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California Raid Results in Hundreds of Deportations

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California Raid Results in Hundreds of Deportations

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California Raid Results in Hundreds of Deportations

California Raid Results in Hundreds of Deportations

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Immigration officials are conducting a series of raids dubbed "Operation Return to Sender." One of the biggest took place this week in Southern California, where more than 750 illegal immigrants were arrested and will be (or have been) deported.

John Torres, second in command at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, talks with Madeleine Brand.

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