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Government Halts Use of Dogs Around Detainees
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Government Halts Use of Dogs Around Detainees

Government Halts Use of Dogs Around Detainees

Government Halts Use of Dogs Around Detainees
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The day after the first story of NPR's investigation into the use of dogs to terrorize and attack people held in administrative detention in the U.S., the Homeland Security Department notified the Passaic County jail and other facilities contracted by the federal government to hold detainees to stop using dogs around detainees. NPR's Daniel Zwerdling reports.

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