On Monday, the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service (ICE, for its acronym in English) reported the arrest of 123 immigrants in the state of New Jersey from fourteen countries, the result of a month-long operation. ICE specified that 90% of the detainees had served jail sentences or have pending criminal charges. The detainees are from Brazil (3), Costa Rica (3), Dominican Republic (1), Ecuador (16), El Salvador (8), Guatemala (24), Honduras (14), Jamaica (1), Mexico (41 ), Nicaragua (1), Peru (6), Poland (2), Spain (2) and Trinidad and Tobago (1). One of the Ecuadorians had been convicted of sexual…
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