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Crime: Albanian Immigrants / A Discussion #1002281

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 13, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Houston: Gary Tuchman) The story of the government plans to deport Rodina Demiraj†, the wife of an Albanian immigrant, Edmond Demiraj, who had agreed to testify against his former Albanian boss, but was himself deported, examined. [Rodina DEMIRAJ†- speaks about her deportation.] [Edmond DEMIRAJ - says he agreed to work for the government; notes he was shot in Albania; states his wife and son would be killed if returned to Albania.] [Family attorney Joshua ROSENKRANZ†- says the US government uses people and discards them.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Jeffrey Toobin) How this is outrageous behavior by the Justice Department with a promise made to the Demiraj family, the political context of the immigration issue and the implications of this case that may go to the Supreme Court discussed.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary;
Jeffrey, Anderson Cooper,
Duration:
00:08:40

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