Paterson Woman Gets Settlement on Fed Raids

December 18, 2012 at 11:00 AM

 

NEWARK, NJ – A Paterson couple are among eight people who will share a $295,000 settlement in a case alleging federal immigration officials illegally raided their homes, according to a story on app.com.

The story said immigration officers barged into Ana Galindo’s Paterson home, interrogated her about illegal immgrants and pointed a gun at her nine-year-old son.

Galindo and her husband, Walter Chavez, are permanent United States residents, the story said.

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