law and Angel Watch in the United States and in Mexico, where possible.
4. Interview Federal government members and INM (Instituto National de Migracion) officers. INM is the government organization responsible for visitors coming into Mexico. We will examine the system of “Alerts” between Mexico and the US, so that we can understand exactly how “Alerts” are assigned to an individual entering Mexico.
5. Investigate the FBI method of reporting convicted sex crime criminals as opposed to those who are on the sex crimes registry without a conviction.
6. Communicate with and attempt to convince Mexican authorities to understand the differences between a hardened sex crime offender and someone who was arrested many years ago for a statutory age difference resulting in a sex crime conviction in the US, as well as other distinctions.
RTAG-Analysis on Guardian Angel Program
More to follow.
Registrant Travel Action Group, Inc