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Matthew Kolken on Deportation And Removal

14-Year-Old U.S. Citizen Runaway Deported

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It has been reported that the Obama administration deported 14-year-old United States citizen runaway Jakadrien Turner to Columbia last April.  Jakadrien doesn't speak Spanish.


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Jakadrien ran away from home in late 2010 when her parents were going thorugh a divorce.  She was picked up by Houston Police who turned her over to ICE after giving a fake name that matched a 22-year-old Columbian immigrant.


Although Jakadrien was fingerprinted, ICE didn't confirm her identity before shipping her to South America under an order of removal.  Jakadrien's grandmother, Lorene Turner, responds: "How do you deport a teenager and send her to Colombia without a passport, without anything?"


ICE Director of Public Affairs Brian Hale has assured that "ICE is fully and immediately investigating this matter in order to expeditiously determine the facts of this case."  Here's a thought, maybe ICE should have fully and immediately investigated the identify of a 14-year-old runaway before they deported her to a country where she doesn't even speak the language.


To add injury to injury, Jakadrien, now 15, is pregnant and is being held in a detention facility by the government of Columbia who refuse to release her, despite the family's pleas for her safe return.


Just one more victim of this administration's rush to deport as many people as humanly possible.


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  1. Anamika's Avatar
    7/4/10Lesson 13 blog I feel now we are in the part of class where we really look at the isuses of race and ethnicity in the sense of the problems that we face as a nation today. Illegal immigration is probably the biggest issue in America that is touchy because of the race isuses that are associated with illegal immigration. Sadly, most people automatically assume that illegal immigrants are only associated with Mexicans and other countries south of the border. It makes sense due to the fact that most people who are entering the country are from south of the border. But when discussing illegal immigration within the united states, we need to be open to the entire issue facing America, this also includes the other illegal immigrants who enter in from the north of the border and on either side of the coast. We do see the immigrants mainly from the south, so naturally we attack the biggest source. But we need to also address the other areas that are apart of illegal immigration to the United States.I really liked the main point about how Sam addressed the business side of illegal immigration. Bringing together the American value of capitalism into explaining our current illegal immigration reform is perfect for shutting up at least some of the politicians out there who are trying to completely shut off the facet of illegal immigration. The truth is that we need them in order to complete the jobs and run the economy that need to be done. We could top immigration completely and hire American citizens who demand higher wages, therefore making the cost of fruit and landscaping and all the other jobs that illegal immigrants tend to take go up. It will be another pear increase of 40 cents per pound. But some politicians believe that getting rid of all the immigrants is the best thing for this nation, even if it will cost millions of dollars to afford to get rid of all the immigrants. Maybe the reason for why president Clinton built a 40-mile long fence was to allow the immigrants to get into the United States but seem like he was preventing the immigration. Much like the war in the Middle East is about fighting terrorism rather than acquiring the oil. The government chooses the pros and cons of stopping or not stopping illegal immigration. They pretend to stop it by building a fence and telling the public of all the reform that is happening, when really the border is only covered by a little fence that a lot of people can just walk around if they have the necessary food and water to make it into California or Arizona.
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