ICE Claims It’s Not Legally Responsible For Immigration Detention Death

Detention

Andrea Nill: This week, a judge will decide on whether the federal government bears culpability for another immigration detention slip up: the August 2008 death of Chinese immigrant, Hiu Lui “Jason” Ng. ICE is also arguing that this case should be dismissed on grounds that staffers at the jail at which Ng died are contractors — not government employees.

LA Progressive Articles: January 31 to February 6, 2010

Articles by Andrea Christina Nill, Emily Spence, Carl Matthes, Carl Bloice, Randy Shaw, Joseph Palermo, Rev. Irene Monroe, Norman Solomon, Robert Reich, Paul Hogarth, Ira Chernus, Sherwood Ross, Ron Wolff, Steve Ybarra, Georgianne Nienaber:, John Gallogly, Berry Craig, Gil Troy, Wendy Block, Joseph Palermo, and David A. Love.

U.S. Military Veteran Who Was Wrongfully Detained Sues Immigration Officials

Rennison Castillo

Andrea Christina Nill: Nonetheless, whether it’s explicitly spelled out in the Constitution or not, U.S. citizens shouldn’t have to worry about being locked up by immigration officials for seven months until they can scrounge up the money to hire an attorney who can prove their legal status. Reporter Raul A. Reyes further warns that, “if ICE believes you are in the country illegally, you can be arrested without a warrant and deported without a hearing.”

Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize Means a Lot to Asian Americans, If We All Want It

Barack Obama Cartoon with Giant Nobel Peace Prize

The debate around Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize can be another boxing match between left and right or a tool to bring us together with a newfound global credibility and promise to recognize the integral role we play in the world. This is crucial not only for AAPIs but all of us.

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