DENVER (AP) - A federal appeals courtroom says immigration detainees who have been held at a personal jail in Colorado can transfer forward with a lawsuit alleging they have been required to do guide hard work for as low as $1 an afternoon whilst watching for imaginable deportation.
The GEO Group, which operates the 1,500-bed facility in Aurora, argued the case must no longer had been qualified as a category motion on behalf of 62,000 individuals who have been held within the middle over the last decade.
The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals dominated Friday the detainees may just continue with claims the middle violated the federal Trafficking Victims Protection Act.
GEO has stated its paintings program is voluntary and complies with Immigration and Customs Enforcement tips. Boulder lawyer Brandt Milstein tells The Denver Post detainees have been compelled to paintings below the specter of solitary confinement.
Information from: The Denver Post, http://www.denverpost.com