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5.21.2004

Free at Last  
A woman from the DR Congo was just awarded asyluym in the U.S. after three years in prison. Her husband already had U.S. residency and she that if she returned home, she'd be imprisoned and tortured by the government. But Homeland Security insisted she had no reason to be granted asylym. Another example of the twisted logic of post-9/11 immigration policy at work. The Philadelphia Inquirer has the full story (registration required).