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A trial in Mississippi provides a rare glimpse into a world where mistreatment of inmates is commonplace, at a time when the Trump administration wants to expand the use of private prisons.
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ConBody founder Coss Marte tells Moneyish how he turned prison cell exercises into NYC’s most hardcore workout and a new book out on Tuesday.
Advocates say the Prison Litigation Reform Act has made it harder to hold prisons accountable for constitutional violations, Rachel Poser writes.
Clint Smith writes about the United States Justice Department’s decision to stop housing federal prisoners in for-profit prisons.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement recently asked the National Archives and Record Administration (NARA), which instructs federal agencies on how to maintain records, to approve its timetable for retaining or destroying records related to its detention operations. This may seem like a run-of-the-mill government request for record-keeping efficiency. It isn’t. An entire paper trail for a system rife with human rights and constitutional abuses is at stake.
California lawmakers approve a budget proposal and weigh a bill to increase oversight on detention centers and temporarily ban the expansion of bed space.
ICE targets immigrants without criminal histories in San Diego area; less in L.A. County
Syed Ahmed Jamal, who is from Bangladesh, was about to take his daughter to school on the morning of Jan. 24 when U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials showed up on his front lawn in Lawrence, Kansas, and arrested him
An undocumented father-of-three in Washington state called 911 to report a trespasser and was then “hand-delivered” by police into the custody of ICE.
Sightings of ICE agents at courthouses across the state have surged from 11 to 110, compared with last year, advocates say.
Octavio Chaidez was walking out of a Pasadena courtroom with a client last month when four men jumped up from a hallway bench and rushed toward them.
Does California ban local law enforcement from transferring prisoners to and even communicating with federal immigration agents? U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions made that claim in a speech in Sacramento on March 7, 2018, one day after the Department of Justice announced it’s suing California over allegations the state’s immigration laws obstruct federal authorities. Here’s what Sessions told a group of local and state law-enforcement officials in downtown Sacramento: "California won’t let law enforcement officers like you and your people to transfer prisoners to ICE custody or even to communicate with ICE that you’re about to release them from your ...
The lawsuit follows action the ACLU took in the case of a Congolese woman and her 7-year-old daughter, who the group said was taken from her mother "screaming and crying" and placed in a Chicago facility.
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Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials say the detention center where the bites occurred is being inspected.