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Lawsuit Says ICE Denied Food, Medicine, And Assistance To Disabled Migrants

WorldNews Tuesday, 20 August 2019
Lawsuit Says ICE Denied Food, Medicine, And Assistance To Disabled MigrantsA new lawsuit filed in Los Angeles on Monday on behalf of 15 plaintiffs and two non-profit groups claim migrants face “horrific conditions” and “torture” in Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention centers, according to The Guardian. The plaintiffs said they faced brutal conditions due to a number of health conditions, including bipolar disorder, cerebral palsy, blindness, schizophrenia, and PTSD. The lawsuit says the United States government was denying jailed migrants proper access to medicine, food, surgeries, and basic accommodations for those with disabilities, including walking aids and wheelchairs. The lawsuit includes testimony from individuals held at eight different ICE...
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