Multi-American

How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this morning: Female immigrant detained after domestic violence call, smugglers use phony UPS van, S-Comm expands, more

Woman Who Made Domestic Violence Call Ends up in Immigration Custody - Fox News Latino A woman in Colorado who called police over an alleged domestic violence incident said she was turned over to immigration authorities and detained for nearly two weeks; civil rights advocates say her case is one of three similar ones in her county.

Group seeks to define Obama as "worse than Joe Arpaio" on immigration - CBS News A group led by a conservative political strategist called Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles is pushing this message in its outreach to Latino voters in Nevada, a key swing state.

Jury orders death penalty for Jamiel Shaw II's killer - Los Angeles Times Jurors reached the verdict this week in the trial of Pedro Espinoza, a 23-year-old Latino gang member convicted of killing Jamiel Shaw II, a 17-year-old black high school football star. Since the start, the case has been marked by racial tension.

Illegal immigrants arrested in phony UPS van - BusinessWeek From the story: "The van looked like a legitimate United Parcel Service Inc. delivery vehicle, except the company decal on the back door was slightly crooked." Thirteen migrants were found packed inside near Niland, in California's Imperial Valley.

US grocer accused of war crimes sent to Bosnia - Huffington Post Dejan Radojkovic, who allegedly commanded a police squad that rounded up Bosnian Muslims to be killed in the mid-1990s, had reinvented himself as a small grocery store owner in Las Vegas. He was deported this week.

Immigration Fingerprint Program Now Statewide - KMGH Denver Federal immigration officials continue to roll out the controversial Secure Communities fingerprint-sharing program across the country; it's now been expanded to all 64 counties in Colorado.

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