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Martha Mendoza of AP misleads over crime on U.S.-Mexico border - 06/03/10

... public," said immigrant advocate Isabel Garcia at Tucson-based Derechos Humanos. "The warnings about violence are just an excuse to crack down on migrants who want to work and be with their families." Read about her at the links. [1] news-sentinel.com/apps/pbcs.dll/ article?AID=/SE/20100603/NEWS/6030350 [2] www.fbi.gov/ucr/prelimsem2009/index.html [3] secureborder.blogspot.com/2007/07/ citizens...

What Brian Stelter and the New York Times don't want you to know - 10/24/09

... of that post might assume that Isabel Garcia is just a "civil rights lawyer"; all he told his readers about her is at [1]. In fact, she's a very strong supporter of illegal immigration who, despite being the Public Defender of Pima County, Arizona, carried the head of a Joe Arpaio effigy around like a trophy at a protest. Her group (Derechos Humanos), at least as of 2006, was directly...

Violent hate: protesters beat effigy of Sheriff Joe Arpaio (Isabel Garcia/Derechos Humanos) - 07/12/08

... it's head (video link). Then, Isabel Garcia of Derechos Humanos carried the severed head around (video link). Then, the protesters carried the body around (video link). See the writeup from Jon Justice of the radio station 104.1 FM The Truth here. As of 2006, Derechos Humanos was collaborating with the Mexican government, and to make it even worse Garcia is on the payroll of Pima County (home...

George W. Bush, Raul Grijalva support "comprehensive immigration reform" together - 04/26/07

... extremists such as his close friend Isabel Garcia. Her group, the Mexico-linked Derechos Humanos, supports Grijalva.

Gil Cedillo, Peter Schey, LULAC, MALDEF, more at Migrant March II - 02/05/07

... Gloria Saucedo, DERECHOS HUMANOS, [Isabel Garcia, also linked to the Mexican government], Senator Gil Cedillo, AFSC, Arnoldo Garcia [of the National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights], ... etc) of the movement for Latino rights: when we arrived, we were moved to tears as they gave us a rousing standing ovation. After our talk about our mission, (to hear the stories from the migrants...

No More Deaths, Derechos Humanos working with Mexican government - 07/12/06

... and Derechos Humanos (run by Isabel Garcia) have signed an "agreement of hospitality" with the Mexican government that will let those groups assist potential illegal aliens inside Mexico. They will be providing them with "food, water, footwear and basic medical care", which will serve to encourage many to try to cross the border. And, needless to say, some of those will die trying. Of course, if...