Tea Party and Immigration Control Groups Hold Vigil for Innocent Victims of Violence
A vigil for innocent victims of violence from illegal immigrants will be held
PHOENIX, AZ, November 03, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Who: The Remember 1986 Coalition and The Remembrance Project
What: The National Day of Remembrance Candlelight Vigil for Arizona victims of violent crime
Where: Wesley Bolin Park, 17th Ave. & Adams, Phoenix, AZ
When: Sunday, November 3th, 5:30pm
Visuals: Stolen Lives Quilts, victims families and friends holding candles, bagpipes, bikers wearing patches, bell ringing victim names are called, t-shirts listing victim's names
Contact: Publicity Coordinator Barbra Heller, 602-505-8760, email@example.com
The Remembrance Project (TheRemembranceProject.org) along with concerned citizens and organizations across America will gather to remember America's most forgotten, those killed by illegal aliens. Events are set to take place on Sunday, November 3, 2013 in over 20 states in recognition of the third annual National Remembrance Day for Those Killed by Illegal Aliens.
Americans whose lives have been 'stolen' due to illegal immigration will be remembered. "Every day Americans are being permanently separated from their families through no fault of their own," said Maria Espinoza, founder of The Remembrance Project. "It is time politicians 'represent' Americans or admit they cannot fulfill the job they promised to do and resign," she said.
In Arizona, Sue Krentz, wife of Cochise County Rancher Robert Krentz killed by an illegal alien on March 27, 2010 will attend the ceremony. "It is absolutely disgraceful that the loss of my husband is being diminished by the mainstream media, Robert is no less significant to his family or his community. We can no longer vacillate on the issue of border security, there is too much at stake."
Former Senator Russell Pearce who's son Sean Pearce is on the list of victims that have been maimed or killed by illegal aliens in the State of Arizona said "enough is enough, we intend to hold lawmakers accountable and responsible for enforcing laws already on the books against trespassing lawbreakers." "Attending this ceremony is a way for all of us to honor Arizonan victims who shall never be forgotten, and show support for their friends and family members."
"Criminal alien violence is unnecessary and preventable" said Rusty Childress, Remember 1986 founder. "These types of crimes against Arizonans are a direct result of dangerous selective enforcement practices and porous borders," noting that "illegal immigration is obviously not a victimless crime as some morally bankrupt talking heads would lead you to believe." "What we need is comprehensive immigration enforcement, not another amnesty like Senate bill S744 which would only serve to perpetuate lawlessness into the future...remember 1986" he said.
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