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Cuadrillas de la ANDE podaron gran cantidad de árboles el sábado último, en el barrio Santa Ana de Ciudad del Este. Ayer, las ramas seguían al costado de las calles. Como los camiones recolectores sólo retiran bolsas con residuos domiciliarios, varios vecinos se vieron obligados a contratar carriteros prohibidos por la comuna. Esta situación propició […]
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SANTA ANA, Calif. - The Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals on June 19 affirmed a district court's dismissal of a borrower's claims for violation of California's unfair competition law (UCL) and the California Homeowners Bill of Rights (HBOR), holding that she failed to allege that the practices of lenders were unfair or unlawful and that she challenged a foreclosure that had not yet occurred (Diane Weinsheimer v. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc., et al., No. 16-56725, 9th Cir., 2018 U.S. App. LEXIS 16511).
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ARMADURA DE DIOS Recopilado por el Cura Párroco de Santa Ana de Villa del Parque. Bs. As., Mayo 12 de 1944 PRÓLOGO Con razón escribe el Damasceno que todas las criaturas están obligadas a los santos padres de María, Joaquín y Ana, porque gracias a ellos puede el universo ofrecer a Dios el preclarísimo entre … Continuar leyendo Mes en honor de Santa Ana
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CA-Santa Ana, Superior Group is hiring multiple 1st Shift Metal Polishers for our client located in Santa Ana, CA. This position will be temp-to-hire and will pay hourly at $12.50 per hour. 1st Shift work hours will be from 5:00am - 1:30pm. As a Polisher, you will: Clean and repair components in the polishing area utilizing power belts, belt sander, buffing machine, and other sanding/polishing machines. Inspect
          Comment on Family pleads for help to find the killer of a young man in Santa Ana by john      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
WELL SHIT LOOK AT THE PUNK!!!! TOTALLY GANG BANGER.... TOO BAD!!! ONE LESS LOW LIFE ON THE STREET.
          Comment on Should the City of Santa Ana be encouraging us to turn garages into living spaces? by annonymous      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I say if the lot provides sufficient space and there are already existing pluming and electrical in place then it is not a bad idea. You have sober living facilities being utilized by a lot of these old homes and the effect sometimes is all too similar to the homeless on our street corners and yet these sober living facilities increase the financial power for slum lords in sense who just want to collect the cash and not maintain up keep on homes the way they should be. you have 10 cars to a house and they take up the parking. So really there is no way around it and the parking issue is just an excuse because everyone wants their own transportation to be safer then public transportation since crime has escalated within the last two years. I'm all for it.
          Comment on RSCCD Chancellor Raúl Rodriguez created a culture of racism at Santa Ana College by anonymous      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This article should be titled, SAC Faculty created a culture of racism at Santa Ana College. The chancellor should know what's going on at the colleges, but make no mistake, he did not create the culture of racism at Santa Ana College. Faculty created that culture. As new administrators arrived and took notice of the lack of faculty workload, they were harassed by faculty members campaigning to get them to leave. When that failed, the faculty resorted to claiming the administrator was a racist. So, after months of interviews with lawyers and meetings with union reps, and an unfounded claim of racism, the administrator is still asked to leave!? This process took a toll everyone involved, especially the classified employees. What happened to the faculty members that made the false claims of racism? They are still employed by the RSCCD. They still work with our students everyday. Perhaps a great start to changing the culture of racism at SAC is to get rid of the faculty members that initiated it. It seems strange that there is absolutely no consequence for making such an accusation. Nobody wins in this environment. Sadly, our students suffer the most.
          Comment on RSCCD Chancellor Raúl Rodriguez created a culture of racism at Santa Ana College by Anonymous      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This entire "racist" ordeal was faculty driven from the start. Yes, the Chancellor should be aware of what is happening but let's not take the all the accountability away from the faculty. Administrator's come in and see the lack of faculty work, call the faculty out on it and they in turn, scream racism. It's truly pathetic. The ones who suffer are the classified employees and ultimately the students.
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CA-Santa Ana, RESPONSIBILITIES: Kforce client is seeking an Administrative Assistant for a long-term contract assignment in Santa Ana, California (CA). REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree preferred 2+ years Administrative Assistant experience Experience working positively and productively in a team environment; Highly collaborative Highly proficient in Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook) Ex
          Re: Breaking: Fire at the old Ace Hardware building in downtown Berkeley      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

600 homes were destroyed in a fire in Berkeley in 1923. The 1991 hillside fire in Oakland and Berkeley destroyed 3,354 single-family homes and 456 apartment units and killed 25 people. Homeless or firebugs started two fires in April in West Berkeley - Templo Gethsemani and 2nd and Page in a homeless camp. Regularly, vagrants start fires in Berkeley. Two fires were started by vagrants in February, one at a homeless camp and one at Old City Hall. Then there are the 55 "firebug" fires in Berkeley - don't call him an "arsonist." (Nov. 1 to Jan. 2): http://www.berkeleyside.com...

Now this. One of these days, the arsonists are going to torch a building when we've got strong Santa Ana winds and we're going to lose a good part of Berkeley. Just one of those incidental costs of being a destination city for the homeless and the mentally unstable combined with our reluctance to enforce the laws.


          Homeless night shelter at Orange County armories comes to an end this weekend      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The last night of a 90-day extension of the traditional winter shelter program at National Guard armories in Fullerton and Santa Ana is Sunday, July 15.
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CA-Santa Ana, RESPONSIBILITIES: Kforce client is seeking an Administrative Assistant for a long-term contract assignment in Santa Ana, California (CA). REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree preferred 2+ years Administrative Assistant experience Experience working positively and productively in a team environment; Highly collaborative Highly proficient in Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook) Ex
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          Free child abuse prevention workshop set for July 11 at the Santa Ana Library      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
City of Santa Ana Community: Mother of Samantha Runnion Advocates against Child Abuse at Prevention Workshop/Taller de Prevención de Abuso Infantil The Santa Ana Public Library proudly presents an adult education workshop for preventing child abuse and abduction. The program will be presented by Erin D. Runnion, founder and director of The Joyful Child Foundation, […]
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          Historia de Guayaquil inspiró a jóvenes en festival juliano      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
“Nuestra ciudad tiene una mezcla ideal entre lo antiguo, lo moderno y lo contemporáneo. Todo este atractivo genera comercio a través del turismo. Nuestra bella ciudad es catalogada como la Perla del Pacífico”, declamó Joan Meza, estudiante del Colegio de las Américas, en el festival de oratoria que se efectuó ayer en las faldas del cerro Santa Ana.
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Elvira Vera nació y creció en la escalinata Santo Domingo del cerro Santa Ana, en el primer callejón conocido como Las Carabelas. Ella recuerda que en su niñez jugaba a las rondas, la rayuela y al bate en ese sector, que al igual que la escalinata era rústico, de piedras y polvo. Aquel panorama de antaño dista del escenario actual con la regeneración urbana, cuya inauguración prevista para ayer se pospuso. Sin embargo, los vecinos ya disfrutan del mural que recrea la fauna nativa del Puerto Principal.
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          Criminalisation brought to new extremes in case of Aymara indigenous communities in Peru      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

In the coming weeks, the Supreme Court in Peru will decide the fate of Walter Aduviri, an indigenous spokesperson and aspiring politician for the local elections, convicted for his role in the 2011 Puno protests. Español

Indigenous protestors outside the Palace of Justice, Peru. Source: DHUMA. All Rights Reserved.

In the next few weeks the Supreme Court in Lima, Peru, will decide the fate of Walter Aduviri, an indigenous Aymara community spokesperson convicted for his role in protests that took place in 2011 in the southern region of Puno.

The case has been going on for more than seven years but now in the final stretch it is being closely watched by social organisations, human rights lawyers and political analysts throughout the country because it could set two legal precedents with implications for many other struggles for indigenous and peasant rights.  

The case of Walter Aduviri and the Aymara people is emblematic of the attacks and threats faced by communities that stand up to defend their basic resources throughout Latin America and other regions.

Dragging the spokespersons of these struggles through the courts is the cornerstone of a much broader trend to criminalize social protest. This includes not only new laws and legal cases against communities, but also smear campaigns, discrimination and violent coercion on the part of the State.

The objective is clear: to suppress social organisation in order to facilitate the extraction of natural resources - mostly by multinational corporations - by limiting and violating the rights of the population.

The Aymarazo

The conflict known as "El Aymarazo" was a mobilization in the Puno region in 2011 against the proposed Santa Ana mine - an open-pit mining project located near the border with Bolivia. The project was owned by the Canadian mining company Bear Creek and plans were to mine 63 million ounces of silver over 11 years from 2012.  

When news of the proposed mine reached the local population in 2008, there was an almost complete rejection of the project due to the high usage and risk of contamination of local water sources. The region is largely an agricultural and livestock area that includes important local rivers such as the Callacami and the Desaguadero River. Lake Titicaca, shared between Peru and Bolivia, was also threatened.

Having seen the contamination of land and water sources caused by mining projects in other provinces and having found out about a series of irregularities in the acquisition of the land titles by the company, the communities began to petition the authorities, requesting in particular that their right to prior consultation be respected.

Faced with official indifference at both local and national levels, protests developed into a region-wide strike in May 2011. One of the central demands  was the repeal of Executive Decree 083 – 2007 that had declared Santa Ana a project of national priority, despite the Peruvian Constitution banning foreign-owned mining concessions within 50km of the national border.  

Subsequently the community sought the cancellation of all mining concessions in the region and a moratorium on future concessions. The strike in Puno intensified and the government was eventually forced to repeal its decree. The Santa Ana mining project had been blocked.

Shut up in Court

After the Aymarazo, the public prosecutor opened investigations against 100 leaders involved in the mobilizations. They were accused of the obstruction of public services, disturbing the peace, and aggravated extortion.

Aggravated extortion is a charge used historically in Peru for organized crime cases, but is increasingly being used in cases of social protest.

Aggravated extortion is a charge used historically in Peru for organized crime cases, but is increasingly being used in cases of social protest. In an interview with the authors Rodrigo Lauracio, lawyer at local human rights organisation DHUMA in Puno, explained that "the public prosecutor's theory is that the Aymarazo social protest was a criminal organization to extort the State. As if it were a criminal organization set up to extort a businessman."

After various hearings, of the 100 people investigated  ten would go on to face trial. Nine of the defendants were acquitted in July last year due to  ‘insufficient evidence’. However Walter Aduviri, one of the main spokespersons of the Aymara communities during the mobilisations,  was sentenced to seven years in prison and a fine of two million soles (approximately $600,000).

The sentence was ratified by the courts in December 2017 and an arrest warrant was issued for Aduviri.  He has been in hiding since then, maintaining that prosecutors never showed sufficient evidence against him, and that he is facing political persecution. His case has been in the headlines at regional and national level, as well as being presented in international fora.

Turning Point

Importantly, when the judges convicted Aduviri something peculiar happened in the regional courts in Puno that could mark a major turning point in terms of how legal processes are being used to criminalise and repress social mobilisations in Peru.

Although the crime for which Walter Aduviri was convicted was disturbing the peace, at the last minute the judges changed his alleged degree of participation in that crime. The public prosecutor in the case was bringing charges based on a degree of participation known in Peruvian law as 'non-executive co-perpetration’.

But when the judges acquitted the other nine defendants, they honed in on Walter Aduviri as the only guilty party, and now convicted him on the basis of a new interpretation of his role/participation: that of indirect perpetration.

To get a sense of the seriousness of that change, one observation is enough. Indirect perpetration had previously been used in Peru mainly in cases of crimes against humanity and terrorism.

Although the two theories sound complex, understanding them and their increasing use in cases of social and mining conflicts in Peru is both urgent and important.

According to Pablo Abdo, a human rights lawyer from the Institute for the Study of Andean Cultures (IDECA) in Puno, the increasing use of non-executive co-perpetration in cases of social protest itself represents a dangerous legal trend.  It implies that one person instigates a crime and another person actually carries it out, but both people agree to commit the crime. In summary "you and I agree to commit a crime, but I give you the orders and you will carry them out."

Abdo explained that this happens when the specific people responsible for an offence can’t be found or their involvement can’t be proven, instead the leaders and spokespeople of the communities involved are identified and charged.

The use of these two legal theories represents a significant legal and political shift in Peru as it allows social organizations to be equated with criminal organizations and their leaders to be equated with criminal instigators.

Even more worrying is the use of the indirect perpetrator charge faced by Aduviri. Here there is no agreement between the two (or more) parties to commit a crime, but rather, in the words of Abdo, “one of them is manipulating  the other to commit the crime against their will……I want to commit a crime and I want to use you to do it. So I'll trick you or force you to do it. ...That is the theory that the judge is now using. It’s like saying that Walter Aduviri forced and cheated the Aymaras, his own people, to commit the alleged crimes."

For DHUMA lawyer Rodrigo Lauracio, the reasoning used by the judges doesn't make sense in the context of these events. He points out that "the Aymara indigenous communities are never overseen by a single leader. This was shown in the anthropological studies carried out in the case. It’s the other way around..the Aymara people choose their representatives or spokespersons to give voice to the issues that the community is facing.”

Precedent

The use of these two legal theories represents a significant legal and political shift in Peru as it allows social organizations to be equated with criminal organizations and their leaders to be equated with criminal instigators. It also allows for the conviction of community spokespersons and leaders based on them just being leaders of their communities, without having proven their direct involvement in the alleged crimes committed.

According to Abdo, "if these sentences stand, this [Aduviri’s] sentence in particular, it will allow for the criminalisation and conviction of other leaders and human rights defenders. That's the problem ... if you take the arguments used in the Aymarazo to convict Walter Aduviri, you can use that same argument in other cases that have already been acquitted to seek a conviction."

To date the legal theory of indirect perpetration has been used above all in major cases of serious human rights violations and crimes against humanity.  

Former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori was sentenced in 2009 to 25 years in prison for crimes against humanity using this legal theory and Abimael Guzmán, Shining Path (Sendero Luminoso) leader was sentenced in 2006 to life imprisonment for terrorism against the State based on the same theory. Now in Peru in 2018, it is being used against spokespersons and leaders of indigenous and peasant communities in social protests.

Source: DHUMA. All Rights Reserved.

Indigenous Identity and Rights

A second precedent on the line in the case relates specifically to whether or not Walter Aduviri is subject to indigenous rights. These rights, relating to cultural identity, territorial autonomy and the right to be informed and consulted about development projects (particularly ILO Convention 169) are recognised both in the Peruvian legal system and Constitution as well as in international treaties to which Peru is a signatory.

While anthropological expert opinion concluded that all of the accused in the Aymarazo were indeed members of indigenous communities, the judges ruled that Walter Aduviri was not subject to these rights because, among other things, he had attained a university education, and should therefore “be able to adapt his behaviour according to the law”.

The case affects not only Walter Aduviri but all indigenous peoples, because it represents jurisprudence for other court rulings.

According to human rights lawyer, Rodrigo Lauracio, "this represents a violation of international standards in terms of indigenous peoples' rights… it affects not only Walter Aduviri but all indigenous peoples, because it represents jurisprudence for other court rulings".

For Lauracio, the case would undoubtedly have to be brought before internationl fora “if this interpretation and ruling are ratified…it would constitute a rights violation and would mean that the Peruvian state would be subject to the jurisdiction of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights”

Like many other criminalisation cases in Peru and across the region, this one must be understood in the broader context of the multiple forms of discrimination and prejudice faced by indigenous communities.

The Peruvian public prosecutor in another legal case related to the Aymarazo protests spoke of the those involved in the social mobilization in the following way:

“…..who in their role as institutional leaders with command over these irrational, impassioned, unthinking masses, pushed the population to commit….”

Forms of Criminalisation

According to Rodrigo Lauracio, the court cases against the Aymara spokespersons must also be seen as part of a much broader criminalisation trend against the communities resisting mining projects. For him it can be summed up in four steps.

The first is "the design of policy and legislation that modifies our legal system to make way for mining projects and to create new crimes for those participating in social protests...legislative changes are made in Congress or at executive level, to pave the way for extractive industry activity and to restrict the rights of indigenous peoples or peasant communities opposed to mining projects.”

The second consists of "media smear campaigns, via radio, television and online, in which we are labeled as anti-mining terrorists, environmental terrorists, or as being anti-development." Lauracio spoke in particular of how "the aggressions against women [human rights] defenders take on particular characteristics, including sexual references and references to the private lives of the defenders".

Of the 78 human rights defenders killed during the last two governments in Peru, 67% died as a result of the actions of state forces during social protests.

The third stage of criminalisation is "the way in which the state intervenes in the social conflicts themselves, especially by declaring states of emergency...then people are killed, literally murdered, and great physical and psychological damage is inflicted on people...there have even been cases of torture . "

Between 2017 and 2018, in a region known as the mining corridor in southern Peru (Cuzco, Arequipa and Apurimac), there have been states of emergency for 10 consecutive months (unprecedented in times of peace in country) with the consequent suspension of basic rights.  

Add to this the contracts between mining companies and the police to provide security services, and a change to the laws that exempts the police from any responsibility if they kill somebody in the line of duty and it’s no surprise to see that, of the 78 human rights defenders killed during the last two governments in Peru, 67% died as a result of the actions of state forces during social protests.

The fourth and final stage of criminalisation, according to Lauracio, are the criminal investigations like those that followed the Aymarazo. According to the lawyer, these cases bring real economic, social and psychological damage "the process of criminalisation that begins at policy level is materialised in these cases….the legal processes are used to scare community representatives."

According to the Peruvian National Human Rights Coordinating body, 792 human rights defenders have faced judicial processes at the national level, 55% for actions related to the defense of environmental rights and indigenous peoples.  

It really is a very effective strategy to wear people down and to intimidate organized civil society.

Enemies of the State

“In Peru,” says Tomas Medina Mamanchulla, President of the Jatuncachi peasant community in Puno, "there are laws to criminalise popular protest and the government has begun to persecute leaders.

There are many leaders facing legal charges, especially those defending the environment and fundamental [human] rights. It is like a law for the enemy, the Peruvian state itself considers us as its enemies, as if we weren’t part of the state.”

For Aymara community leader Yolanda Quesisto, the current criminalisation reflects historical patterns:  "From the moment that the Spaniards arrived, they saw us as inferior to them and I think [those with power] still believe that. [The government and mining companies] are doing the same thing that they did with our great leaders Tupac Katari, Bartolina Sisa, Miguel Bastidas ... and Tupac Amaru, he was drawn and quartered for fighting against oppression. They’re doing the same thing now. They’re shutting us up with their laws.”

Mamanchulla warns,"If Walter Aduviri is convicted, many leaders working in defense of natural resources will be prosecuted. That cannot be."

The Real Criminals?

The case of Walter Aduviri itself has been somewhat controversial because of his electoral aspirations.  Aduviri is a candidate in the Puno regional elections in October of this year. The judges in Lima, the electoral authorities and the Puno voters will decide his fate. But what cannot be denied is that his case is symbolic of the widespread criminalisation of social protest in Peru, especially of peasant and indigenous communities. And it’s not going to get better any time soon.

According to the Peruvian Mining Conflict Observatory report in 2017, 14.7% of the Peruvian national territory is under mining concessions. In the Puno region alone, in 2011 approximately 96,437Km2 of the territory was under mining concessions. While in the province of Chucuito where the Santa Ana mining project - which set off the Aymarazo conflict - is located, the number of mining concessions increased dramatically in a decade: from zero concessions in the year 2000 to 59 in the year 2011.

Indigenous and peasant communities are disproportionately affected by this rapid expansion because they depend directly on the land and the water (the first thing to be contaminated) for their livelihoods. Add to this the marginalization and persistent discrimination they face, and it is not surprising that communities resort to social protest.

Meanwhile, several transnational corporations, including Bear Creek (that also has a second mining project in the region known as Corani), remain active in Puno, waiting for the political winds to change to try to push forward their projects, all the while benefiting from the criminalisation of affected communities.

In this context, the words of Yolanda Quesisto referring to the criminalisation of the Aymara people resonate with even more strength. "Is it a crime to defend natural resources? Is it a crime to defend the environment? Do they not depend on water too? Is it a crime to defend the water? "

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In the coming weeks, the Supreme Court in Peru will decide the fate of Walter Aduviri, an indigenous spokesperson and aspiring politician for the local elections, convicted for his role in the 2011 Puno protests. Español

Indigenous protestors outside the Palace of Justice, Peru. Source: DHUMA. All Rights Reserved.

In the next few weeks the Supreme Court in Lima, Peru, will decide the fate of Walter Aduviri, an indigenous Aymara community spokesperson convicted for his role in protests that took place in 2011 in the southern region of Puno.

The case has been going on for more than seven years but now in the final stretch it is being closely watched by social organisations, human rights lawyers and political analysts throughout the country because it could set two legal precedents with implications for many other struggles for indigenous and peasant rights.  

The case of Walter Aduviri and the Aymara people is emblematic of the attacks and threats faced by communities that stand up to defend their basic resources throughout Latin America and other regions.

Dragging the spokespersons of these struggles through the courts is the cornerstone of a much broader trend to criminalize social protest. This includes not only new laws and legal cases against communities, but also smear campaigns, discrimination and violent coercion on the part of the State.

The objective is clear: to suppress social organisation in order to facilitate the extraction of natural resources - mostly by multinational corporations - by limiting and violating the rights of the population.

The Aymarazo

The conflict known as "El Aymarazo" was a mobilization in the Puno region in 2011 against the proposed Santa Ana mine - an open-pit mining project located near the border with Bolivia. The project was owned by the Canadian mining company Bear Creek and plans were to mine 63 million ounces of silver over 11 years from 2012.  

When news of the proposed mine reached the local population in 2008, there was an almost complete rejection of the project due to the high usage and risk of contamination of local water sources. The region is largely an agricultural and livestock area that includes important local rivers such as the Callacami and the Desaguadero River. Lake Titicaca, shared between Peru and Bolivia, was also threatened.

Having seen the contamination of land and water sources caused by mining projects in other provinces and having found out about a series of irregularities in the acquisition of the land titles by the company, the communities began to petition the authorities, requesting in particular that their right to prior consultation be respected.

Faced with official indifference at both local and national levels, protests developed into a region-wide strike in May 2011. One of the central demands  was the repeal of Executive Decree 083 – 2007 that had declared Santa Ana a project of national priority, despite the Peruvian Constitution banning foreign-owned mining concessions within 50km of the national border.  

Subsequently the community sought the cancellation of all mining concessions in the region and a moratorium on future concessions. The strike in Puno intensified and the government was eventually forced to repeal its decree. The Santa Ana mining project had been blocked.

Shut up in Court

After the Aymarazo, the public prosecutor opened investigations against 100 leaders involved in the mobilizations. They were accused of the obstruction of public services, disturbing the peace, and aggravated extortion.

Aggravated extortion is a charge used historically in Peru for organized crime cases, but is increasingly being used in cases of social protest.

Aggravated extortion is a charge used historically in Peru for organized crime cases, but is increasingly being used in cases of social protest. In an interview with the authors Rodrigo Lauracio, lawyer at local human rights organisation DHUMA in Puno, explained that "the public prosecutor's theory is that the Aymarazo social protest was a criminal organization to extort the State. As if it were a criminal organization set up to extort a businessman."

After various hearings, of the 100 people investigated  ten would go on to face trial. Nine of the defendants were acquitted in July last year due to  ‘insufficient evidence’. However Walter Aduviri, one of the main spokespersons of the Aymara communities during the mobilisations,  was sentenced to seven years in prison and a fine of two million soles (approximately $600,000).

The sentence was ratified by the courts in December 2017 and an arrest warrant was issued for Aduviri.  He has been in hiding since then, maintaining that prosecutors never showed sufficient evidence against him, and that he is facing political persecution. His case has been in the headlines at regional and national level, as well as being presented in international fora.

Turning Point

Importantly, when the judges convicted Aduviri something peculiar happened in the regional courts in Puno that could mark a major turning point in terms of how legal processes are being used to criminalise and repress social mobilisations in Peru.

Although the crime for which Walter Aduviri was convicted was disturbing the peace, at the last minute the judges changed his alleged degree of participation in that crime. The public prosecutor in the case was bringing charges based on a degree of participation known in Peruvian law as 'non-executive co-perpetration’.

But when the judges acquitted the other nine defendants, they honed in on Walter Aduviri as the only guilty party, and now convicted him on the basis of a new interpretation of his role/participation: that of indirect perpetration.

To get a sense of the seriousness of that change, one observation is enough. Indirect perpetration had previously been used in Peru mainly in cases of crimes against humanity and terrorism.

Although the two theories sound complex, understanding them and their increasing use in cases of social and mining conflicts in Peru is both urgent and important.

According to Pablo Abdo, a human rights lawyer from the Institute for the Study of Andean Cultures (IDECA) in Puno, the increasing use of non-executive co-perpetration in cases of social protest itself represents a dangerous legal trend.  It implies that one person instigates a crime and another person actually carries it out, but both people agree to commit the crime. In summary "you and I agree to commit a crime, but I give you the orders and you will carry them out."

Abdo explained that this happens when the specific people responsible for an offence can’t be found or their involvement can’t be proven, instead the leaders and spokespeople of the communities involved are identified and charged.

The use of these two legal theories represents a significant legal and political shift in Peru as it allows social organizations to be equated with criminal organizations and their leaders to be equated with criminal instigators.

Even more worrying is the use of the indirect perpetrator charge faced by Aduviri. Here there is no agreement between the two (or more) parties to commit a crime, but rather, in the words of Abdo, “one of them is manipulating  the other to commit the crime against their will……I want to commit a crime and I want to use you to do it. So I'll trick you or force you to do it. ...That is the theory that the judge is now using. It’s like saying that Walter Aduviri forced and cheated the Aymaras, his own people, to commit the alleged crimes."

For DHUMA lawyer Rodrigo Lauracio, the reasoning used by the judges doesn't make sense in the context of these events. He points out that "the Aymara indigenous communities are never overseen by a single leader. This was shown in the anthropological studies carried out in the case. It’s the other way around..the Aymara people choose their representatives or spokespersons to give voice to the issues that the community is facing.”

Precedent

The use of these two legal theories represents a significant legal and political shift in Peru as it allows social organizations to be equated with criminal organizations and their leaders to be equated with criminal instigators. It also allows for the conviction of community spokespersons and leaders based on them just being leaders of their communities, without having proven their direct involvement in the alleged crimes committed.

According to Abdo, "if these sentences stand, this [Aduviri’s] sentence in particular, it will allow for the criminalisation and conviction of other leaders and human rights defenders. That's the problem ... if you take the arguments used in the Aymarazo to convict Walter Aduviri, you can use that same argument in other cases that have already been acquitted to seek a conviction."

To date the legal theory of indirect perpetration has been used above all in major cases of serious human rights violations and crimes against humanity.  

Former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori was sentenced in 2009 to 25 years in prison for crimes against humanity using this legal theory and Abimael Guzmán, Shining Path (Sendero Luminoso) leader was sentenced in 2006 to life imprisonment for terrorism against the State based on the same theory. Now in Peru in 2018, it is being used against spokespersons and leaders of indigenous and peasant communities in social protests.

Source: DHUMA. All Rights Reserved.

Indigenous Identity and Rights

A second precedent on the line in the case relates specifically to whether or not Walter Aduviri is subject to indigenous rights. These rights, relating to cultural identity, territorial autonomy and the right to be informed and consulted about development projects (particularly ILO Convention 169) are recognised both in the Peruvian legal system and Constitution as well as in international treaties to which Peru is a signatory.

While anthropological expert opinion concluded that all of the accused in the Aymarazo were indeed members of indigenous communities, the judges ruled that Walter Aduviri was not subject to these rights because, among other things, he had attained a university education, and should therefore “be able to adapt his behaviour according to the law”.

The case affects not only Walter Aduviri but all indigenous peoples, because it represents jurisprudence for other court rulings.

According to human rights lawyer, Rodrigo Lauracio, "this represents a violation of international standards in terms of indigenous peoples' rights… it affects not only Walter Aduviri but all indigenous peoples, because it represents jurisprudence for other court rulings".

For Lauracio, the case would undoubtedly have to be brought before internationl fora “if this interpretation and ruling are ratified…it would constitute a rights violation and would mean that the Peruvian state would be subject to the jurisdiction of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights”

Like many other criminalisation cases in Peru and across the region, this one must be understood in the broader context of the multiple forms of discrimination and prejudice faced by indigenous communities.

The Peruvian public prosecutor in another legal case related to the Aymarazo protests spoke of the those involved in the social mobilization in the following way:

“…..who in their role as institutional leaders with command over these irrational, impassioned, unthinking masses, pushed the population to commit….”

Forms of Criminalisation

According to Rodrigo Lauracio, the court cases against the Aymara spokespersons must also be seen as part of a much broader criminalisation trend against the communities resisting mining projects. For him it can be summed up in four steps.

The first is "the design of policy and legislation that modifies our legal system to make way for mining projects and to create new crimes for those participating in social protests...legislative changes are made in Congress or at executive level, to pave the way for extractive industry activity and to restrict the rights of indigenous peoples or peasant communities opposed to mining projects.”

The second consists of "media smear campaigns, via radio, television and online, in which we are labeled as anti-mining terrorists, environmental terrorists, or as being anti-development." Lauracio spoke in particular of how "the aggressions against women [human rights] defenders take on particular characteristics, including sexual references and references to the private lives of the defenders".

Of the 78 human rights defenders killed during the last two governments in Peru, 67% died as a result of the actions of state forces during social protests.

The third stage of criminalisation is "the way in which the state intervenes in the social conflicts themselves, especially by declaring states of emergency...then people are killed, literally murdered, and great physical and psychological damage is inflicted on people...there have even been cases of torture . "

Between 2017 and 2018, in a region known as the mining corridor in southern Peru (Cuzco, Arequipa and Apurimac), there have been states of emergency for 10 consecutive months (unprecedented in times of peace in country) with the consequent suspension of basic rights.  

Add to this the contracts between mining companies and the police to provide security services, and a change to the laws that exempts the police from any responsibility if they kill somebody in the line of duty and it’s no surprise to see that, of the 78 human rights defenders killed during the last two governments in Peru, 67% died as a result of the actions of state forces during social protests.

The fourth and final stage of criminalisation, according to Lauracio, are the criminal investigations like those that followed the Aymarazo. According to the lawyer, these cases bring real economic, social and psychological damage "the process of criminalisation that begins at policy level is materialised in these cases….the legal processes are used to scare community representatives."

According to the Peruvian National Human Rights Coordinating body, 792 human rights defenders have faced judicial processes at the national level, 55% for actions related to the defense of environmental rights and indigenous peoples.  

It really is a very effective strategy to wear people down and to intimidate organized civil society.

Enemies of the State

“In Peru,” says Tomas Medina Mamanchulla, President of the Jatuncachi peasant community in Puno, "there are laws to criminalise popular protest and the government has begun to persecute leaders.

There are many leaders facing legal charges, especially those defending the environment and fundamental [human] rights. It is like a law for the enemy, the Peruvian state itself considers us as its enemies, as if we weren’t part of the state.”

For Aymara community leader Yolanda Quesisto, the current criminalisation reflects historical patterns:  "From the moment that the Spaniards arrived, they saw us as inferior to them and I think [those with power] still believe that. [The government and mining companies] are doing the same thing that they did with our great leaders Tupac Katari, Bartolina Sisa, Miguel Bastidas ... and Tupac Amaru, he was drawn and quartered for fighting against oppression. They’re doing the same thing now. They’re shutting us up with their laws.”

Mamanchulla warns,"If Walter Aduviri is convicted, many leaders working in defense of natural resources will be prosecuted. That cannot be."

The Real Criminals?

The case of Walter Aduviri itself has been somewhat controversial because of his electoral aspirations.  Aduviri is a candidate in the Puno regional elections in October of this year. The judges in Lima, the electoral authorities and the Puno voters will decide his fate. But what cannot be denied is that his case is symbolic of the widespread criminalisation of social protest in Peru, especially of peasant and indigenous communities. And it’s not going to get better any time soon.

According to the Peruvian Mining Conflict Observatory report in 2017, 14.7% of the Peruvian national territory is under mining concessions. In the Puno region alone, in 2011 approximately 96,437Km2 of the territory was under mining concessions. While in the province of Chucuito where the Santa Ana mining project - which set off the Aymarazo conflict - is located, the number of mining concessions increased dramatically in a decade: from zero concessions in the year 2000 to 59 in the year 2011.

Indigenous and peasant communities are disproportionately affected by this rapid expansion because they depend directly on the land and the water (the first thing to be contaminated) for their livelihoods. Add to this the marginalization and persistent discrimination they face, and it is not surprising that communities resort to social protest.

Meanwhile, several transnational corporations, including Bear Creek (that also has a second mining project in the region known as Corani), remain active in Puno, waiting for the political winds to change to try to push forward their projects, all the while benefiting from the criminalisation of affected communities.

In this context, the words of Yolanda Quesisto referring to the criminalisation of the Aymara people resonate with even more strength. "Is it a crime to defend natural resources? Is it a crime to defend the environment? Do they not depend on water too? Is it a crime to defend the water? "

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I hadn't realized how much has been written about "The Canyon" until finding these posts. My family moved to Sleepy Hollow from East Los Angeles in 1963 and I lived there until 1974 after graduating from Chino High in 1970. During those years, The Canyon had more rattlesnakes, tarantulas, roadrunners and scorpions than people. It was so quiet and isolated that often the only sound you'd hear would be high flying airplanes and the distant sound of their radial engines. Even then, Chino Airport was known for the vintage aircraft housed there. Remember he old TV series 12 O'clock High? No not the lunchtime doobie fests of Sleepy Hollow's hippie population, but the show about British and American WWII bomber crews flying from the English countryside to bomb Germany. Chino stood in for a British airfield and we were often treated to the sight of B-17 bombers taking off from the Chino Airport for a day of filming the aerial scenes. In the cool of the morning, watching those huge 4-engined bombers take off and make their turns over the corn fields, you would have really believed we were in England and not going to school in a beat up old school bus in a dusty town known for its dairies and farm fields, not to mention more prisions than any similar sized U.S. town deserved to have. Even though I was constantly bullied by the local kids, life in The Canyon was certainly idyllic. My big brother, John and I would head out most mornings in the summer and on school weekends and hit the fire roads, just to see what was on the other side of each and every hill we came across on our dusty back-road treks. We'd run across cowboys and cattle, watch the goofy roadrunners zipping down the fire road like they were lit on fire and seeing what kinds of neat things were housed in the Aerojet General sheds and bunkers down at Soquel Canyon. We'd climb the rickety wooden derricks and just sway in the wind listening to the thing creak ominiously below us. Then we'd check out the old F-86 fighter jet carcasses they had mothballed there. My little brother, David had, I swear, the family Aztec genes running strong in him. He'd run for miles on those dirt roads, often eschewing sandals. Sadly, he died in a traffic accident on Carbon Canyon Road in 1977 at age 21 and it devastated our family because he was our favorite and I still miss him all these years later. He was a biology major with an emphasis on botany at Cal State Fullerton at the time and hoped one day marijuana would be legalized so he could grow wonderful cannibis strains. We buried his ashes in the hill above our house among his little marijuana crop. He would be happy to see how the climate has changed regarding cannibis legalization today. John and I were always getting into trouble, blowing up things, making carbide cannons out of old milk cans from the dairy and almost burning down the house a couple of times. After we rattled the windows of the neighborhood by exploding a jumbo milk can one morning, Mama made us spend the summer at Orange County General Hospital as "Volunteens" where she was a surgical floor nurse. There, she kept a close eye on us and we volunteered from 3-11 p.m. going to and from work with her. I learned how to drive and operate a stick shift chauffering Mama to the hospital in that Volkswagen on our commute. It was a good gig with John talking up the sweet "Teen Angels" in their candy striped dresses and me spending all my free time outside the ER watching the ambulances come in. Working as volunteers really effected us in a positive way. John ended up becomming a pharmacist and I went on to become an ambulance EMT, dispatcher for Fullerton Fire Department and a firefighter later in life as well. I remember one afternoon I received a call about a wildland fire in the canyon and, being the mutual aid coordinator, I dispatched crews from Fullerton, Brea and Buena Park to Sleepy Hollow. I got out my aerial photo maps and suddenly realized I didn't need them, I knew those hills so well. We got an urban strike team into Sleepy Hollow to protect against structure fires while hand crews and aerial tankers hit the fire and beat it down. From the basement dispatch office at the headquarters of Fullerton Fire Department I was able to protect my beloved Sleepy Hollow and it felt good to help. I wonder whatever became of the others who called Sleepy Hollow home in those days, The Van Slootens who moved there from the Netherlands, the Norris family up the hill, the Rogers down the hill, The Stearns family-Vic, Vance and Vern, April Scovill who I had a crush on in high school even though she hated my guts, Rodney Clarida who knocked me unconcious after school one day, Jodi and Nancy Allen, Walt and Hazel Zeck and Laura Schaffer who resided on her family's turkey ranch on the outskirts of Chino at the other end of The Canyon. The good, bad and ugly all living in this sylvan setting with all the charm of the old west still alive and well. During the wild west days, Sleepy Hollow was a stop on the Butterfield Stagecoach Line. It hauled passengers who opted for the southern route, bypassing the Oregon Trail during the western migration. And there were old telegraph poles up in those hills. For years I collected glass and ceramic telegraph wire insulators found on our daily back trail journeys. Even though we were living in more modern times, most of us still communicated via "party lines" on the telephone back in the '60s. We even had our version of Washington Irving's headless horseman from the tale, "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow". Joe Norris rode into halloween night, sans head, galloping on his trusty steed. When we heard the galloping hooves, we all turned out to cheer the monster on as he made his rounds on horseback. Our little green house stood on Hay Drive and its curved walls always made it look more like an old steam tug a long way from the beach. It was haunted, too. Most of the ghosts who appeared in our basement bedroom just off the garage looked like they died on Carbon Canyon Road, thank god David was not one of them! One ghostly gentleman wore a faded hunter's plaid coat just like the one the bulldozer operator was wearing when he died on the next lot down the hill from. An old rotted oak tree fell in his lap. He was clearing ground around it and the 'dozer just kept on going. It still bugs me that I had just come home after doing 5 24-hour shifts in a row in an ambulance in Santa Ana and did not realize that the crumpled up hunter's coat on the back deck of the bulldozer was him. In my fogged up, sleep deprived brain I thought the tree fell on his rig and he had doffed the outerwear and went off to call for assistance. I just remember crashing into my mattress and sleeping right through the sounds of sirens and heavy rescue gear. As far as ghosts went, these guys and girls didn't appear to be dangerous, just sad visages of people now gone, but still here. There was a far more malevolent presence in that basement, though. It was a demonic terror that seemed to be fully ensconced downstairs and whenever we walked up the stairs from our subterranian bedroom, it felt like something evil was right behind you on the stairwell. I'd always dash up those stairs, never looking back, with the hairs on my neck and arms standing on end. After having lived with gang warfare, crime and dirty orange smog in Los Angeles, life in Carbon Canyon was heaven to us. I'll always remember the good things associated with life in Sleepy Hollow.
          Column: Hot time in 909 drives him to cool down in OC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The heat was driving me nuts, so I fled to Santa Ana for an overnight stay, where I found food, art and air conditioning. Sleep proved scarcer, as you’ll see in Wednesday’s column. Did you make it through the weekend … Continue reading
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Some driving commutes are worse than others. If a fellow named Charlie Wetzel is to believed, on one of these drives home he encountered something even more annoying than traffic jams and potholes: a hitchhiking monster. From the "Greenville News," November 10, 1958:
Riverside, Calif.--A funny thing happened to Charlie Wetzel on the way home Saturday night.

A monster jumped out at him.

That's what he told authorities who planned to continue an investigation of the incredible story.

Wetzel, 24, a resident of nearby Bloomington, reported soberly that he was driving on a street near Riverside when a frightening creature jumped in front of his car.

"It had a round, scarecrowish head," he said, "like something out of Halloween.

"It wasn't human. It had a longer arm than anything I'd ever seen. When it saw me in the car it reached all the way back to the windshield and began clawing at me.

"It didn't have any ears. The face was all round. The eyes were shining like something fluorescent and it had a protuberant mouth. It was scaley, like leaves."

Wetzel said he became terrified when the creature reached over the hood of his car and began clawing at the windshield. He said he reached for a .22 pistol he had in the car.

"I held that pistol and stomped on the gas," he said. "The thing fell back from the car and it gurgled.

"The noise it made didn't sound human. I think I hit it. I heard something hit the pan under the car."

Sheriff's officers said Wetzel pointed at some thin, sweeping marks he said the creature made on his windshield. They went to the scene of the claimed apparition but said they could find nothing to prove or disprove Wetzel's story.

The scene is at a point where North Main Street dips and crosses the Santa Ana River bed, which is usually almost dry.

Wetzel said he told the story to his wife and she induced him to phone authorities. "I kept saying no one would believe a story like this," he said.

Sheriff's Sgt. E. R. Holmes said he thought perhaps a large vulture might have flopped on the hood of Wetzel's car--"Sometimes cars hit them when they're in the road eating rabbits cars have killed," he said. So he searched the area himself Sunday. "But," said Holmes, "I didn't even find a feather."

In a later story about the alleged encounter, Wetzel grumbled about the press coverage he had received. "They are trying to make me look like a fool," he complained, "and I don't believe I care to say anything more about it. But I did see something, and it wasn't a vulture, either."

So far as I can find, no one else reported seeing Wetzel's monster. However, as a Californian, I can vouch that far worse things can be seen on our roads.
          Updated Scoping Meets for Artesia to DTLA light rail project begin July 24      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Metro’s project to build a light rail line between Artesia and downtown Los Angeles — formally known as the West Santa Ana Branch Transit Corridor — is in the planning [continue reading]
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          One arrested after a multiple car crash in Santa Ana this morning      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A man was arrested after a series of crashes that ended with four people injured and a scuffle with police early Wednesday, July 11., according to the O.C. Register. The crash happened at W. First and N. Fairview streets at about 4 a.m. and involved three vehicles and a bicyclist, according to the SAPD. Apparently […]
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One person hurt in a terrible crash Wednesday morning that injured three others was arrested after being tased by police officers. The crash happened at about 4:30 a.m. at the intersection of First and Fairview streets in Santa Ana. Police say it started with the black car being involved in a hit-and- run earlier, and being chased by a second car. The two vehicles then ran a red light and hit a third car and a bicyclist. The crash left the white sedan with just half its engine compartment, and the crumpled bicycle nearby, resting in the bushes of a gas station. The black Nissan Cube was left in lanes with a sharp dent in one side, while another vehicle was sent into a nearby tire shop. The driver of the Nissan Cube allegedly abandoned his car and fled the scene by running into a nearby ice cream business, where he apparently tried to blame an employee for the crash. Officers eventually took the driver into custody with the use of a Taser, Bertagna said. He was eventually arrested on suspicion of DUI and hit-and-run. The four people who were injured were described as "trauma patients" and taken to hospitals, according to the Orange County Fire Authority. They are all in critical but stable condition. {{file|t=ai7IW_1531333968}}
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          Suspect Arrested After He Takes Innocent Man From Ice Cream Company to Police After Santa Ana Injury Crashes: Authorities      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A suspect took an innocent man from a nearby ice cream company to police claiming he was the culprit in a string of injury crashes but officers denied the assertions and later tasered and arrested him on Wednesday in Santa Ana, authorities said. David Brighn, 41, of Santa Ana was arrested on suspicion of kidnapping and other crimes, said Santa Ana Police Department Cpl. Anthony Bertagna. The bizarre incident began just before 3 a.m. and ended at First and Fairview Streets […]
          Meet the Far-Right, Trump-Supporting California Prosecutor Suspended for Threatening Maxine Waters      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
"I cannot believe how shallow Democrats are. They must really think people are stupid."

Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters has long been a favorite target of the far right, and in San Bernardino County east of Los Angeles, Deputy District Attorney Michael Selyem has been placed on suspension and paid leave for incendiary attacks on the Southern California congresswoman that are being described as racist and misogynist as well as threatening.

Officially announcing the prosecutor’s suspension on Monday, San Bernardino County District Attorney Mike Ramos stressed that his office does not “condone hate, discrimination or incitement of violence.”

The 50-year-old Selyem’s attacks on Waters occurred on his Facebook page, where he posted, “Being a loud-mouthed cunt in the ghetto you would think someone would have shot this bitch by now.” The prosecutor’s Facebook page has since been deleted, although the San Bernardino Sun published screenshots of his tirades against her.

An ardent supporter of President Donald Trump, Selyem lambasted Waters in response to her criticisms of Trump’s immigration policies. But his racism doesn’t end with Waters. Selyem has been with the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office for 12 years and has been the lead prosecutor in a unit combating street gangs—and one of his posts discussing predominantly Latino gangs depicted a man in a giant sombrero with the words “Mexican word of the day: hide.”

Zeke Hernandez, president of the Santa Ana League of United Latin American Citizens No. 147, has asserted that suspending Selyem is not enough—the San Bernardino County’s District Attorney’s Office needs to fire him permanently.

Hernandez told the San Bernardino Sun, “It is disgusting that a public official sworn to protect the public would have these ugly viewpoints.”

Democratic Rep. Pete Aguilar is also calling for Selyem to be fired. On Twitter, Aguilar—who represents San Bernardino County in the U.S. House of Representatives and is seeking relection in November—posted, “We cannot allow racism and bigotry to have a place in our society, especially not in our government. The comments made by Deputy District Attorney Michael Selyem are unacceptable, and he should be fired immediately.”

Selyem’s attacks on Waters came at a time when the congresswoman has been the target of death threats because of her vehement criticism of Trump’s immigration policies. One of them came from a 44-year-old Trump supporter who—according to Waters’ Washington, DC office—was arrested after leaving a voicemail that called her the n-word and said, “If you continue to make threats toward the president, you’re going to wind up dead, Maxine, ’cause we’ll kill you.” Waters’ office notified the FBI after hearing the voicemail. 

Waters never threatened Trump or encouraged violence against the president, although she has urged critics of his immigration policies to be as outspoken as possible.

Other targets of Selyem’s venom, according to the San Bernardino Sun, have included two former first ladies: Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama. Selyem posted a doctored picture of Obama saying, “Trump grabbed my penis.” And in another post, Selyem mentioned Clinton while explaining why he believed that white immigrants were preferable to non-white ones.

“I am all for white males immigrating here legally and starting a business,” Selyem posted. “It is the terrorist assholes sneaking in here wanting to kill me an (sic) my family that I am opposed to. I cannot believe how shallow Democrats are. They must really think people are stupid. I guess that is evident because they actually thought Hilary (sic) Clinton could win a presidential election… TWICE!!! LMFAO!!!”

After seeing some of Selyem’s posts, Pedro Cala—an accountant in Southern California—forwarded screenshots of them to public officials and the Southern California News Group. Cala has been outspoken in his assertions that someone with those views doesn’t belong in the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office.

Cala, quoted in the San Bernardino Sun, said of Selyem, “He literally holds the lives of citizens in his hands, and it’s just not right. I am disgusted by his spouting of racist, xenophobic and sexist posts. A person that harbors these types of views and feels such courage to espouse them with impunity does not belong in the district attorney’s office administering prejudiced and jaundiced jurisprudence.”

 


          Tres heridos en fuego “sospechoso” en apartamento de Santa Ana      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          One arrested after a multiple car crash in Santa Ana this morning      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A man was arrested after a series of crashes that ended with four people injured and a scuffle with police early Wednesday, July 11., according to the O.C. Register. The crash happened at W. First and N. Fairview streets at about 4 a.m. and involved three vehicles and a bicyclist, according to the SAPD. Apparently […]
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Police say the violent crash was preceded by the black car being involved in a hit-and- run earlier, and being chased by the white sedan. The two vehicles then ran a red light and hit a third car and a bicyclist.
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