Skip to comments.Illegal immigrant protestors arrested at Arpaio racial profiling trial
Posted on 07/25/2012 5:24:32 PM PDT by moonshinner_09
There was more drama outside the Susan Day OConnor federal courthouse in Phoenix than inside the courtroom Tuesday where Sheriff Joe Arpaio said his office did not make arrests based on peoples color of their skin as about 50 people demonstrated in the street, including several illegal immigrants who had come willing to be arrested. Four immigrants with no legal status were handcuffed and taken away by city police after they blocked a nearby intersection, with an unfurled a banner that read No Papers, No Fear, for about an hour. Each one sat on one corner of the banner and chanted Dignity is fighting here. No papers, no fear. with the crowd. They all knew they were going to be taken into custody and issued a statement beforehand.
Leticia Ramirez, a mother of three who has lived undocumented in the U.S. for 18 years, said goodbye to her daughter as the tearful toddler before she was handcuffed and taken away. Well see each other Wednesday, the woman told the girl. Give a kiss to your little brother and your Papi, okay?
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Tell, him? If he stopped you with probable cause, provide proof and there won't be a problem.
They are criminals.
Ummm.... not sure what the reputation of this blog is, but the author doesn’t gain any credibility by misidentifying the first female supreme court justice (whatever you may think of her views).
It’s SANDRA Day O’Connor, not Susan Day O’Connor.
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