Re: That Deported Guy that Died In Iraq

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Re: That Deported Guy that Died In Iraq

Post by Jered » Sat Aug 10, 2019 12:30 am

Immigration officials, though, paint Aldaoud as a repeat criminal who violated court orders. iCE officials in Detroit, in a statement to The Post, say had 20 criminal convictions between 1998-2017, including several violent charges, and that he cut off a GPS device he was supposed to wear while on release from immigration custody.

“(His) immigration case underwent an exhaustive judicial review before the courts affirmed he had no legal basis to remain in the U.S.,” ICE’s Detroit office said in a statement, adding that he was sent back to Iraq with a “full complement of medicine.”
Story here. With more links.

In a completely unsurprising turn of facts that should surprise literally no one, it turns out that this guy was a convicted felon.

Of course, somehow, it's OrangeManBad, and it's not his fault that he committed enough crimes to get a conviction a year over a two decade period.

The avalanche has already started. It is too late for the pebbles to vote.

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Re: Re: That Deported Guy that Died In Iraq

Post by Vonz90 » Sat Aug 10, 2019 12:48 pm

I was reading about it elsewhere. It is actually kind of tragic as he was schizophrenic and constantly refused treatment, which is not unusual. Other half of the same coin with all of the homeless mentally ill people on the streets.

Remember that it was the Left who decided being mentally ill was a lifestyle and not the government's business.

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