On the 19th, about 250 protesters gathered to protest ICE’s brutal treatment of detainees in Times Square. The police reacted almost immediately, kettling them in and arresting ~60 protesters, mirroring the arrest of 26 protesters at a demonstration outside of the ICE federal offices earlier this week. Many of those arrested will be charged with disorderly conduct.
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