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After Hunger Strikes, Prisoners at Otay Mesa Detention Center Blocked from Communicating with Support Group

HeadlineJun 17, 2020
In immigration news, prisoners held at the Otay Mesa Detention Center in San Diego have reportedly been blocked from communicating with members of the group Otay Mesa Detention Resistance. The activist group has been instrumental in documenting the conditions at the privately run immigrant jail and offered support during recent hunger strikes. The facility has one of the largest coronavirus outbreaks of any immigration jail in the country. Click here to watch our interview with a member of the Otay Mesa Detention Resistance.
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