Video: Jailed Texas Imam Speaks from Immigration Prison


We look at the case of Sheikh Zoubir Bouchikhi, who has been held without bail at a private immigration prison in Houston for the past four months. Bouchikhi, a native of Algeria, has lived in the United States for the past eleven years and has four children, three of them American-born citizens. In 2007, he received notice that the US Citizenship and Immigration Services had denied his application for permanent residency status. He was arrested by immigration authorities in December 2008. He has been held without bail ever since. He speaks from immigration jail in his first national broadcast interview.

Click here to read the transcript, or here to listen to the audio. You can watch the video here.

 


Be the first to comment

Please check your e-mail for a link to activate your account.