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Murrieta Protestors Send Busses Of Immigrants Away

Sara Newman |
July 2, 2014 | 11:58 a.m. PDT

Deputy Editor

Hate-fueled, but not violent, the protests got their way (ChadsDaddy/Twitter)
Hate-fueled, but not violent, the protests got their way (ChadsDaddy/Twitter)
On Tuesday over a hundred anti-immigration protestors forced busses carrying 140 immigration detainees from a Murrieta Border Patrol processing station. 

"Go home," chanted the protesters. "We want to be safe."

READ MORE: Southern California To Receive Hundreds Of Undocumented Migrants 

 The hate-fueled protests remained non-violent, but were enough to reroute the busses to  San Ysidro. 

Originally, the plan had been to bus in a new wave of migrants from Texas to Southern California every 72 hours for a number of weeks, processing the migrants and then uniting those deemed refugees with family members throughout the country.  

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