while i was in antigua, they just detained me. because mycame back son's mom had a drug addiction and the kids were on the street. so i came back to take care my family. when i came back, i got caught up again in the streets and went to prison. in 1997, i was released. was since 1997 to 2009, i clean. no problem with the law, no issue with anything. in 2009, march 11, i went to take care of a traffic violation in new jersey and that is when immigration came down and detained me. they were looking for me. that is when i was indicted for reentry. i went to the federal court in new jersey, trenton, new jersey, and the federal judge was kind of confused because her statement of i had been there for so long with no criminal activity, the reentry was kind of impossible. anyway, i got 18 months for that. most of that was in the county. then i went from there to federal prison in pennsylvania. september 7, 2010, my time was up. immigration picked me up at that time and i have been in immigration detention since i was released two weeks ag
antigua gave birth to a baby boy in the field hospital, she has named him israel. we are simply thanking them, -- >> the airports of the provincial capital is serving as a hub for the aid flights in the typhoon damaged areas. it's a good number of days everything clicked into place and this caused a lot of criticism. cargo aircraft are standing at the airport, ready to help the filipino air force. i return to tacloban with the relief workers. this warehouse is one of many distribution points in the region. workers packed 25,000 aid packages every day. from the department of social welfare -- they said the authorities could not have acted faster. scale, 255,000 into turkey. all at the same time. and from day one, on saturday, the day after the typhoon, the other agencies came here and started distributing relief. >> the government has promised to support the massive task of reconstruction. >> this will be for the long haul. were displaced or houses were damaged and it takes time for them to recover. seven years. until thet let go people stand with their own people.
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