Home   /  Business


Human rights accusations against GEO Group immigration detention centers

By John Lantigua - Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

Human rights activists staged a protest Monday outside the gated community of the president of a private prison company, expressing their solidarity with hunger strikers currently being held in private immigration detention centers.

About a dozen protesters gathered around a fountain just outside the Royal Yacht & Country Club community, one of whose residents is George Zoley, president of GEO Group of Boca Raton.

Read the complete story...

Subscribers get total access to this story, and all our in-depth news, digital editions and exclusive content. Subscribe today, or try a 24-hour or 7-day digital pass.

Registered Post Subscriber — Sign me in.

Sign In

Post Print Subscriber — I need to register my account for digital access.

Access Digital

All Day Access — 24-hour digital pass

99¢ for 24 hours

All Week Access — 7-day digital pass

$3.99 for 7 days

All Access, All the Time — Print & Digital

View Offers

Staff writer Pat Beall contributed to this story.

Popular on MyPalmBeachPost.com



We’re Listening

We hope you’re enjoying MyPalmBeachPost.com, our premium website exclusively for subscribers. Please tell us what you like and what we can do to make it even better by completing this brief survey.

Complete Survey

Read Today's Paper online

Read Today's Paper online

Still like to read the newspaper in the familiar page-by-page format? Great news! Digital versions of today's paper are available on your computer or tablet. And it's included in your subscription.

Learn moreRead