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Immigration / NBC News Investigation / Courthouse Arrests #1130328

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Sep 22, 2018
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(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) An NBC News/Marshall Project investigation of immigration introduced.

(Denver & studio: Stephanie Gosk) The investigation of how aggressive ICE tactics against immigrants in courthouses help suspected criminals because undocumented witnesses are afraid to testify in court examined; scenes shown from Denver of ICE agents taking down an undocumented immigrant. [Denver city attorney Kristin BRONSON††- says enforcement actions in the courthouse area a bad idea: abusers get no consequences.] [Arrested in North Carolina, "MARIA" - expresses her feeling.] [Mecklenberg County assistant public defender Herman LITTLE†- talks about Maria's case.] [Deputy head of ICE Matthew ALBENCE†- defends courthouse arrests.]

Reporter(s):
Balart, Jose Diaz;
Gosk, Stephanie
Duration:
00:03:40

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