Two American citizens have reached a settlement in a lawsuit they filed against …


Two American citizens have reached a settlement in a lawsuit they filed against US Customs and Border Protection after an agent asked them for IDs because he heard them speaking Spanish. Ana Suda and Martha “Mimi” Hernandez, who live in the small town of Havre, Montana, say they were detained and questioned for 40 minutes by agent Paul O’Neill in May 2018, while waiting to pay for groceries at a local convenience store. Hernandez and Suda’s lawsuit claims O’Neill violated the Fourth Amendment, which prohibits unreasonable searches, and the women’s rights to equal protection. Tap the link in our bio to learn more about the lawsuit. (📸: Alex Edelman/Getty Images)



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  1. Good!!!! At the end of the day whoever judges or hates another human for speaking multiple languages is deeply jealous. There’s nothing more beautiful than being able to speak other languages.

  2. Trumps America🤦🏻‍♂️
    Glad we were smart enough to vote him out so we can start moving in the right direction, this type of crap will not be tolerated.

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