Court Orders US Army Vet Who Served 2 Afghanistan Tours Deported to Mexico – Free Thought Project
Chicago, IL — Miguel Perez Jr., of Chicago, Illinois, is a battle-scarred U.S. Army war veteran who proudly displays his patriotism in the tattoos he wears — a Statue of Liberty, a battle cross representing a fallen soldier, as well as the U.S. Army Special Forces insignia that reads “To liberate the oppressed.” However, because this country is hell-bent on “sendin’ them brown folk back where they came from,” Perez will be thrown out like yesterday’s trash.
A Chicago judge has ruled that Perez must be deported to Mexico in spite of his putting his life on the line for this country — not Mexico.
On Sunday morning, family and supporters gathered at Pilsen church in Chicago to voice their outrage over this insanity.
“My son fought for this country, not for Mexico,” said Perez’ mother Esperanza Medina.
Three decades ago, Perez and his parents came to the United States legally. Having fallen in love with the United States, Perez became a legal permanent resident and even enlisted in the US Army to fight for — what he thought — was his country.
Now, however, after the US military got what they wanted from him, Perez will be deported “back to where he came from!”
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