Mexico tightens security for Cuba migrants
By MARK STEVENSON
Associated Press Writer
MEXICO CITY (AP) -- The Mexican government said Tuesday it was stepping up security at detention centers for illegal Cuban migrants after a group of detainees fought police officers and held a guard against his will - the seventh uprising or mass escape by Cubans in a year.
Officials also will deny political asylum to those involved in the latest conflict. More.
Wednesday, March 08, 2006
Mexico: No asylum for Cubans
There are over 11 million illegal immigrants currently in the US that are mostly Mexican. Now there is talk that the Bush adminstration is considering issuing a "gold card" to illegals already in the country and extend it to a guess worker type program (H/T: Michelle Malkin). Therefore, no one goes home, more are welcomed, and illegal Mexicans get a free pass. Meanwhile, Cubans escaping tyranny arriving on Mexican shores are thrown into jail for months on end, until the communist despot decides that it is time to return them to the island.