Mother of a jailed U.S. Marine asks for help

Steve Cochran
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Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi was arrested after accidentally driving over the border at San Ysidro, Ca., into Tijuana on April 1. He possessed registered firearms when he crossed the border, which prompted his detainment. For more than a month, his mother, Jill, has been working with the State Department, urging Mexican officials for an early release, but the White House has not responded to the matter.

Jill Tahmooressi joins Steve to ask for help.

Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi, who resides in San Diego and suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder, was arrested after accidentally driving over the border at San Ysidro, California, into Tijuana on April 1st. Tahmooressi possessed registered firearms when he crossed into the border, which prompted his detainment. For more than a month, this Marine had been shackled to his cot, but now he is being held in El Hongo penitentiary, 40 miles east of Tijuana until his trial on May 28th.

Sgt. Tahmooressi’s mother Jill has been working with the State Department, urging Mexican officials for an early release, but the White House has still not responded to the matter. The last time Jill was able to speak to her son he told her, “Mom, I’m not going to make it through the night. I’m gonna be killed tonight. Whatever you do, don’t come down here to ask questions.”

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Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi, who resides in San Diego and suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder, was arrested after accidentally driving over the border at San Ysidro, California, into Tijuana on April 1st. Tahmooressi possessed registered firearms when he crossed into the border, which prompted his detainment. For more than a month, this Marine had been shackled to his cot, but now he is being held in El Hongo penitentiary, 40 miles east of Tijuana until his trial on May 28th.

Sgt. Tahmooressi’s mother Jill has been working with the State Department, urging Mexican officials for an early release, but the White House has still not responded to the matter. The last time Jill was able to speak to her son he told her, “Mom, I’m not going to make it through the night. I’m gonna be killed tonight. Whatever you do, don’t come down here to ask questions.”

– See more at: http://walshfreedom.com/andrew#sthash.272B28R9.dpuf

Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi, who resides in San Diego and suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder, was arrested after accidentally driving over the border at San Ysidro, California, into Tijuana on April 1st. Tahmooressi possessed registered firearms when he crossed into the border, which prompted his detainment. For more than a month, this Marine had been shackled to his cot, but now he is being held in El Hongo penitentiary, 40 miles east of Tijuana until his trial on May 28th.

Sgt. Tahmooressi’s mother Jill has been working with the State Department, urging Mexican officials for an early release, but the White House has still not responded to the matter. The last time Jill was able to speak to her son he told her, “Mom, I’m not going to make it through the night. I’m gonna be killed tonight. Whatever you do, don’t come down here to ask questions.”

– See more at: http://walshfreedom.com/andrew#sthash.272B28R9.dpuf

 

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