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Letter: Send illegals back to their own country

I think, respectfully, in my opinion, they should go back to their country.

Letter to the editor FSA

First and most of all, I want you to know I am an avid reader of your newspaper. I am a simple housewife of a retired military who served this country for our freedom and democracy.

What makes me write this letter to you was my disappointment about what I read. It was about two illegals who tried to sue our border agents. I support all our law enforcement personnel. The nerve of these women, who themselves are criminals already entering illegally in our country.

I think, respectfully, in my opinion, they should go back to their country. Also, I respectfully believe as an American citizen, I have the right to express my opinion about this matter.

Normita Shafer, Grand Forks

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