Castro's Worms

Hunt, E. Howard
June 1980
National Review;6/13/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 12, p722
The article focuses on the arrival of refugees in the U.S. Officials of the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) were submerged by the human tidal wave. The INS and the Coast Guard began threatening the rescuers with fines, prison terms and confiscation of boats if they continued bringing illegal aliens to the country. Haitians are detained on arrival and then paroled pending resolution of a class action suit against the INS.


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