Why haven't concerned parties filed a lawsuit regarding Congress giving up it's Constitutional right to oversee treaties? I would thing that would require a Constitutional amendment for that to be legal.
"Watching the video, I know exactly why the marshall did it (beside obvious relishing in his abuse of power), the female taking the video was clearly running her mouth the entire time, attempting to encite a reaction from the marshalls."
How the hell do you know what she was saying? She could have been describing the situation into the mic for all you know.
This doesn't surprise me at all. I work with a guy who is a volunteer sheriff deputy, and the stories he has about morons who get hired and can't even pass the most basic training are disgusting. The union contract states that you can't fail them for not passing the required tests. You have to continue to work with them until they do pass. How screwed up is that?