‘They assume they have’ no rights


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To the editor:

In the Delaware Gazette, the sex slavery trial was on Page 3 on Saturday. Is a pickleball court really more important? We have a sex slavery/human trafficking trial in progress! …

… Since these people have immigrated but have not been taught their constitutional rights, they assume they have none (like their home country). Since they are now interred at the Salvation Army camp, I could not convince them otherwise at this point. That is why lack of local control of education and granting citizenship — through legal and controlled order (like Ellis Island) and the rights that come with it — are important. …

W.J. Graves

Delaware

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