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AFP News Agency
Mexicans who served in US Army with the promise of becoming citizens but ended up being deported, protest on Memorial Day in Ciudad Juarez
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vanilla bean paste 29 May 17
Replying to @AFP
This is barbaric.
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kelly a. 29 May 17
Replying to @MrStufflebean @AFP
Utterly shameful of ICE
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A Koudouss  ABEIDNA 29 May 17
Replying to @AFP @realDonaldTrump
Home of the brave .Mr Pr this is injustice you should review their cases ..
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S3r3nd1p1T 29 May 17
Replying to @AFP
This is DEPLORABLE!!!!
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Kay Brizzie 🐎🌟🏹 29 May 17
Replying to @AFP
Such a despicable state of affairs. We owe those patriots so much better than this. I'm deeply ashamed.
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Joyce Huffman πŸ—½πŸŒŠπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ 29 May 17
This is just wrong. I'm ashamed!!
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IamLindaLπŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ’» 29 May 17
Replying to @AFP
Was always under the impression that immigrants who served in our US military were granted citizenship. Heard this even in the Nam days.
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FosterBDAV66 #VetsResistSquadron 29 May 17
Replying to @pica2pixel @AFP
Not quite. It's not automatic, though it should be!
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Diane Just 29 May 17
Replying to @AFP
No one who served in the US armed forces should be denied citizenship regardless of anything they did after they were honorably discharged.
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Mica 29 May 17
Replying to @justdede @AFP
Now you are thinking respectfully but the military wasn't.
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