U.S. IMMIGRATION AND Customs Enforcement is planning on Thursday to deport a number of Somali immigrants who were part of an infamous botched deportation flight in December 2017, according to their legal team. During the trip, the deportees said, they experienced verbal and physical abuse at the hands of ICE officers, and they have been detained and entangled in court proceedings since their involuntary return.

The planned deportations come nearly a month after a federal judge in Florida dismissed a class-action lawsuit brought by lawyers for the 92 Somali passengers who were on that flight. In the lawsuit, the Somali nationals asked the court to block the Department of Homeland Security from deporting them until they’d had a chance to try to reopen their immigration cases.