Stay, Hide Or Depart? Tough Alternatives For Immigrants Within The Heartland

Now living 2,000 miles away, Mr. Canseco still says that “the greatest man I know in the U.S.A.” is Mr. Pearson.
And last year, Mr. Pearson, a conservative Republican, yearned for a change in the White House, despite his misgivings about the candidate promising it.
“The fact that we were renting to illegals, that bothered some people,” Mr. Pearson said.
After Mr. Canseco was arrested, the city’s police captain, a retired school principal and Mr. Pearson all wrote to the court on his behalf.
Mr. Pearson called them “the amigos” and started carrying a Spanish-English dictionary.

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