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FIFTH MIGRANT WOMAN ALLEGES SEXUAL ASSAULT AGAINST NURSE AT ICE JAIL

By José OlivaresJohn Washington

THREE WOMEN MADE complaints through official channels about sexual assault allegations against a nurse at a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement jail in Georgia, according to government documents and a spokesperson for CoreCivic, the private prison company that operates the Stewart Detention Center.

Two of the internal complaints, one in late December 2021 and one in January 2022, were revealed last week in a letter alleging sexual misconduct by the nurse made to the Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, or CRCL, at the Department of Homeland Security, ICE’s parent agency. The letter was first reported by The Intercept. Two other women who did not file internal complaints also came forward in the letter, meaning that with the revelation of the third internal complaint, a total of at least five women have made sexual assault allegations against the nurse at Stewart.

The documents and interviews also demonstrate that CoreCivic gave at times incorrect information to news organizations…

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