Immigrants File Suit Against Immigration Agents

Friday, April 04, 2008

Ten immigrants from New Jersey - including two American citizens - are suing immigration agents and the federal authorities in charge.

They say the agents violated their constitutional rights in early morning raids at their homes. They're being helped by Seton Hall Law School.

WNYC's Marianne McCune has more.

An immigration spokesman says he can't comment on pending litigation.

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