Mass. Roundup Didn’t Violate Rights, Says Appeals Court

1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals “on Tuesday upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by immigrants arrested in a factory raid, saying their constitutional rights were not violated—though it noted that government bungling allowed children of some detainees to go unsupervised,” reports the Associated Press. “The March raid at leather goods manufacturer Michael Bianco Inc. led to the arrest of 361 of its 500 employees, mostly Central American women, on federal immigration charges.”

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