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Postville Raids

Postville Raids - Immigration Raid Over 300 Face Charges...

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Immigration Raid: Over 300 Face Charges http://www.kcrg.com/news/local/18861684.html?corder=reverse http://www.spencerdailyreporter.com/story/1405477.html http://masbury.wordpress.com/2008/07/ http://www.radioiowa.com/gestalt/go.cfm? objectid=DDF1F4E9-9C8F-79D5-6268E443740B5C6E
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Professor Camayd-Freixas wrote that the immigrant defendants whose words he translated, most of them villagers from Guatemala, did not fully understand the criminal charges they were facing or the rights most of them had waived. http://librarian.lishost.org/?cat=78
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http://rabbibrant.com/2008/07/28/demanding-justice-in-postville/ Demanding Justice in Postville July 28, 2008 by Rabbi Brant Rosen
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http://www.citizenorange.com/orange/2008/05/the-children-of-postville-iowa.html My fingers ache trying to type out this entry because there is so much that is wrong here. Postville, Iowa, truly became POSTville after 389 people were yanked out of town with only 2,273 people in it. What about the employers you say? No officials at Agriprocessors have been charged. But these migrants were bringing down wages for U.S. citizens you say? Half of the school system's 600 students were absent Tuesday, including 90% of Hispanic children, because their parents were arrested or in hiding.
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