The ICEman Cometh: ICE, Torture and Illegal Deportation

The video posted here is about a man denounced by his father-in-law to the Department of Homeland Security, who bundled him up and put him in jail in Arkansas.

The local jailers in Arkansas allegedly tortured him. Frankly, I find this part very believable.

After being denied access to counsel and Pakistani Embassy diplomats, he requested to be deported to Pakistan. He was. His family joined him and now are under constant threat there because of hostilities towards Americans.

I am publicizing this case not because I believe all aspects of it, but because I believe enough of it to be concerned that it should be looked in to. Sadly, there has been enough bad behavior under the auspices of the Patriot Act that their story is far too believable.

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