The Mayas speak out: ICE used us

The AP has an incredible story about Saugerties business owners Emilio and Analia Maya, Argentine natives who have been arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement and who now face deportation.

According to the story, the brother and sister have been working undercover for the ICE for years, in the hopes of gaining a coveted "S visa" they say they were promised by the agency.

Five years later, the Mayas say they have only questions and a burning sense of betrayal. They insist they held up their end of the bargain, risking their lives in hours of undercover work, wearing wires and using fake names. But for reasons they do not understand, ICE and the agents who were their handlers abruptly turned against them -- and they now face imminent deportation.

Earlier: Cafe Tango owner faces deportation.