posted on May, 2 2006 @ 07:24 PM
200 law enforcement officers from surrounding communities enter Vista, California after calls for help are received.
VISTA – Law officers from around the county raced into Vista on Monday night to help quell what sheriff's officials called a riot, with crowds
throwing rocks and bottles at deputies. Authorities estimated 800 to 1,200 people swarming the streets after a rally to protest the proposed federal
immigration bill had broken up at Wildwood Park on East Vista Way at Escondido Avenue.
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I'm a touch surprised and disappointed that a story as important as this one has been virtually ignored by the media.
I have yet to see anything about it on TV or the local newspaper.
Additional reports tell of militant Hispanics telling their people to arm themselves for protection from the authorities.
Several thousand Mexican citizens march on the US Embassy in Mexico City and illegals attempt to shut down the US/Mexico border crossing in San
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