Ill and in Pain, Detainee Dies in U.S. Hands | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Ill and in Pain, Detainee Dies in U.S. Hands

In April, Mr. Ng began complaining of excruciating back pain. By mid-July, he could no longer walk or stand. And last Wednesday, two days after his 34th birthday, he died in the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement in a Rhode Island hospital, his spine fractured and his body riddled with cancer that had gone undiagnosed and untreated for months.

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