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ICE arrested Hispanic a week after releasing him for “mistake”


  • A Hispanic immigrant was detained by ICE a week after being released “by mistake” and now faces deportation.
  • Dayron Naranjo, 28, is back in ICE custody after federal agents came to look for him at his home.
  • A close friend of the young man assures that Naranjo is being “psychologically tortured”.

The Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service (ICE, for its acronym in English) arrested a Hispanic immigrant a week after being released “by mistake” and now faces deportation, his family and friends who fear for the life of the young.

Cuban Dayron Naranjo, 28, is again in ICE custody after federal agents arrived to look for him last Tuesday, October 20, at the family home where he was staying, in Louisville (Kentucky).

“The agents told me that they had to take Dayron away because by mistake a judge had released him,” Misleidy David Dodier, a close friend of the young man, told Efe.

Dodier also shared his concern because he assures that Naranjo is being “psychologically tortured.”

He added that on Thursday he contacted Naranjo and that he had expressed his wishes “to take his own life” because he was going to be deported to his country of origin on November 19.

“Four ICE patrols came to my house to look for him. He started crying and didn’t understand why they were taking him away again. This is not normal, they are doing it to torture him, ”he said.

Naranjo’s woman and compatriot showed official documents showing that the Cuban left a detention center in Louisiana with a supervisory order from ICE.

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Naranjo left Cuba on January 23, 2018 along with his other two triplet brothers.

Before arriving in the United States, they visited seven other countries: Guyana, Brazil, Uruguay -where they lived for 19 months-, Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala and Mexico, from where they crossed the border and surrendered to the immigration authorities.




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