Motel 6 admits to sharing guest info with ICE

The disclosures resulted in a targeted ICE investigation into guests with Latino-sounding names.
0:38 | 04/08/19

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Motel six won't be leaving the light on for immigration agents without a warrant. The low cost chain was accused by the state of Washington of giving its guest list to immigration agents. Motel six settled that lawsuit for twelve million dollars and now says it will not provide such information unless legally compelled to do so. And fire officials near Fort Worth, Texas say he fumes may have ignited a flash fire that destroyed this home in a gated community. The neighborhood does not have any fire hydrants of thousands of gallons of water had to be trucked in to put out that fire. A worker who was renovated to house suffered some burns.

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