World July 25, 2023 | 3:05 pm

Dominican ex-convicts repatriated for various crimes in the United States

Santo Domingo.- On Tuesday, a new group of 118 Dominican ex-convicts arrived in the country after serving sentences for various crimes in the United States. The crimes included drug trafficking, document falsification, fraud, kidnapping, rape, and other minor offenses. The individuals were imprisoned in different locations across the United States, where thousands of Dominicans are estimated to be incarcerated.

Upon arrival, the deportees will be taken to the Refugee Center in Haina, San Cristóbal, which is managed by the General Directorate of Migration. There, they will undergo processing and registration before being reunited with their families.

This group brings the total number of Dominican ex-convicts repatriated by US authorities in 2023 to 2,785.

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Ramon Garcia
July 25, 2023 3:26 pm

They are going to start their carrier in DR with a master degree from the US.

July 25, 2023 8:29 pm

fasten your seat belts…they gonna be “hungry and thirsty”… ?

July 25, 2023 8:34 pm

my wife lives in Haina and I have driven by the prison before and the way to Bani – man would not want to be there…

July 26, 2023 10:15 am

So according to the figures in the story so far in 2023 2,785 have been deported…including July, that’s an average of 397 deportees per month…the thing is that these folks do not get any kind of rehab back here and what they learn in prison then they put into action here…ouch