Thursday, June 3, 2010

ICE Office smashed up -- Loveland, CO

A communique for us:

"Over the weekend of the 15th of May, an ICE field office in
Loveland, Colorado was attacked. Every window and door was shattered,
totaling around twelve panes in all.



The unmarked facility is one of many such hidden ICE buildings in
the U.S. that attempt to operate in secrecy. One tactic used by ICE to
maintain this secrecy is to take people from their homes in the middle
of the night to be "processed" before taken to privately-owned ICE
prisons.

By operating in secrecy, ICE is able to maintain this particular
sub-station within a shopping and residential district without
revealing the repression used to create and sustain borders.

This action was taken in the climate typified by SB1070 in Arizona
and local anti-immigrant sentiment. However, the ICE office would have
been targeted regardless of legislation.

Resistance and attacks against manifestations of borders, prison
and power will continue as long as families are separated and people
are imprisoned, deported, and harassed.



As others have said--NO DEPORTATIONS!!! NO BORDERS!!


Solidarity means attack."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

How were the secret ICE offices found? The substation locations aren't listed officially, but it would be interesting to know where they are.