Y’know if this poor young lady were my daughter, I sure as Obama ain’t militant would have flames shooting out of the top of my head, but she (thankfully) is not my daughter and this is a story that truly only Rod Serling or Alfred Hitchcock could appreciate:
Apparently, according to Eric Pfeiffer, reporting for Yahoo News‘ “Sideshow” section (yes, that’s how they categorized it, as opposed to “shocking news” or “headline news”), a black teenage runaway named Jakadrien Turner (just so named so everyone in America would know her ethnicity I guess) was discovered living on the streets of Colombia cleaning out rich peoples’ homes. Probably better work than she’d get here in the States, but still….How does ICE mistake an American black teenage runaway for a Colombian drug dealer?
Was her deportation “accidental” as they claim or something else altogether?
Hopefully, this poor teenager’s grandmother or mother (or both of ’em) have enough sense to go “lawyer up,” and seek full justice; but who knows?
To find out their side of the story and appreciate the ridiculous irony of this little ditty, you’ll have to read the whole piece:
- Missing Dallas Teen Accidentally Deported to Colombia (theroot.com)
- American “Accidentally” Deported to Colombia Found Alive (dvorak.org)
- Texas Teen Accidentally Deported to Colombia is STUCK (missnicolette.wordpress.com)
- Teenager Missing Since 2010 Was Accidentally Deported To Colombia (outsidethebeltway.com)
- Missing Teen Accidentally Deported to Columbia, Now Stuck (clutchmagonline.com)
- Officials investigate case of deported Texas teen (seattletimes.nwsource.com)
- Missing American Teen Accidentally Deported To Colombia [Immigration] (jezebel.com)
- Teen mistakenly deported to Colombia (cnn.com)
- 14 Year Old Girl Runs Away From Home, Accidentally Gets Deported, Now Pregnant In Colombian Prison (citysubwaycreatures.com)
- A Texas Teenager Who Doesn’t Even Speak Spanish Was Mistakenly Deported To Colombia (businessinsider.com)
- Black Teen From Dallas Missing Since 2010 Was Deported To Colombia!: Family Speaks Out [Video] (bossip.com)