An immigration judge has ruled that a California woman suspected of human smuggling is not dangerous and not a flight risk and therefore can be released from jail while her case is processed. The woman judge allowed her to skip posting bond.
The white mayor of her town wrote the judge a letter on her behalf, which shows that he deserves to be labeled an un-American race traitor.
A National City woman whose arrest by Border Patrol in front of her three daughters became a viral video was released from custody Tuesday night by an immigration judge while her case is processed.
Border Patrol agents, including two in plainclothes, arrested Perla Morales-Luna on a Saturday afternoon in early March as she walked with her daughters in front of their apartment complex. Two videos of the arrest went viral several days later after a teacher of one of the daughters shared them on Facebook.