Russian Police detains hundreds of Illegals within Golyanovo District and Across the County

 

August 10, 2013 Moscow Russia, (Pravda.RU) – Security Forces over took the illegal immigration camps and found many Illegals who were deported – sneaking back in.

Mainly Vietnamese people inhabit Tent City, within Golyanovo District. There have been some Syrian Illegals found within the groups. Some were getting in by Company owners sneaking them in for lower wages. Fortunately the Mayor of Russia and leaders of many other counties in Russia have been capturing illegal immigrants, detaining them and deporting them back to their homeland.

The Vietnamese refused to eat standard meals given to them – So the Russians accommodated their cultural needs by shipping in rice. The Russian humanitarianism rivals the American’s INS department.

Unfortunately, the illegals have put themselves in a predicament after breaking Border and Citizenship laws. Russian temperatures at night are much colder than their origins. By Breaking the Law, they are suffering these extremes and they’re forced to adapt, until they are sent back home. Let’s hope they learn to obey the laws of Russia, instead of sneaking in.

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