Last March, before then-presidential candidate Donald Trump was set to lead a campaign rally in a Phoenix suburb, Jacinta Gonzalez wrapped a U-shaped lock around her neck and pinned herself to a van blocking the road. Gonzalez was among a group of about 100 migrant-rights protesters staging a civil-disobedience action against against Trump’s rhetoric about Latinos and migrants. The suburb was patrolled by the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, the agency led for decades by . . .
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