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Mr. Lima-Marin was out of prison for about six years, during which time many accounts showed him to be a model citizen. But Colorado prosecutors realized their mistake in 2014, and he was arrested again. Continue reading the main story. His family fought to secure his release, and this week, they won the battle but not the war. On Wednesday, when Mr. Lima-Marin left the custody of the state’s corrections department, he was turned over to Immigrations and Customs Enforcement. He remains in ICE custody “pending his removal to Cuba,” according to a statement from the agency. District Judge Carlos Armando Samour Jr. wrote on Tuesday, in an order that called for Mr. Lima-Marin’s release from ... Full story

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