The introductory paragraph speaks for itself.
Daniel Millis, a volunteer with the faith-based organization No More Deaths, was arrested in 2008 for littering. His crime: leaving bottles of drinking water on trails near the Arizona-Mexico border so immigrants walking through the desert would not die of thirst.
It’s been back and forth ever since. When did doing something good become so convoluted? The principles that guide our moral compass are tested daily. The lines between right and wrong become blurry. The law and justice lacks clarity and insight. This is the world of immigration.