‘Uprising’: Negotiations Continue With About 2,000 Inmates Who Control Part of Texas Prison That Primarily Holds Immigrants With Criminal Records

RAYMONDVILLE, Texas (TheBlaze/AP) — A sheriff said negotiations are continuing with about 2,000 inmates who’ve seized control of part of a federal prison that primarily holds immigrants with criminal records in what he called an “uprising.”

Willacy County Sheriff Larry Spence didn’t go into detail about the negotiations Saturday but said there are no hostages involved and only minor injuries reported.

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