Quarantine in Solitary Confinement and Attorneys Wear Swimming Goggles to Court, as Batavia Grapples With the Coronavirus Pandemic
The immigration detention center and the immigration court in Batavia continue to operate with little regard for the global pandemic.
“The officer’s routines and procedures never changed,” a former detainee said
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"My inmate in cell has been exhibiting psychotic episodes. He is becoming a health hazard to everyone."
Edafe Okporo's one-man play details the grueling process of getting asylum in the U.S.
Statistics illustrate the no tolerance attitude of the Trump Administration as non-criminal arrests spiked 87 percent.
The immigration courts at Varick Street in New York are still using video teleconferencing for hearings five months after protests ended.