Thursday, October 14, 2010

Lyttle v. United States: Lack Of Due Process In Immigration Detention System

The American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Georgia and the ACLU of North Carolina today filed lawsuits in federal courts in Georgia and North Carolina on behalf of Mark Lyttle, a U.S. citizen of Puerto Rican descent with mental disabilities who was wrongfully deported to Mexico and forced to endure over four months of living on the streets and in the shelters and prisons of Mexico, Honduras, Nicaragua and Guatemala.  The link above includes the complaints in the cases.  Here is a description of the case.

For the blog post from a political scientist that broke this case, click here.

KJ

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