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    Protesters against Arizona's law released from LA jail

    Protesters against Arizona's illegal-immigration law released after four days in L.A. jail

    Four days after they chained themselves together and blocked streets in downtown L.A., more than dozen critics of Arizona's crackdown of illegal immigration were released from custody.

    The protesters face charges of interfering with police work and failure to disperse.

    They blocked several streets around the federal detention center downtown, including Alameda and Commercial streets, causing traffic tie-ups.

    “This detention center symbolizes the incarceration of so many immigrants and the separation of families,â€

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    I wonder why they held them for four days. Did the guilty culprits refuse to pay bail?

    "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing" ** Edmund Burke**

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