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>> Federal immigration agents arresting hundreds of undocumented immigrants in at least four states this week in a five day enforcement surge officials describe as routine.>> No more deportation.>> The operation, which netted 161 people in Southern California, prompting major demonstrations in downtown Los Angeles.>> Shut down ICE.
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>> Their anger comes on the heels of President Donald Trump's executive order barring refugees and immigrants from seven majority-Muslim nations. That order is currently on hold. Though, Trump on Friday said he was considering a new executive order to restore his controversial travel ban. Immigration officials said the operation was planned long before Trump's executive actions were announced.
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Of those arrested in California, officials say only ten did not have criminal records. On the US-Mexico border in San Diego, newly sworn-in Homeland Security Chief, John Kelly, downplayed the arrests>> They're not rounding anyone up. The people that ICE apprehend are people who are illegal and then some.
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>> Though protestors and others denied many of the arrested had records, like Marlene Mosqueda's father, Manuel.>> They took my parents away. They took my family away.>> Let them out!>> Protesters say they're concerned that the arrests could signal the beginning of a more aggressive enforcement under the new administration.
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>> No justice, no peace. No justice.