Assemblyman Das Williams Casts His Lot With S-COMM, Police-I.C.E. Partnership

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Assemblyman Das Williams (D- 35th District: Santa Barbara, Oxnard, Ventura) has come out in support of Secure Communities (S-COMM) and is opposed to the CA Trust Act (AB1081 – “The Anti-Arizona act”).
7/6/12: “We investigated it and we could not find anyone who had committed an infraction or a misdemeanor that had been deported… I don’t feel like I should be voting for a law to stop California’s participation in Secure Communities…”
Learn more here: http://bit.ly/RxoFXo

This means that Das is happy with allowing police officers to detain non-citizens and process them for DHS/ICE custody and deportation, regardless of whether they have committed criminal offenses or not. Some of our friends and neighbors have been DEPORTED, and their families RUINED, for driving through a police checkpoint or being pulled over in a routine traffic stop lacking identification or a driver’s license from the State of California.

In the past he said he was with our communities. In 2012 he will ask for us to vote to keep him in office!
Let him know that you are AGAINST Police-Migra partnerships in our communities!

Capitol Office:
State Capitol
P.O. Box 942849
Sacramento, CA 94249-0035
Tel: (916) 319-2035
Fax: (916) 319-2135

District Offices:
Santa Barbara County
101 W. Anapamu Street
Suite A
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Tel: (805) 564-1649
Fax: (805) 564-1651

Ventura County
Located in: The Oxnard Transportation Center
201 E. Fourth Street
Suite 209-A
Oxnard, CA 93030
Tel: (805) 483-9808
Fax: (805) 483-8182

End the separation of families — Stop the deportations! Alto S-COMM!
Learn more about the CA Trust Act: http://bit.ly/M8VCr1

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