Friday, November 28, 2008

Deported on ICE Air

Eric Palmer reports for the Kansas City Star

The MD-80 that took off Friday from Kansas City International Airport carried about 120 passengers. Some were headed for Mexico, others to Central and South America.Once off the ground, food and beverages would be served.

The flight was one of up to 180 flights flown each month by Kansas City’s only locally based airline. While most are to Central and South America, others are to such exotic locales as Indonesia, Nigeria, Pakistan and Palestine.

Yet most Kansas Citians will never get a seat on one of the flights — nor would want to.

The little-known Flight Operations Unit was established by Immigration and Customs Enforcement in 2006 to handle the repatriation of the surging number of illegal immigrants caught up in tougher enforcement. Click here for the rest of the story.


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An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. We need the border fence and vigorous employer enforcement to make sure illegals do not get in and if they are here illegally (border jumpers and expired visa holders) they are unable to work and therefore deport themselves.

Posted by: Thomas Lillich | Nov 28, 2008 2:57:51 PM

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