Two Mexican nationals "associated to the Zetas drug cartel have been sentenced to one year and one day in prison for attempting to bribe a federal judge" who presided over a $65 million money laundering case in Austin, TX as reported by KXAN: "the complex laundering scheme involved purchasing, breeding, racing and selling some 500 racehorses throughout the southwest." The two wannabe fixers have been credited with time served, and they now will be deported as reported by Texas Lawyer. Daryl Fields, spokesman for the U.S. Attorney's Office in the Western District of Texas, says "these felony convictions and removals should disqualify them from legally entering the U.S. in the future." Right. That's the last we'll hear from these two characters. Because our borders are so secure and the risks so outweigh the rewards.