Lawyer: ICE agent shot unarmed Chicago man as he opened door
- Author: Larry Hoffman Mar 31, 2017,
Mar 31, 2017, 3:00
She referred an inquiry to Sharon Rummery, a spokeswoman for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, who also said she did not have the information.
Many Republicans were like Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Gilbert, who pointed to the 2015 murder of Grant Ronnebeck, 21, a convenience store clerk shot by an undocumented immigrant over a pack of cigarettes. On Wednesday afternoon, her Facebook page shared a link to a donation website for her political campaign, with a statement trying to encourage liberals to contribute in light of "the alt-right's national attack campaign" against her.
Graciela Guzman was among the northwest-siders who came to the press conference Tuesday to try and get clarity on the incident, and to show support for the immigrant community. "ICE will be in Brockton on that day".
He did not make it clear what he meant by people who were "public safety threats" but if he is including the case of the undocumented woman who went to a family courthouse to get a protective order from her abusive partner, then he clearly does not know what "public safety threats" mean. "If there is a knock on the door of your house and you don't know who it is, don't open the door".
As your mayor, I want to send a clear message: No matter where you come from or when you got here, the City of NY stands with you.
Some speakers applauded the nation's top immigration enforcement official, but most speakers shared their concerns and stories.
"Good for her. At least somebody is doing something".
However, as a lawmaker in the General Court (the antiquated name of the MA state legislature) DuBois took an oath of office to support and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States as well as the Commonwealth of MA. Another lawmaker went as far as saying that she "put lives in danger". The Brockton Democrat pushed the lens of a camera held by a local television news station worker, and she claimed reporters were harassing her by asking questions about her actions.
Asked whether she considered concerns that publishing the rumor was irresponsible and a potential obstruction of justice, DuBois was defiant. This rumor of an ICE raid in Brockton was wide-spread in Brockton. She said she believed local police want to defend and protect Hispanics, and urged the audience to listen to what they had to say.
"I grew up under a fascist regime that singled me out because I was Jewish", explained Marks, on why he felt it was so important to speak. She said people are afraid to say something, but a lot of residents do feel the same way, conveyed Sepulveda.
For operational security reasons, ICE does not release information regarding future operations.
"The message we're trying to send is we don't like bringing the acting director of enforcement for ICE to Sacramento at a time when there's so much fear", said Alex Barrios, a spokesman for the Sacramento City Unified School District.