Free The Border Guards Free!

Finally. After all this time, Ramos and Compean are free. Almost

Former U.S. border patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean were released from prison Tuesday, but will remain in a community confinement program until March 20, U.S. Bureau of Prison officials said.

The two agents had been in prison since 2007. President George W. Bush commuted their sentences before he left office.

Traci Billingsley, bureau of prisons spokeswoman, said Tuesday that the two men are out of prison and under the “supervision of the community corrections office for a period of community confinement.”

Finally. And they will be under home confinement during their community confinement, meaning they can be with their families.

“At last, Ramos and Compean have been rightfully reunited with their families,” said Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif., in a statement. “This day is long overdue.”

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