Memorial Day weekend 2019, Dametrio Maldonado was travelling down westbound I-40 with his daughter, Ellen, on the way to volunteer at the Acoma Pueblo Annual Seed Run.
Overcrowding, inadequate access to soap, and substandard healthcare in detention facilities create the perfect storm for coronavirus spread.
Elisha Lucero had long suffered from persistent and intense migraine headaches, but it wasn’t until her car wreck she learned the true cause.
The death of Elisha Lucero at the hands of BCSO deputies in 2019 was both tragic and preventable. Lucero, 28, was killed on July 21, 2019 when Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office (BCSO) deputies shot her 21 times.
This week I asked my wife not to go to Costco by herself for our weekly supply run.
“I was in fear for my life.”
Those are the words of our client Dametrio Maldonado, a 57-year-old Native American man from Acoma Pueblo, who, after stopping to help a crashed motorist last May, was brutalized by a New Mexico State Police officer.
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