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(NEWSER) – Over the course of 11 years, police in Chicago took more than 7,000 suspects to a "black site" for interrogation where their lawyers and families had no hope of finding them, according to documents obtained by the Guardian in its latest report on the notorious Homan Square warehouse.

Some 7,185 people from all over the city were taken to the site after being arrested, according to documents disclosed under the Guardian transparency lawsuit—and that number doesn't include people who were questioned there but not charged. Fewer than 1% of the detainees had access to lawyers while at Homan Square, the records show, and a disproportionate number of those were white.

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