We can now confirm the $1.2 million earmark for Tahirih Justice Center was definatively incorporated in the FY 2008 budget to achieve "fulfilment of of the International Marriage Broker Act".
Tahirih Justice Center the main author of the law created political exemptions for companies such as match.com that gave their customers a free pass from having to collect criminal information.
These political exemptions that Tahirih wrote into the law likely caused the death of Jana Menendez according to "IMBRA4 ever" who wrote about the death of a Peruvian woman who met her American husband through Match.com http://www.livinginperu.com/news-4627-law-and-order-peru-man-from-united-states-accused-of-murdering-young-wife
Here is an excerpt in LivinginPeru.com written by "IMBRA4ever" on Sept. 9, 2007:
"This whole event may not happened if the National Organization for Women, NOW, and the Tahirih Justice Center did not exclude Match.com from regulation under the International Marriage Broker Regulation Act of IMBRA. Trickett has a criminal record that would have been revealed ubnder IMBRA".
So... 5 months after the death of Jana Menendez the Tahirih Justice Center gets their reward for writing a law designed to protect foreign women from violence. I guess next year if 2 more women are murdered perhaps they will get twice as much money to "protect" foreign women. Hmm.. maybe these women would be better off without Tahirih's protection.