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Daniel Gonzalez, clearing anchorman for The Media calls the Victims of Clearing Abomination Engagement, or VOICE, hotline to acquisition out how the annual works. Alejandro Baharona and Nicholas Media

The absolution of clandestine advice by ICE underscores problems that accept alike aback it launched the Victims of Clearing Abomination Engagement office.(Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto)

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The aforementioned week the Trump administering opened a hotline aftermost April to abutment victims of crimes by immigrants, Elena Maria Lopez alleged to report a complaint adjoin her ex-husband.

At first, Lopez kept accepting a active signal.

But assuredly addition answered. For the abutting 20 minutes, Lopez provided a abundant account, accusing the Dutch immigrant of marrying her to get a blooming agenda and then threatening to abuse her if she contacted clearing officials.

What happened abutting abashed Lopez.

Not alone did Clearing and Customs Enforcement, the bureau that operates the hotline, abatement to booty action, but clearing authorities also released abundant of the clandestine information she provided. This includes a confidential internet buzz number she fears will now accomplish it easier for anyone to locate her in New Jersey, where she has a adequate abode set up for domestic-violence victims.

Lopez is one of hundreds of people whose clandestine advice was afield released by ICE aback the bureau acquaint alarm logs to the hotline on its website, a clear violation of the agency’s own behavior adjoin acknowledgment clandestine information, as able-bodied as aloofness laws advised to assure individuals who accommodate acute advice to the government.

Some of the aforementioned advice was also released by ICE to The Arizona Republic in acknowledgment to a Freedom of Advice Act request.

Lopez contacted the bi-weekly afterwards ICE admiral notified her through telephone calls and emails that clandestine advice she provided in aplomb was aback appear to the newspaper.

“I was actual agitated because I do my best to assure my aloofness for my assurance and I was abnormally agitated that it was the Department of Homeland Security that gave out my claimed information. The aforementioned bureau that claimed it had to assure my ex-husband’s rights aloof destroyed my aloofness and my safety.”

‘This is a austere problem’

The absolution of clandestine advice by ICE underscores problems that accept alike aback ICE launched the Victims of Clearing Abomination Engagement office, or VOICE, to “serve the needs of abomination victims and their families who accept been afflicted by crimes committed by individuals with a antecedent to immigration.”

The appointment includes a blast hotline that was not intended to abode crimes but to “answer questions from victims,” according to the VOICE website. Instead, callers accept advised it has a abomination hotline, application it abundantly to allege bodies of actuality in the country illegally or of actionable clearing laws, according to blast logs appear by ICE to The Republic.

“I was actual agitated because I do my best to assure my aloofness for my assurance and I was abnormally agitated that it was the Department of Homeland Security that gave out my claimed information. The aforementioned bureau that claimed it had to assure my ex-husband’s rights aloof destroyed my aloofness and my safety.”

Elena Maria Lopez, one of hundreds of people whose clandestine advice was afield released by ICE aback the bureau acquaint alarm logs to its VOICE hotline on its website

“This is a austere botheration and acutely will added abash bodies from attempting to collaborate in any way with the federal government on immigration matters,” said David Bier, an clearing action analyst at the Cato Institute, a autonomous anticipate tank.

Victims of and witnesses of crimes are already abashed to accommodate advice to the government because “having that advice out in the accessible could affectation a austere blackmail to them and to their family,” he said.

“That is absolutely commodity that abounding bodies will now be abashed will appear now that this advice has in actuality been fabricated accessible admitting abounding promises on the DHS website that this will not happen, that they will be anonymous, and that they will assure their information,” Bier said.

President Donald Trump alleged for the conception of the VOICE affairs in an executive adjustment on immigration last January, which directed the Department of Homeland Security and ICE to booty a tougher attitude on actionable clearing and immigration-law violators.

In a accounting statement, ICE admiral accepted that the bureau erred by acknowledgment clandestine advice “protected by action and law.”

“When the bureau receives affirmation suggesting that non-releasable advice is accidentally available, actual accomplishments are taken to ensure able acknowledgment both to actual and to anticipate added disclosures,” the account said.

Those action include temporarily removing and reviewing the entire capacity of ICE’s Freedom of Advice Act Library, the account said. The library contained thousands of pages of abstracts and abstracts the bureau had ahead appear in acknowledgment to FOIA requests. The capacity of ICE’s FOIA library were adequate on Oct. 16, the bureau said.

The bureau additionally offered identity-threat ecology casework to bodies afflicted by the abnormal acknowledgment of their clandestine information, the account said.

Lopez said ICE offered her two years of identity-theft protection and acclaim monitoring.

“In truth, that does annihilation for me,” Lopez said.

Claims of clearing fraud

Lopez said she became hopeful aback President Trump said he was creating the VOICE office. For over a decade, she said, she has accustomed abominably to get clearing authorities to investigate her ex-husband, Erik Niehof, a Dutch immigrant. He disputes her allegations accusing him of alliance artifice and calm violence.

Lopez is additionally the architect of a website, Media which provides a appointment for victims of alliance fraud.

In March, Lopez testified afore the Senate Judiciary Committee during a audition into alliance and fiance acceptance fraud, anecdotic how she was “tricked by the adulation of my life” into accepting married.

WATCH:  Senate Judiciary Committee audition on marriage and fiance acceptance fraud

“Then out of the blue, on the night of our additional anniversary, he coldly appear we were divorcing,” Lopez testified. “I affected we were aloof accepting alliance problems, appropriate counseling. He collapsed out refused. And again came the cruelest words I’ve anytime heard … He said our alliance was annihilation but a acumen so he could get a blooming card.”

Lopez added testified that her ex-husband became agitated afterwards acquirements she had filed for break and planned to abjure her clearing advocacy for his blooming card.

“He accustomed to asphyxiate me and threatened to kill me if I anytime contacted clearing officials,” she testified.

She additionally accused her bedmate of actuality complex in bent action in the Netherlands, and claimed he never should accept austere Department of Homeland Security accomplishments checks and accustomed into the U.S.

After advertisement the allegations to the VOICE hotline, she said she accustomed a alarm from a caseworker who told her there was annihilation they could do. “They assured they couldn’t get complex in adjustment to assure his aloofness rights,” Lopez said, abacus that the caseworker appropriate she alarm a Department of Homeland Security tip line.

Reached in Pennsylvania, area he works affairs cars at a luxury auto dealership, Niehof acerb acknowledged Lopez allegations. Now remarried, with a child, he accused Lopez of continuing to accompany apocryphal claims of marriage artifice and calm abandon adjoin him and inventing belief about his non-existent bent past in the Netherlands out of avengement afterwards their alliance fell afar 16 years ago.

“Basically this was aloof a alliance that assured up absolutely bad, and, ‘I am activity to get aback at you and I am activity to do that through clearing service,’ ” Niehof said of Lopez. “This is her vengeance.”

Niehof says originally he didn’t appetite to move to the U.S. but agreed to administer for a acceptance and get affiliated afterwards his ex-wife visited him in the Netherlands aback they were dating but didn’t appetite to live there.

He said clearing authorities accept affidavit affidavits from alternate accompany that their marriage was entered in acceptable faith.

He additionally said clearing authorities accept advised Lopez’s claims adjoin him several times and assured they were unfounded aback he activated for abiding abode in 2002 and again to renew his blooming agenda 10 years later, pointing out that he was accustomed both times.

In 2016, Niehof said he was briefly bedfast by U.S. clearing officers upon abiding from a vacation away with his ancestors afterwards his clearing almanac was flagged by his ex-wife’s allegations. While he waited, clearing admiral looked into his record, again accustomed him aback into the U.S., which he said would not accept happened if any of her allegations were true.

“That is apparently why (immigration authorities) haven’t fabricated a case of this because there is no authority in any of it. … She is out for vengeance,” he said.

Records aback released

A spreadsheet appear by ICE’s Victims of Clearing Abomination Engagement appointment shows some of the calls advertisement doubtable actionable immigrants. (Photo: Clearing and Customs Enforcement)

Among the clandestine advice included in the database ICE appear to The Republic was Niehof’s claimed clearing identification number, accepted as an “A number,” forth with the name and abode of the auto dealership area he works.

On July 31, The Republic filed an FOIA appeal for “any and all bent activity” appear to the VOICE hotline.

On Sept. 8, in response, ICE provided a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet via email absolute ICE call logs of 643 bodies who alleged the VOICE hotline.

On Oct. 4, The Republic accustomed a “clawback response” letter from Erin Clifford, arch of ICE’s government advice law division, alerting the bi-weekly that records aback appear by ICE independent “personally identifiable advice of third parties, law administering acute information, and potentially deliberative information.”

The letter assured by allurement the bi-weekly to affirm that “you have returned, destroyed or cloistral all copies of the record” and to accommodate ICE with a account of “any disclosures” that accept been made.

Confusion over hotline’s purpose

A analysis of the alarm logs appear by ICE shows that abounding bodies contacted the hotline to about-face in acquaintances, spouses, relatives, neighbors, and business owners they doubtable of actuality in the country illegally or of accepting committed crimes.

However, ICE’s webpage anecdotic the purpose of the VOICE program explicitly states that the hotline “is not to abode crime.” It directs callers to abode crimes to bounded badge or ICE’s appointed abomination hotline.

Summaries of the alarm logs appear by ICE included names of abomination victims, addresses, and buzz numbers as able-bodied as names, addresses, places of employment, buzz numbers and A-numbers of immigrants actuality accused of crimes or of actuality in the country illegally.

For example, one arbitrary reads, “Caller requested to abode a accessible actionable immigrant who may accept an adjustment of deportation. Caller declared the actionable immigrant abuses her children. Caller declared the actionable immigrant is his acquaintance and she lives at (street address), Perth Amboy, NJ.”

Another arbitrary reads, “Caller requested to abode business who hires undocumented aliens. Caller claims there are about eight undocumented aliens at this acreage amid at: (street address), North Olmstead, Ohio. 44138.”

The alarm logs also appearance the hotline has accustomed abundant antic calls such as this one: “Caller requested to abode an conflicting alfresco his abode and has blooming bark color.”

And this one: “Caller articular himself as a victim. Caller again requested abetment advertisement an actionable alien. Caller provided the name Gabba Tha Hut and abode as 1600 Pennsylvania, Washington, D.C.”  That is the abode of the White House.

Does affairs accept ambiguous motive?

Bier, of the Cato Institute, said he supports efforts by the government to accommodate added advice about cases to abomination victims, as able-bodied as allegorical them of added casework available.

“The administering says the motives of the affairs is to accommodate added advice to abomination victims. I anticipate if that was the case it would administer to all abomination victims, not aloof abomination victims of immigrants.”

David Bier, an clearing action analyst at the Cato Institute, a autonomous anticipate tank

“I was broken about the affairs in accepted aback it was aboriginal appear because I candidly accept we amusement victims in the United States of crimes actual poorly,” he said. “We accord them actual little advice about what’s accident in the case. As a accepted rule, we as a association charge to amusement victims abundant bigger than we do now.”

But the program’s problems, and its attenuated focus alone on victims of crimes committed by immigrants, suggests the affairs has ulterior motives, he said.

“The administering says the motives of the affairs is to accommodate added advice to abomination victims,” Bier said. “I anticipate if that was the case it would administer to all abomination victims, not aloof abomination victims of immigrants. So I anticipate the action is the accomplishment to portray crooked immigrants, and immigrants added generally, as a blackmail or a abeyant blackmail to Americans rather than to absolutely accommodate allusive aid to victims of crimes.”

For her part, Lopez said she has now absolutely absent acceptance in ICE afterwards the bureau beneath to attending into her case and again released private advice she provided afterwards calling the VOICE hotline.

“This is aloof one added archetype of how abortive the Department of Homeland Security is,” Lopez said.

Republic reporters Ryan Santistevan and Agnel Philip contributed to this article.

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