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Immigration-rights activist detained in O.C., marked for deportation
Immigration-rights activist detained in O.C., marked for deportation

An Orange County immigration-rights activist who had led protest marches across California was taken into custody and detained this week, and now is potentially facing deportation hearings. Luis Bravo, 22, was released hours after he was taken into custody at his Costa Mesa home during the early morning hours Thursday, but then released several hours later when supporters protested. Two agents from Immigration and Customs Enforcement took Bravo to ICE's Santa Ana office "to be photographed and processed, and they prepared paperwork to initiate deportation proceedings," said ICE spokeswoman Virginia Kice. "It will be up to the immigration court to determine whether...

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