Kim Propeack of Casa De Maryland Labels Activist’s For SB 1070 Bigots


Here is the full contact list and email auto reply from Kim Propeack.  The reason she is out until June 1st, she is busy fighting bigotry for the Arizona Act.  Feel free to contact those on the list, corresponding to your questions regarding what they represent, example, Finances, contact that person regarding Bond and Tax payer requested dollars.

Staff
Executive Direction
Gustavo Torres – Executive Director
310 Tulip Avenue
Takoma Park, MD 20912
301.270.0419 301.270.0419      
gtorres@casamd.org
 Mr. Torres has been recognized nationally and internationally for his leadership and vision in the immigrant

rights movement in the United States. Originally a union leader from Colombia, Mr. Torres came to the U.S. to avoid

political persecution. He joined CASA’s staff as a community organizer, and has served as CASA’s Executive Director

since 1994. Under his leadership, CASA has grown from an organization with a handful of staff members and a budget

of under $500,000 to a nationally awarded multi-service Latino advocacy and support agency with a staff of over 50

and a budget of nearly $5 million. Mr. Torres was the founding president of the Maryland Latino Coalition for

Justice, a statewide grassroots lobbying organization, and has served as a Board member on the National Capital

Immigration Coalition, the Prince George’s County Executive Transition Committee, Board President of the National

Day Labor Organizing Network, member of the Envision Greater Washington Work Group to develop a strategic visioning

process for the region for the next 25 years, and on numerous task forces and leadership groups addressing issues

of diversity, immigrant rights, and multiculturalism across the Washington metropolitan area. In December 2001 Mr.

Torres received the Ford Foundation’s prestigious “Leadership for a Changing World” award, akin to the MacArthur

Genius Awards presented to 12 grassroots leaders nationwide. In 2002, Mr. Torres was named one of 15 Washingtonians

of the Year by Washingtonian Magazine. Under his direction, CASA has received numerous awards and national

recognition, including: the National Council of La Raza Affiliate of the Year Award in 2004, which recognized one

of over 300 Hispanic-serving organizations for their excellence in serving the Latino community; the Letelier-

Moffitt Domestic Human Rights Award, presented to CASA by the Institute for Policy Studies in 2003; the Annie E.

Casey Foundation “Families Count!” award, presented to CASA in 2005; and the Mexican American Legal Defense Fund

Community Service Award, presented in March 2006.

 

Mauricio López – Executive Assistant
310 Tulip Avenue
Takoma Park, MD 20912
301.270.0419 301.270.0419      
mlopez@casamd.org
 

Mr. Lopez, originally from Perú, comes to CASA with several years of real estate experience, working in the Latino

community. He has a B.A. in Anthropology from the University of Maryland. His responsibilities at CASA include

executive administration, Board development, and staff support to the Executive Director.
Administration
Wilma Linares – Chief of Finances and Administration
310 Tulip Avenue
Takoma Park, MD 20912
301.270.3270 301.270.3270      
wlinares@casamd.org
 

Ms. Linares comes to CASA with more than ten years of experience in budgeting, financial analysis, financial

reporting, project and accounting oversight in an international arena for commercial and non profit organizations,

and more than seven years of consulting experience for small and medium sized private companies in strategic and

operational planning with an emphasis on financial and operational design, projections, implementation and

monitoring. Ms. Linares has held finance and management positions at multiple non-profits overseas, with a focus on

women’s economic development. As CASA’s CFA, Ms. Linares supervises the entire financial and administrative

division of the organization that includes accounting and audit oversight, contract, human resource, IT and site

management.

 

Eliza Leighton – Director of Strategic Initiatives
734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x 215
eleighton@casamd.org
 

José García – Information Technology and Database Manager
310 Tulip Avenue
Takoma Park, MD 20912
240.354.4299 240.354.4299      
jgarcia@casamd.org
Francisco Larra – Human Resources Manager
310 Tulip Avenue
Takoma Park, MD 20912
flarra@casamd.org
 

Born in Andalusia Mr. Larra has lived and worked in different countries including Spain, Guatemala and Dominican

Republic. Mr. Larra’s professional background starts as an educator and psychologist in educational institutions

and universities as well as institutions dealing with issues regarding HIV, low income families and prostitution.

Some of his duties included counseling and psychological therapies in special centers, and working with food and

drug programs in different non-profit organizations. He specialized in Human Resource Management and Psychology

Research, publishing various articles in prestigious scientific magazines. He comes to CASA with several years of

experience in Human Resource Management.

 

Adriana Martinez – ID Production
7978-B New Hampshire Ave.
Hyattsville, MD 20783
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x 1105
amartinez@casamd.org
 

Silvia Navas – Site Manager
2729 University Blvd. W.
Wheaton, MD 20902
301.213.2054 301.213.2054      
snavas@casamd.org
 

Ruby Pardo – Business Manager
310 Tulip Avenue
Takoma Park, MD 20912
301.270.3609 301.270.3609      
rpardo@casamd.org
 

Debra Preusse – Full Charge Bookkeeper
310 Tulip Avenue
Takoma Park, MD 20912
301.270.3609 301.270.3609      
dpreusse@casamd.org
Sandra Restrepo – Maintenance Specialist
743 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       ext. 209
srestrepo@casamd.org
 

Development
Jennifer Freedman – Director of Development
310 Tulip Avenue
Takoma Park, MD 20912
301.270.7471 301.270.7471      
jfreedman@casamd.org
 

Ms. Freedman has served as CASA’s Development Director since January 2004. Under her leadership, CASA’s budget has

grown from $2.6 million to nearly $6 million in 4 years. CASA currently boasts a wide range of funders and

supporters, including over 45 foundations, 250 individuals, over a dozen congregations, and government contracts

from the federal, state, county, and city-level. As Development Director, she is responsible for all fundraising

activities, including oversight of CASA’s “Building for the Future” Campaign. Ms. Freedman is a graduate from

IMPACT Silver Spring Community Empowerment Program, and a graduate of the Non-profit Leadership Institute. She is a

also a member of the Leadership Montgomery class of 2008.

 

Mei Yeh – Grant Writer
310 Tulip Avenue
Takoma Park, MD 20912
301.270.7471 301.270.7471      
myeh@casamd.org 

 

Maria Elva Maldonado – Development Associate
310 Tulip Avenue
Takoma Park, MD 20912
301.270.0142 301.270.0142      
mmaldonado@casamd.org 

Ms. Maldonado has been with CASA since 2000, first as a Board member, then leading CASA’s Housing Program, and

currently managing corporate and individual giving in development. Under her direction, CASA’s Housing Program

conducted the one of the first bilingual housing and neighborhood indicator surveys in partnership with the

University of Maryland, surveying tenants in the apartment complexes in Long Branch. Prior to her work at CASA, Ms.

Maldonado worked with several unions, including utilities, hotel and restaurant workers, building trades, and

farmworkers, as a labor lawyer. She holds a J.D. from Georgetown University Law School.

 

María Clara Samaniego – Development Assistant
310 Tulip Avenue
Takoma Park, MD 20912
301.270.7471 301.270.7471      
msamaniego@casamd.org 

Ms. Samaniego was born and raised in Quito, Ecuador. She comes to CASA with several years of experience in the non

-profit sector working with The Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR) and the Juniata College Center for

Entrepreneurial Leadership (JCEL). Her work experience also includes having worked for the State Modernization

Department in Ecuador where she focused on proposal analysis for a national referendum. Ms. Samaniego graduated

from Juniata College with a B.S. in International Business and Art.

 

Community Organizing and Political Action Department
Kim Propeack – Director of Community Organizing and Political Action
734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x1206
kpropeack@casamd.org
 

Ms. Propeack is the Director of CASA’s Community Organizing and Political Action Department. Since graduating from

law school in 1995, she has represented hundreds of low-wage workers in cases seeking minimum wage, overtime, and

damages for involuntary servitude. In 2004, she created a Friends of New Marylanders campaign which has

successfully defended against anti-immigrant state initiatives, including legislation to place a lawful presence

requirement on driver’s licenses, English-only legislation, and legislation to shut day laborer centers. As

Director of CASA’s Community Organizing and Political Action Department, Ms. Propeack has supervisory

responsibilities for 14 organizers and implementation responsibilities for 12 community associations and several

advocacy campaigns. Ms. Propeack also coordinates press strategy and relations for CASA, resulting in over 400

press coverages per year. Ms. Propeack co-authored and conducted study of discrimination by state entities: Unequal

Justice: Barriers to Justice for Latinos in Maryland. She was the recipient of Humanitarian of the Year Award 2005,

Latin American Task Force of the River Road Unitarian Universalist Church, a recipient of Daily Record Leadership

in Law 2003 award, and named a Washington Post Prince George’s Edition “Person to Watch in 2004”

 

Helen Melton – Advocacy Specialist
734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185      x 1212
hmelton@casamd.org
David Thurston – Anti-Racism Organizer and Educator
Villas at Langley, 8142 15th Avenue, Apt. #3
Hyattsville, MD 20783
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       240.432.8113 240.432.8113      
dthurston@casamd.org 

David Thurston grew up in Washington, D.C. and attended college and graduate school in New York City. His

experience in movements for social justice includes time on the national Coordinating Committee of United Students

Against Sweatshops and serving as antiwar mobilization coordinator for the Hip Hop Caucus. More recently, Mr.

Thurston helped to found the Metro D.C. Interfaith Sanctuary Network, serving as its administrator for more than a

year. He is also a leader in the New Sanctuary Movement nationally, serving as editor of the newsletter Sanctuary.

Locally, Mr. Thurston is involved in several organizations, including the D.C. Alliance for Immigrant Justice and

the Washington Peace Center.

 
Prince George’s County

Delia Aguilar – Organizer
Villas at Langley, 8142 15th Avenue, Apt. #3, Hyattsville, MD 20783
240.351.0323 240.351.0323      
daguilar@casamd.org
Ricardo Mejia – Worker Organizer
Villas at Langley, 8142 15th Avenue, Apt. #3, Hyattsville, MD 20783
Hyattsville, MD 20783 301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x.1633
rmejia@casamd.org
 

Lindsay Morris – Tenant Organizer
8142 15th Avenue, Apt. #3
Hyattsville, MD 20783
301.431.4185 301.431.4185    
 
lmorris@casamd.org
Otoniel Paz – Worker Organizer
Villas at Langley, 8142 15th Avenue, Apt. #3
Hyattsville, MD 20783
301.437.4185 301.437.4185       x. 1631
opaz@casamd.org
 
ontgomery County

Nestor Alvarenga – Lead Organizer
734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x.1228
nalvarenga@casamd.org
Alex Iraheta – Tenant Organizer
734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903

301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x. 1229 airaheta@casamd.org
Eddy Luna – Worker Organizer
734 University Blvd. E
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185      
eluna@casamd.org
 

Mario Menendez – Tenant Organizer
734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185      
mmenendez@casamd.org
Sara Ramirez – Worker Organizer
734 University Blvd. E
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       301.431.4185 301.431.4185      
spellecer@casamd.org
 
Baltimore City, East Coast and West Maryland

Elizabeth Alex – Lead Organizer
2224 East Fayette Street
Baltimore, MD 21231
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x 1303
ealex@casamd.org
 

Ms. Alex holds an MSW in Management and Community Organizing from the University of Maryland School of Social work,

and has managed CASA’s Baltimore office since 2006. She brings over 10 years of experience in cross-cultural

organizing and social justice work to the organization, including experience as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Africa

and Latin America. Ms. Alex also serves on the board of the Latino Providers Network in Baltimore.

 

Elizabeth Torres – Organizer, Baltimore City
2224 East Fayette Street
Baltimore, MD 21231
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x. 1308
btorres@casamd.org 

Ms. Torres was born and raised in Puebla, Mexico, and graduated in 2005 from Brigham Young University with a

Bachelors degree in International Studies. Ms. Torres has 2 years of experience in electoral politics and

constituent services work with the Utah State Legislature. Before coming to CASA in 2007, Ms. Torres completed an

internship at Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research in Washington D.C. Today she organizes day laborers in Baltimore

City to improve their quality of life.
Department of Services

Kerry O’Brien – Director of Services
734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x 1232
kobrien@casamd.org
 

Kerry O’Brien is Senior Manager of the Legal Program. From 1998 to 2005, she was engaged in building and growing

the District of Columbia’s first workers’ rights center. From 1998 to 2000, she was the Crowell & Moring Equal

Justice Works fellow at Bread for the City, where she started an employment practice. In 2000, she co-founded the

D.C. Employment Justice Center with Judy Conti and was co-director until 2005. The EJC is an employment rights

center for low-wage workers which provides legal services, mainly through a weekly Wednesday workers’ rights

clinic, advocates for positive workplace laws and organizes workers to build power. Kerry and Judy were named

Lawyers of the Year by the Metropolitan Washington Employment Lawyers Association and also won fellowships from the

Echoing Green Foundation for social entrepreneurship. She was also a rule of law liaison for the American Bar

Association in Yerevan, Armenia, and a campaign coordinator at the Service Employees International Union. She is a

1998 cum laude graduate of Georgetown University Law Center and a 1992 graduate of the University of Texas at

Austin. She is proficient in Russian and Spanish, and in 2008, completed a course at the Academia Espannol in

Medellin, Colombia. She is licensed to practice law in Maryland and D.C.

 

Sebastian Amar – Staff Attorney
734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x 1257
samar@casamd.org
Alma Archila – Member Services Paralegal
734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x 1248
aarchila@casamd.org
 

Darwin Bonilla – Education Manager
734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x 1245
dbonilla@casamd.org
 

Francisco Cartagena – Member Services Coordinator
734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x 1252
fcartagena@casamd.org
 

Yecenia Castillo – ESOL Program Coordinator
734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x 1247
ycastillo@casamd.org
 

Elizabeth Flores – Members Services Coordinator
734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x 1215
eflores@casamd.org
 

Irene Jallo – Community Access Info & H.P. Specialist
734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x.1217
ijallo@casamd.org
Guy Johnson – Staff Attorney
734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x 1258

 

Evelyn Kelly – Community Access Manager

734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x 1219
ekelly@casamd.org 
Sara Mosenkis – Curriculum Specialist
734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x 1249
smosenkis@casamd.org
Hérman Perez – Comm. Access Inf. & H.P. Specialist
734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x 1216
hperez@casamd.org
 

Abdel Piedramartel – Member Services Coordinator, Baltimore
2224 East Fayette St.
Baltimore, MD 21231
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x.1307
apiedramartel@casamd.org
 

Juan Reyes – Vocational Education Training Coordinator
7978-B New Hampshire Ave.
Hyattsville, MD 20783
301.431.4185 x.1107

 

Brenda Voit – Pine Ridge Community Center Coordinator
8615 Piney Branch Road
Silver Spring, MD 20901
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x. 1601
bvoit@casamd.org
María Elena Rocha-Santos – Community Access Information and Health Promotion Specialist
734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x 1218
mrocha@casamd.org
 

Ms. Rocha was born in Oaxaca, Mexico and came to the United States in 1999. She started in CASA of Maryland as a

volunteer health promoter where she provided education and referral to community members, covering the topics of

HIV/AIDS, cancer prevention, cardiovascular disease and diabetes. As of 2006, Maria Elena became a CASA staff

member as the Night-Information Specialist serving clients through the Bilingual Health Hotline. Mrs. Rocha

provides information and referral to low income, uninsured, community members who need health and human services.

She is also an active member of the Vias de la Salud health promoter group of the Latino Health Initiative of

Montgomery County.

 

Violeta Ruiz – Senior Member Services Coordinator
734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x 1213
vruiz@casamd.org
 

Ms. Ruiz was one of the first CASA staff members, and has been with the organization since 1985 when it was created

in partnership with the Takoma Park Presbyterian Church. Ms. Ruiz has worked in the social services program since

that time, serving thousands of community members every year. She is a native of El Salvador.

 

Anna Anderson – New Americans Initiative Coordinator – VISTA Fellow
734 University Blvd. E
Silver Spring, MD 20902
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x. 1222
aanderson@casamd.org

CASA’s Centers’ staff

Maria Paige – Director of Centers
7978-B New Hampshire Ave.
Hyattsville, MD 20783
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x 1108
mpaige@casamd.org 

Ms. Paige comes to CASA with fourteen consecutive years of non-profit work in direct service, supervisory, and

executive management functions. She has extensive experience in administrative and program management, budget

monitoring, contractual compliance, client-driven service provision, and social and economic justice issues. She

held several positions at Neighbors Consejo before coming to CASA, including Director of Programs, Deputy Executive

Director, and Director of Operations. She is a Certified Addictions Counselor (CAC) and fully bilingual and

bicultural. At CASA, Ms. Paige is responsible for directing CASA’s largest department, including 4 senior managers,

over 30 staff, and 4 locations.

 

Tona Cravioto – Workforce Development Senior Manager
2729 University Blvd. W.
Silver Spring, MD 20902
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x 1309
tcravioto@casamd.org
Fernando Garavito – Shady Grove and Wheaton Center Manager
16642 Crabbs Branch Way
Rockville, MD 20855
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x.1312
fgaravito@casamd.org
 

Geraldine Diaz – Community Liaison
7978-B New Hampshire Ave.
Hyattsville, MD 20783301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x.1103

Sara Guitierrez – Community Liaison
734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x 1241
sgutierrez@casamd.org
 

Frederic Ngongang – Employment Specialist
734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x 1240
fngongang@casamd.org
 

Jacinta Nino – Community Liaison
734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x.1307
jnino@casamd.org
 

Ana Perla – Employment Specialist
2729 University Blvd. W.
Silver Spring, MD 20902
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x 1306
aperla@casamd.org
Germán Reyes – Community Liaison
16642 Crabbs Branch Way
Rockville, MD 20855
301.431.4185 301.431.4185  x. 1310
greyes@casamd.org
 

Maria del Mar Trejo – Employment Specialisit
2224 East Fayette Street
Baltimore, MD 21231
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x.1302
mtrejo@casamd.org 

Ms. Trejo holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and has

significant volunteer experience in Mexico and Baltimore in developing youth leadership. She has been with CASA

since 2006.

 

Andre Vainqueur – Silver Spring and Prince George’s Center Manager

734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
301.431.4185 301.431.4185       x. 1239
avainqueur@casamd.org

From: Kimberley Propeack [mailto:kpropeack@casamd.org]
Sent: Sunday, May 30, 2010 10:08 AM
To: Jeff Werner
Subject: Out of Office: Casa De Marland Assists Illegal Aliens in Breaking the law by assisting them right on their own Property, Labels Americans Bigots

 

I will be out of the office until June 1 taking a stand against anti-immigrant bigotry in Arizona.  Please do not hesitate to contact Helen Melton in my absence to receive appropriate assistance. Helen can be reached at hmelton@casamd.org

 

Estoy fuera de la oficina hasta el 1 de junio tomando accion en contra el odio anti-inmigrante en Arizona.  En mi lugar, se puede comunicar con Helen Melton para recibir la ayuda apropriada.  Por favor comunicarse con Helen a hmelton@casamd.org.

Sent: Sunday, May 30, 2010 10:10 AM
To: ‘hmelton@casamd.org’
Cc: ‘gtorres@casamd.org’; ‘kpropeack@casamd.org’
Subject: Casa De Marland Assists Illegal Aliens in Breaking the law by assisting them right on their own Property, Labels Americans Bigots

 

The Legal Citizens and Legal Immigrants of Maryland find Kim Propeack’s out of office remarks, regarding Bigotry to be dysfunctional and distasteful and hateful.

 

The only bigots and racists and haters and xenophobes I know is Casa De Maryland who blatantly breaks the law by harboring, assisting and abetting illegal aliens and printing out documentation on how to evade the law.   Kim Propeack’s statement about bigotry is absolutely disgraceful and menacing and she is a traitor to the American Flag.  Maryland LEGAL Citizens and LEGAL Immigrants are no longer going to take a back seat to the lawless activities of this group.  Below is an email I received from someone who is upset with your activities and the out of office response from Kim.  Shame shame shame on you.  Not only do you file frivalous lawsuits against a Sheriff doing his job and enforcing Immigration laws already on the books, you verbally attack all groups who do not stand in your corner and call them racists, bigots, and extremist, all because we don’t want your Illegal Alien filth destroying our nation and our properties and committing vicious crimes in our communities.  When you were asked the question regarding Illegal Immigration (Attorney), you were wrong and had the law spoken to you word for word.  Here is Kimmie’s out of office response and this is going to tons of people.  Trust me when I say, you are going to get allot more emails regarding this issue.  You can’t stop everyone from expressing their first amendment rights, especially if they are a legal citizen.  We will continue to protest and rally against Casa until all funding is stopped and day labor centers shutdown that are willfully sending out Illegal Aliens to do the work of the legal citizen and legal immigrant.  As you clearly state on your own website, We will help find you work regardless of your Immigration Status, sounds like breaking of the law to me.  We will also continue to report the business’s that are taking on these law breakers.   Honestly, the more times you cry wolf and attack those who are following the immigration laws on the book, the less credible you are, not saying your Organization in the first place is credible.  Here is the interpretation in Spanish, disclaimer, since I am using a translator, it may be worded differently, or not as I have written it in Spanish, but I will state as a disclaimer since hundreds are receiving this email, I have in no way, shape or form made any threats to anyone whatsoever, I am expressing my first amendment right to free speech. 

 

English to Spanish translationShow romanization

 

Los ciudadanos legales y los inmigrantes legales de Maryland saber Kim Propeack de observaciones de oficina, en relación con intolerancia a ser disfuncionales y desagradable y odiosa.

Los fanáticos solamente y los racistas y xenófobos que odian y lo que sé es el hotel Casa de Maryland, que evidentemente viola la ley por la acogida, la asistencia y la complicidad a extranjeros ilegales y la impresión de documentación sobre la forma de evadir la ley. Kim Propeack declaración sobre la intolerancia es absolutamente vergonzoso y amenazador y ella es un traidor a la bandera americana. Maryland ciudadanos legales y los inmigrantes legales ya no se va a quedar en segundo plano a las actividades fuera de la ley de este grupo. A continuación se muestra un correo electrónico que recibí de alguien que está molesto con sus actividades y del resultado de la respuesta de la oficina de Kim. Shame Shame Shame en usted. No sólo presentar demandas judiciales en contra de un sheriff frivalous haciendo su trabajo y hacer cumplir las leyes de inmigración ya en los libros, usted verbalmente atacar todos los grupos que no se interponga en su esquina y los llaman racistas, intolerantes, extremistas y, todo porque no quiere que su mugre ilegal Alien destruir nuestra nación y nuestras propiedades y cometer crímenes atroces en nuestras comunidades. Cuando se les preguntó la cuestión relativa a la Inmigración Ilegal (Fiscal), que se había equivocado y la ley hablado palabra por palabra. Aquí está fuera Kimmie de respuesta de la oficina y esto va a toneladas de gente. Confía en mí cuando digo, usted va a obtener emails asignar más sobre este tema. Usted no puede dejar de expresar todos sus derechos primera enmienda, sobre todo si es un ciudadano legal. Vamos a seguir la protesta y la manifestación contra la Casa hasta que toda la financiación se detiene y los jornaleros que son centros de apagado intencionalmente el envío de extranjeros ilegales para hacer el trabajo de los ciudadanos legales e inmigrantes legales. Como claramente en su propia página web, nos ayudará a encontrar usted trabaja independientemente de su estado de inmigración, suena como quebrantamiento de la ley para mí. También vamos a seguir informando de la empresa que se están dando en estos violadores de la ley. Sinceramente, cuantas más veces se gritar lobo y atacar a aquellos que están siguiendo las leyes de inmigración en el libro, la menos creíble es usted, sin decir su organización, en primer lugar es creíble. Esta es la interpretación en español, descargo de responsabilidad, ya que estoy utilizando un traductor, puede ser redactadas de forma diferente, o no tal como lo he escrito en español, pero voy a estado como un descargo de responsabilidad ya que cientos recibido este mensaje, tengo en ningún manera, forma o formulario puesto a cualquier amenaza a cualquiera que sea, estoy expresando mi primera enmienda derecho a la libertad de expresión.

 

 

From: Kimberley Propeack

Date: 5/30/2010 7:05:15 AM

To:

Subject: Out of Office:

 

I will be out of the office until June 1 taking a stand against anti-immigrant bigotry in Arizona.  Please do not hesitate to contact Helen Melton in my absence to receive appropriate assistance. Helen can be reached at hmelton@casamd.org

 

Estoy fuera de la oficina hasta el 1 de junio tomando accion en contra el odio anti-inmigrante en Arizona.  En mi lugar, se puede comunicar con Helen Melton para recibir la ayuda apropriada.  Por favor comunicarse con Helen a hmelton@casamd.org.

 

Helen, what is so bigot about wanting the laws of this LANd to be enforced. What is wrong with wanting whats best for our country and our families?  We ARe struggling to stay a nation of wealth and its dwindling because of groups like Casa who don’t give a damn about those people but only worry about their paychecks and Money they can steal from taxpayers and chavez.  Casa de MD is one group who teaches illegal Aliens how to scam and cheat the taxpayers. They show illegal Aliens how to obtain welfare by having many babies. *anchor babies*. Then once anchored they get free sec 8 housing, food Stamps and whatever. Then you allow them to work for cash Jobs with your DAy labor camps. So why is Casa de Maryland good for these people? They aren’t!! They are showing illegal I’mmigrants that they can SCam tax $$ by working for cash WIth fake id’s while obtaining many public benefits. You even entice them to vote. ALL OF THIS CRAP IS AGAINST THE LAW. We see it as aiding and abetting. We are not racists or bigots. Words that mean nothing to us. We know better. We know we only want the SCams, diseases, guns, drugs and war lords to go back to the country they ruined and doing a DAmn good job of ruining my country. A country of immigrants who came here and learned English and raised the American Flag with Honor and Integrity. Who came here and worked hard for their families by having 2 and 3 jobs in a legal way not by fake id’s or scams. The Immigrants of yesteryear were to proud to accept charities other than a bread line when needed.  They followed  the laws of this land By honoring our heritage and making us proud to have them join in with the American WAy of life. They kept their properties and the ARea’s they lived in spotlessly clean. I remember sweeping the whole block when other neighbors.  We used trash cans and washed our windows. Soap and water and a broom were cheap and we took advantage of it. We loved sparkling clean windows. How about teaching your illegal buddies how to live productive lives instead of scamming every bit of wealth this country has left.  How ABout teaching them that we citizen taxpayers do not like raising their children through college. What kind of people do that and what  kind of groups tell them this is the right thing to do? The immigrants of yesteryear only had children they can afford. Not rely on taxpayers to raise their kids. You show them how to grab what they can go work for cash and vote. Keep them under your wing so you’ll continue your pathetic Job that you have. Maybe Casa does other things, but these top the list.

 

Just sign me a democrat with values and honoring the love of God and country and for welcoming Immigrants that follow the rules of our land and one that doesn’t worry about your name calling tactics like Racists bigots and whatever. Do a dictionary search for those  words then apply it to people of your nature. BTW. Who wrote the signs your illegal buddies held up at your rally’s?  They can’t read what You wrote for them. Keep doing your unhealthy job. You will be rewarded or not one day!!

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  1. That’s too much, somebody whould really stop all of this!

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