September 20, 2007

Re: Update: The Death of Edimar de Araujo

Carroll Andrew Morse

And the winner of this year's Alinsky award for staying on-message, no matter what facts, common sense and common decency all indicate, is Ali Noorani, the executive director of the Massachusetts Immigrant & Refugee Advocacy Coalition. Mr. Noorani receives this award for his quote appearing in Amanda Milkovits' and Karen Lee Ziner's story in today's Projo, following yesterday's revelation that the death of Edimar de Araujo was caused by a combination of cocaine and anti-anxiety medication...

"At the end of the day, a person died because they were an undocumented immigrant,” he said yesterday.

“How much money, time and emotional drama would have been saved if we had a functioning immigration system?” he said.

How exactly does Mr. Noorani believe that the combination of chemicals in Mr. Araujo's system at the time of his death related to his immigration status?

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The things that I keep coming back to is that, with the combination of drugs in his system there was a fair shot that he would have died REGARDLESS of where he was.

What I continue to be STUNNED by is that the Projo continues to cover the story of a coked-out illegal alien like I'm supposed to feel sorry for the cokehead.

Posted by: Greg at September 20, 2007 12:32 PM

I've responded to this post here

Posted by: kyledeb at September 25, 2007 3:31 PM
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