Does ICE have the right?

How can we describe the fear and anxiety that raids embody to the American public who has little knowledge of the growing wave of raids in their own backyards? We can tell the stories of folks like the 17 workers in Chicago who were detained in a raid and allegedly strip searched, held for a $23,000 bond, roughly handled, denied medical attention, and forced to sign papers that they didn't understand ... (Read more here)

This is not only outrageous, it is wrong and unjust. These are the kinds of stories that the larger public need to know about, and need to understand isn't happening in some other country, or in some military base of the coast of the US- no it's happening in America's heartland- and we can't take this anymore. Are you hearing stories from your area? Share them here.