After confidential informant Ernesto Gamboa helped federal prosecutors secure nearly 100 convictions, ICE moved to deport him. In this episode of “The Investigators,” CIR reporter Andrew Becker describes the predicament that some foreigners face while working for the U.S. government. Part 1: Confidential Informants in Limbo Part 2: The Case of Ernesto Gamboa
The first story in the series airs tonight; CIR’s Andrew Becker reports on Saturday.
As California Watch ramps up distribution of its work, we are experimenting with different ways to reach the California public.
A list of companies that attended an “Industry Day” event shows familiar faces are interested in helping the immigration agency fix how it detains people.
The agencies that run immigration detention and detainee health care are turning, in some cases, to the same people, consultants and companies that have been advising or working with those agencies for years.
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A DOJ investigation of an immigration judge’s misconduct gives asylum seeker another day in court.
Mark Schapiro discusses the carbon cap and trade system on Marketplace.