It’s been 50 years since the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which supposedly applies to everybody, was passed. But, Ana Alliegro is not a beneficiary of that law of the land. She’s being denied bond to wait for her day in court. She is being bullied by the federal government magistrate and U.S. attorney’s office. They are not her peers, according to English common law. That’s why when I go to many civic meetings and I say the Pledge of Allegiance, at the end I change it to liberty and justice for some.
Mariano Cruz, Miami