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Trump administration ordered back to immigration detention, to restore hotline

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A Federal court in Los Angeles ordered the trump administration on Tuesday again, a hotline to connect set up for immigrants, prisoners, the disabled, after it was in an episode of “Orange Is the New Black.”

Freedom for the immigrants, the non-profit, ran to the hotline, the alleged U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) shut down in August after it was mentioned on the Netflix show, which featured a sign at an immigration detention center.

The character Maritza finds out about the hotline, which can be used to a free lawyer. The group works with the map to depict the plight of immigrants held in ICE facilities, it said in a statement.

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ICE in the first limited, the hotline number in certain facilities in Florida, before you completely shut down with two weeks of the season seven premiere episode, the group said.

A public telephone in the vicinity of inmates in a housing pod during a media tour of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention center in Tacoma, Washington. A Federal judge on Tuesday ordered the trump administration to restore a free hotline, which allows, detained immigrants report concerns about detention conditions after it was seen in the show “Orange Is the New Black. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, file)

“For too long, ICE cream censored invented our language, and to stop the imaginary rules of our programs. Today, the court saw through this charade and restore our national hotline,” said Christina Fialho, the co-founder and executive director of the non-profit organization.

The Agency, allegedly, the non-profit abused the line with three-way to call for detainees to speak with the family. The line was not recorded or monitored, so that the prisoners could speak with a lawyer about your case.

U.S. district court judge André Birotte, Jr., was made a temporary injunction of the line again, to say that the non-profit speech “was a substantial and motivating factor” behind the shutdown.

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He noted that detainees were forced to pay $1 per minute, call the group on a new line supervised by the government.

“This case should make us all remember that the Trump-the government said is not a law for themselves, but to the people and our Constitution”, Fialho.

It was not clear when the ICE is again the hotline. Notifications to the Agency from Fox News were not immediately returned.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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