So if Mexico applies for a writ of habeas corpus to free Kate Steinle's killer based on lack of jurisdiction, you're fine with that?
You think Mexico's attempts to do this in the Texas death penalty cases were correct, and the killers were wrongly executed?
If getting a lethal dose of pentobarbital by order of a US court is not being subject to US jurisdiction, I don't know what is.
Huh? How much whippet canisters do I need to huff to catch up?
It’s almost like, in the English language, a word can have two different meanings depending on context. That would mean the word “keep” could mean “hold” but also to mean “own” or “store” at the same time. That kind of language usage would never happen in an amendment!