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New Developments In KVPR's Investigation Of Downtown Fresno ICE Facility

Kerry Klein
Valley Public Radio
In response to KVPR's report on this facility, ICE has posted this sign on the door of its downtown office building.

Last week we brought you an investigative story about a secretive building in downtown Fresno that’s being used to process individuals coming into custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE. There’s no sign on the building, its address is not listed on the agency’s website, and immigration attorneys are concerned about the detainees’ access to due process. Since running that story last week, we’ve received a lot of feedback—including from ICE itself.

Listen to the interview for an analysis of what we’ve since learned from an ICE representative, what’s changed at the facility, and what it tells us about those individuals who are processed there.

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