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    TX-Appeals court to rehear infant deportation case

    Published Tuesday, September 01, 2009 1:19 PM

    Appeals court to rehear infant deportation case



    McALLEN, Texas -- An appeals court will rehear the case of a Texas woman who sued the government after the Border Patrol sent her 1-year-old daughter to Mexico with the baby's deported father in 2003.

    The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans has scheduled January oral arguments in Monica Castro's case against the U.S. government. Last February, a three-judge 5th Circuit panel ordered, in a split decision, that the case return to federal district court in Corpus Christi. That's where it was originally dismissed.

    The appeals court granted the government petition for a rehearing on Friday.



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    So where was the mother when the baby daddy was deported? How come she didn't come forward to take the baby then? Where's she been for SIX YEARS?!?! Is she illegal too? If she is, get her outta here!
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    Baby is most likely anchor baby and perhaps illegal mom realizes she needs the anchor baby to get welfare payments.
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    The father has just as much right to raise his daughter in Mexico.

    There's more to this story.

    Woman whose daughter was sent to Mexico sues government
    http://www.alipac.us/ftopicp-698779.html#698779

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