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Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Anti-illegal-immigrant leader goes to Washington

Marietta anti-illegal-immigrant activist D.A. King has taken his spiel to the top.


According to the Washington Post, King coordinated a rally on Sunday that brought 400 people to protest illegal immigration on the eve of another congressional attempt to try to hammer out immigration reform. The event took place at a park directly across from the White House. King told the crowd, "Anyone with a different agenda against skin color or national origin, you are not welcome ... and you will not be tolerated."

King made headlines in 2005 when he paid homeless individuals $10 to hold anti-illegal-immigration posters and signs outside the Georgia Capitol. Since then, King has hooked up with Roger Hedgecock, a radio talk-show host from San Diego and frequent guest on Rush Limbaugh's show, to organize national protests such as the one that occurred earlier this week.

To read more about King, check out former CL editor Doug Monroe's story.

Photo by Doug Monroe

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