A story in today’s Houston Chronicle takes readers inside an immigration courtroom to report on accusations that the federal government is failing to provide detained migrants with due process and ignoring credible asylum claims. The piece focuses on Central American women and children recently apprehended near the South Texas border and then shuttled to the newly-built, remote detention center in Artesia, New Mexico—some 200 miles from El Paso and not far from Roswell.
A story in today’s Houston Chronicle takes readers inside an immigration courtroom to report on accusations that the federal government is failing to provide detained migrants with due process and ignoring credible asylum claims. The piece focuses on Central American women and children recently apprehended near the South Texas border and then shuttled to the newly-built, remote detention center in Artesia, New Mexico—some 200 miles from El Paso and not far from Roswell. - See more at: http://www.cjr.org/united_states_project/as_deportations_speed_up_reporters_are_shut_out_of_immigration_hearings.php#sthash.L4jiKfoq.dpuf


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