Cameroonian Asylum Seekers Said to be One Day Away From Deportation Back to the Oppression They Fled - CounterPunch.org

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Published: Oct 13, 2020
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Bias Rating:

79% Liberal


Bias Score Calculation:

This article includes the following sentiments, providing an average bias score of 79% Liberal:

  • 2 positive sentiments and 6 negative sentiments for ICE.
  • 1 negative sentiment for Police funding


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98% "But equally, he said, the issue of the travel documents requires a deeper investigation.""
97% "Advocates and immigration lawyers said on a press call on October 9 that ICE's planned mass expulsion is a massive human rights violation.""
90% "He's a good boy, loves to play football.""
65% "Have you seen your travel documents that ICE has?""
-78% "[The names of the Cameroonian detainees mentioned in this story have been changed or withheld to protect them from reprisal.]""
-84% "The ICE officer in PP said that.""
-90% "Two men reported being strangled, officers promised they would kill them.""
-94% "It's even worse there now than when he fled after being arrested and tortured.""
-95% "Families for Freedom, a New York-based multi-ethnic human rights organization by and for families fighting deportation, issued a 2015 report documenting the bizarre and ..."
-96% "Do you have any reason to believe they are fraudulent?""

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

65% : Have you seen your travel documents that ICE has?
5% : Families for Freedom, a New York-based multi-ethnic human rights organization by and for families fighting deportation, issued a 2015 report documenting the bizarre and unlawful use by ICE of jimmied up travel documents.
26% : "ICE and their contractors are forcing detained immigrants to sign.
23% : "They know nothing about his travel documents." 'We thought America had law' Casini, of Freedom for Immigrants, says that while some of the Cameroonians scheduled for the flight have received their final orders of deportation, others are under active appeal, are green card holders or were released from detention only to be brought back to be deported.
71% : Does ICE have a passport for you?
31% : Yet as reported by The Intercept on October 2, as recently as September 16, ICE attempted to deport two Cameroonian women with travel documents signed by Greene.
50% : "We thought America had law, that people here would defend us.
45% : They said they don't know how ICE got travel documents.
11% : Andrew Mosher, an immigration lawyer in New Orleans, suspects ICE "may be cheating" by attempting an end run around the kind of logistical barriers it faces with respect to plane clearances, detailed in a March 2019 report issued by the Department of Homeland Security's Office of Inspector General which stated: "ICE Air manages complex logistical movements for commercial and charter flights through a cumbersome and inefficient manual process.
40% : ICE has refused to show any of them the paperwork, across the board," Murray wrote in a text.
98% : Then we'd play traditional dance music and enjoy being together.
98% : Grisly testimonies of coercion of signatures on "voluntary deportation" papers have been detailed in a complaint to the Department for Homeland Security Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties and DHS Office of Inspector General filed on October 7, by Freedom for Immigrants, the Southern Poverty Law Center, Louisiana Advocates for Immigrants in Detention, Natchez Network, Detention Watch Network, Cameroon American Council, Haitian Bridge Alliance and Families for Freedom.
98% : But equally, he said, the issue of the travel documents requires a deeper investigation.
97% : Advocates and immigration lawyers said on a press call on October 9 that ICE's planned mass expulsion is a massive human rights violation.
90% : "He's a good boy, loves to play football.
22% : [The names of the Cameroonian detainees mentioned in this story have been changed or withheld to protect them from reprisal.]
16% : The ICE officer in PP said that.
10% : Two men reported being strangled, officers promised they would kill them.
6% : "It's even worse there now than when he fled after being arrested and tortured.
4% : Do you have any reason to believe they are fraudulent?

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization

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