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From Oxnard to Houston: For Mexicans, Justice Strangled by Police Terror

From Oxnard to Houston: For Mexicans, Justice Strangled by Police Terror

by Colectivo Todo Poder al Pueblo When police commit cold-blooded murder, they’re not treated like criminals — but their victims, like John Hernandez & Robert Ramirez, are criminalized and slandered. John Hernandez of Houston, Texas, will be remembered more for his death than his life. On the floor, with a police officer’s husband on top of […]

Oxnard residents again want to talk about Sanctuary City

Oxnard residents again want to talk about Sanctuary City

By George Miller Last week, there were at least 40 people at the 2-28-17 Oxnard City Council meeting to advocate declaring Oxnard a “sanctuary city.”  This week, far more showed up at the 3-7-17 meeting. We can’t even be sure how many, because two overflow rooms, including a library conference room in the Library and […]

Trump: The doctrine of terror

Trump: The doctrine of terror

. By Colectivo Todo Poder al Pueblo. Since the beginning of his political campaign, Donald Trump aggressively launched threats against almost everybody, and we were aware that once he took office he would follow through with some of his promises. We are not surprised by the decisions taken up to now, as capitalism’s primary objective is […]

Francisco Romero “not guilty” in 5 citations given as retaliation for protest by Colectivo Todo Poder al Pueblo

Francisco Romero “not guilty” in 5 citations given as retaliation for protest by Colectivo Todo Poder al Pueblo

Oxnard fails to commemorate (as required by agreement) bystander slain by police

Oxnard fails to commemorate (as required by agreement) bystander slain by police

by Colectivo Todo Poder al Pueblo, 10-14-15 Editor’s note: This is reproduced in its entirety, because it is newsworthy. The opinions therein are not presented as factual. VC STAR: OXNARD FAILS TO COMMEMORATE BYSTANDER SLAIN BY POLICE OXNARD, Calif. – Oxnard officials failed to recognize an anti-violence day Tuesday as required by a settlement with the […]