Woman in courthouse to obtain protective order is arrested by ICE agents
Picture taken from the Mexico side of the U.S. -Mexico border.
An undocumented immigrant was arrested last week at the courthouse in El Paso, Texas where she had just been granted a protective order for domestic abuse. CBS4 in El Paso reports that the woman, who is transgender, was living at a shelter for domestic violence victims.
The ICE agents acted on a tip off, possibly from Ms Gonzalez's alleged abuser, County Attorney Jo Anne Bernaltold the El Paso Times.
"It really was a stunning event", Bernal told the Post.
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In her role, Bernal often represents victims of domestic violence and abuse when they come to her office seeking court orders against their abusers. "We are hopeful that this is an isolated incident and that this never happens again".
Bernal said she believes immigration officials were tipped off by the woman's alleged abuser.
Bernal said there were no state warrants out for the woman and it appeared she was arrested after ICE received a tip that she would be in court, the TV station said. After the judge issued the protective order, Bernal said, the victim's attorney escorted her into a jury room to speak privately for a few minutes.
The narrative of the ICE affidavit, however, does not mention any contact inside the courthouse or the courtroom.
It also stateds HIS BEST Agents conducted surveillance at the county courthouse in attempts to see the individual. ICE has turned down her request for a stay of deportation, but under federal policy agents are supposed to avoid churches and other "sensitive locations". Agents identified themselves and questioned I.E.G., who admitted to being a Mexican citizen who was in the US without legal status.
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