The Denver Post reports
at least one bogus arrest: a legal worker at the site of the Greeley, Colo. raid was cuffed, bused away and detained for the day, before being released that evening. Yesterday, a DHS spokesman told me
there had been no such incidents:
Sergio Rodriguez was taking a break about 8 a.m. near his position on a production line when ICE agents approached.
"One guy showed up and said, 'Why are you hiding there?' He put handcuffs on me and I still have the marks," he said, rolling up his left sleeve and pointing to a thin red line on his wrist.
Rodriguez, who said he has been in the United States for 27 years, said he didn't have his resident alien card with him. Although his wife brought the document to the plant, she wasn't allowed to give it to him, he said.
He said the agents told him they had a warrant for his arrest. He said he was taken to Denver and held until 8:30 p.m. Tuesday and then released.
Anyone hear of others?