Transcript for North Carolina man returns home after facing deportation to Honduras
First of one thanks everybody for criminal coming here you know supported us in this long long. Struggles since fight. I want things you know first. I have had little hope I was thinking like this happens to me like this happened me and you know. When I was detained in certain Latin from you know under. Was there for me. And he was never in my hand goes. These days than in long process. Is this is very opening new hires forgiveness. First up in arms use those words and emotions you know I can't even explain that you know you know Alice chapel. You know five days ago. Thinking that it happened awful you know going through country that I don't know I don't know what's going you know I don't know who was there. You know because this my injury you know this is my country and I have been using the ages six and I don't know nothing you know I don't know I think from the injury. You end. It's very lives in I'm very witness that. I'm here. There's a lot of people you know and for those people you know and it's a strong. You know stay strong stay positive. Game you know there's there's Jessica.
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