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Omaha: Sudanese immigrant sentenced for cowardly act that killed 4-year-old son

Posted by nebraskaobserver on June 11, 2008

The judge said, “it was a cowardly act — and a small child paid the price for it.” Changkouth Kor, a Sudanese immigrant was sentenced to 20 years in prison, the maximum for the Christmas Eve manslaughter conviction in the death of his 4 year-old son.

The Nebraska Observer would like to know if this immigrant was legal or illegal. If he was legal, did he contract HIV prior to being diagnosed? If so, why are people with HIV being routinely admitted into the United States? It is our understanding that, some Sudanese routinely filter through the Douglas County court system for “wife beating” and “drugs”.

In the two years he has been in the United States, he has had two DUI convictions so who watches over that? Why doesn’t the World-Herald delve into the “real story” behind the Sudanese? What church sponsored them, if any? Why aren’t they coached in our customs?

Oh..yes..by the way, if you haven’t noticed, most Sudanese man are tall and thin! World-Herald story

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One Response to “Omaha: Sudanese immigrant sentenced for cowardly act that killed 4-year-old son”

  1. acorcoran said

    Hi, I just discovered your excellent blog. I write a wordpress blog called Refugee Resettlement Watch. Most Sudanese are legal immigrants through the Refugee Resettlement program…you should know there are loads of problems with LEGAL immigration, not just illegal. The US allows HIV positive refugees into the country as well as TB positive..it is one of those little secrets of legal immigration.

    Here is a link to my blog http://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/

    We have written about Nebraska and about HIV among many other things.

    And, by the way, the refugee program (US State Dept) is supplying Somali refugees to the meat packing plants which is something we have written a lot about. You know a Somali died with TB in a Tyson’s plant in Emporia, KS in 2007. Ann

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