home state: Last week, a federal judge ordered both Emilio and Oscar released, noting that evidence suggested that Emilio was targeted by ICE for speaking out, according to Rabble. Gutierrez Soto's case is emblematic of the cruelty of President Donald Trump's crackdown on immigrants and asylum-seekers, as well as Trump's increasingly vitriolic disdain for the free press. He and his son Oscar were detained by ICE Immigration and Customs Enforcement last December, two months after Emilio received an award from the National Press Club, where he publicly denounced the asylum process. In 2005, Emilio wrote a series of articles documenting corruption in the Mexican army in his home state of Chihuahua. Emilio grabbed his vital documents and his 14-year-old son, and fled for the U.S. border. He refused to stop reporting, and, in 2008, received an urgent call from a friend who had heard that Emilio was about to be killed. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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