Good. Someone has to stop the madness.
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Protesters who successfully blocked immigrant detainees from reaching a Border Patrol processing facility in Murrieta earlier this week say they’re ready to do it again should federal immigration officials attempt a similar drop-off.
Officials with Immigration and Customs Enforcement have not said when more buses carrying undocumented immigrants may arrive at the facility for processing, but at a Murrieta town hall meeting on the issue Wednesday night, opponents said they were resolute.
Carol Schlaepfer, an activist from Pomona who helped block three buses Tuesday in Murrieta, said she and others would organize, hopefully in greater numbers, to do it all over again.
“We’re going to be there,” she vowed. “We’re going to do the same thing, and hopefully with greater numbers of people.”
On Tuesday, a convoy of three buses carrying 140 detainees was forced by protesters to turn away from the Border Patrol facility in Murrieta.