Radical leftist open border
speed bumps supporters shut down streets in Los Angeles today.
Protesters lie on a street with their hands linked together during a protest organized by “We Are All Arizona” against Arizona’s new law SB 1070, near the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement offices in downtown Los Angeles May 6, 2010. (Reuters)
Open border leftists chained themselves together in Los Angeles and laid down on the street shutting down traffic.
The AP reported:
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Los Angeles police have arrested more than a dozen protesters who chained themselves together on a downtown street to protest Arizona’s new immigration law.
Protest spokesman Nelson Motto says 14 activists locked themselves in a circle Thursday afternoon and lay down in front of federal immigration detention center, blocking traffic for about four hours.
Dozens of helmeted officers surrounded the demonstrators before declaring an unlawful assembly and making arrests. No injuries were reported.
City attorney spokesman John Franklin says the 14 demonstrators will be charged with interfering with police work and failure to disperse.