To Each & All, Especially Haiti President Jovenel Moise...

Clyde Dinkins - December 6 2018, 4:15 PM

To Each & All, Especially Haiti President Jovenel Moise:

Reference above informative article, "Montreal Canada: Street protest against the deportation of Haitians."

Respectfully, but I contend the following.

1. Each Country has a right to "Legally" deport someone according to their Law. Ipso facto, Canada has a right to deport any Haitian or anyone else, as such.

2. Anyone who is in Canada
"Illegally" is a Criminal! Ipso facto should be "Immediately" deported!

3. Not anyone is above the Law!

Sincerely,
Clyde Dinkins
Summerlin-Las Vegas, Nevada
Senior Citizen
U.S. Air Force Veteran (Personnel Specialist - I held a Secret Clearance)
Former Government Supervisor - Retiree
American Black Man
BA Degree - Philosophy Major
I'm a Scientific - Eclectic Singularitarian

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