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A crime wave from U.S. deportees

Ten years after a change in U.S. immigration law paved the way for mass deportations, Central American countries say they cannot cope with the criminal mayhem being inflicted by tens of thousands of gang members who have been sent back to their native lands. Between 1998 and 2004, the United States deported more than 34,000 criminals to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, according to Department of Homeland Security statistics. Thousands more deportees were suspected, but never convicted, of gang activity. Full Story

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