September 16, 2004 protest at illegal Drivers License march in Atlanta
Citizens held a public education rally On September 16, 2004, a "march" was held at the Capitol Building in Atlanta, Georgia, by a group calling itself ESTAMOS UNIDOS ["WE ARE UNITED"], and The Hispanic Services Foundation [a for profit company] to demand driverís licenses for illegal aliens.
Citizens held a public education rally regarding march directly across the street from the gang of illegals and their enablers.
By the end of the day, there were an estimated 800-1,000 illegal aliens and those who profit from them openly congregated on the steps of the Georgia capitol. There were no apprehensions by the BICE [formerly INS] agents, although BICE was informed of the event and was encouraged to carry out its sworn duty. (See USC Title 8, section 1324.)