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Deporting Veterans, Hector Lopez, Citizen of Nowhere

Cheri
post Jan 10 2010, 04:41 PM
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Hector Lopez, Citizen of Nowhere
The Roberts Report
Jan. 8th, 2010
By Cheri Roberts - 9/11 Truther Cyberzine

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In 2006, honorably discharged United States Armed Forces Reservist Hector Lopez - now 46yrs old, was deported to Mexico after serving one tour in Iraq fighting for our country and our freedoms. He had lived in America since he was 4 yrs. old and considers America his home.

He became a U.S. National as per the U.S. Military Oath of enlistment - section(101)(a)(22)of the Immigration and Nationality Act. He desired only to participate in protecting the country he calls his own. By sworn oath he vowed his loyalties to the United States and was told he would not and could not be deported because of his Military service to the U.S. and has documentation to prove it.

Mr. Lopez returned from active duty and he, like many other war Veterans, got involved with drugs and alcohol to help deal with PTSD and other issues. He’d sought help from the V.A. in vain and was deported to a country he is unfamiliar with and a language that is not his own.

Mr. Lopez says, “They may as well have put me on the moon…this is not my country, the United States is my country. I’m an American. My allegiance is to the United States of America”

Separated from his children - who are legal citizens of the United States, Mr. Lopez lives and works in what he feels is a foreign land. Working for less than five American dollars a day he can’t even afford to buy a Big Mac from the local McDonalds in Tijuana. He seeks only to return home to his family and exercise his right to work for a living wage as well as receive care from the V.A. as a U.S war Veteran. Mr. Lopez cannot even activate his G.I. Bill because he can’t come back to America to do so.

In an unfortunate twist he goes on to tell us how Mexico doesn’t even recognize him as a citizen. How can an honorably discharged U.S. Soldier be a citizen of nowhere? Who is going to right this injustice? Who can give Mr. Lopez’s children back the time the United States government has stolen from them?

Call Congress, call your Senators and help make it right for this man and his family. He fought for our country and deserves to be returned to our society to be with his family. Visit banishedveterans.info for more information on Hector Lopez and nearly 3000 other banished Vets that come from all branches of the United States Military and are Veterans as far back as the Vietnam War. Surely every American can agree that these Soldiers have earned the right to continue living in the country they have bravely and willingly served?

SEE: http://banishedveterans.info
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post Jan 18 2010, 08:18 PM
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Hector Lopez Correction

In light of multiple correspondence as well as online posts I would like to correct a statement said by me- in published writing as well as verbally in a recorded interview, that Hector Lopez was an IRAQ war Veteran. He is not. Mr. Lopez instead served our country in Grenada and when I misspoke during our interview, by his own admission he never corrected me on my mistake.
Hector Lopez is an honorably discharged United States Veteran who has been deported. All other information is factual and I sincerely apologize for any inconvenience or confusion my mistake may have created. He has made the following statement,
“Cheri,
Sorry for not correcting you on that slight misunderstanding. In my willingness to get as much press coverage as possible, I didn’t want to correct you on the air. I don’t think that it makes much difference which conflict I served in, I am an Honorably Discharged Veteran of The U.S. Military and I do have it in black and white where it says that I will NOT be deported because of my prior Military Service.
I am sorry for any and all inconvenience I may have caused you, and I am ready anytime you are to make it right.”
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