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03-03-12, 09:39 AM #1
Students protest in support of high school valedictorian whose deportation has been ordered because her parents brought her to the US from Colombia illegally when she was 4Students protested Friday in support of a Miami high school valedictorian who has been ordered by a federal immigration judge to leave the country.
A judge denied Daniela Pelaez's request for relief from deportation on Monday. Her attorney is planning an appeal.
Pelaez came to the United States from Colombia with her family when she was 4.North Miami High School students created a Facebook page and started an online petition that has collected more than 5,000 signatures. More than 2,000 students also protested outside the school on Friday, holding signs that read, "She got a 5 in A.P. U.S. history, isn't that American enough?" and "Don't deport our future."
03-03-12, 03:29 PM #2
Once again, the ire is misdirected.
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03-03-12, 03:34 PM #3
I'm as frustrated as everyone else at the tolerance of illegal immigration in our society.
I am also frustrated by the seeming complacency by our government to deport criminals and bad guys while they are busy deporting mothers and valedictorians. Priorities?
I also would not be shocked that this is a move by the administration to anger the public at the deportation process and rally more support for amnesty.That which does not kill me, better start fucking running.
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