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Armenian fraudster? Ianus, "The words are yours." (Jesus to Pilate at Matthew 27:11-14 KJ)

Reader comment on item: Turkey in Cyprus vs. Israel in Gaza
in response to reader comment: The deadly price the West pays for having the Turks in its midst

Submitted by Caleb (United States), Oct 2, 2010 at 10:21

Or, in more colloquial phrasing: YOU said it; I didn't.

As you can see, the article by the US Department of Homeland Security leaves unspecified the underlying, deportable offense. Maybe it was some species of fraud. Maybe it was robbery upon the public highways or a series of purse snatchings.

A foreign state through its diplomatic service was directly involved in an attempt to subvert the legal process of the US, not for a humanitarian or even political purpose but for simple, financial gain.


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