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Dear Editor:
I am pleased to inform you that as an Immigration attorney in the Dominican Republic, I have solved the case of an African American woman who spent two years in an Immigration detention facility in South Carolina (Columbia Care Center), and in April of this year was deported to the Dominican Republic, accused of being a Dominican woman, because her mother was of Dominican origin, though she claimed all the time that she was American.

Mrs. Deolinda Smith a.k.a., Linda Rosario, her name in prison, was accused and convicted of attempted manslaughter, when she tried to defend herself from a crack woman, and spent two years in a New York jail. She was aprehended by INS and after a two years detention, sent to the Dominican Republic.

She suffers from Paranoic Schizophrenia, for many years, and talks about her mother and the Dominican Republic, even though she never came to the Dominican Republic in her entire 70 years.

I traced her family in NYC and with the help of her former High School, discovered her real identity and birth certificate.

She will be traveling back to America at the end of May, with the help of the State Departement.

Roque Leonel Rodriguez, Esq.
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic