Arizona Teacher Didn’t Break the Law by Helping Migrants at Mexican Border, Jury Finds

Arizona Teacher Didn’t Break the Law by Helping Migrants at Mexican Border, Jury Finds

Gossip Bucket RSS Feed Ashley Boucher

Humanitarian aid work is not a crime - at least in the case of Arizona geography teacher Scott Warren. Warren was acquitted on Wednesday by a jury in Arizona of two felony charges for "harboring illegal immigrants" after helping two undocumented men from Central America last year, Tucson.com reported. "The government failed in its attempt to criminalize basic human kindness," Warren, a volunteer with the non-profit organization No More Deaths, told reporters outside of the Tucson courthouse after his acquittal, the outlet reported. Warren has been volunteering with the humanitarian . . .

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