Charges Dropped Against 3 Arizona Students Who Protested Border Patrol

HeadlineApr 23, 2019

Authorities at the University of Arizona in Tucson have dropped misdemeanor charges against three students who held a nonviolent protest against Border Patrol agents speaking on their campus. During the March 19 protest, the students called border agents “Murder Patrol” and an “extension of the KKK.” Later in the broadcast, we’ll go to Tucson to speak with Mariel Bustamante, one of the so-called Arizona Three.

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