Emma Brown & David Nakamura
January 28 at 11:45 AM
Refugees and migrants holding valid visas who were en route to the United States on Friday evening have been detained at U.S. airports and restricted from the country as a result of President Trump’s executive order banning their entry.
for two Iraqi men detained at New York’s John F. Kennedy
International Airport filed a middle-of-the-night lawsuit in federal
court challenging Trump’s executive order as unconstitutional and
seeking the release of their clients. They also are seeking class
certification so they may represent all refugees and visa-holders who
are being held at U.S. ports of entry.
Immigration advocates say at least one refugee family is detained at San Francisco International Airport, but it is not clear how many refugees are currently detained at airports nationwide.
Link to complete article at WAPO
JG: Trump's evil curtain of hate is descending upon the land.
It is very obvious that Donald Trump's idea of 'due process of law' will be the same as that used by Fulgencio Batista in Cuba. When will the dead bodies begin to be found at parks, lakes and mountains?
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