The Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) sent a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to ICE in early September 2016 asking for records from the fiscal year 2011 to the day ICE begins its search for records that were responsive to:
Any and all original records showing the number of offenses committed or attempted against ICE agents and non-agent staff by undocumented, or suspected, to be immigrants. Please include any and all details possible related to the offenses and associated harm caused.
The public-interest legal education and advocacy law firm and supporting organization of the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) said: “ICE could not find any documents that related to assaults committed against ICE agents.”
“This non-tracking policy’s a huge insult to victimized agents and their families,” said IRLI General Counsel Dale Wilcox. ... Read the full story by Bob Price