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Cambodian Refugee

Sear Un, who fled the Cambodian genocide as an infant, has lived in the United States for 34 years, and is the father of two U.S. citizens, expecting a third, claims in a federal complaint that Immigration and Customs Enforcement is trying to deport him based on a 20-year-old burglary conviction

SAN DIEGO — Sear Un, who fled the Cambodian genocide as an infant, has lived in the United States for 34 years, and is the father of two U.S. citizens, expecting a third, claims in a federal complaint that Immigration and Customs Enforcement is trying to deport him based on a 20-year-old burglary conviction.

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