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Destroyio Rocks For Legal Rights For Our Immigrant Bros

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What if you woke up this morning and the government decided it was time for you to leave this country? Ever been imprisoned and deported? In Miami, it happens every day. Destroyio Records says it's wrong, and in an effort to keep one of their own from a free trip to Venezuela they are staging a benefit February 5th at Churchill's to aid his legal defense fund.

"Immigration is a business," says the alien in question. Check out our exclusive audio of what an actual immigration raid could sound like, after the jump.

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