Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Hundreds of U.S. Citizens Arrested and Detained by ICE, and Some Deported are Suing

Among them are:

As reported in the San Francisco Chronicle, among them are:

-- Pedro Guzman, a mentally disabled man born and raised in Southern California, who was deported in 2007 to Mexico, where he survived by eating out of garbage cans for three months while his frantic mother searched for him.

-- Rennison Castillo, a Washington state man who was born in Belize but took his oath of citizenship while serving in the U.S. Army in 1998, who spent seven months in an ICE prison in 2006. He is suing the government with the help of the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project in Seattle.  For the full story, click here.

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