12/17/13 – Community members speak at Oxnard City Council against police brutality and the attacks on residents’ right to resist

“El martes pasado Todo Poder Al Pueblo se presentó en los Cabildos de la ciudad de Oxnard para exigir la anulación de cargos contra el activista social Chavo Romero, infraccionado por la organización y participación en la marcha para denunciar la brutalidad del departamento de Policia involucrados en la muerte de Robert Ramírez, Mahoney y Alfonso Limón.
NO HAY DEMOCRACIA VERDADERA,SI SE OBLIGA A UN PUEBLO A CALLAR!!” – Centro de Medios Libres México

Chuy Rocha (Ventura College Professor) on the Oxnard attacks vs. police brutality protesters 

Chuy Rocha (Ventura College professor, El Centrito co-founder) on the attacks vs. residents’ free speech and civil rights for participating in an Oct. 13, 2013 March for Justice commemorating the 1-year anniversary of the killing of Alfonso Limon

Jim Yarborough (Todo Poder al Pueblo Collective) 

Jim Yarborough (Todo Poder al Pueblo Collective) on the attacks vs. residents’ free speech and civil rights for participating in an Oct. 13, 2013 March for Justice commemorating the 1-year anniversary of the killing of Alfonso Limon

Oxnard Children’s Librarian at City Council discussing Lack of Transparency, Repression 

Oxnard Children’s Librarian speaks out on her own experience working for the city, its lack of transparency, and the connection to the attacks on residents’ free speech in the form of five “jaywalking” citations vs. community organizer Francisco “Chavo” Romero

Teresa Ramirez Speaks About the Killing of Her Son, Robert Ramirez, by Oxnard Police Department

 

Teresa Ramirez speaks out against the Oxnard City Council on the killing of her son Robert Ramirez and the attacks on the rights of protesters by filing charges vs. community organizer Francisco “Chavo” Romero

Elliott Gabriel (Todo Poder al Pueblo Collective) on Police Brutality, Office of Independent Review 

Elliott Gabriel (Todo Poder al Pueblo) speaks out on the attempts by the City of Oxnard to dodge responsibility in the brutalization and killing of youth by the Oxnard PD, the police hiring a phony “Office of Independent Review” (OIR), and the attacks on the democratic rights of residents and families fighting for justice vs. police brutality.

Francisco “Chavo” Romero on Oxnard police brutality, hypocrisy, repression 

Francisco “Chavo” Romero (Union del Barrio, Todo Poder al Pueblo Collective) on the attacks vs. residents’ free speech and civil rights which came in the form of five citations issued against him for participating in an Oct. 13, 2013 March for Justice commemorating the 1-year anniversary of the killing of Alfonso Limon.

Elsa Serrano (Oxnard Unidos por Mexico) on Oxnard hypocrisy, police brutality, repression

Elsa Serrano (Oxnard Unidos por Mexico) passionately exposes the attacks on the free speech of residents and families protesting police brutality and the double standards of the U.S. government which fights for “democracy” overseas while attacking the rights of oppressed communities.

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