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This site is dedicated to the Honorable people, those who did not cross the picket lines at Northwest Airlines, commonly referred to as SCABair. Now that Delta and NWA are one carrier, Delta now picks up the moniker of SCABair, because they employ the same SCABS that NWA did.
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Our system has run amok.
Undocumented sex offenders left in Seattle-area neighborhoods without tracking
SEATTLE — After digging through hundreds of ZIP codes, KIRO 7 found 11
convicted sex offenders in the country illegally living across western
The government has tried to deport most of these people, but a Supreme Court ruling requires they be released after six months in jail, if their home country won't take them back.
KIRO 7 obtained sources through the Senate Judiciary Committee: a list of every ZIP code in the country that some offender called home at the time of release.
In the Seattle area, sex offenders who are undocumented were dropped off from Tacoma to Bellingham.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials say they can't and don't track where the offenders are after they're released into neighborhoods, documents show.
Mark Krikorian from the Center of Immigration Studies says the government can do more. He wants the State Department to deny visas to countries that won't accept deportations.
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When They Were Young
Paul Newman joins the navy, age 18, 1943
"Be more concerned with your character than your reputation, because your
character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others
think you are."
- John Wooden