Lefebvre Interview – November 14, 2019

Is It Now A Crime To Save Lives? Steve Williamson and Mike Cosentino welcome Sue Lefebvre, author of No More Deaths: Humanitarian Aid Is Never A Crime, Saving Lives Of Migrants, to discuss issues at the border, as well as the trial and retrial of Dr. Scott Warren.

Lefebvre and Warren are both members of the humanitarian group No More Deaths, a group that provides water and food to save the lives of migrants who have crossed the border in the desert near Ajo, Arizona, an area so deadly it has become known as The Devils Highway. Warren’s first trial for harboring, trespassing and conspiring with people in Mexico ended with a hung jury. If he had been convicted, he would have faced 20 years in prison. In his retrial for harboring, he will potentially face a sentence of 10 years for trying to prevent unnecessary deaths.

For more on the subject, please listen to the program and visit the following websites:
Bodies in the Borderlands, and SueLefebvre.com

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