Casa de Maryland provides "safety plan", legal advice for illegal aliens

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Casa de Maryland is an odious taxpayer-funded group that operates day laborer hangouts and takes other actions to support illegal immigration.

Now, in collaboration with the Detention Watch Network and the National Immigration Project of the National Lawyer's Guild they offer a pamphlet entitled "WARNING! Protect yourself from Immigration raids!" (PDF file). One of the authors appears to be one Julie Dahlstrom.

To a certain extent, this might not be that objectionable. After all, even illegal aliens are protected by various laws, and some of the advice in there applies to legal immigrants. However, as could be expected from the sources, they crank it up a few notches and reveal that their goal is helping illegal aliens stay here. Along the way, they feature cute graphics of big-eyed poor defenseless Hispanics being oppressed by law officers, all of whom appear to be either white or black.

And, there's the section "Develop a safety plan":

Talk with your co-workers to see if they are willing to make a collective decision that everyone - regardless of their immigration status - will remain silent and ask to speak with an attorney in the event of a workplace raid...

And, the "Reforma Migratoria" and "Opportunities for all" banners on the final page are a bit of a giveaway that their concerns involve helping illegal immigrants stay here rather than, for instance, encouraging them to return home.

Previously:
Bergen County Community Action Program: coffee, donuts for illegal aliens
Casa de Maryland spokesman: an illegal alien?
Gustavo Torres/Case de Maryland refuses to say Pledge of Allegiance
Gramscians demand ouster of Maryland comptroller
Casa de Maryland: funding
DC Metro bilingual signs and illegal alien advocates
Illegal aliens, supporters to protest in Washington
Casa of Maryland helps illegal aliens get driver's licenses
Casa de Maryland might soon get big surprise
CASA of Maryland worried Sensenbrenner bill will shut their day laborer centers
"[Maryland] delegates seek cost of illegals"
Maryland to be sued over driver's licenses; AP not telling whole truth

Comments

"Talk with your co-workers to see if they are willing to make a collective decision that everyone - regardless of their immigration status - will remain silent and ask to speak with an attorney in the event of a workplace raid..." Sounds as if this little group is encouraging people to interfere with law enforcement officers trying to do their jobs. That is called obstruction of justice and is illegal. It might even fall under organized crime or conspiracy. Book 'em, Danno.

Casa De Maryland should have their IRS 501 C 3 status revoked http://www.irs.gov/charities/charitable/article/0,,id=96099,00.html

I always get so depressed when I read this blog.