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Checked boxes indicated that he was to be deported because of unspecified “biometric information.”
Brown continued to press jail officials, promising that he could produce a birth certificate testifying to his right to be in the country. “They said they would hold him on the ICE detainer no matter what, regardless of his birth certificate,” the suit alleges.
Brown’s ordeal began April 5 when he gave his fingerprints as part of a routine book-in procedure. The submissions were sent to the FBI, to verify his criminal record, and to Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The next day, Brown said, an ICE officer sent the jail a form requesting that Brown be held for removal from the country.
originally posted by: dojozen
a reply to: Deetermined
his fingerprints matched?
What matched besides his name and skin color?