Video: U.S. Citizen Nearly Deported, Held 3 Days

Eduardo Caraballo, U.S. citizen faced deportation.

Racial profiling against African Americans is tradition amongst cops in America.  But now that we are no longer the largest minority group and hispanics are on the rise, they had to put a little somethin’ somethin’ together for them.  The Arizona immigration law that says that everyone must prove they are a citizen of the U.S.  or be deported has just declared open season on all who are not white.  Do you really think that the immigration laws are about EVERYONE that is here and are not U.S. citizens? 

The immigration laws are out of control and its open season on all brown people in the U.S. starting with Eduardo Caraballo.  He is a U.S. citizen born in Puerto Rico and moved inland when he was just a baby.  He presently resides in Chicago and was detained for three days by federal immigration authorities.  He produced a birth certificate and other supporting documents showing his citizenship, but they would not have it.  His mother came to pay his bail and they turned her away as well.  It wasn’t until his local congressman, Luis Gutierrez, got involved that he was released.  

With the heightened pressure from Republicans for President Obama to enforce the immigration laws, he has sent 1,200 troops to the borders to tighten the security of the border between the U.S. and Mexico.  Read more here about the troops and $500 million he’s getting ready to ask for to keep the barricades tight.

Check out Caraballo’s story below.

-J.C. Brooks

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