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An illegal immigrant is incorporated in Texas, and was deported back to his native country, Romania, escaped from the custody of ICE agents at Chicago’s O’hare International Airport earlier this month, according to the report.

Radu Anghel, 32, was given away by two agents of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement after a request for the use of the toilet, the reports said.

His flight was seen on the surveillance video, which also caught Anghel from a taxi ride away from the airport. He remains at large, reports said.

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The Chicago police assisted ICE in the attempt to re-Anghel, before he took off, but were unsuccessful, the Chicago Tribune reported.

The incident took place on June 10, just 11 days before the beginning of the new Mayor of Chicago, Lori Lightfoot, who took office in May, announced plans for the city and the police department not to cooperate with federal immigration authorities.

“We are all aware of the threat posed by the President, the Trump and the raids by ICE, and, in response, Chicago has taken concrete steps to support our minority ethnic communities,” Lightfoot wrote last Friday, in a series of tweets, explaining the city’s new policy.

After the President, He called off the planned ICE raids around the nation on Saturday, Lightfoot went to a few of Chicago’s ethnic neighborhoods, and distributed “Know your rights” leaflets, the Tribune reported.

He issued a Twitter post that the raids which were postponed “at the request of the Democratic party, in the hope that the negotiations with the Republicans over revisions to the existing Shelter and loophole in the law,” issues in the U.S.-mexico border.

According to Chicago’s WMAQ-TV, Anghel was first deported in February after he was arrested for overstaying a temporary visa. However, he was re-arrested May 10 on the outskirts of the city of Roma, Texas, where he would remain until his scheduled deportation, on 10 June.

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He was assigned to the Chicago airport, as part of his deportation back to Romania when he escaped, the reports said.

It was unclear whether or not the two ICE agents would have to be self-disciplined, or Anghel, was beaten up during a transport, according to WMAQ.

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