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Hardworking dad faces deportation for smoking pot, 17 YEARS AGO
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[quote:Captain Spaulding 42913144:MV8yMjg0NDUzXzM4ODcwNzg4X0RGQTZGM0I2] I had to move to So Wisconsin for awhile a few years ago. I tried to get a drivers license all legal like. The TWO people I dealt with wouldn't let me have one without my original birth certificate. I was adopted and all I have is an old beat up photo copy. Then, I had to have proof of my address. My family's owned land there since 1939 in a very rural area. Mail doesn't get delivered there, you have to drive miles into town to a PO Box so that was out of the question. BOTH of the people at the motor vehicle office could barely speak English. They sounded middle eastern or something indiscernible. Imagine that. MY family owned land there for over 70 years and a couple of people from other countries who can't even speak our language deny me a drivers license. I blew it off and sold the property and moved anyway. GREAT folks there though. Whenever someone gets sick, injured or a house burns the whole town pulls together to help like I've never seen before. Food, clothes, benefits at restaurants and parks, donating time and equipment to help rebuild or renovate houses for someone who's handicapped. You can't buy alcohol to take home after 9 pm unless you pay 4x the price for carry-out at a saloon. So you're forced to go out to a bar and drink if you don;t have a stash. Kind of weird. Where I was everyone, I mean everyone drinks from breakfast through the day and they call you a "doper" if you don;t drink but smoke weed. [/quote]
The 35-year-old now faces deportation because he was charged with marijuana possession as a 19-year-old.
Timofeev, 35, was taken in handcuffs to the Milwaukee office of ICE, where officials told him he had "abandoned" his citizenship petition and was going to be deported because of marijuana possession convictions in Dane County dating back to 1996. He was allowed one call and was then taken to Dodge County Detention Facility in Juneau.
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Shouldn't he have an estimated 11 million other undocumented immigrants ahead of him?
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