DETROIT — Portions of shackled men's faces could be seen through security bars on the windows of a white bus outside the U.S. Detention and Deportation Center in Detroit on Sunday evening.What the reporter didn't tell you was the violent attacks on ICE and FPS officers while the illegal alien criminals were being removed by bus:
They shouted in English and foreign languages back and forth to loved ones and friends lining the black metal fence yards away...
Some in the crowd of nearly 100 that had amassed out of protest and concern wept along the fence. Others reacted with anger.
[Immigrants Detained, Bused To Detention Centers In Detroit-Area Sweep, by Gus Burns, Michigan Live, June 11, 2017]
Middle Easterners and Antifa Practice For More Violence Against ICE and Border Patrol
Immigrant rights groups launched the Colorado Rapid Response Network Thursday, a 24-hour hotline to track, verify, document and respond to Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids and what activists describe as aggressive enforcement tactics.While they might claim to be peaceful or to just observe ICE arrests, there is no need for any "rapid response" to an arrest or raid. The only reason for a "rapid response" is to interfere with the arrests, in violation of Federal law, 18 United States Code, Section 111, Assaulting, Resisting, Or Impeding A Federal Officer.
[Immigrant Rights Activists Launch 24-Hour Hotline To Help Colorado Communities During Raids, by Danika Worthington, Denver Post, June 15, 2017]
The Colorado Rapid Response Network is just a front for upcoming violence that even the Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court Tani Cantil-Sakauye is threatening in her effort to block immigration arrests in courthouses.
It will come to blood. It is coming soon. Prepare.