Murrieta Mayor to Hold News Conference on Illegal Immigrants Transfer

The news conference will be held at City Hall.

Murrieta Mayor Alan Long. (Patch Archive)
Murrieta Mayor Alan Long. (Patch Archive)
Murrieta Mayor Alan Long will hold a press conference Monday to address the issue of the federal government shipping illegal immigrants from Texas to the Murrieta border patrol office.

Some of the illegal immigrants are expected to be released into the community.

If you care to attend the news conference, it will be held at 10 a.m., Murrieta City Hall.
Psychic One July 01, 2014 at 07:12 PM
YES MURRIETA RESIDENTS!! Job well done! Just saw the 4 o'clock news!
jean July 01, 2014 at 09:21 PM
I'm proud of my Murrieta neighbors...however what we did today was just a finger in the dam. This is worse and bigger than we really know. We really need to start bombarding Obama and Brown with emails to stop this ridiculous amnesty project. Stay on top of this Murrieta, and remain focused on securing our border...let the so called "people in charge" know that we will hold their feet to the fire....
Psychic One July 01, 2014 at 10:34 PM
Yes you are right Jean but every little bit helps as you know. :) I encourage those that can get out there to the drop off point in Murrieta to do so. I wish bombarding Obama and Brown would show results but I'm afraid as usual will fall on deaf ears. They don't care what the people have to say. We need to try to stop these buses at their point of destination as best we can. I believe after a few days of having to turning around will cause them to rethink sending them here. If we become a physical nuisance it will get the best results. It's going to take many more numbers showing up, willing to go to jail for the cause but I think the cause is worth the effort. Days of blocking the drop off point hopefully will make difference. I believe they don't want the media attention for now anyway and it can't hurt to try. I'm proud too Jean of those that came out to make a difference today. :)


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