Immigrant set to get $190,000 in Sanctuary City Lawsuit (SF Weekly)

From left to right: Dora Cortez and her 8-year-old daughter standing next to immigration attorney Francisco Ugarte and the city's public defender Jeff Adachi. Photo: Joe Rivano Barros / Mission Local.

SF Weekly reports:

A 32-year-old Mission District resident who sued the city for unlawful arrest after authorities violated the Sanctuary City Ordinance is set to receive a $190,000 settlement. Pedro Figueroa-Zarceno, a native of El Salvador, was arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) after the San Francisco Police Department tipped them off about a 10-year-old outstanding warrant for his deportation.  READ MORE

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  1. mike kennedy

    Ridiculous!

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