ICE To Send 1600 Detainees To Federal Prisons

  1. ICE To Send 1600 Detainees To Federal Prisons  NPR
  2. So many immigrants are being arrested that ICE is going to transfer 1600 to federal prisons  Washington Post
  3. US officials move to house 1000 immigration detainees at federal prison in Victorville  Los Angeles Times
  4. ICE Just Launched a $2.4m Contract With a Secretive Data Surveillance Company That Tracks You in Real Time  Newsweek
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Exclusive: U.S. sending 1,600 immigration detainees to federal prisons

Exclusive: U.S. sending 1,600 immigration detainees to federal prisonsBy Sarah N. Lynch and Kristina Cooke WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – U.S. authorities are transferring into federal prisons about 1,600 Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainees, officials told Reuters on Thursday, in the first large-scale use of federal prisons to hold detainees amid a Trump administration crackdown on people entering the country illegally. An ICE spokeswoman told Reuters five federal prisons will temporarily take in detainees awaiting civil immigration court hearings, including potential asylum seekers, with one prison in Victorville, California, preparing to house 1,000 people.


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Exclusive: US sending 1600 immigration detainees to federal prisons

  1. Exclusive: US sending 1600 immigration detainees to federal prisons  Reuters
  2. ICE to send 1600 immigration violators to federal prisons  USA TODAY
  3. ICE to transfer 1600 detainees to federal prisons  The Hill
  4. ICE Just Launched a $2.4m Contract With a Secretive Data Surveillance Company That Tracks You in Real Time  Newsweek
  5. Full coverage


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Exclusive: U.S. sending 1,600 immigration detainees to federal prisons

WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – U.S. authorities are transferring into federal prisons about 1,600 Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainees, officials told Reuters on Thursday, in the first large-scale use of federal prisons to hold detainees amid a Trump administration crackdown on people entering the country illegally.


Source: Reuters

Exclusive: US sending 1600 immigration detainees to federal prisons

  1. Exclusive: US sending 1600 immigration detainees to federal prisons  Yahoo News
  2. ICE agents are conducting ‘an enforcement action’ at the Salt Lake City airport  Salt Lake Tribune
  3. ICE no longer welcome: California’s Sacramento County cancels contract with immigration agency  TheBlaze.com
  4. ICE Chief Defends Separating Families at Border After UN Condemns Practice as Rights Violation  Newsweek
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Exclusive: U.S. immigration authorities sending 1,600 detainees to federal prisons

WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – U.S. authorities are transferring into federal prisons about 1,600 Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainees, officials told Reuters on Thursday, in the first large-scale use of federal prisons to hold detainees amid a Trump administration crackdown on people entering the country illegally.


Source: Reuters

Exclusive: US Immigration Authorities Sending 1600 Detainees to Federal Prisons

  1. Exclusive: US Immigration Authorities Sending 1600 Detainees to Federal Prisons  U.S. News & World Report
  2. ICE agents are conducting ‘an enforcement action’ at the Salt Lake City airport  Salt Lake Tribune
  3. ICE no longer welcome: California’s Sacramento County cancels contract with immigration agency  TheBlaze.com
  4. ICE Chief Defends Separating Families at Border After UN Condemns Practice as Rights Violation  Newsweek
  5. Full coverage


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Exclusive: US immigration authorities sending 1600 detainees to federal prisons

  1. Exclusive: US immigration authorities sending 1600 detainees to federal prisons  Reuters
  2. ICE agents are conducting ‘an enforcement action’ at the Salt Lake City airport  Salt Lake Tribune
  3. ICE no longer welcome: California’s Sacramento County cancels contract with immigration agency  TheBlaze.com
  4. ICE Chief Defends Separating Families at Border After UN Condemns Practice as Rights Violation  Newsweek
  5. Full coverage


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