Un video muy controversial está en la boca de todos, y es que un agente de inmigración detuvo a dos mujeres ciudadanas en un súper mercado por el hecho de que las dos mujeres estaban hablando en español.
El incidente sucedió el miércoles por la mañana mientras Ana Suda y Mimí Hernández se encontraban comprando comida para sus hijos en una gasolinera en Havre.
Mientras las dos ciudadanas compraban algunas cosas para sus hijos, el agente las escucho hablando español y esa fue la razón que les exigió una identificación.
Según Suda, el agente le pregunto con una tono de voz muy demandante que le mostrara su ID y comenzó a preguntarle preguntas como en donde había nacido.
El agente que se identificó como el agente O’Neal, y no permitió que las ciudadanas pagaran por la leche y los blanquillos hasta que mostraran su identificación. Luego el agente, les confirmo en el video que la razón que las detuvo fue por hablar español.
'It’s the fact that it has to do with you guys speaking Spanish in the store ― in a state where it’s predominantly English-speaking,' - O’Neal.
La hija de Suda le pregunto a su madre al ver el video “Mama, ya no podemos hablar Español?” la cual le respondió diciéndole “No. Se orgulllosa,. Eres inteligente. Hablas dos idiomas.”
'My family was asking me, because my family is still in Texas, and they were asking me, how is Montana about this? I said I have never had a problem before. I say Montana is perfect. I love the people here, the people are so nice. It is nicer than other states. I cannot believe this happened,' comento Suda a MTN news.
Qué opinas? Fue una injusticia?
#eazy_info #eazy_info #anasuda #mimihernandez #borderpatrol #havre #agentoneal Controversial video shows a Border Patrol agent quizzing two U.S. citizens about their immigration status outside a convenience store in Montana, simply because he overheard them speaking Spanish as they were checking out. The incident happened in the early hours of Wednesday, after Ana Suda and Mimi Hernandez stepped out to get some eggs and milk for their children at a gas station convenience store in Havre, about 30 miles south of the Canadian border. As they were checking out, the two women were speaking Spanish when they were overheard by a Border Patrol agent, who stopped them and asked for their ID. He asked where I was born, so I looked at him and I said, "Are you serious?" He's, like, "Yes, I'm serious," but, you know, with a very authoritative voice,' Suda told KVIA. Suda said she asked the man, who identified himself as Agent O'Neal, if she could pay for her items first. 'He's, like, "No, give me your I.D,"' she recalled. So she said she would give him her ID, but she wanted to get her phone out of her car so she could record their interaction. The video starts after she has retrieved her phone. 'M'am, the reason I asked you for your I.D. is because I came and saw that you guys were speaking Spanish which is very unheard of up here,' the agent says in the video. 'It’s the fact that it has to do with you guys speaking Spanish in the store ― in a state where it’s predominantly English-speaking.' She added that she was most upset by her seven-year-old daughter's reaction to the video and said she had never encountered anything similar in the state before. 'When she saw the video, she was like, ‘Mom, we can’t speak Spanish anymore?’” Suda told the Post. 'I said "No. You be proud. You are smart. You speak two languages." This is more for her.' 'My family was asking me, because my family is still in Texas, and they were asking me, how is Montana about this? I said I have never had a problem before. I say Montana is perfect. I love the people here, the people are so nice. It is nicer than other states. I can not believe this happened,' Suda told MTN news.