In Scott Warren’s No More Deaths Trial, Prosecutors Attempt to Paint a Web of Conspiracy
Prosecutors are basing conspiracy charges against No More Deaths activist Scott Warren on questionable cellphone evidence.
In Scott Warren’s No More Deaths trial, prosecutors attempt to paint a web of conspiracy
Providing water and food to people who are dangerously hungry and thirsty is not a crime. It’s humanitarian aid. The trial of Dr. Scott Warren is absurd. He charges should be dropped.
U.S. government prosecutors in Arizona have sought to make an example out of Scott Warren. Warren was arrested with two undocumented migrants on January 17, 2018, and accused of providing the men with food, water, and a place to sleep over three days.
“Scott intended one thing. To provide basic human kindness in the form of humanitarian aid.”