Remains Now Active Part of Zoe Campos Disappearance

LUBBOCK, Texas - Today, Lubbock Police shared an update on the remains found last week in a backyard in the 1900 block of 70th Street. The brief reads: On Wednesday, November 7th, new investigative leads on the 2013 disappearance of Zoe Campos led investigators to a home in the 1900 block of 70th Street. Based on that lead, additional resources such as cadaver dogs were brought in from an outside agency to assist with searching the back yard. A bone was located by Lubbock Police Department investigators and the area was secured. Multiple units including LPD crime scene investigators, LPD forensic specialists and investigators with the Lubbock County Medical Examiner’s Office have assisted wi

Guarantee of Birthright Citizenship Protected by U.S. Constitution’s 14th Amendment

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund today released a statement from its chief executive officer (CEO) Arturo Vargas in response to reports that President Donald Trump is planning to issue an executive order calling for the end of birthright citizenship: “Since the adoption of the 14th Amendment, the Constitution has granted all persons born or naturalized on U.S. soil with U.S. Citizenship. “Any attempt by President Trump to overhaul this basic tenet of our democracy through an executive order would be un-American and downright illegal. Continuing to attack hard-working immigrants as a means of scoring politic

Stop the Attacks and Lies Against Latino Asylum Seekers!

Nation’s Largest Civil Rights Organization Says Trump Continues to Ignite Fear & Hate Washington, DC – The National President of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) called out President Trump Thursday for his latest Twitter campaign ad featuring a convicted Latino cop killer, Latino refugees at a border checkpoint in Central America and his remarks in a news conference calling the approaching asylum-seekers dangerous, diseased and a threat to the United States. “Trump has stooped to a new and vile low even I never thought was possible from a sitting American President who has no limit on how far he’s willing to go,” says Domingo Garcia. “He’s jailed our babies, attacked our

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