ICE investigating after attorney says her foot was broken in scuffle with agent

a couple at a nice Detention Center left an attorney with a broken foot and a pregnant woman and her son deported the two women in the scuffle say it wasn’t supposed to happen this morning I never ever thought that I would have a physical assault before being deported to Honduras the toddler was carried and by his stepfather Louise also in the country We Believe to have that moment be so tarnished by an ice officer assaulting us it really scared him and I think it further traumatized him after her fall claims ice agent Everett Chase forced her away from the three-year-old after he was taken inside but minutes later Martinez join the family I saw Louis there was a step dad Kenya who is the prank mom and the three-year-old Noah I’ll hugging can you and Noah were sent to KCI without their luggage and some of Noah’s toys for their part I said they’re still Gathering facts and won’t answer questions until their investigation is over if Kenya wants to seek Asylum again she has to go to the border and talked to agents telling them she’s an asylum-seeker in Kansas City Missouri Caroline Sweeney KCTV5 news
An attorney says she was injured by an ICE officer while waiting to reunite her client with the woman’s 3-year-old son, whom she hadn’t seen in over a month. Caroline Sweeney reports for KCTV.

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