FTCA Administrative Complaint by Immigrant Mothers’ Against DHS/CBP/ICE
On August 10, 2015, five immigrant mothers sent administrative complaints to the Department of Homeland Security under the Federal Tort Claims Act for the abuses the women and their children had suffered while detained in ICE custody. These women, who fled their home countries due to endemic violence suffered at the hands of criminal gangs and intimate partners, sought asylum in the United States. After entering the custody of CBP/ICE, they endured deplorable detention conditions, including woefully inadequate medical and mental health care, little to no legal information as to their rights and/or fates, no educational services for the detained children, and lack of access to necessities such as food, water, clothing, and bathing facilities.
Counsel: R. Andrew Free | Barrett, Johnston, Martin & Garrison, LLC
Contact: R. Andrew Free | (615) 244-2202 | Andrew@ImmigrantCivilRights.com
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