Colorado judge rules ICE violated federal law by withholding records

The Denver Post: U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials violated federal law by refusing to release documents about people who aren’t citizens because the agency deemed those people to be fugitives, a Colorado federal court ruled in December.

ICE must change its nationwide standard operating procedure  — used at least 333 times to deny the release of records between July 2017 and April 2019 —  and comply with the Freedom of Information Act, the judge declared in a 44-page ruling.

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