May 23, 2008 — A raid this week by federal immigration agents on a migrant camp in upstate New York led to the arrest of 16 farm workers. The 11 men and five women are being held in an immigration detention center in Batavia. Two are from Guatemala; 14 from Mexico. Acting on a tip, immigration agents and state police raided the Wayne County camp just after 6 a.m. Wednesday. The workers were employed by Martens Farms and worked at a processing plant in Port Byron, west of Syracuse. Jonathan Brown reports on reaction among farming advocates.