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After two ICE officers came to a Pacific Northwest community, longtime residents began to disappear — a testament to the agency’s quiet embrace of big data
After two officers came to a Pacific Northwest community, longtime residents began to disappear — a testament to the agency’s quiet embrace of big data.
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American Walkabout 2 Oct 19
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Adios!
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FriendofFannie 2 Oct 19
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John P de New 🇦🇺🇨🇦🇩🇪🇪🇺 2 Oct 19
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“Ich habe nichts gewusst”. Didnt think that would come back so soon.
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man of leisure 2 Oct 19
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Maybe they were "Grimm"!!!!!!
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A Karen So Scared She Called Your Manager 2 Oct 19
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Vicky Allen 2 Oct 19
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This is so wrong 😡. We aren’t Germany, this is 🇺🇸
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CompassCreative 2 Oct 19
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What does that mean in this context?
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William McQuaid 2 Oct 19
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The law still requires ICE to arrest employers of illegal immigrants. That should be their first priority. Why isn't the New York Times doing a major investigative "story" on the rule of law and who it applies to?
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Karen Heath Allen, M.Ed. 2 Oct 19
So when should we expect the owners of the Trump Organization to be arrested? The law is the law, right? Employing undocumented workers to mow lawns is in the suburbs is no better or worse than employing them to care for your mansion or golf course.
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