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Political Asylum

An Iraqi-born political asylee and legal permanent U.S. resident who served as a guide for U.S. troops, and whose brother was murdered and father tortured by the Islamic State group in revenge for it, filed a habeas petition seeking relief from a private prison in Conroe, Texas.

HOUSTON — An Iraqi-born political asylee and legal permanent U.S. resident who served as a guide for U.S. troops, and whose brother was murdered and father tortured by the Islamic State group in revenge for it, filed a habeas petition seeking relief from a private prison in Conroe, Texas.

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