Dallas-Fort Worth City Plans Heavy Police Presence to Discourage Border Protests

Tuesday, July 8, 2014
By Paul Martin

July 7, 2014

Judge promises to arrest protesters engaging in civil disobedience

Government officials told a CBS affiliate they will not tolerate civil disobedience at a school in Grand Prairie when illegal immigrants arrive there later this month.

Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins went door-to-door in the neighborhood surrounding the Lamar Alternative Education Center and told residents police plan an extensive presence to discourage protests.

Residents told CBS 11 News they are disturbed by the prospect of protests like the one at the Murrieta Border Patrol station in California.

“I live right here so I don’t want to look out the back window and see people protesting everyday,” said Nathan Smith, who lives adjacent to the school.

Jenkins reassured residents the city will not tolerate a similar situation to the one in California where demonstrators blocked Homeland Security buses and demanded the federal government secure the border.

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