Interesting story - diaspora

Lucern

Village Elder
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Findings
Now I was combing through newspaper ya home and this is what I came across

"A jury in the state of New Jersey on Wednesday convicted a couple on federal charges of smuggling a Kenyan woman into the US and exploiting her for domestic labour and child care.

Michael and Mary Wood could be given prison terms of 10 and 20 years, respectively, at a sentencing session scheduled for September 7."

Full story hapa

http://www.businessdailyafrica.com/...ing-Kenyan/3946234-3962270-wltl85z/index.html

My analysis :

This is bullshit . This couple were helped to come majuu, then ahsante ya punda ndiyo hii. I don't think they had chains around them. They could leave if they want to or disappear when they go to shop . They just used this opportunity to screw this family , get favors from judicial systems and get papers.

I know of some groups of Kenyan women with no majwala who would date guys with papers and go to immigration or call the cops on them. They would lie to system that they have been constantly been domestically abused/assaulted. The guy would be taken to serve 6 months and in turn these Kenyan women would be given green cards.

Conclusion
Karma will never fail to be a fat bitch and when it hits ,it hits hard . As these white family rot in jail let this Kenyan couples glow in heaven.

I'm sad and that's all for today
 

Lucern

Village Elder
#3
Sir, what makes you come to that conclusion? Is it possible that the said couple could've committed the said offences after feeling that the woman owed them her existence?
I understand your angle .It was one of my options when drawing my analysis . But as you can see i finished by saying karma is a fat Bitch . If it was true that they were abused then karma will prevail but if they used that to get the bigger ticket then still karma will prevail . But thanks for giving an after thoughts

My friend iv seen a lot . Sisters screw brothers here in name of domestic abuses . The way the system works is you have to screw someone to get a deal. Ever heard of "plea a deal?" statement? @Swansea @uncle nyam @Young not forgetting my friend @Mjasusi I need your view on this
 
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There's more to this story than meets the eye.

Majority of American families, unless if wealthy, do not have live-in house helps or baby sitters. In instances that they do, they normally opt for Mexicans/Hispanics and they do pay them because they fully know the consequences of not doing so.

Have seen Kenyan families here that normally bring grannies or relas from Kenya and treat them as depicted in the aforementioned story, that's until they chanuka.
 

Lucern

Village Elder
#8
There's more to this story than meets the eye.

Majority of American families, unless if wealthy, do not have live-in house helps or baby sitters. In instances that they do, they normally opt for Mexicans/Hispanics and they do pay them because they fully know the consequences of not doing so.

Have seen Kenyan families here that normally bring grannies or relas from Kenya and treat them as depicted in the aforementioned story, that's until they chanuka.
Chanuka is the key word. Mtu aliwachanua that they can explore that option and they did it well. Karma.....
 
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Chanuka is the key word. Mtu aliwachanua that they can explore that option and they did it well. Karma.....
Right now as we speak, there's what is called The Blue Campaign and it is spearheaded by the Department of Homeland Security against human trafficking. If this story is true, then it fits the bill.
 
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Have seen Kenyan families here that normally bring grannies or relas from Kenya and treat them as depicted in the aforementioned story, that's until they chanuka.
What i wanted to say. The situation is worst if it's a man who has brought his niece and now the niece has to co-exist by force with the wife.
 

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