Four Latino immigrants have filed suit against the state of Alabama over their inclusion in an online state database that includes those accused of being in the country unlawfully.

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From the pro-illegal alien Southern Poverty Law Center website:

The Southern Poverty Law Center asked a federal judge today to block a law requiring state officials to compile an online list of immigrants unable to prove they are not “unlawfully present aliens” – a state-sanctioned black list that not only violates federal law but could encourage harassment and violence against the state’s immigrants.

The lawsuit was filed on behalf of four undocumented Latino immigrants in Montgomery County who were arrested for allegedly fishing without a license – a misdemeanor offense. Since the law requires immigrants appearing before an Alabama court to prove they are not “unlawfully present aliens,” they would be placed on the black list.

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