Via the SPLC:

Maria Doe, Viviana Doe, Laura Doe, and Marta Doe (collectively, “complainants”), through the undersigned counsel at the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and affiliated advocates at Project South, the Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (GLAHR), the Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI), El Refugio, the Georgia Human Rights Clinic, and Owings MacNorlin LLC submit this complaint denouncing repeated sexual assaults towards them by , Registered Nurse, Lic. # , while they were detained at Stewart Detention Center (Stewart) in Lumpkin, Georgia, as well as the enabling of his actions by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and CoreCivic, Inc. (CoreCivic) and suppression of reports of the assaults. Although ICE and CoreCivic are aware of the multiple allegations of sexual assault against Nurse , he continues to treat individuals at Stewart with access to women made especially vulnerable by their detention. ICE and CoreCivic have failed in their duty to care for and protect people in their custody from the kind of pervasive sexual assault that the Prison Rape Elimination Act was designed to address. In fact, when complainants Maria Doe and Laura Doe reported Nurse ’s behavior to CoreCivic and ICE employees, rather than addressing their complaints, officers threatened them with legal action and prolonged detention.