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Judge quashes most charges in Operation Streamline trial

2 remaining counts will be decided by April 13

Most of the charges lodged against 12 immigration activists for their role in an October 2013 protest against Operation Streamline were dropped by a Tucson judge on Tuesday.

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Mar 19, 2015, 7:23 am
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since when is it ones 1st amendment right to stop 2 buses/ What a joke this so called judge is. She should resign as a judge.  She is just catering to open border idiots.

Mar 19, 2015, 9:09 am
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What a gross miscarriage of justice. Between this, Tony Stewart, the Reginald Denney beating, and so many others, I guess the lesson here is if you want an acquittal, make sure someone has photographic evidence of you committing the crime.

I legitimately think Susan Bacal owes us an explanation for her decision. The photographic evidence was abundantly clear. A trial would have been a waste of everyone’s time. How in the world are they not guilty of any of that???

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