Dec 272010
 
 December 27, 2010  Court, Surveillance

Sabrina Canfield reports:

A man who faces deportation based on information the Border Patrol got through worker raids demands documents about the raids. He says the documents will shed light on federal agents’ “covert surveillance and raids on day labor corners in New Orleans targeting reconstruction workers.”

It is Joaquin Navarro Hernandez’s second request for documentation; the defendant U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency, a creature of the Department of Homeland Security, blew off his first request, which he filed in July.

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