"We will never have more memories with my dad," said Neda Samimi-Gomez, a daughter of Kamyar Samimi, who died in ICE custody.
"Knowingly making it impossible to obtain necessary medical care is inhumane," said Lynn Cooley, Dean of Yale's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
"He told me he was going to participate in a hunger strike because of the abuse he endured in detention," said Roylan Hernandez-Diaz's wife, Yarelis Gutierrez.
ICE allegedly requested the records of several children attending Una Elementary School in Nashville, but the school turned them down.
Immigration lawyer Andrea Martinez says she was left with a fractured foot and lacerations after ICE agents allegedly shoved her outside one of the immigration agency's offices.
"We've been a little floored by the response," said Never Again Action Atlanta organizer Emily Baselt.
"I feared I was going to die," Rolando, 27, said of his experience in the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency's custody.
"You don't have to work for ICE. We will help you find a better job," Never Again Action is telling U.S. immigration workers.
Attitudes towards the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency fell largely along partisan lines.
"It is frustrating to see senseless acts of violence and other criminal activity happen in our communities," said acting ICE Director Matthew Albence.
"They're very frustrated when lawmakers, particularly, help these illegal criminal aliens to evade being taken into custody when it could be done without all of what you just watched, and done very peacefully and very calmly."
New York says ICE arrests around courthouses intimidate people from participating in the justice system.
"When the Trump campaign came into office on a wave of nativism and xenophobia and a war on immigration, the [private prison] market was revived," said Judy Greene, a criminal justice policy analyst and the founder of Justice Strategies.
"Our family was harassed, traumatized, and torn apart as the Milwaukee Police Department collaborated with ICE," said Kristine De la Cruz.
"These are hardworking people...They're just making their money and trying to save money for their families," said Los Brown Berets Chicago Captain Claudia Sandoval.
"My daughter is American born, if anything happened to me she would be all alone here," said Holly Ondaan.
"If you study the issue, you would thank ICE rather than vilify them," Thomas Homan insisted.
Eight people have died in ICE custody so far this year, compared to six deaths attributed to e-cigarette use.
"There's got to be ways to combat this instead of just pointing at the thing and saying, 'Well, now it's getting worse!'" the man said.
"They're actually resorting to violence and terroristic threats and they should be arrested for that," John Torres said. "They should be arrested."
"Despite the horror, the resilience is extraordinary. The community is rising," said Families Belong Together Communications Director Paola Luisi.
"Some of us were harmed tonight, but there are people ICE has detained that are harmed everyday," Amy Anthony told Newsweek. "That's why we're doing what we're doing, and we're going to keep doing it."
"It's something that we wish wasn't real, but it's something that people are actually facing now," said one student artist, Yazmillie Reyes.
Judge Shelley Joseph has pleaded not guilty to obstruction of justice.
"This disturbing public discourse shrouds our critical law enforcement function and unnecessarily puts our officers' safety at risk," ICE said in a statement.
Matthew Albence argued that ICE conducts "operations with professionalism, with compassion and with humanity."
Coulter previously wrote a book entitled "In Trump We Trust" back in 2016, but has since soured on the president.
More than 40 protesters were arrested by the NYPD, according to the Jews for Racial & Economic Justice rights group.
"Raids targeting workers and families are a waste of public resources that should instead be used to combat white nationalist terrorism," said Óscar Chacón, the executive director of Alianza Americas.
"The blame needs to be placed on the father," Thomas Homan said. "Her father came to this country illegally,