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Detained Immigrants Continue to Die in American Custody

In ICE Prisons, alleged status violations can be a death sentence.
I would have subtitled this video "America's New Civil War":

From the production company :
The New York Times and the Washington Post have recently reported on the "System of Neglect," namely, the state of immigration detention center conditions. As told by her sister June Everett, watch the story of Sandra Kenley, a 52- year-old grandmother, who after living in the U.S. legally for 33 years, was subjected to these very conditions and died in immigration detention.
Liza Sabater blogs at Culture Kitchen.
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