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Wanted Terrorist La Virgen de Guadalupe

ID Number: 35349
Maker: Ester Hernández; Dignidad Rebelde
Technique: silkscreen
Date Made: 2010
Place Made: United States: California, Oakland
Measurements: 76.5 cm x 56 cm; 30 1/8 in x 22 1/16 in
Main Subject: Immigration; Chicano/Latino
Materials: paper (fiber product)
Digitized: Y

Full Text:
Wanted Terrorist La Virgen de Guadalupe Alias: Guadalupe, Reina de las Americas, Virgencita, Nuestra Madre, Tonantzin, Lupe, Lupita Description: Date of Birth: 12/12/1531 Place of Birth: Tepeyac, Tenochtitlan/Mexico Height: 5' Weight: 100lbs. Build: Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Dark Brown Complexion: Dark Brown Scars and Marks: Unknown Languages: Nahuatl, Zapotec, Yaqui, Purépucha, Maya and Spanish Race: Amer -Indian Nationality: American Should Be Considered Powerful And Dangerous Occupation: Cult Leader, Human Trafficking, Terrorist. Remarks: La Virgen de Guadalupe always covers her head with a star patterned shawl and wears long rose patterned dresses. She is accompanied by a young child (possibly drugged) who wears wings and pretends he is flying. Criminal Record: For over 160 years, La Virgen de Guadalupe has accompanied countless men, women and children illegally into the USA. She has given limit-less aid and comfort to unidentified suspects at the time of death, especially in the desert areas near the U.S./Mexico border. Caution: she has an unexplainable, possibly dangerous light emanating from her body which could contain explosive material. She is known to have a large loyal fanatic cult following. Reward: The State of Arizona is offering of up to $500,000 for any information leading directly to the apprehension and conviction of La Virgen de Guadalupe. If You Have Information Concerning This Person, Please Contact the Arizona State Rangers Or Your Local Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Office. Janet Killemall, President of Arizona © 2010 Ester Hernandez Great Fear of the State of Arizona 2010 Veni, Vide, Veci May 2010 State of Arizona Office of the President

Acquisition Number: 2010-181

Made in response to Arizona's SB 1070, an anti-illegal immigration measure which was widely criticized for its racism.

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