A global YouTube boycott actually saw revenue go up, and a massive EU fine merely dented one quarter's profits.
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- ‘Hands off Maria’ — Oakland protest seeks to reverse deportation of nurse and husband
By Hamed Aleaziz - Monday Aug 14, 2017
Oakland nurse Maria Mendoza-Sanchez didn’t know what to expect, but as she approached Highland Hospital at midday Monday she saw a growing crowd of familiar and unfamiliar faces who came out to rally against her impending deportation.Fellow nurses at the facility had arrived, along with doctors, union members with “Hands off Maria” signs and protesters who’d heard about her case.The head of the public health authority that operates the hospital showed up as well, telling the crowd that Mendoza-Sanchez was being stripped of her “opportunity to achieve the American dream.”Barring a last-minute reprieve, Mendoza-Sanchez and her husband, who do not have legal status, will fly to their native Mexico on Tuesday with their 12-year-old son, who is a citizen by birth, to start a new life after more than two decades in the U.S. They will leave behind three older daughters, all of whom have status.The crowd at Highland, which quickly numbered in the hundreds, came to speak out against the action by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, which under President Trump has increasingly sought to deport immigrants, including those with deep ties to the country and no criminal records, like Mendoza-Sanchez and her husband, truck driver Eusebio Sanchez.A spokeswoman for ICE defended the deportation order last week, saying the family’s case had gone through a lengthy review in immigration courts and that “neither of these individuals has a legal basis to remain in the U.S.” On Monday afternoon, the agency said the order remained in force.Delvecchio Finley, chief executive of Alameda Health System, which operates Highland Hospital, told the crowd that Mendoza-Sanchez had been a “stellar employee” in her two years at the facility.After immigration officials said in May that the couple had three months to arrange their travel to Mexico, they decided the best option was to take their son, Jesus, and leave behind their three daughters, who are 16, 21, and 23.The two younger daughters are U.S. citizens, while the older daughter, Vianney, is protected by the government’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program.“As a former (Immigration and Naturalization Service) prosecutor, I am deeply saddened to see a family with three U.S. citizen children and no criminal record being targeted for deportation,” he said.