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Six thousand drug offenders are being released from federal custody today and    Monday   . Nearly a third will be turned over to immigration and likely deported.

Drug Offenders Released From Prison

Six thousand drug offenders are being released from federal custody today and Monday . Nearly a third will be turned over to immigration and likely deported.

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