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Cuban asylum seeker remains detained by ICE without parole


February 9, 2020

EL PASO, Texas (AP) — Cuban Ariel Guzman waited four months in a Mexican border town for his turn to seek asylum in the U.S., legally.

Immigration agents placed Guzman — whose anti-communist views made him a target of the Cuban government — in handcuffs and chains and bused him to federal detention.

"We came to a country where freedom of expression is permitted, where liberty is allowed," the former IT professional told the El Paso Times, speaking for himself and other detained Cubans. "We understood that the United States is a place that respects laws, the only country that has signe...

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