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After Iraqi woman's beating death, El Cajon police ask public's help

El Cajon police are asking for the public's help in its investigation into the fatal beating of an Iraqi immigrant and have not ruled out the possibility that Shaima Alawadi was the victim of a hate crime. Near the body of the 32-year-old Alawadi, police found what has been described as a threatening note. Police have declined to release the text, but relatives and friends say the handwritten note warned Alawadi to "go back to your own country" and labeled her a terrorist.

Nightmare in Peru - - As many people are already aware, Jed and I and my sister in law, Jenny have been through a very traumatic experience here in Peru. I wanted to put this out there to first of all let everyone know that Continue reading

A reality all to familiar with Libyan Immigration Police: ISIS is disguising themselves as refugees to enter other countries to commit terrorist attacks.

ithankthevirgin: I thank Saint Francis for hearing our prayers.... (NeoMexicanismos)

I thank Saint Francis for hearing our prayers. My son and I went to USA as illegal immigrants, but we got lost. Luckily, we were found by the immigration police, so now I can tell about that. Juan Gutierrez

Congressman exposes truth behind illegal kids Fact-finding mission finds children definitely NOT 'refugees'

'What to do if you're stopped by the police, immigration agents, or the FBI' - printable pdf fold-able booklet from the ACLU outlining rights and providing tips for dealing w/ law enforcement.

In a small upstate New York town, Hispanic police officer Jimmy Vega is the first cop on the scene of a home invasion where shots have been fired. A tense stand-off in the dark between Vega and an immigrant burglar ends with Vega firing his gun. As Vega deals with the fallout of the shooting (including his own troubled emotions), he finds those closest to him questioning his story and discovers a link between the man he shot and the brutal unsolved murder of his own mother.

Why does France keep getting attacked?

Police in one of the ‘banlieues’ on the outskirts of Paris from where many radicalised young immigrants come.

EL PASO, TEXAS – Lawyers for a Mexican cartel enforcer suspected of killing thousands of people in Juarez and now facing trial here for the murder of Americans hope to free him with claims police south of the border tortured him before handing him over to U.S. authorities.