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June 10, 2020

It’s much worse than lying: Trump is trying to drown you in BS
By Erik Schermn

The critical area of immigration asylum decisions is another hotbed of disregard and ineptitude in which Immigration Court data goes missing, month after month, according to the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse of Syracuse University. An April 2020 release of data was missing 68,282 relief applications that had been present at the end of March 2020. That represents tens of thousands of immigrants applying for asylum who have now been legally and informationally disappeared. “We request that you take immediate action to prevent any possible further loss of data,” the organization wrote James McHenry, the director of the Executive Office for Immigration Review. “TRAC is greatly concerned that failure to do so could irreparably harm the integrity of the Immigration Court’s data.”

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