A yard sign in support of ‘No Mas Muertes/No More Deaths’ is displayed in the neighborhood surrounding the Evo A DeConcini US Courthouse, where humanitarian volunteer Scott Warren faced charges of harboring, and conspiracy to transport undocumented migrants in Tucson, Arizona [Caitlin O’Hara/Reuters]

An Arizona jury on Tuesday said it was unable to reach a verdict in the trial of US human rights activist Scott Warren, who was accused of harbouring two undocumented migrants and conspiring to hide them from law enforcement.

The Tucson jury remained deadlocked after it was given an extra day to deliberate on federal charges against Warren stemming from his January 2018 arrest by US Border Patrol in Ajo, Arizona.

The eight female and four male jurors said in

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