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New York Times: “Houston Prosecutor Fired for Asking Assault Victim’s Immigration Status”

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Houston’s police chief, Art Acevedo, said his department was interested in justice, not someone’s legal status.Credit…Elizabeth Conley/Houston Chronicle, via Associated Press

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Prosecutor Fired for Asking Immigration Status of Sexual Assault

New York Times
By Richard Oppel

“It is wrong to ask about a victim’s immigration status; it is against our policy, and it won’t be tolerated,” Kim Ogg, the Harris County district attorney, said in a statement. “We treat everyone equally under the law, no matter how they came to be here.”

“An attempted sexual assault is a sexual assault, and the assistant district attorney who failed to file charges for this crime shouldn’t be reassigned, he should be fired because he is a racist and menace to the Hispanic community,” said Domingo Garcia, the national president of the Latin American group.

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