The Guardian: “At Homan Square, a nondescript warehouse on the city’s west side, police arrest or detain people for hours without booking or otherwise posting public notifications of their whereabouts, preventing their relatives knowing where they are.
Numerous lawyers reported difficulties getting basic information about their clients from Homan Square, with three saying they had personally been turned away by police from entering the building even as their clients were inside. Police denied access to a Guardian reporter who showed up at the facility to seek answers.
This is definitely the kind of practice that you would expect the Justice Department to look into.”
Opinion: Homan Square is definitely not what we would expect this Justice department to look into since it is a place where the US constitution and basic human rights have absolutely no access.