Friday, October 20, 2017

Trump's ICE Freed Alleged Undocumented Immigrant After Agents Get Busted For Illegal Entry Into Private Property

Trump's ICE agents in Portland without a warrant entered private property looking for a suspected undocumented immigrant and were video recorded committing an illegal act.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

October 20, 2017

Portland, Oregon - On Thursday, at least four U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents in Portland entered private property without a warrant and attempted to lie that they had permission, which the person, George Cárdenas who was taking a cellphone video of the illegal act told the ICE agents that he didn't give them permission to enter without a warrant. Cárdenas also told them to leave because they were trespassing. An ICE agent then told Cárdenas that he gave them permission to come in, but Cárdenas denied it while video recording the incident.
The ICE agents detained a suspected undocumented immigrant in the incident who was identified a Carlos Bolanos, 32, but was later released by ICE without an explanation other that they made a mistake, according to an update by Cárdenas.
Cárdenas gives credit to his posted video in Facebook that let to the release of the immigrant.
ICE in Portland has not released any press release regarding the unlawful entry to private property by ICE agents and if the agents will face any disciplinary action or if they will be held accountable for committing an illegal act while on duty.

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