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UC-Berkeley Promotes Hotline for Students to Call if They Spot Immigration Agents

UC-Berkeley Promotes Hotline for Students to Call if They Spot Immigration Agents

“rapid response hotline”

Berkeley cares more about non-citizens than the constitutional rights of American citizens, like free speech and the Second Amendment.

The College Fix reports:

University promotes hotline for students to call if they see immigration agents

The University of California, Berkeley is promoting a local organization’s “rapid response hotline” for students to call if they see federal immigration enforcement officers.

The school promotes the hotline on its Undocumented Student Program website. The hotline was set up by the Alameda County Immigration Legal and Education Partnership, a cooperation between the legal group Centro Legal de La Raza and several other organizations.

The Berkeley website promoting the hotline links back to a broken page on Centro Legal’s website, but the latter website does feature the hotline elsewhere on its site. “If you see Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE) in action, suspect ICE activity in progress, or if you are detained or someone you know is detained by ICE, call ACILEP for rapid response and immigration legal services,” the website states.

The organization’s website also features numerous instructions in a section titled “Know Your Rights.” These include refusing to open the door for ICE agents, demanding to speak to legal counsel, and refusing to say where you were born.


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I say call often. Also, have some I.C.E. shirts and jackets made up for people to wear. (Hint government agencies don’t use periods between their letters.)

Isn’t this considered Obstruction of Justice under the Calif Penal Code? I see that Obstruction of Justice includes “Try to prevent an arrest (your own or someone else’s).” Even if it is illegal, I suspect the authorities in CA wouldn’t enforce the law in this case.

we need to make that number public, and bury them in calls.