Chicago police are in the cross hairs of public inquiry over allegations of their use of ‘black sites’ where Americans were taken and denied their constitutional right to due process, according to a new report from The Guardian.

The location, called Homan Square, is used to detain and interrogate individuals without providing them contact to attorneys or officially recording them. Special police units at the facility are also alleged to have used aggressive and abusive interrogation methods on detainees.

Read the full article at The Guardian.