Apr 12, 2010
At least 65 refugees of the devastating earthquake in Haiti are in U.S. immigrant jails.
These refugees were pulled alive from ruins immediately after the earthquake, rushed onto U.S. military planes, separated from their families. But when they arrived without visas or passports, they were thrown into a U.S. prison.
They are trapped in a bureaucratic nightmare of so-called U.S. “humanitarian” aid.