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Judge: Providing Water to Dying Immigrants in Desert is a Crime

Judge: Providing Water to Dying Immigrants in Desert is a Crime

February 2, 2019

In Tucson, Arizona, a US Magistrate handed guilty verdicts against four No More Deaths activists, who were leaving water for border crossers, along the US-Mexico border. The activist group calls the decision a retaliation for releasing an incriminating report about the Border Patrol. A fifth activist faces an upcoming trial and potentially decades in prison

Rocks Are Not Guns: #AskJoseAntonio

November 2, 2018

Trump’s Call for Lethal Force Is Already on Trial in Tucson, Arizona Tucson, AZ – President Donald Trump said members of the U.S. military sent to the southern border to keep out thousands in a migrant caravan would “fight back” and “anybody throwing rocks or stones at the military service members will be considered to…

Corporations Making a Killing as Billions Are Poured into Border Enforcement

July 2, 2014

Author Todd Miller discusses how defense contractors look to cash in on President Obama’s expected $2 billion proposal in additional funding for border security

Advocates Oppose Senate Immigration Bill Over Escalation of Border Militarization

June 27, 2013

As Senate passes its version of comprehensive immigration reform, immigrant rights advocates withdraws support over provisions that increase border militarization and demand president Obama halt all deportations