Texas’ border operation imprisons thousands accused only of trespassing

Irina Baranova

Department of Public Safety Special Operations agents arrive at an area where they continue the process of arresting the und…

Prison for asylum-seekers

Walkthrough of the migrant processing facility located adjacent to the Val Verde County Sheriff’s Office in Del Rio, TX.

Gastón, a human rights attorney from Venezuela who came to Del Rio seeking asylum, around his home outside of Denver. Feb. 1…

“I want to get out”

Department of Public Safety Special Operations agents escort a group of migrants through private property as part of Operati…

The Dolph Briscoe Unit in Dilley on July 1, 2021.


https://www.texastribune.org/2022/04/04/texas-border-operation-imprisons-thousands-accused-only-of-trespassing/

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