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No More Deaths says some volunteers face misdemeanor charges for supporting migrants on restricted federal lands.
A new report claims U.S. Border Patrol routinely destroys the humanitarian aid left in the desert between Mexico and Arizona, that is vital for migrants making the treacherous journey to America.
Southern Arizona has experienced an unusually cold winter this year. A No More Deaths spokeswoman told the Arizona Daily
It's not uncommon for migrants to undergo deportation and immediately begin planning a return trip to the U.S., driven by economic necessity and familial ties. Despite the awful risks, people continue to cross.
From May 13-16, I accompanied a delegation from Long Island to Tucson, Arizona, and Nogales, Mexico, where we learned firsthand about the ongoing humanitarian crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Walt Staton of Tucson, Arizona could be sentenced to up to a year in prison and a $10,000 fine. His crime? Leaving water in the Sonoran Desert for illegal immigrants.