Filed under: Action, Communique, Immigration, Incarceration, Southwest, Technology
The following communique was anonymously published on 325 and is republished below.
The communique reads:
For autonomous, decentralized May Day, we torched an Amazon van in Los Angeles County.
We could not sit idly by and watch the spread of COVID-19 turn ICE detention centers into full blown death camps.
Amazon provides the cloud servers that hosts the Investigative Case Management system, the database utilized by ICE and other Federal agencies to compile public and private data to track and deport immigrants. Amazon plays a role in every raid; every family separation; and every death at the hands of ICE. It was the goal of this action to raise the stakes for companies like Amazon that provide critical border enforcement infrastructure.
In solidarity with with migrants currently on hunger strike in ICE facilities throughout the country. In solidarity with warehouse and grocery workers engaging in wildcat strikes on May Day.
Against the imposition of borders and the proliferation of the surveillance state.