Jailed Immigrants Allege Abuse In a two-part series, NPR's Daniel Zwerdling investigates allegations that immigrant detainees have been beaten by guards and bitten by dogs at two jails in New Jersey used by Homeland Security.

Hudson Jail Disciplines Guards in Detainee Abuse Case

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Government Halts Use of Dogs Around Detainees

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Immigrant Detainees Tell of Attack Dogs and Abuse

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