NY farmer allegedly cuffed, threatened by ICE agents who raided his property without warrant

An upstate New York farmer said agents from Immigration and Customs Enforcement raided his property without a warrant, damaged his phone, and even put him in handcuffs, according to Syracuse.com.
“This was something you see on TV,” the farmer, John Collins, said. “You don’t expect it to be here.”
What happened?
The surprise raid on Collins’ farm came as agents were apparently seeking to apprehend Marcial de Leon Aguilar, a Guatemalan immigrant who had worked there for the past nine months.
Collins said he was out back on the farm when he heard a commotion coming from inside, where at least seven officers had Aguilar pinned against a window as Aguilar’s children watched from nearby.
The officers allegedly cuffed Aguilar and took him to their vehicles across the road. Collins followed, asking for a warrant and trying to figure out what was going on.
When the officers told Collins they didn’t have a warrant, Collins said he

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