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Border Patrol -- 100 miles from border -- strikes fear in the community

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Published on May 11, 2012

Telemundo 52 documented the U.S. Border Patrol's recent activity in Corona, California -- a city more than one hundred miles from the U.S./Mexico border.

Community members and local business owners are concerned about the presence of border patrol in their streets. Parents are sending their kids to grocery stores with shopping lists because they are afraid to leave their homes. Street vendors and day laborers are afraid to go out and work because of the presence of border patrol.

ACLU/SC Attorney Lucero Chavez discusses what you can do if you encounter a border patrol agent: most importantly, exercise your right to remain silent. Whether or not you have status, you are protected under the constitution. It is also important to document any encounters you have or details you can get about what you see.

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