Ryan Devereaux is an award-winning investigative journalist based in Tucson, Arizona. He was a lead reporter on The Intercept’s award-winning series the Drone Papers, and winner of the 2017 Online Journalism Award for best feature writing for a small newsroom. In 2020, Devereaux received the Deadline Club’s top prize for best newspaper or digital feature reporting for “Bodies in the Borderlands,” a year-long investigation into the Trump administration’s crackdown on humanitarian aid providers in the Sonoran Desert. He has reported extensively on the drug war in Mexico, criminal justice, the war on terror, and immigration enforcement on the southern border. Prior to The Intercept, Devereaux worked at Guardian US covering policing in New York City.
The War on ImmigrantsAfter Being Deported by U.S., Walter Cruz-Zavala Disappeared in Notorious Salvadoran Crackdown
U.S. courts twice said he faced torture or murder at the hands of gangs or the Salvadoran state. ICE deported him anyway.
The War on ImmigrantsBorder Wall Construction Resumes Under President Joe Biden
The Biden administration laid out its plans to rev up work on completing Donald Trump’s signature project.
Was Yellowstone’s Deadliest Wolf Hunt in 100 Years an Inside Job?
A veteran ranger who killed a park wolf claims he’s the target of a “witch hunt.”
The War on Immigrants“This Is America Motherfucker”: Witnesses Describe Border Patrol Killing of Mexican Migrant
Men traveling with Carmelo Cruz Marcos told authorities that Border Patrol agents tampered with evidence and sought to concoct a cover story.