Detained Family Allowed Back Into Canada

Posted on Tuesday, March 13 at 13:57 by drcaleb
Kevin, clad in the regulation grey-green prisoner's jumper, had left for classes on-site at the T. Don Hutto Family Detention Center in Taylor, Texas, yesterday when he realized he'd left his photo ID behind. When he went back to get it, he was greeted with joyful news: The family's Canadian lawyer, Andrew Brouwer, had just called to say that Immigration Minister Diane Finley had promised to issue a reprieve. "I'm just so happy," Kevin told the Star in a telephone interview. "I just can't wait to be home and see my friends in Canada. I love Canada." [Proofreader's note: this article was edited for spelling and typos on March 14, 2007]


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