ICE released names of 6,252 immigrants seeking protection – Los Angeles Times – (Me: Why do I have a hard time believing this was an accident?)

Many immigrants fear that gangs, governments, or individuals back home will find out that they sought protection in the U.S. Asylum-seekers regularly ask their immigration lawyers whether their home countries will find out about their applications. In one case documented by Human Rights Watch, a Cameroonian man the U.S. deported to his home country was summoned to court upon his return for “having, in the United States, spread false news . . . by declaring to be a victim of abuses by the Cameroonian Government.” Source: ICE released names of 6,252 immigrants seeking protection – Los Angeles Times

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