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College, Complex, and Doctor: Garet Bleir @GaretBleir 1/8 Yesterday, Francisco Galicia, a high school senior born in Dallas, TX called his mother for the first time after being released from nearly a month of illegal detainment in U.S. Concentration camps at the hands of CBP and ICE. He was held in "inhumane" conditions, he told me. South Texas 566 Veterans Drive 3:02 PM Jul 24, 2019 Twitter for iPhone Garet Bleir @GaretBleir 21h Replying to @GaretBleir 2/8 Francisco, a U.s. born citizen, was detained by Border Patrol on June 27th at a checkpoint in Falfurrias, Texas while driving with his friends on their way to a college soccer scouting event. At the checkpoint, he showed Border Patrol agents proof of his birth in the U... 1 Garet Bleir @GaretBleir 21h 3/8 he had on him - his Texas State ID, his wallet-sized birth certificate, and his social security card, but the agents told him they believed the documents weren't real, his attorney told me. For the entire three weeks he was held captive in CBP custody, Francisco was not... 1 Garet Bleir @GaretBleir 21h 4/8 allowed to use the phone, even for calls to his attorney or to his mother who feared he would be deported. It wasn't until Saturday, after being transferred to ICE custody, that he was allowed to make a collect phone call. 3 1 Garet Bleir @GaretBleir 21h 5/8 Despite multiple attempts by family members and his attorney to give further proof of his U.S. citizenship, it wasn't until the attorney took this to the news media and grassroots activists throughout Texas that ICE finally released Francisco, she says. 1 t 1 4 Garet Bleir @GaretBleir 21h 6/8 The attorney was told that she would have to present the documents to ICE officials upon arrival at South Texas Detention Complex in Pearsall, TX but after a handful of activists and reporters arrived at the detention facility... 9 1 3 Garet Bleir @GaretBleir 21h 7/8. we watched as ICE officials released Francisco without even speaking to the attorney. This further shows that the officials not only had the proper documentation for his release, they also knew that they had the proper documentation and that he was a U.S. citizen. 1 t 2 5 Garet Bleir @GaretBleir 21h 8/8 I'll be sharing more updates soon, along with videos and photos showing what happened while we were there as soon as possible. Photo: Garet Bleir - Journalism arctic-hands: swan2swan: swan2swan: If you haven’t seen this story, look up his name: Francisco Galicia.  Expect to see him come 2020, when the debates begin and the political battle heats up. Expect to see him in a suit testifying in court, or before Congress. This young man is a witness and a victim, and the fact that this isn’t a more prominent story on every news station is what truly frightens me. From The Dallas News: Galicia says he lost 26 pounds during that time in a South Texas immigrant detention center because officers didn’t provide him with enough food. He said he wasn’t allowed to shower and his skin was dry and dirty. He and 60 other men were crammed into an overcrowded holding area where they slept on the floor and were given only aluminum-foil blankets, he said. Some men had to sleep on the restroom area floor. Ticks bit some of the men and some were very sick, Galicia said. But many were afraid to ask to go to the doctor because CBP officers told them their stay would start over if they did, he said. I would remind you that concentration camps are actually real.  “I told them we had rights and asked to make a phone call. But they told us, ‘You don’t have rights to anything’,” Francisco Galicia said. This is happening. [the screencapped tweets are in initial link]
College, Complex, and Doctor: Garet Bleir
 @GaretBleir
 1/8 Yesterday, Francisco Galicia, a high school senior born in
 Dallas, TX called his mother for the first time after being
 released from nearly a month of illegal detainment in U.S.
 Concentration camps at the hands of CBP and ICE. He was
 held in "inhumane" conditions, he told me.
 South Texas
 566 Veterans Drive
 3:02 PM Jul 24, 2019 Twitter for iPhone

 Garet Bleir @GaretBleir 21h
 Replying to @GaretBleir
 2/8 Francisco, a U.s. born citizen, was detained by Border Patrol on June 27th at a
 checkpoint in Falfurrias, Texas while driving with his friends on their way to a college
 soccer scouting event. At the checkpoint, he showed Border Patrol agents proof of
 his birth in the U...
 1
 Garet Bleir @GaretBleir 21h
 3/8 he had on him - his Texas State ID, his wallet-sized birth certificate, and his social
 security card, but the agents told him they believed the documents weren't real, his
 attorney told me. For the entire three weeks he was held captive in CBP custody,
 Francisco was not...
 1
 Garet Bleir @GaretBleir 21h
 4/8 allowed to use the phone, even for calls to his attorney or to his mother who
 feared he would be deported. It wasn't until Saturday, after being transferred to ICE
 custody, that he was allowed to make a collect phone call.
 3
 1
 Garet Bleir @GaretBleir 21h
 5/8 Despite multiple attempts by family members and his attorney to give further
 proof of his U.S. citizenship, it wasn't until the attorney took this to the news media
 and grassroots activists throughout Texas that ICE finally released Francisco, she says.
 1
 t 1
 4

 Garet Bleir @GaretBleir 21h
 6/8 The attorney was told that she would have to present the documents to ICE
 officials upon arrival at South Texas Detention Complex in Pearsall, TX but after a
 handful of activists and reporters arrived at the detention facility...
 9 1
 3
 Garet Bleir @GaretBleir 21h
 7/8. we watched as ICE officials released Francisco without even speaking to the
 attorney. This further shows that the officials not only had the proper documentation
 for his release, they also knew that they had the proper documentation and that he
 was a U.S. citizen.
 1
 t 2
 5
 Garet Bleir @GaretBleir 21h
 8/8 I'll be sharing more updates soon, along with videos and photos showing what
 happened while we were there as soon as possible. Photo: Garet Bleir - Journalism
arctic-hands:
swan2swan:

swan2swan:

If you haven’t seen this story, look up his name: Francisco Galicia. 
Expect to see him come 2020, when the debates begin and the political battle heats up. Expect to see him in a suit testifying in court, or before Congress. This young man is a witness and a victim, and the fact that this isn’t a more prominent story on every news station is what truly frightens me.

From The Dallas News:

Galicia says he lost 26 pounds during that time in a South Texas immigrant detention center because officers didn’t provide him with enough food. 
He said he wasn’t allowed to shower and his skin was dry and dirty. 
He and 60 other men were crammed into an overcrowded holding area where they slept on the floor and were given only aluminum-foil blankets, he said. Some men had to sleep on the restroom area floor.
Ticks bit some of the men and some were very sick, Galicia said. But many were afraid to ask to go to the doctor because CBP officers told them their stay would start over if they did, he said. 

I would remind you that concentration camps are actually real. 


“I told them we had rights and asked to make a phone call. But they told us, ‘You don’t have rights to anything’,” Francisco Galicia said.


This is happening.


[the screencapped tweets are in initial link]

arctic-hands: swan2swan: swan2swan: If you haven’t seen this story, look up his name: Francisco Galicia.  Expect to see him come 2020, whe...

Bailey Jay, Community, and Energy: strongblacklead Liked by chance_perdomo and 8,854 others strongblacklead A warlock with the face of an angel. @chance-perdomo #caos Comments bigbrotherzook He ain't black 5d 1 like Reply Hide replies chance-perdomo # @bigbrotherzook Sorry my lack of gold chains & grills are misleading to your limited concept of blackness 5d 406 likes Reply View previous replies (26) bigbrotherzook @duffboy3 i could care less about how "black" he is but he isn't lol.. that all I'm saying 5d Reply colorsandfruit @bigbrotherzook u can't tell anyone how black they are. If you have African DNA and a black parent then you are black period. U commenting on his blackness means nothing because his hair strands say black. This whole thread is you justifying how he isn't black when you could be using your energy somewhere else. No matter what you say he's perceived as black and has a black parent so he's black. It's not a matter of opinion it's fact. r U might as well delete your comment because you're gonna continue to be dragged. 5d 23 likes Reply bigbrotherzook @colorsandfruit girl shit up and stay in a woman's place, this does not concern you. 5d 1 like Reply chance_perdomo Alrighty, imma just get it out of the way. "Chains & grills" comment was supposed to be in poor taste 1: this is the stereotype perpetuated by societal remnants of archaic colonial- thinking. There is no set "book- cover" with which to judge the African diaspora & their descendants 2: @bigbrotherzook 's comments shit on & divide members of the community much like the "colonial masters" would want. THE CYCLE PERPETUATES Prove my Blackness? it's Very reminiscent of Trump's obsession with Obama's Birth certificate, no? clear something up for you: I AM a Black child, raised by a Latina Mother, educated in a VERY white society. Always one of 5 "black kids" in all of my schools. Seen as black by their community, seen as white in my own cause I didn't "act black", had lighter pigmentation & didn't do the dance the colonial masters would have wanted. For refusing to perpetuate poisonous ideologies & archaic beliefs. Call me biracial by all means, it's really no sweat off my back - imma do me, be me & you can call me whatever helps you sleep better. What I have qualms with is your divisive mentality perpetuating the problem. & please don't ever disrespect a woman not even in the comments Not only is that shitty as a Man...but it perpetuates the "black men ain't shit" narrative. 4d 94 likes Reply ambrosechance:
Bailey Jay, Community, and Energy: strongblacklead
 Liked by chance_perdomo and 8,854 others
 strongblacklead A warlock with the face of an angel.
 @chance-perdomo #caos

 Comments
 bigbrotherzook He ain't black
 5d 1 like Reply
 Hide replies
 chance-perdomo #
 @bigbrotherzook Sorry my lack of
 gold chains & grills are misleading
 to your limited concept of blackness
 5d 406 likes Reply

 View previous replies (26)
 bigbrotherzook @duffboy3 i could
 care less about how "black" he is
 but he isn't lol.. that all I'm saying
 5d Reply
 colorsandfruit @bigbrotherzook u
 can't tell anyone how black they
 are. If you have African DNA and a
 black parent then you are black
 period. U commenting on his
 blackness means nothing because
 his hair strands say black. This
 whole thread is you justifying how
 he isn't black when you could be
 using your energy somewhere else.
 No matter what you say he's
 perceived as black and has a black
 parent so he's black. It's not a
 matter of opinion it's fact. r U
 might as well delete your comment
 because you're gonna continue to
 be dragged.
 5d 23 likes Reply
 bigbrotherzook @colorsandfruit girl
 shit up and stay in a woman's place,
 this does not concern you.
 5d 1 like Reply

 chance_perdomo Alrighty, imma
 just get it out of the way. "Chains &
 grills" comment was supposed to
 be in poor taste 1: this is the
 stereotype perpetuated by societal
 remnants of archaic colonial-
 thinking. There is no set "book-
 cover" with which to judge the
 African diaspora & their
 descendants
 2: @bigbrotherzook 's comments
 shit on & divide members of the
 community much like the "colonial
 masters" would want. THE
 CYCLE PERPETUATES Prove
 my Blackness? it's Very reminiscent
 of Trump's obsession with Obama's
 Birth certificate, no?
 clear something up for you: I AM a
 Black child, raised by a Latina
 Mother, educated in a VERY white
 society. Always one of 5 "black
 kids" in all of my schools. Seen as
 black by their community, seen as
 white in my own cause I didn't "act
 black", had lighter pigmentation &
 didn't do the dance the colonial
 masters would have wanted. For
 refusing to perpetuate poisonous
 ideologies & archaic beliefs. Call me
 biracial by all means, it's really no
 sweat off my back - imma do me,
 be me & you can call me whatever
 helps you sleep better. What I have
 qualms with is your divisive

 mentality perpetuating the problem.
 & please don't ever disrespect a
 woman not even in the comments
 Not only is that shitty as a Man...but
 it perpetuates the "black men ain't
 shit" narrative.
 4d 94 likes Reply
ambrosechance:

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