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Former ICE detainee claims major surgery was done without her consent

CBS News Friday, 25 September 2020
An ICE detention facility in Georgia is coming under fire after being accused of performing unwanted medical procedures. In an exclusive interview, Mireya Villarreal speaks with a former detainee who claims the doctors performed a major surgery without her consent.
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