Donations Grow For Funds That Pay To Get Migrants Out Of ICE Detention

Emilio hugs his son Oscar, 25, after being released by ICE. He and his son fled Mexico together in 2008. Emilio claims the military threatened him for writing articles in a small-town paper about soldiers robbing a hotel.
Emilio hugs his son Oscar, 25, after being released by ICE. He and his son fled Mexico together in 2008. Emilio claims the military threatened him for writing articles in a small-town paper about soldiers robbing a hotel.
Emilio hugs his son Oscar, 25, after being released by ICE. He and his son fled Mexico together in 2008. Emilio claims the military threatened him for writing articles in a small-town paper about soldiers robbing a hotel.
Emilio hugs his son Oscar, 25, after being released by ICE. He and his son fled Mexico together in 2008. Emilio claims the military threatened him for writing articles in a small-town paper about soldiers robbing a hotel.

Donations Grow For Funds That Pay To Get Migrants Out Of ICE Detention

Outrage over the administration’s policy of family separations at the border prompted an outpouring of donations to bond funds. People are giving so detained immigrants can post bond and be released.

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