Ana Suda

Ana Suda is a plaintiff in Suda vs. U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the ACLU's case against the CBP for violating her Fourth Amendment rights when an agent demanded to see her ID after hearing her speak Spanish in a convenience store.

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Sunday, February 17, 2019
Border Patrol Detained Me for Speaking Spanish in Montana. Then My Town Turned Against Me.
I moved to Havre, Montana — near the U.S.-Canada border — in 2014 with my husband and our two young children. Home to around 10,000 people, I’ve always found Havre to be a friendly town, one where I felt good about raising my kids. But that all changed last May when my friend and I were illegally...
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