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Phoenix Liberian gang-rape case dragged on for five years due to cultural unawareness of US legal system

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 23, 2014

Hey, how would you like to use that excuse if you were in trouble with the law, surely they all had American lawyers familiar with our legal system!

Result in most portions of the case—case dismissed.  No deportations!

‘Pungentpeppers’ spotted this update of a story we reported extensively back in 2009.  (Here are six posts dating from July to December 2009).  Why so many Liberians in America, they are “temporary” refugees, here.

The case involved 4 boys who lured an eight-year-old girl into a backyard shed and raped her.  Without going back and reading the old stories, I recall that her parents blamed the girl.  (Were they Muslims?)

And, isn’t this great news, after finding child abuse in the girl’s home, she is sent back to these same parents.

From Arizona Central:

Rape was led by a teenager who admitted guilt and was sentenced to probation.

The child abuse case against two Liberian immigrants whose 8-year-old daughter was sexually assaulted at a Phoenix apartment complex in 2009 will be dismissed pending their compliance with the state Department of Child Safety.

Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Bruce Cohen ordered that the couple, who were arrested in 2009 on unrelated allegations, meet with him three times over the next year to ensure that all child services requirements have been met.

After one year of compliance, the case will be dismissed, Cohen said.

Maricopa County Attorney’s Office spokesman Jerry Cobb said such agreements are not uncommon.

The parents were arrested in July 2009 after their daughter was gang raped at their apartment complex near 43rd Avenue and Thomas Road by four underage boys, police records show.

The case against the parents is unrelated to the rape, but signs of child abuse surfaced as police investigated the sexual assault, records show.

During the investigation, detectives found evidence of abuse that dated back two years, records show.

The Republic is not publishing the names of the parents to protect the privacy of their daughter, who was returned to her parents’ custody last week.

The four boys, who are also Liberian immigrants, were arrested following the reported rape, records show. Police said the boys lured the girl into a shed at the apartment complex and took turns sexually assaulting her.

One of the boys was taken to a juvenile rehabilitation center and placed on probation, records show. The other three were ruled incompetent to stand trial because of their lack of cultural awareness of the United States’ legal system, records show.

The case against the parents took five years to resolve, mainly because they were unfamiliar with the U.S. judicial system. The couple was ordered to be educated in American court proceedings, as well as other cultural differences, records show.

Additionally, the two speak a language so obscure that the court had to call an interpreter from Minnesota to translate the proceedings over speaker phone on Friday.

Note this last line about an interpreter—all of you towns and cities “welcoming” refugees (Athens, GA!) must be aware of the fact that you are on the hook for the cost of interpreter services for just about anything your refugee needs (including when they end up in our criminal justice system).  Imagine what this case cost Maricopa County!

By the way, Phoenix is a “preferred resettlement site” chosen by the US State Department, ORR, and their contractors.

Posted in Changing the way we live, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Immigration fraud, Refugee Resettlement Program, Resettlement cities, Taxpayer goodies | Tagged: , , | 1 Comment »

WND: Religious charities profit from open borders

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 17, 2014

Every time I think I’m done with this topic for a few minutes, in comes a new article that you must see on the border invasion.

Right now there are so many other issues involving refugees and migrants in the US and around the world that we are missing with our non-stop coverage of the invasion of America that I’m fearful that our international readers will drop off (we have readers in over 150 countries!).

However, since this is one of our major concerns—the complete lack of understanding by the average citizen (and Glen Beck!) that charitable “religious” groups (pretending to be driven to help the migrants purely out of Christian or Jewish charity) could never exist without almost their entire budget being funded by US taxpayers—we are relieved to finally see a far-reaching national level report on the issue.

Leo Hohmann writing at WND (emphasis is mine):

Thousands of Central American children crossing the border illegally could soon turn into asylum seekers armed with immigration lawyers provided by church groups and paid for by federal tax dollars.

Catholic Charities is running a fundraising campaign to help finance the resettlement of the illegal aliens, WND reported. But the religious charities get the bulk of their funding not from private donors or church members putting checks into a basket. They get it from the federal government.

Alexandria, Va.-based Catholic Charities USA reported receiving $1.7 million in government grants in 2012, according to its IRS Form 990.

But one of the largest recipients of government funds to resettle immigrant children is the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. The USCCB helps resettle not only unaccompanied alien children, or UACs, who enter the country illegally but also refugees fleeing persecution overseas who enter through legal channels.

The USCCB is one of nine primary agencies that receive hundreds of millions in U.S. tax dollars to perform their charity work. Under contract with the federal government, the nonprofit groups work to resettle child refugees and asylum seekers. Six of the nine contractors are religious groups, WND has learned, including the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, Episcopal Migration Ministries, the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, the Church World Service and World Relief Corp., which includes a plethora of evangelical groups.

The Catholic Bishops alone received $65.9 million in federal grants to care for unaccompanied alien children and refugees, according to its 2012 annual report.

By contrast, the group raised $1.4 million from its own church members while federal loans and private-sector grants made up the remainder of the $71 million spent on the resettlements that year. That means 93 percent of the USCCB’s spending on charity work with UACs and refugees was covered by the American taxpayer.

Kevin Appleby, director of USCC’s Migration and Refugee Services Office, did not return calls from WND seeking comment.

Similar funding ratios have been found to be the norm with the Lutheran effort.

The Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service reported total income of $41.7 million in 2012, and government grants accounted for $40.4 million, or 96.8 percent of that amount, according to the nonprofit’s most recently reported Form 990, a disclosure that nonprofits must file with the Internal Revenue Service. The group raised only $1.3 million from private donors.

Miji Bell, press spokeswoman for Lutheran Immigration, also did not return calls Tuesday.

If they would tell the public the truth about their funding (and their fat salaries) I might have some respect for the whole bunch!

Dan Cadman at CIS:  They all have their hands in the pie!  And, they are working to get the illegals qualified as refugees.  WND continues….

Dan Cadman, with the Center for Immigration Studies, says it’s a conflict of interest for a group that benefits financially from immigration – both legal and illegal – to try to influence immigration policy.

“It bothers me that any private organization is using a government funding stream for that purpose, not only Catholic Charities but Lutheran World Service, the Episcopal Church, they’ve all got their hands in the pie,” Cadman said. “The thing is that everyone understands that, with a wink and a nod, this so-called emergency money (from Obama) is not going to result in any substantial number of individuals being deported. It’s just not. How ironic to see an emergency budget supplemental request and then when you look at the details you see it’s all going to be chewed up for things like brick and mortar buildings for resettlement and not used in any useful way to stop this tidal wave of human beings.”

Cadman said there is “no doubt in my mind” that the religious NGOs or “non-governmental organizations” are working with the United Nations to get the children qualified as refugees or asylum seekers.  (See our post on Bishops call alien children “refugees.”—ed)

By the way, the Bishops have their own immigration legal branch (most likely funded with federal grants too) known as CLINIC (a story for another day!).  One could call Obama’s plea for more money for the border crisis, The Immigration Lawyers Employment Act of 2014!

Read the whole World Net Daily article it is full of information on the groups comprising the Religious Left, I’ve only snipped a small amount of it!

For new readers, we have dozens and dozens of posts in our ‘unaccompanied minors’ archive (extending back several years), click here to learn more.

Posted in Asylum seekers, Changing the way we live, Community destabilization, Crimes, Immigration fraud, Refugee Resettlement Program, Taxpayer goodies, The Opposition | Tagged: , , | 6 Comments »

Burmese refugee shot by police after taking machete to police dog, threatening officers

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 15, 2014

A representative of his refugee resettlement agency says he was mentally ill and the police handled it wrong.  Should have found a translator they say.

This is just one more example of the mental illness we are welcoming to America and the language problems being experienced by police and first responders.  See Waterloo, Iowa just last week, here.

Ja Ma Lo Day (facebook photo)

From Fox5 San Diego (hat tip: Robin):

SAN DIEGO – Friends of a young man with mental illness, who was killed by police after he threatened his family and police with knives and a stick at his City Heights apartment over the weekend, wondered if police could have handled it differently.

Patrol personnel went to the residence in the 3800 block of Menlo Avenue at 10:20 p.m. Sunday on reports that a man was threatening the lives of his family, according to San Diego police.

Officers arrived to find the man holding a knife and a stick and behaving in an “agitated” manner, Lt. Mike Hastings said. As the officers tried to persuade him to disarm himself, he allegedly began threatening them and retrieved a machete.

Officers tried in vain to subdue the suspect with stun guns and police dogs, Hastings said. When one of the canines approached, the man struck the animal on the back with the machete, according to police.

The suspect then allegedly swung the weapon at an officer, prompting two others to open fire. He suffered multiple gunshot wounds and died at the scene.

The man was identified by friends on a social media website as 21-year-old Burmese refugee from Myanmar named Ja Ma Lo Day. He was oldest brother of four siblings, all Burmese refugees who escaped their country due to religious and ethnic persecution, according to a friend of the family.

He suffered from mental illness and had been involved in several prior encounters with the police, according to the online posting.

How many Burmese are in the US?

Here is one accounting of how many we have resettled over the last 12 years from Burma and camps in Thailand.  They are still coming.

*Burmese refugees resettled in the US since 2001: 97,713

*Chin Refugees resettled in the US since 2001: 30,453

*Karen Refugees resettled in the US since 2001: 57,962

*The rest ethnic groups from Burma in the US since 2001: 9297

This last number above would include Burmese Muslims/Rohingya

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Lynn, Mass. again! “Children” straining school system as adult aliens register

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 13, 2014

Unfortunately, I don’t have time to give more background on the problems in Lynn, Massachusetts this morning.  See our previous post here.  But, I did want you to see this story before it’s too old, and I noticed on TV news programs over the last few days that communities receiving ‘unaccompanied alien minors’ are starting to stress about how they can handle the numbers and the health issues.

Here is Ryan Lovelace at National Review Online (hat tip ‘pungentpeppers’):

One of the questionable “children” registering for school in Lynn.

Adult illegal immigrants posing as unaccompanied alien children appear to be attempting to enroll at public high schools, city officials in Lynn, Mass., tell National Review Online.

“Some of them have had gray hair and they’re telling you that they’re 17 years old and they have no documentation,” Jamie Cerulli, the Lynn mayor’s chief of staff, tells NRO. “If my children went to the public schools, I’d be very uncomfortable with all of these unaccompanied minors [that] are placed in the ninth grade.”

Admission of all foreign students — illegal immigrants, refugees, and foreign nationals — has increased by more than 500 students since the 2010–2011 school year, Catherine Latham, the city’s superintendent of schools, tells NRO. Last school year, nearly 250 students arrived from Guatemala, including 126 enrolled in the ninth grade.


The majority of unaccompanied Guatemalan children arriving in the city hail from the city of San Marcos, Latham says, and are drawn by Lynn’s large Guatemalan population.

See all our coverage of ‘unaccompanied minors’ streaming across our southern border, here.

And remember!  It is not too late to call your state refugee coordinator and ask how many are coming to your state and when.   They will know (they may not tell you!), but ask!

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Somalis show their colors in Minnesota house race

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 13, 2014

Diversity is strength alert!  (And, there is another good laugh at the end of this post too!)

For a little break from the invasion at the border, here is an update that ‘pungentpeppers’ found about the increasing violence between both sides (both sides have Somali supporters)—between the “old Jewish lady” and the “Muslim brother” for a seat representing the largest concentration of  Somalis probably in America.

Khan (aka old Jewish lady) vs. Noor (aka Muslim brother)

Our earlier story is here.

From Politics in Minnesota:

The Kahn-Noor race has caused or exposed a rift in Minneapolis’ Somali community that’s led to allegations of violence unprecedented in recent Minnesota campaigns.

Here is the background.  Minnesota campaign need (not yard signs or a voter list)—pepper spray!

The tooth-and-nail contest between 42-year incumbent Rep. Phyllis Kahn and Somali newcomer Mohamud Noor continues to draw allegations of violence, intimidation and voter suppression from both sides of the race. It has also spawned at least two legal disputes.

The complicated relationships that cut across both campaigns can’t be jammed into neat cultural or generational boxes. Kahn, with the help of longtime Minneapolis DFL power broker Brian Rice, has carved out a small but impressive bloc of Somali activist supporters. They include City Council Member Abdi Warsame, who was part of a new guard elected to city government in 2013. Whether that will be enough to blunt the strength of Noor’s support among Somali voters in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood is difficult to tell.

Noor did manage to keep Kahn from securing the DFL’s endorsement at the Senate District 60 convention in April, thereby punching his ticket to their primary face-off on August 12.

“That’s why it’s so intense, and that’s why it’s such a mess: because both sides perceive that this is such a critical race,” political expert David Schultz said. “For Phyllis Kahn, this is it… she’s fighting because this is the first time she’s had a serious fight.”

But Rice and Kahn’s efforts to curry support among Somalis have revealed schisms in the tight-knit community, where two alleged instances of high-profile violence against Noor supporters have marred the campaign so far. One, just last week, has prompted a few Noor volunteers to begin carrying pepper spray, and some volunteers say they are afraid for their safety.

Read it all.

It shouldn’t surprise anyone that there are Somali factions fighting on both sides, remember it is just that type of squabbling (and the clan wars) that has ruined Somalia and they have brought their quarrelsome cultural practices with them.  But, as the Lutheran, Catholic and Jewish groups resettling refugees to your towns will tell you again and again—this cultural diversity is sooo beautiful.

Vote fraud alleged!

In our earlier post we reported on the voter fraud alleged in the previous election.  Steve Sailer writing at VDARE asked an important question (when posting on this article)—so how did they become citizens if they can’t understand English?  Here is the quote from the article:

 One alleges that a Minneapolis elections judge named Fadmo called Kahn “an old Jewish Lady” while interpreting the primary ballot for a Somali man who was recently at City Hall to cast his absentee ballot. On the other hand, Fadmo characterized Noor as “our Muslim brother,” the complaint says.

And, here is Sailer’s observation:

If the Somali voter passed the citizenship test, why isn’t he literate in English? Why does he need fellow Somali Fadmo to tell him which squiggle on the ballot represents “our Muslim brother” and which squiggle “an old Jewish lady?”

The white man must stop trying to suppress the right to vote of illiterate Somali citizens; in the spirit of cultural sensitivity, candidates names should appear on the ballots not only in Arabic, but, for the illiterate, should come marked with symbols instantly recognizable to a Somali as Good (e.g., Mohamud Noor’s name could be accompanied by a picture of an AK-47) or Bad (e.g., a sow).

Fun huh!  Eat your heart out if your Somali Muslim population isn’t large enough yet to show you the joys of multicultural political campaign tactics.

One of our top posts of all time is this one from 2011—Why so many Somalis in Minneapolis.

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Mexican “Beast” train, bringing young men to America, derails

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 11, 2014

Fox caption: June 18, 2014: People hoping to reach the U.S. ride atop the wagon of a freight train, known as La Bestia (The Beast) in Ixtepec, in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. The train derailed on Wednesday, July 9, leaving about 1,300 migrants stranded, authorities said.Reuters


It is just a short news story at Fox, thanks to ‘pungentpeppers’ for bringing it to our attention.  Tell me the Mexican government couldn’t stop this if they wanted to!

From Fox:

A cargo train carrying about 1,300 Mexican and Central American migrants heading to the United States border has derailed in southern Mexico.

Many of the people onboard were young and no one was injured when the train came off the tracks in the southern state of Oaxaca on Wednesday, a spokesman for local emergency services told Reuters.

Several days of heavy rain in the area may have caused the train – nicknamed “The Beast” — to derail and leave its passengers stranded, authorities said.

For more facts on the crisis generally, see Breitbart on leaked report, here, hat tip: Joanne.

And, just a reminder!  3/4ths of the “children” arriving in the last two years are boys over 14 years old!  See ORR stats here.

For all of our posts on ‘unaccompanied minors’ going back several years, click here.


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Philadelphia: Liberians furious about fire response; riot

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 9, 2014

Editor:  This is a guest post from ‘pungentpeppers.’   I’m traveling today and will see how much I can still get posted.  The mainstream media is doing a pretty good job of paying attention to the “refugee” issue these days—thanks to the unaccompanied alien minors surging at the border (LOL! less work for me!).

We don’t take very many Liberians through the regular resettlement program (one of the articles ‘pp’ linked says 3,300 went to Philadelphia), but large numbers who were here for other reasons, some illegally, were also granted ‘temporary protected status’ and never went home.  TPS is another LEGAL immigration program for “refugees” that needs to be scrapped.  Search RRW for ‘temporary protected status’ to read more.

Diversity is beautiful alert……see link to tax fraud by Philadelphia Liberians too (below)!

Pungenpeppers’ reporting from Philly:

After a fire took four young lives, an angry, mostly Liberian mob stormed the streets of Southwest Philadelphia yesterday (Monday) taking over entire blocks. At times hurling water bottles at police, the outraged crowd were protesting what they perceived to be a too slow response to the fire that also destroyed a block of homes in their Liberian neighborhood.

Gathering on the heels of threats made against firefighters, the noisy protesters blocked a fire station, preventing crews from responding to emergency calls. Per NBC10′s George Spencer, at the scene, it was “one of the angriest mobs I have seen as a reporter”.

Saturday’s blaze started before 3:00 a.m., perhaps after fireworks set alight a sofa that was being used as porch furniture. The fire exploded and spread quickly to neighboring row homes. Dewen Bowah, 41, was in the home alone at the time taking care of seven children. She saved three daughters, but could not reach her 4-year-old twins, Maria and Marialla Bowah, or the children of another mother, 1-month-old Taj Jacque and 4-year-old Patrick Sanyeah who perished. Bowah, who saved her life by jumping out a second story window, was taken to a hospital in critical condition.

At the stormy protest, Patrick Sanyeah, whose son — also named Patrick — died in the fire, shouted “These people let our kids burn to ashes!” Other family members and neighbors accused police and firefighters, yelling “Murderers!” After nightfall, the crowd finally dispersed.

“Obviously the fire is the individual incident that set this off,” said Liberian community activist Christian Dunbar, “but I think this is frustration from a community that feels underrepresented.” Dahn Dennis, president of the Liberian Association of Pennsylvania, said, “The route being taken now is not the right way. This is not the representation of Liberians. We are decent people.” Many Liberians have been settled in Philadelphia by refugee resettlement contractors. Per a Philadelphia Weekly report, since the late 1990s, more refugees have arrived in Philadelphia from Liberia than from any other country—about 3,300 in total.

Fire investigators plan to return this morning to sift through the ashes. Last year, the Philadelphia Fire Department distributed free smoke detectors to the residents of the street, and it’s been reported that the detectors were installed in the home at that time.

Sorry, this is a major story, and I used many links:

About the Protests:

About the Fire:

Re Liberian Refugees (from 2010)


By the way, out of Liberia yesterday, is news that Liberians in the Philadelphia area have been involved in tax refund fraud.

Liberia: African Immigrants Dupe U.S. Government of Six Million

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UNHCR: Not letting a good crisis go to waste! Big push to change definition of a “refugee”

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 8, 2014

The international Socialist and Communist One-Worlders who call the UN home are making their big move! 

Antonio Guterres, the present UN High Commissioner for Refugees, is a life-long Socialist.

If Obama’s US State Department concurs with this brazen initiative we will be stuck with thousands (millions ultimately) of people claiming to be fleeing crime in their country.

To date fear of crime does NOT MAKE ONE A REFUGEE and thus eligible for all of the “protections” and social service goodies refugees receive.

From the Associated Press (Hat tip: Edward)

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica (AP) — United Nations officials are pushing for many of the Central Americans fleeing to the U.S. to be treated as refugees displaced by armed conflict, a designation meant to increase pressure on the United States and Mexico to accept tens of thousands of people currently ineligible for asylum.

Officials with the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees say they hope to see movement toward a regional agreement on that status Thursday when migration and interior department representatives from the U.S., Mexico, and Central America meet in Nicaragua. The group will discuss updating a 30-year-old declaration regarding the obligations nations have to aid refugees.

While such a resolution would lack any legal weight, the agency said it believes “the U.S. and Mexico should recognize that this is a refugee situation, which implies that they shouldn’t be automatically sent to their home countries but rather receive international protection.”

Most of the people widely considered to be refugees by the international community are fleeing more traditional political or ethnic conflicts like those in Syria or the Sudan. Central Americans would be among the first modern migrants considered refugees because they are fleeing violence and extortion at the hands of criminal gangs.

Here is what we said in a post on Sunday.  Changing the definition of what constitutes a “refugee” is something they have been after for years!

Here is the definition of a refugee as updated in 1967 (from the original 1951 UN Convention):

A person who owing to a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion, is outside the country of his nationality and is unable or, owing to such fear, is unwilling to avail himself of the protection of that country; or who, not having a nationality and being outside the country of his former habitual residence as a result of such events, is unable or, owing to such fear, is unwilling to return to it..”[8]

Do you see anything in there about wars, violence or natural disasters?   Refugees and asylum seekers are supposed to be able to prove they are being persecuted!  Economic migrants and people who claim they are fleeing crime are not refugees!

Obama said he would transform America.  Well this is it folks!  This is the big move and the dumb Republicans in Washington apparently can’t see it!

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VDARE: Call Your “State Refugee Coordinator” And Ask How Many Phony Refugees From The Southwest Border Are Coming To YOUR State!

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 7, 2014

VDARE posted a call to action last night for you to contact your state refugee coordinator this week and ask:  are the unaccompanied alien minors (UACs) coming to your state?

And, by the way, the federal refugee contractors have action alerts out this week to their open borders activists to call Congress for more money for them (the children and the contractor)!

Protesters turn back Homeland Security buses in Murietta, CA last week.

VDARE (emphasis mine):

Hard information on the phony refugee (“The children!”) surge at the Southwest border is hard to come by. This is true even if you’re a congressman—when Jim Bidenstine (R- OK) showed up at a holding camp in his home state he was stonewalled.


Between the ballot boxes (months away) and “the streets” (rare to nonexistent in American history) there’s citizen pressure on our despotic elites and their kept bureaucrats.

This is where readers come in. Are swarms of “The children!” coming to your state?

If they are, your state’s refugee coordinator will probably be among the first to know. So phone “your” coordinator – contact information is below—and, politely, ask basic questions such as Where? When? How Many? and What’s it going to cost state and local taxpayers?


The week starting Monday, July 7 is the time to phone, as has learned that at least some of the coordinators will be on a conference call with the federal Office of Refugee Resettlement during the week. It will help if the coordinators are made to understand that many of their fellow citizens are very concerned.

Read it all for more information and to follow the links!

Here and below is a complete list of Refugee resettlement employees in your state, if you can’t get the coordinator, try one of the others especially see the contact information for “regional reps.”   Even those “health coordinators” are going to be informed in light of the health issues the “children” will be bringing to the state.


State Refugee Coordinator: Jana Curran 251.432.2727
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Catherine Potter 251.432.2727
ORR Regional Representative: Faith Hurt 404.562.2847
ORR Wilson/Fish Program Manager: Carl Rubenstein 202.205.5933


State Refugee Coordinator: Karen Ferguson 907.222.7376
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Gulnora Kiyamova 907.222.7339
ORR State Analyst: Carl Rubenstein 202.205.5933


State Refugee Coordinator: Charles Shipman 602.542.6614
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Zachary Holden 602.364.3592
ORR State Analyst: Goran Debelnogich 202.260.7143


State Refugee Coordinator: Lorie Williams 501.682.8256
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Leonard Ntaate Mukasa 501.280.4106
ORR State Analyst: Ramon Colon 202.401.5085


State Refugee Coordinator: Thuan Nguyen 916.654.4356
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Marisa Ramos 916.552.8252
ORR State Analyst: Goli Bellinger 202.401.5144
ORR Wilson/Fish Program Manager: Carl Rubenstein 202.205.5933


State Refugee Coordinator: Paul Stein 303.863.8217
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Colette Logan Schantz 303.692.6441
ORR Regional Representative: Dee Daniels Scriven 303.844.1147
ORR Wilson/Fish Program Manager: Carl Rubenstein 202.205.5933

State Refugee Coordinator: David Frascarelli 860.424.5387
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Alison Stratton 860.509.7375
ORR State Analyst: Bill McPherrin 202.401.9324


State Refugee Coordinator: Thomas Hall 302.255.9605
ORR State Analyst: Makda Belay 202.401.5087

District of Columbia

State Refugee Coordinator: Debra Crawford 202.299.2153
State Refugee Health Coordinator: MuLunesh Wolermarian 202.698.4325
ORR State Analyst: Rezene Hagos 202.205.8051


State Refugee Coordinator: Hiram A. Ruiz 786.257.5189 or 305.763.9040 (mobile)
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Kelly A. Browne 850.245.4444 x2306
ORR Regional Representative: Faith Hurt 404.562.2847


State Refugee Coordinator: Michael Singleton 404.657.5118
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Monica L. Vargas 404.679.4981
ORR Regional Representative: Faith Hurt 404.562.2847


State Refugee Coordinator: Lola Salimova 808.586.8699
ORR State Analyst: Pierrot Rugaba 202.401.6891


State Refugee Coordinator: Jan A. Reeves 208.336.4222
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Collin Elias 208.334.0696
ORR State Analyst and Wilson/Fish Program Manager: Carl Rubenstein 202.205.5933


State Refugee Coordinator: Edwin Silverman 312.793.7120 (*departing SRC) / Ngoan Le 312.793.7120
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Jenny M. Aguirre 312.814.1538
ORR State Analyst: Goli Bellinger 202.401.5144


State Refugee Coordinator: Matthew Schomburg 260.599.0120
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Meredith Upchurch 317.234.7252
ORR State Analyst: Goli Bellinger 202.401.5144


State Refugee Coordinator: John Wilken 515.283.7904
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Allan Lynch 515.281.7504
ORR State Analyst: Ramon Colon 202.401.5085


State Refugee Coordinator: Lewis A. Kimsey 785.296.0147
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Cyndi Treaster 785.296.8113
ORR State Analyst: Makda Belay 202.401.5087


State Refugee Coordinator: Becky Jordan 502.873.2560 x250
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Allison Pauly 502.873.2560 x116
ORR Regional Representative: Faith Hurt 404.562.2847


State Refugee Coordinator: Julie Ward 225.242.0311
ORR State Analyst: Pierrot Rugaba 202.401.6891
ORR Wilson/Fish Program Manager: Carl Rubenstein 202.205.5933


State Refugee Coordinator: Catherine S. Yomoah 207.797.2938
Refugee Health Coordinator: TBD
ORR State Analyst: Goli Bellinger 202.401.5144


State Refugee Coordinator: Ann Flagg 410.767.2346
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Dipti D. Shah 410.767.6664
ORR State Analyst: Rezene Hagos 202.205.8051


State Refugee Coordinator: Josiane Martinez 617.727.7888 x303
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Jennifer Cochran 617.983.6596
ORR State Analyst: Pierrot Rugaba 202.401.6891
ORR Wilson/Fish Program Manager: Carl Rubenstein 202.205.5933


State Refugee Coordinator: Al Horn 517.241.7819
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Al Horn 517.241.7819
ORR State Analyst: Goran Debelnogich 202.260.7143


State Refugee Coordinator: Gus Avenido 651.431.3837
State Refugee Health Coordinator (Acting): Blain Mamo 651.201.5535
ORR State Analyst: Lorraine Berry 202.401.5532


State Refugee Coordinator: Lorraine Hunter 601.359.4585
ORR Regional Representative: Faith Hurt 404.562.2847


State Refugee Coordinator: Steve Milburn 573.751.6789
State Refugee Health Coordinator: David Oeser 573.751.6411
ORR State Analyst: Lorraine Berry 202.401.5532


State Refugee Coordinator: Katherine Buckley-Patton 406.444.5288
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Steven Helgerson 406.444.1286
ORR Regional Representative: Dee Daniels Scriven 303.844.1147


State Refugee Coordinator: Karen Parde 402.471.9264
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Kristin Gall 402.471.1372
ORR State Analyst: Goran Debelnogich 202.260.7143


State Refugee Coordinator: Carisa Lopez.Ramirez 702.387.2266
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Camalla (Camy) Retzl 702.387.2225
ORR State Analyst: Pierrot Rugaba 202.401.6891
ORR Wilson/Fish Program Manager: Carl Rubenstein 202.205.5933

New Hampshire

State Refugee Coordinator: Barbara Seebart 603.271.6361
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Laura McGlashan 603.271.2688
ORR State Analyst: Bill McPherrin 202.401.9324

New Jersey

State Refugee Coordinator: Annette Riordan 609.631.4534
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Anne Fox 609.588.7500
ORR State Analyst: Goli Bellinger 202.401.5144

New Mexico

State Refugee Coordinator: Kresta.Leigh Opperman 505.827.1328
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Karen Gonzales 505.476.3076
ORR State Analyst: Ramon Colon 202.401.5085

New York

State Refugee Coordinator: Dodie Wheeler 518.402.3096
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Eric Cleghorn 518.474.4845
ORR State Analyst: Bill McPherrin 202.401.9324

North Carolina

State Refugee Coordinator: Marlene Myers 919.527.6304
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Jennifer Reed Morillo 919.733.7286 x112
ORR Regional Representative: Faith Hurt 404.562.2847

North Dakota

State Refugee Coordinator: Laetitia Mizero 701.235.7341
ORR Regional Representative: Dee Daniels Scriven 303.844.1147
ORR Wilson/Fish Program Manager: Carl Rubenstein 202.205.5933


State Refugee Coordinator: Jennifer R. Johnson 614.644.1174
State Refugee Health Coordinator: 
Sandra Hollingsworth 614.752.2953
ORR State Analyst: Goran Debelnogich 202.260.7143


State Refugee Coordinator: Melanie Silva 405.521.4402
ORR State Analyst: Makda Belay 202.401.5087


State Refugee Coordinator: Rhonda Prodzinski 503.945.6108
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Deborah Cockrell 503.988.3601 x24231
ORR State Analyst: Makda Belay 202.401.5087


State Refugee Coordinator: Norm.Anne Rothermel 717.787.8608
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Asresu Misikir 717.787.3350
ORR State Analyst: Ramon Colon 202.401.5085

Rhode Island

State Refugee Coordinator: Frederick Sneesby 401.462.1669
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Stella Kiarie 401.222.5952
ORR State Analyst: Rezene Hagos 202.205.8051

South Carolina

State Refugee Coordinator: Dorothy Addison 803.898.0989
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Kate Habicht 803.898.0575
ORR Regional Representative: Faith Hurt 404.562.2847

South Dakota

State Refugee Coordinator: Tim Jurgens 605.731.2015
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Kristin Rounds 605.773.4470
ORR Regional Representative: Dee Daniels Scriven 303.844.1147
ORR Wilson/Fish Program Manager: Carl Rubenstein 202.205.5933


State Refugee Coordinator: Holly Johnson 615.352.9520 x222
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Michael Evans 615.352.9520 x224
ORR Regional Representative: Faith Hurt 404.562.2847
ORR Wilson/Fish Program Manager: Carl Rubenstein 202.205.5933


State Refugee Coordinator: Caitriona Lyons 512.206.5076
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Jessica Montour 512.533.3161
ORR State Analyst: Ramon Colon 202.401.5085


State Refugee Coordinator: Gerald Brown 801.526.9787
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Amelia Self 801.538.6221
ORR Regional Representative: Dee Daniels Scriven 303.844.1147


State Refugee Coordinator: Denise Lamoureux 802.871.3162
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Susan Schoenfeld 802.863.7247
ORR State Analyst: Pierrot Rugaba 202.401.6891
ORR Wilson/Fish Program Manager: Carl Rubenstein 202.205.5933


State Refugee Coordinator: Kathy Cooper 804.726.7927
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Jill Grumbine 804.864.7911
ORR State Analyst: Rezene Hagos 202.205.8051


State Refugee Coordinator: Tom Medina 360.725.4636
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Jasmine Matheson 206.418.5603
ORR State Analyst: Makda Belay 202.401.5087

West Virginia

State Refugee Coordinator: Suzanne Howard 304.356.4628
ORR State Analyst: Bill McPherrin 202.401.9324


State Refugee Coordinator: Mette J. Brogden 608.267.9705
State Refugee Health Coordinator: Savitri J. Tsering 608.267.3733
ORR State Analyst: Lorraine Berry 202.401.5532


ORR Regional Representative: Dee Daniels Scriven 303.844.1147

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Confused by the labels used to describe the illegal alien youths traveling without Mommy ?

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 6, 2014

Be sure to see Neil Munro’s good post at the Daily Caller.  Many of the UIATMs have already been moved to a town near you!


When we first began reporting on the illegal aliens who are under 18 years old, they were called ‘unaccompanied minors.’  That was a few years ago.  More recently they became ‘unaccompanied alien children’ (UACs) in government lingo.  Now we learn that the word alien has been dropped in favor of ‘unaccompanied children.’  Here at Breitbart.

We note that in the big lobbying push by the contractors*** for more of your money (for the children), here for example, that they are calling the youthful law breakers—UICs—which stands for the politically-correct ‘unaccompanied immigrant children.’

How about the more accurate acronym UIATMs–unaccompanied illegal alien teenaged males—a little awkward, but more accurate.

Most are teenaged boys.

All of our previous coverage of ‘unaccompanied minors’ is here.

Call your state’s refugee resettlement coordinator, here, and find out if you will be getting some “children” too!  And, while you are at it, call the contractors too—looks like all of them are getting federal cashola for the children.

***The contractors


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