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2020-10-09 20:38:41.343402+00 by Dan Lyke 0 comments

ICE agents stopped a Black jogger in Boston. Authorities are demanding answers.

“They said that immigration isn’t the only thing that they investigate and proceeded to question me,” Apreala told WBUR.

Apreala gave the men his full name and address and then pulled out his phone to start recording the interaction. When they noticed him filming, Apreala said, they told him he was free to leave.

City Councilors Want Answers After Apparent 'Unlawful' Stop In West Roxbury

Boston City Councilor Matt O’Malley represents West Roxbury, where the incident occurred. In a tweet, O’Malley called the stop “unlawful” and said he would address the issue with federal representatives. City Councilor Michelle Wu, who recently announced her bid for Mayor of Boston, said in a tweet she’d also follow up with federal representatives to investigate the matter further.

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