From PRI "The World":
"Federal regulations on transparency say that US immigration courts must be open to the public. But a California university professor found that's not always the case. Reporter Claudine LoMonaco has the story from Tuscson, Arizona."
Listen here, on PRI "The World," first broadcast on April 29, 2009.
Claudine LoMonaco put together a very impressive piece of radio journalism in which she develops a narrative tying the unlawful ICE detention and deportation of U.S. citizens to the unlawful ICE prevention of access to some immigration courts in detention centers.