"I don't feel safe anywhere," said Camilo Dunoyer, 18, whose family's story was recently featured in a Netflix documentary on what it's like to be undocumented in the U.S.
"Being out, we can go wherever we want to go, eat whatever we want to eat. It's the freedom of being out," Gurjant Singh and fellow released detainee Ajay Kumar said in a joint statement.
"The immediate and extreme impact an immigration enforcement action has on an individual and their family is not lost on our officers," the letter states.
"The day will culminate with a rally set to flood Jeff Bezos' Washington, D.C. home with somber reminders of the damage induced by his company," protest organizers say.
"Abhorrent that you use a day of remembrance for the victims and heroes to shamelessly plug and justify your attacks on communities of color," the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services said.
"These hyper-realistic devices will allow the teams to have those experiences in real-world conditions without the real-world casualties," a document outlining the plan for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency's new training facility states.
This is not the first time the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency has failed to properly redact a document.
Protesters said that at least two vehicles drove towards demonstrators as they blocked parking lot entrances and exits.
The family was on their way to a doctor's appointment for their daughter when their vehicle was blocked in by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents.
"We don't know how many arrests... We don't know how many targets are out there," Matthew Albence said.
"The family don't bother nobody, they work every day, they come home, the kids jump on their trampoline, it's just a community," one neighbor said.
Both companies have defended themselves against criticism of their lucrative contracts with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.
Invoking language historically used to stigmatize immigrant populations, Ingraham likened letting migrants enter the U.S. to playing Russian Roulette.
"They followed the legal checklist by first presenting themselves at a point of entry, and this is how America is paying them back–with cruelty and disrespect for the law," said Southern Poverty Law Center Senior Supervising Attorney Luz Virginia Lopez.
"When you start preaching 'open borders,' 'we won't detain you,' that's when more people come and that's when we're going to lose the border," Tom Homan said.
"We do not want to see our publicly owned airport used for the wholesale deportation of immigrant detainees," said King County Executive Dow Constantine.
"I miss my work and I miss being able to help my community," journalist Manuel Duran said.
"This is how ICE uses the money that funds the agency: to terrorize immigrant communities," said immigration advocacy group United We Dream.
Knowing their rights "could be the difference between a community member being detained or deported or going home to their family," Bryan MacCormack, the executive director of the Columbia County Sanctuary Movement, said.
But a growing number of local law enforcement departments have vowed to stop cooperating with ICE due to the agency's implementation of Trump's hard-line immigration policies.
"I'm desperate. I want to be with my daughter already," one mother told immigration legal services organization Al Otro Lado.
"ICE is required to meet basic standards of care for minor noncitizens in its custody," a letter from three major immigration advocacy groups states. "It repeatedly has demonstrated an inability to do so."
"She felt she had to stand up for herself and for other people," Emmanuel Santos said of his wife, Rosiane Santos, who is now facing deportation.
It is unclear what occurred in the moments leading up to the deadly shooting.
"El Paso and our country are better than this," Democratic Representative Veronica Escobar said.
"These courts are already short-staffed trying to clean up from the government shutdown's mess. It's a perfect storm," said Ruby Powers, a Houston-based immigration attorney.
"They are not well. Their bodies are really weak, they can't talk, and they have been hospitalized, back and forth," a relative of two detainees told the Associated Press.
"Common sense should have told them this was not a good idea," immigration lawyer Greg Siskind said.