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Quiz time, when we say Tequila Party, what do you think of first?

A. This picture from college

B. This dance from one of the greatest movies ever

C. This bar scene

D. A well-intentioned grass-roots political movement out of Arizona that actually has some great points to make about immigration reform but has a name that makes a mockery of the movement, so much so that the movement won’t even gain any traction at all

If you think that Dee Dee García-Blasé and other Latino leaders in the United States who support the Tequila Party are just making a mockery of real Latino issues, then take a moment and go here. Let them know that political perception is all reality.

GO HERE AND SIGN: CHANGE THE NAME, NOT THE CAUSE. NO AL TEQUILA, SÍ A LA UNIDAD.

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With an official Pima County video now made public, more details about the fatal shooting of US Marine José Guerena from the 60 bullets of a SWAT team are starting to emerging. Below are two videos from The Arizona Daily Star recorded last week depicting the battle of dueling lawyers.

This first video is of attorney Michael Storie, who represents the SWAT officers who were involved in the shooting of Guerena in his own Tucson home.

The second video is of attorney Christopher Scileppi, who is representing Guerena’s family.

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Former US Marine José Guerena, killed in his Tucson home by the SWAT team

Three weeks to the day that the body of US Marine José Guerena was riddled with 60 bullets by the Pima Country Sheriff Department’s SWAT team in Tucson, the department released the following statement:

Officer Involved Shooting - Update

May 26, 2011
The Pima County Sheriff’s Department is making initial case material available 
regarding the May 5, 2011 SWAT warrant service. 
These materials include: the initial case report, interviews transcribed to date, the 911 
call, and the Pima Regional SWAT audio and video. They are available for pick-up at 
the Pima County Sheriff’s Department Records Unit.

The Department is still unavailable to speak on the case until it is fully completed. The 
Sheriff will determine, at a later date, when to address media interview requests. We 
appreciate your cooperation and patience, as this is an ongoing investigation.
Additional information will be made available as the investigation continues.

Deputy Jason S. Ogan 
Public Information Officer
Pima County Sheriff’s Department
(520) 351-3121
Jason.ogan@sheriff.pima.gov
www.pimasheriff.orgu

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