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US Veterans wife in deportation proceedings
08 Sep 2004
Dear Friends. Is urgent to send the following information to the media.

My personal friend and companion of battles of Camilo Mejia, Mr. Frank

Cabadiana , sergeant in the Army and with service of more than 20

years, is totally desperate, since his wife is ready to be deported to Honduras.
Dear Friends. Is urgent to send the following information to the media.

My personal friend and companion of battles of Camilo Mejia, Mr. Frank

Cabadiana , sergeant in the Army and with service of more than 20

years, is totally desperate, since his wife is ready to be deported to Honduras.

Staff Sergeant Frank Cabadiana, with but 23 years of
service in the

Army, Combatant in the War in Iraq from March to November 2003, injured twice Due to an explosion of grenades that cause him the loss of almost total audition, and wounds in both legs that it impossibilities heim to walk For long periods.

He’s affected since his return to USA. He already suffered two hearths

Attacks and he was with several medals by his heroism in battle. He's

Married and has one 10-year-old son, resident in the state of Florida.

He reports:

"My wife Patricia Acosta Delgado was arrested by the Miami Police on


for a traffic violation, the police call immigration agents because


lacks of identity papers. She was carried before an immigration judge


she was sentenced to be deported at the middle of September.

At present, she is detained Mommouth County Correctional Facility in

Freehold, New Jersey. She was chained like a criminal and now she my


hope to live. I'm disabled to help her and she's the only one to take


about our

Please publish my story because I'm demanding justice and aid of the


government since I consider that all the years I served to US are

enough to

prove I'm a real American and I proved with my performance in Iraq.

My family deserves to stay together and it's minimum what I'm

requesting to

the federal authorities: forgiveness and mercy for my wife. I have been

calling many people and they do not return my calls.

Please do justice to a Veteran of War,

Staff Sergeant Frank Cabadiana

954-600-9714 Cell


Solicito su apreciable ayuda.

Mi amigo personal y compañero de batallas de Camilo Mejia ,el Sr. Frank Cabadiana, sargento en el Army y con servicio de mas de 20 años, se encuentra desesperado, ya que su esposa esta a punto de ser deportada a su pais Honduras.

Staff Sargent Frank Cabadiana,Ciudadano Norteamericano, con mas 23 años de servicio en el Army, combatiente en la Guerra en Irak de Marzo a Noviembre del 2003, herido en dos ocasiones al explotarle bombas que le provocan la perdida casi total de la audicion, y lesiones en ambas piernas que le imposibilitan el caminar por largos periodos, afectado a su regreso a USA de dos paros cardiacos, quien fue condecorado con varias medallas por su heroismo y valentia en combate, casado, con 1 hijo de 10 años de edad, recidente en el estado de la Florida,


Mi esposa Patricia Delgado Acosta mientras me encontraba en el hospital ella fue detenida por la policia de la ciudad de Miami Fl. el pasado mes de Agosto por una falta de transito, la policia llamo a migracion al sospechar que ella era una indocumentada, y fue arrerstada por los agentes de migracion, fue llevada ante un juez, y se le sentencio a ser deportada a mediados del presente mes ( Septiembre ), actualmente se encuetra detenida en Mommouth County Correccional Facility en Sreehold,N.J. Tel . 732-294-5984 encadenada como una criminal,ella es actualmente mi unico sosten, ya que me encuentro desabilitado por mis heridas de guerra y mi afectacion cardiaca, y es la unica que puede atender a nuestro hijo de 10 años de edad.

Solicito a ustedes, medios de comunicacion:

Hecer publica mi carta demandando justicia, ayuda del gobierno federal, ya que considero que por los años prestados a esta gran nacion y por mi desempeño en la guerra en Irak, es lo mimino que el actual gobierno puede darme, el perdon a mi espoza y su legalicacion. he intentado comunicarme con autoridades federales, pero ha sido inutil, no regresan mis llamas. tal ves ustedes logren que personas del gobierno escuchen y hagan justicia a un veterano.

Quedo a sus ordenes en:

954-600-9714 Cell

954-965-4453 Home

Que dios les bendiga.
Fam. Suarez del Solar.
Jesus Alberto Suarez del Solar Navarro Lance Corporal USMC
1st Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, 1st Marine Division
fernando (at)
Fvsuarez2000 (at)

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Shouldn't Live In Florida!
09 Sep 2004
Why doesn't it shock me that someone from Florida is getting railroaded?
The governor should help! (Ha!)
Should have lived in a civilized country. Canada, New Zealand, etc...
(That's right! Civilized! I'm born and bred American.)
Anyone who thinks we're Free? Is living in Fox News land.
Since Bush and his con-artists buddies took control?
We're heading towards erosion of freedoms unforseen.
Remember that freedom is more important than lies. (Scare tatics. Terrorism.)
November 2nd around the corner? No excuse. Vote!
What's missing in this picture?
11 Sep 2004
There are three very simple steps one must go through to become a LEGAL citizen:

Becoming a U.S. Citizen

When a person from a foreign country wants to become a US citizen, this process is called naturalization. The person has to do three things:

1-Fill out an application form. The form asks questions about the person’s background. The person also has a set of fingerprints taken.

2-Take a citizenship test. The exam tests the person’s knowledge of U.S. government and history.

3-Appear before a judge in court. The judge listens to the person’s reasons for wanting to become a U.S. citizen, and then decides if the person will be allowed to become a citizen.

What's so hard about that? Illegal aliens do not have the right to be here in the United States, despite the influx of MILLIONS of invaders from Mexico. All illegal aliens are subject to deportation. This country is not a free show, and people cant just walk in here and squat.

Eventually, the illegals are going to have to be dealt with.