Babe Howell, a professor at CUNY School of Law, thinks the arrests are “based on inaccurate information, including information from law enforcement gang databases, which are based on appearances and association rather than on criminal conduct.” In fact, she continued, “any conviction for a crime or criminality is not required. There’s no notice, or a review, or an ability to appeal, so there’s no way of correcting errors in the gang databases.”
ICE agents have even admitted the evidence is less than foolproof. Before one early morning raid targeting a 20-year-old suspected gang member earlier this month, Jason Molina, an assistant special agent in charge of the raid told CBS News, “Yes. We have information, we have pictures of him actually flashing
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