Phi Nguyen and Jess Davis, once adversaries on medical malpractice cases, are now suing the federal government together in an ambitious class action habeas petition challenging U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s indefinite detention of Vietnamese war refugees.

The refugees have been slated for deportation after living for decades in the United States. Vietnam, meanwhile, refuses to take them back.

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