“Now, these are everyday scenes in the city: An Ecuadorian man gets arrested while delivering pizza in Brooklyn. A Chinese father of two is detained during an interview to become a legal permanent resident. Across the boroughs, there have been reports of Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents appearing in courthouses, workplaces, neighborhood streets, even a church, according to one advocacy group, sowing panic.” The Marshall Project and NY Mag: New York on Ice.

+ The New Yorker: “But investigators at a separate ice unit … have carried out a much less visible mission during the past nine years, targeting human-rights offenders who came to America from dozens of countries.” The Painstaking Hunt for War Criminals in the United States. (So in many cases, ICE is targeting both human rights offenders and the victims of their abuse who came to America for shelter.)