Maplewood veteran fights possible deportation over criminal record
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#1 Nov 11, 2010
"I joined the Army because I really wanted to be part of this country," said Paye, 32, who lives in Maplewood. "If God wanted me to die, I would have died. I always thought I was a U.S. citizen."
#2 Nov 11, 2010
There was recently a similar article about this type of scenario except the immigrant vet got into trouble with drugs. In that case, I supported giving him another chance. I don't feel the same way about this situation. It's involves dealing weapons - including firearms. God only knows whose hands they could end up in and what harm those individuals would do to US Citizens.
A vet who claims he wanted to protect the citizens of this country by enlisting in the military turns around and deals dangerous weapons, right here on our own soil? I think he should be deported.
#3 Nov 12, 2010
He now faces deportation after being convicted of drug and weapons offenses.
Get him out NOW!
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