URGENT: Urinating Blood In Detention - Cesar Needs Medical Care!
Cesar is currently detained at Broward Transitional Center. He was arrested for passing out flyers in a hotel. Cesar is urinating blood due to kidney/urinary problems while detained and is suffering from stomach bacteria. He must be released immediately so he can be treated!
Cesar is a low-priority case and must be released immediately. He fears going back to Ecuador after almost being killed in the street. Help get Cesar back to his family!
For every day that Cesar is detained, tax-payers spend $166 to keep him at BTC. Holding him there has cost tax-payers thousands of dollars. Why?
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Call ICE Director John Morton (202) 732-3000
Sample Script: “Hi, I am calling to ask that you release Cesar Hidalgo (A# 205-122-664) from Broward Transitional Center. Cesar was arrested for doing nothing more than passing out flyers. He fled Ecuador after almost being assassinated and is terrified of being sent back. Cesar is a low-priority case and should be released immediately"
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To Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security, John Morton; and Secretary of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano:
I am writing to call for the immediate release of Cesar Hidalgo (A# 205-122-664) from Broward Transitional Center and urge you to immediately stop his deportation.
Cesar needs urgent medical care. He is urinating blood due to kidney problems and is suffering from a stomach bacteria. He must be released immediately so he can seek proper treatment.
Cesar was arrested while passing out flyers in a hotel. The hotel security called the police and accused Cesar of trespassing. In court, the judge ruled that it wasn’t a crime to hand out flyers in a hotel but, because Cesar is undocumented, he was sent to Broward Transitional Center. Despite being a low-priority case, Cesar is still detained and faces deportation.
Cesar escaped Ecuador after someone tried to assassinate him. He was walking in the street when someone tried to stab him with a knife to his chest. He was barely able to survive and, fearing for his life, he fled the country and settled in Florida. Cesar came to the United States in 2005. He is currently 52 years old and is the father of a 30 year old and a 25 year old, both of whom are U.S. residents. Cesar fears for his life if he’s sent back to Ecuador and should be released immediately.
For each day Cesar is detained tax-payers are spending $166 for his detention. A judge ruled that Cesar hadn’t committed a crime, but he was still detained just because he’s undocumented. Now tax-payers have spent thousands of dollars keeping Cesar in detention. According to the memo issued by John Morton, Cesar is a low-priority case and should be granted favorable exercise of prosecutorial discretion.
I urge you to release Cesar Hidalgo from Broward Transitional Center and stop his deportation.