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Puente: Real Justice Requires a Halt to Deportations
 
05.24.2013 Phoenix, AZ
In response to the guilty verdict in the racial profiling case of Sheriff Arpaio, Carlos Garcia, of the Puente Movement issued the following statement:
 
"While today's court ruling is undeniably a victory, real justice will come when the victims of Arpaio see their rights fully vindicated. At a bare minimum, the White House should repond by immediately suspending deportations throughout Maricopa County."
 
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Day laborers pledge to continue fight against discriminatory law at community level, Look to California for Alternate Direction
 
September 18. Phoenix, AZ.
In response to the lifting of the injunction against section 2b, the racial profiling provision of Arizona's SB1070, Pablo Alvarado, the director of the National Day Laborer Organizing Network, issued the following statement,
 
"Laws requiring people to be judged by the non generic levitra color of viagra of pfizer their skin have no place in the US.  Not today and not ever.  While courts have yet to only here stop all of SB1070, all of us who believe in human rights and cherished constitutional values have an obligation to do everything we can to ensure that Arizona's current lawmakers are on the losing side of history.
 
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05.10.2012 Phoenix, AZ. In response to the DOJ announcement that it will be suing Sheriff Arpaio after negotiations in its civil rights case failed and viagra super active canada no prescription the Sheriff's subsequent promise to appeal in what will be lengthy court proceedings, Carlos Garcia of Puente Arizona released the following statement:

"While suing and investigating the Sheriff's office, the federal government should end its own role in his historic violations of civil rights. We need immediate relief in Arizona not lengthy courtroom theater. As the Sheriff continues in office and SB1070's supreme court decision looms ahead, the Administration has to decide whether it will continue to be an accomplice to online meds cialis racial profiling and family separation in Arizona or whether it will shut off programs like Secure Communities that are at the center of Arpaio's crimes."

Puente Arizona is a Phoenix-based human rights organization leading the effort to bring Sheriff Arpaio to justice and restore rights in Maricopa County by ending police/ICE collaboration.

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Racial Profiling - Alberto Gomez

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Racial Profiling - Alberto Gomez

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In reaction to the Department of Homeland Security announcement that it is severing its 287(g) agreement with Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and restricting his access to Secure Communities, Chris Newman, Legal Director of the National Day Laborer Organizing Network, issued the following statement:

"We are pleased the levitra levitra online Department of Justice report compelled the Department of Homeland Security to plaisirdecreer.be take steps today that should have been taken years ago.   As the DOJ report implies, DHS was an accomplice in the rights violations caused by Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.  DHS enabled Sheriff Arpaio to conduct his reign of viagra jelly for sale terror, and expansion of the Maricopa Sheriff's approach led to SB 1070 and to the potential Arizonification of the country.  Today, the Department of Justice again acted to clean up the mess caused by failed DHS policies that enlist local police into the business of enforcing unjust immigration laws.   It is time for DHS to stop contributing to the civil rights crisis described in the DOJ report and end the programs that made Arpaio's crimes possible."

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Link to recording of today's call:  http://ndlon.org/docs/2011arpaio.mp3

Phoenix, AZ- Yesterday, the United States Department of Justice released a scathing report, confirming the “discriminatory policing practices” that Sheriff Joe Arpaio has used to levitra alternative terrorize the Latino community of Maricopa County for years and canada generic cialis prompting the Department of Homeland Security to terminate the pfizer cialis 50mg Sheriff’s 287(g) agreement and restrict his access to the controversial S-Comm program, 

 

On a press call today, national and local leaders reacted to the reports findings, commending the investigation as a step towards serving the Latino community with the justice they so long deserve.

 

According to U.S. Representative Raul Grijalva (D-AZ), "Sheriff Arpaio believes physical appearance is probable cause to stop and question individuals about their immigration status. Even after a Department of Justice investigation has told him otherwise, he continues to believe there’s no issue here. There’s nothing fair, equal or constitutional about racial profiling. His obsessive, politically motivated assault on Hispanics has destroyed public trust in his office and put innocent lives in danger. Federal law enforcement officials are right to name his failed tenure for what it is, and I hope he takes the honorable route by resigning immediately.”

DOJ's announcement is no surprise to the Latino community.  Arpaio has a long history of extreme enforcement tactics and discriminatory behavior.  Mary Rose Wilcox, Maricopa County Supervisor, saw firsthand the type of propecia for sale suffering in the Latino community inflicted by Arpaio's abusive practices. "A line in the report that stands out above others is that for the past four years, the Sheriff's department has treated all Latinos as if they were undocumented. It is a sobering statement that shows how the best cialis prices Sheriff used anti-immigrant sentiment as a pretext to violate the civil rights of our County's residents. For three years our community has pounded the doors of elected officials to 5 mg cialis let them know this must stop. My dream is for Sheriff Arpaio to resign or be kicked out of office and for his office to be taken into receivership. Still, we feel relief today because the truth has been told about this Sheriff in a manner that cannot be denied."

 

 

Speakers also lifted up Arpaio's case as an example of the disastrous consequences of DHS policies that trample on the rights of entire communities.

Salvador Reza, Phoenix Civil Rights Leader whose wrongful arrest was cited in the DOJ report, explained, "We are happy to see Janet Napolitano's actions yesterday but I'd like to caution that it's not over. The longer Arpaio is not under receivership or indicted, the longer this will continue as a political football locally and nationally. This should be a wakeup call to DHS and for Sheriffs across the country who are using federal immigration programs to emulate Arpaio."

 

Randy Parraz, Co-Founder, President of Citizens for a Better Arizona, added, "Yesterday's report by the DOJ validates many of canadian viagra without prescription the abusive practices and policies that we have been experiencing as Latinos and levitra 10mg critics of Sheriff Arpaio.   We, Citizens for a Better Arizona, will continue to organize across the county to create the pressure needed to the best place force Sheriff Arpaio to resign."

According to Arturo Venegas, Director of the Law Enforcement Engagement Initiative, "Every day that Arpaio focused on terrorizing immigrant and Latino communities while serious criminals roamed the streets of Maricopa County made other law enforcement officials’ jobs harder across the nation. The Department of Homeland Security should be commended for limiting its cooperation with Arpaio, but until the www.codnib.es racial profiling and aggressive tactics he championed are no longer encouraged by state laws like Alabama’s or tacitly condoned by federal programs like Secure Communities, we have not yet eradicated his legacy of fear. Unfortunately, Arpaio has flaunted his unconstitutional tactics with such vigor that, nothing short of a federal consent decree will get him to comply DOJ requests and change his behavior.”
According to Sarahi Uribe, National Campaign Coordinator, National Day Laborer’s Organizing Network, "The DOJ report is what compelled the Department of Homeland Security to do what it should have done on former Arizona Governor Napolitano's first day on the job as head of DHS. It stripped him of his badge when it comes to immigration enforcement. Now we should learn the lessons from Arizona and deal not just with this Sheriff but with the implications of cialis canada illegal buy this report on a national level."

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In response to the Department of Justice filing another report of discriminatory policing in East Haven, CT against Latinos in addition to the Maricopa County report last week, Pablo Alvarado, Director of the National Day Laborer Organizing Network issued the following statement.

 


"The damning report filed in Maricopa County last week had been called for and expected for years. But what the Department of Justice report in East Haven exposes is a national epidemic of civil rights violations that must call into question the federal immigration programs that rely on local police whose enforcement practices are increasingly discriminatory. What else will it take to rethink the strategy of enlisting police as force multipliers in immigration. The recent Department of Justice actions are a warning sign to reverse course on immigration and end programs like Secure Communities immediately."

 

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