Monday, October 24, 2011

Immigrants in limbo

This shows one of the families that are not being broken up right now, while the officials study the cases and make individual decisions about deportations. - - Donna Poisl

By ANTONIO OLIVO, Chicago Tribune

CHICAGO -- Inside the yellow house on Genesee Street, Clara Ibarra can hear the sound of grinding teeth from several rooms away - grating, grating, like rocks crushed against rocks.

It's her son Alejandro Brito. He is 24 years old now, but his body, gnarled by quadriplegia cerebral palsy, is not much bigger than when she carried him across a desert to enter the U.S. illegally 15 years ago to seek better medical care.
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