132 Ex-Convicts, 1st Group of Dominicans deported from U.S. in 2012
www.hispanicallyspeakingnews.com - The Dominican Republic repatriated the first group of Dominican citizen’s deported from the U.S. – 132 criminals.  This first group arrived yesterday at Las Americas Airport on a special plane chartered by Immigration and Naturalization Service.

The group that was escorted by eight U.S. federal agents came from prisons throughout the U.S.  The group had been arrested in the U.S. for charges ranging from identity theft to drug trafficking to murder.  The group served prison sentences anywhere from 4 to 10 years before being deported as undocumented immigrants.

Upon being received back home the ex-convicts will go through a back ground check to see if they are wanted in the Dominican for any crime if not they will be free to go anywhere in the country.

Last year the U.S. deported 4,978 Dominican ex-convicts via flights leaving the U.S. two-to-four times a month.

 

Read also: Record, 5000 Dominicans deported from U.S. in just one year

     

The Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) deported during the past year 4.978 Dominican ex-convicts after serving sentences in U.S. jails. They were accused of drug trafficking, homicide, assault, kidnapping, rape, bank fraud, money laundering and other crimes........, back home they will probably have to continue to sell drugs or rob tourists to survive.....

 

 

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