Abandoned Asylum Seekers Find Help in San Diego Migrant Shelter

Colorful United States maps with handwritten notes “Usted Esta Aqui,” “you are here,” line the walls of San Diego’s migrant shelter where rooms full of diapers, clothes and shoes and a dorm with 200 cots has served as a temporary stop for some of the 11,000 asylum-seeking families passing through San Diego the past five months.

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Judge Advances Protesters’ Free Speech Lawsuit Against San Diego Police

An attorney representing the San Diego branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and a handful of protesters arrested while holding vigil for a man shot and killed by a police officer in 2016 said San Diego law enforcement has a pattern of declaring protests unlawful assemblies once they become “inconvenient.”

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San Diego Police Accused of Ignoring Kidnapping Ransom Calls

A woman who was kidnapped and shot in April last year by three gang members filed a lawsuit against the city of San Diego in state court Tuesday, claiming that police dispatchers persuaded her mother to treat the woman’s ransom calls as a “hoax” and led to her gunshot injuries by the three, causing her to become a quadriplegic.

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