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Trump election fraud commission wants personal information from Colorado, US voter rolls

DENVER – The vice chair of President Donald Trump’s controversial Election Integrity Commission wants the full name, address, date of birth, affiliated political party, last four Social Security number digits and voting history since 2006 of every voter not only in Colorado, but in the entire U.S., and wants that information to be made available […]

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Federal prosecutors appeal Uzbek terror suspect’s imminent release in Colorado

DENVER – U.S. Justice Department prosecutors on Monday appealed the granting of bail to Uzbek terrorism suspect Jamshid Muhtorov, and his release was postponed Monday to later this week in order to give the court more time to be sure that his home is an acceptable place for him to stay while he awaits trial on a terrorism charge. U.S. […]

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Undocumented Denver-area woman with 3 kids deported to Mexico

DENVER – The Denver-area mother of several children arrested by federal immigration agents last Wednesday during a routine check-in was deported to Mexico on Friday, a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) spokesman said Sunday. Ilse Cristina Rodriguez-Sagarnaga, 30, (also known as Isle Christina by ICE) was removed to Juarez, Mexico via El Paso, Texas on Friday, said ICE […]

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Undocumented mother of 3 U.S. citizens in process of being deported

UPDATE: Rodriguez-Sagarnaga has been transported to Arizona where she is expected to be immediately deported to Mexico, according to her attorney. — DENVER – Another undocumented woman, who is the mother of three U.S.-citizen children, was arrested Wednesday by immigration agents in Denver and faces immediate deportation. Ilse Cristina Rodriguez-Sagarnaga, 30, was arrested by U.S. Immigration […]

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Uzbek terrorism suspect Jamshid Muhtorov ordered to be released from Colorado custody after 5+ years

DENVER – A federal judge in Denver on Friday ordered the release of a refugee from Uzbekistan first jailed in 2012 on suspicions he was providing support to an Islamic jihadist group overseas, and who has yet to face a trial on the charges. Jamshid Muhtorov will remain in U.S. Marshals custody until U.S. District […]

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ICE will continue immigration roundups at courthouses despite pleas from Denver officials

DENVER – A U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement official respectfully declined to order a stop to his agents’ ongoing presence at Denver courthouses—something Denver’s officials called for in a letter to the agency in early April. Matthew T. Albence, the Executive Associate Director at ICE, replied to the April 6 letter from Denver Mayor Michael […]

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Sen. Bennet files legislation to help Arturo Hernandez-Garcia, Colorado man facing deportation

DENVER – U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet has filed a private bill aimed at keeping a Denver-area man picked up for deportation by federal immigration agents this week from being removed from the country. Arturo Hernandez-Garcia, 44, was detained at work by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents earlier this week. Bennet filed private legislation – […]

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Denver police chief allays concern within undocumented community over deportation fears

DENVER – Denver’s mayor praised a federal judge’s decision Tuesday to block an executive order by President Donald Trump that would strip federal funding from so-called sanctuary cities – just around the same time that the city’s police chief tried to calm fears in Denver’s immigrant communities. Denver Police Chief Robert White laid out the […]

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Undocumented father who sought sanctuary in Denver church detained by ICE at work

CENTENNIAL, Colo. – An undocumented man who was the first in Colorado to seek sanctuary from deportation when he did so in 2015 was detained at work Wednesday by U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agents. It was quite the change of course for Arturo Hernandez-Garcia, who was told in 2015 after nine months of being […]

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Undocumented mother of 4 from Aurora has been deported from US by ICE agents

AURORA, Colo. – An undocumented mother of four who has spent much of the past two decades in Aurora has been deported and removed from the country by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The lawyer for Maria de Jesus Jimenez-Sanchez confirmed to Denver7 Tuesday that she was deported on April 18 – five days after […]

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