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Isaac Chotiner interviews Eunice Cho, a senior staff attorney at the A.C.L.U., in a discussion of the dangers that immigrant women face at poorly run detention facilities, after a whistle-blower has alleged that women at a facility in Irwin County, Georgia, had undergone hysterectomies without their informed consent.