From the monthly archives: March 2012

CALEXICO — The California Department of Justice is asking for help in locating the family members of a child found wandering the streets in Mexicali, Mexico.

Michael Anthony Perez Hernandez is a 5-year old Hispanic male, 3’ 6” in height, 40 pounds, with brown hair and black eyes.  The child was found by a Hispanic female adult in May 2011, in the downtown area of Mexicali. The child was dropped off at Social Services in Mexicali (DIF). DIF has been trying to identify and contact the child’s parents.


On March 22, 2012, DIF, through the San Diego, Children Welfare Services asked the Foreign Prosecutions and Law Enforcement Unit (FPLEU) within the Justice Department to assist in locating the child’s family.  Authorities believe the child is from the Imperial Valley/Calexico area, since he has described local landmarks. The child identified his parents as Jorge Perez and Evelyn Hernandez, grandparents as Angela and Juan, and claimed to have 4 siblings. Michael only speaks Spanish.


The child is not currently listed in the California Missing and Unidentified Persons System.


If anyone has information regarding Michael Anthony Perez Hernandez or his family members, please contact FPLEU Special Agents Guillermo Auyon and San Diego County Child Welfare Specialist Francisco Llerandi or at (858) 514-6911.


The FPLEU assists state and local law enforcement agencies in the location and prosecution of suspects who are Mexican nationals accused of committing violent crimes in California and flee to Mexico to avoid arrest and prosecution in California. Additionally, the Department of Justice is the point of contact in cases arising under the Hague Convention on the civil Aspects of International Child Abduction. The Child Abduction Unit has designated the FPLEU as the law enforcement point of contact for all Hague cases. In this capacity, FPLEU is also responsible for handling all child recoveries and returns.


The child’s photo is also attached to the online version of this release at



SAN DIEGO – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will begin work Monday on a $15 million project to repave a 10-mile section of highway on Interstate 8 (I-8) from the San Diego-Imperial county line to State Route 98 (SR-98).   Highway lane, ramp and connector closures are scheduled daily, including weekends, between 6 in the morning and 8 in the evening through mid-July.

Work will alternate between the westbound and eastbound directions. Highway construction crews will initially close one westbound lane on I-8 and the connector from westbound SR-98 to westbound I-8.  Eastbound work will close one eastbound lane on I-8 and the connector from eastbound I-8 to eastbound SR-98.  

Detours will be provided during connector closures and shuttle service will transport bicyclists and their equipment when the shoulders are closed on I-8.

No significant traffic delays are expected during construction.

For information about this and other closures, follow SDCaltrans on Twitter at


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Powered by article titled “Congressman Bobby Rush escorted off House floor for wearing hoodie” was written by Ewen MacAskill in Washington, for on Wednesday 28th March 2012 18.41 UTC

Democratic Congressman Bobby Rush was escorted from the House Wednesday after being reprimanded for wearing a hoodie to protest against the shooting of Trayvon Martin.

Rush, a former member of the militant group the Black Panthers, came into the chamber wearing a suit, with a hoodie underneath.

As Rush began to speak, he took off his jacket to reveal the hoodie, which has become a symbol of solidarity with Martin. Pulling up the hood, he said: “Racial profiling has to stop. Just because someone wears a hoodie does not make them a hoodlum.”

As he continued speaking, he took off his normal glasses and replaced them with sunglasses. He was interrupted by the acting Speaker, Gregg Harper, from Mississippi, who said: “The member will suspend.” He added that Rush was in breach of a House regulations on decorum.

Rush, who represents Illinois, continued, quoting from the Bible. Harper, speaking over him, repeated: “The gentleman will suspend.” Looking exasperated, Harper finally said: “The member is no longer recognised.” He then asked the serjeant-at-arms to enforce the prohibition.

After he had left, Harper reiterated that Rush was in breach of the rule on decorum, which meant no hats. “The donning of a hood is not consistent with this rule,” he said.

The Martin case has become one of the most heated race-related issues of recent years. Martin was fatally shot in Sanford, Florida, last month. He had been wearing a hoodie at the time. George Zimmerman, a member of a neighbourhood watch patrol, had called the police to say he had seen someone in a hoodie who looked suspicious. Zimmerman has not been charged.

Martin’s parents were in Congress Tuesday for a hearing of the House judiciary committee on racial profiling.

In an interview with the Washington Post, they praised Rush’s actions. The father, Tracy Martin, said: “I would like to commend Congressman Rush for pleading our case. My question would be why wasn’t Congressman Rush allowed to address racial profiling. This is something that needs to be talked about … This is a country of freedom of speech.”

Trayvon’s mother, Sybrina Fulton, said: “It just shows a lot of people are passionate about his movement of Trayvon Martin.” She added that it also demonstrated that some people just did not get it.

The two met Rush on Tuesday. They told the Post they believed he had been killed because of racial profiling.

Rush co-founded in 1968 the Illinois chapter of the Black Panthers, a group which rejected Martin Luther King’s non-violent approach to civil rights in favour of violence. He was imprisoned for six months in 1972 on a gun charge.

A born-again Christian, he left the Panthers in 1974 and has represented Illinois in Congress since 1993. As a political veteran going back to the 1960s and respected by many African-Americans in Chicago for his role in the Black Panthers, he was contemptous when faced with a challenge for his seat in 2000 by the then little-known Barack Obama.

Rush treated him as upstart who knew little of life in Chicago’s poor, African-American neighbourhoods. Obama countered that Rush belonged to the past and there was a need to work with whites to get things done. Rush crushed him in the primary, one of Obama’s few serious setbacks. © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010

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