No Immigration Charges Filed Against Activist in Traffic StopPublished: Oct 9, 2012 8:00 am By: JULIA PRESTON - NY TIMES
"Federal immigration officials said on Monday that they had decided not to detain a prominent immigrant rights advocate after his arrest in Minnesota last week on a traffic violation because he did not present a risk to public safety.
The immigrants’ advocate, Jose Antonio Vargas, was stopped Friday morning on a highway south of Minneapolis because he was driving with headphones on, his lawyers said.
The Minnesota State Police officers arrested him after a check of his driver’s license revealed that it had been revoked by the authorities in Washington State, said Debra Schneider, a lawyer for Mr. Vargas."
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