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Old 03-20-2017, 08:08 PM
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Orange (United States) (AFP) - In fluorescent uniforms, dozens of inmates blink in the afternoon sun as they line up in the yard for lunch, the low murmur of their chatter punctuated suddenly by a solitary plaintive cry.

"This is horrible!" the voice cries out, before another quickly follows: "We aren't criminals!"

The two inmates are among 524 undocumented immigrants in the Theo Lacy Facility in the Californian city of Orange, which AFP visited this week on a tour for journalists.


Then go HOME! I'm sure ICE can make it easy.
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Old 03-21-2017, 09:00 AM
Location: Kansas
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Seriously? We have all heard about the jails in Mexico and Central America being short of a vacation.

I fear jail too! That has helped me resist committing crimes! I think that is how it is supposed to work?
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