Here at VDARE.com we have been in business for over 20 years, and for the entire period, we have reported on white Americans who have been arrested, in spite of not having committed any crimes (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012a, 2012b, 2014, 2015; search also under “Janice Barton,” “Brian Swetnam,” and “Jeremiah Munsen”).
One of the problems has been that the ACLU has been less and less supportive of whites’ First Amendment rights, while 1A paragon Nat Hentoff died in 2017, but had not been very supportive of whites’ civil liberties for years.
In recent years, I have repeatedly come across news of American police departments that were hunting for white non-criminals based solely on hatred for their legal beliefs. Well, they got one now.
I have also complained for years of the increasingly PC posture of the Daily Mail, which supports the persecution of Nancy Arechiga.
- Nancy Arechiga was arrested on Saturday by police in San Leandro, California
- Police said Arechiga left notes at five homes on Friday in Oakland suburb
- Notes demanded those born abroad leave 'immediately' so whites can move in
- Woman who left notes was photographed by Ring security camera at one home
- Images of the woman and the letter circulated on social media and went viral
Published: 22:10 EDT, 23 May 2020 | Updated: 04:22 EDT, 24 May 2020
A 52-year-old woman has been arrested for allegedly writing a racist letter ordering residents of a San Francisco Bay Area town to vacate their homes so 'a white person can move in.'
Nancy Arechiga, a resident of San Leandro, is alleged to have left the notes at five different homes in the Heron Bay section of the Oakland suburb on Friday evening.
The letter generated significant attention on social media after it was circulated by one of the residents who received it, Trinny Wynn.
The letter, which was dated May 22, reads: 'We the People of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, inspire domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.[ More ]
Nowhere did the Daily Mail identify any laws that Ms. Arechiga had broken. “Leaving racist letters” at people’s homes, demanding they decamp for their lands of birth is not against the law.
The San Leandro PD announced “San Leandro woman arrested for inappropriate posts towards minorities.”
No law criminalizing “inappropriate posts towards minorities” exists. I wish Ms. Arechiga well, if she should sue the San Leandro PD and city administration for violating her First Amendment rights, for false arrest, malicious prosecution, public humiliation under color of authority, etc.
The San Leandro P.D. opened its official statement with,
“A San Leandro woman was identified and arrested last night after posting insensitive messages towards minorities in a San Leandro community.”
That’s two straight unwitting confessions to the Police Department’s crimes against Ms. Arechiga!
Another unwitting confession follows below: