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For the Rojas family, land ownership came both at a price and sacrifice.
They saved money through the years and bought half an acre for their future home at Carrisitos Estates Subdivision near the Rio Grande about three years ago.
of private lands for a wall that will not even solve our border security problems. While this tragedy is now law, I urge our citizens to fight these lawsuits and not give any consent to allow the government to condemn their lands."
"If they have access, they can do whatever they want. They could very well put the fence in the line of my home," said Eloisa Tamez, an associate professor at the University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College.
"Every time I sing patriotic songs now, I cry. It's sad to see what is happening in this part of America," said Tamez, who owns property in El Calaboz. She knows of two other landowners who also refused access to their properties who are not on the list of property owners sued here.
"The pleadings are really barebones," Rickers said, noting that the lawsuits don't say if access is given to federal surveyors or private contractors. "This might change the liability," she said.
six months that their properties are tied up. If the property is damaged, DHS noted that it could pay more.
"This is very unjust," said Ninfa, a 32 year old housewife who cares for the couple's four children, Rosalinda, 12, Oscar 8, Selena, 4, and 2 year old Ninfa. Her 39 year old husband Guadalupe works at a lumberyard.
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"I don't know why they did that," PUB attorney Eduardo Rodriguez said of the lawsuit filed against the utility. Rodriguez noted that the city, and not PUB, owns the property the government seeks to access.
Others are waiting to be sued.
"It's the American dream el sueo Americano," Ninfa said Friday. Attorney Donald J. DeGabrielle Jr., at the request of Department of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff filed condemnation lawsuits under the power of eminent domain Thursday and Friday against Rojas and 11 other property owners, including the Brownsville Public Utilities Board. District Court Western District of Texas. District Judge Hilda G. District Judge Andrew S. Hanen.
"The landowners may continue to use the property during this time, so Omega Watches Qatar long as that use does not interfere with the surveying and other investigatory work being done by the United States," the lawsuits state.
"It's a drastic and contentious measure," TRLA attorney Emily Rickers said of the Cameron County and Eagle Pass lawsuits, which she described as an "aggressive tactic."
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In Hidalgo County, Texas RioGrande Legal Aid represents 20 property owners who have not been sued yet, and it extends its services to Cameron County residents.
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The $100 "is insulting," Rickers said. "It's not enough to compensate landowners in case an accident happens on their property."
The Rojas don't have an attorney.
Rulings on DHS' pleadings were pending at presstime.
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