Activists fight plan to resume deport...

Activists fight plan to resume deportations to Haiti, citing post-earthquake conditions

There are 11 comments on the Palm Beach Post story from Jan 9, 2011, titled Activists fight plan to resume deportations to Haiti, citing post-earthquake conditions. In it, Palm Beach Post reports that:

Children fly kites at an earthquake-damaged houses in downtown Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Friday, Jan.

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#1 Jan 9, 2011
I though these people have come to america to seek a better life and so many of them have struggle for years to get their legal status another words their green card and now they walk around terrorized the people in the community I don't give a damn about these haitian criminals


#2 Jan 10, 2011
I believe that everybody deserve a second chance in life but the law is the law there's nothing anybody can do to change the 1996 immigration law


#3 Jan 11, 2011
after I read about the violent and vicious assault and rapes against those young girls and women in the camps in haiti those savage wild animals run the country and the worthless corrupt government and the police allowed them to.these criminals here in the u.s.will be deported this month and there's nothing anybody can do to stop it.$ 1.2 billion dollars has been delivered that corrupt government have been irresponsible for so long business as usual get rid of that corrupt government enough is enough


#4 Jan 12, 2011
how much time do you need two hundred years don't fight ice or the immigration law fight the haitian corrupt greedy selfish government for decades of lack of leadership the country was in this shape before the earthquake the prison system is prime example it was like this before the earthquake despite decades of billion of dollars in annual international aid not a single sewage systems in the entire country it's time for all those worthless corrupt greedy selfish so-called leaders to step aside and allowed the american red cross and other qualified professionals organization to take over and get the job done this nation in desperate needs for qualified leaders the government is responsible to provide meals for the inmates and other services $1.2 billion dollars has been delivered you can't have it both ways so get ready the criminals will be deported this month america is a land of law and justice in america no one is above the law and that's the truth

New Baltimore, MI

#5 Jan 12, 2011
Why do these filthy beggars think America should be responsible for solving all of their problems? We have our own troubles. If anyone in that God forsaken rat hole could refrain from stealing long enough to grab a shovel or pound some nails things might not be so horrible. Go home!


#6 Jan 12, 2011
$1.2 billions dollars has been delivered so far these criminals will be well taken care so why they still here you can't have it both ways


#7 Jan 16, 2011
don't worry about the deportations of these criminals they will be well taken care in that beautiful rich part of haiti the didn't show us america is a nation of law and justice unlike haiti

West Islip, NY

#8 Jan 17, 2011
when the criminals get deported this month they will behave themselves because I heard the rules of law is back to haiti that nation is messed up it's so sad what been missing in haiti is the rules of law eveything else will follow

Toronto, Canada

#9 Jan 17, 2011
Duvalier said ,he will take good care of the Haitian deportees if he get elected .


#10 Jan 20, 2011
no criminals has been deported yet don't release the haitian criminals into our community it's not our fault the haitian government is dysfunctional disorganize too corrupt to run it own country billions of dollars has been delivered so far the u.s government have the obligation to protect the citizens of the united state and the haitian government has the obligation to protect and provide security and stability to it own country with the help from the international community and the haitian criminals had the nerve and audacity to come to america illegally to terrorized the people in the community

Toronto, Canada

#11 Jan 20, 2011
I think canada and us should build a earthquake proof prison skyscraper somewhere in Haiti .

A lot of job could be crear and hard criminal would know,at least ,they would have a big home waiting for them

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