1st Class Action Filed That References Canada’s 60’s Scoops Victims Placed In USA
February 11, 2015 § Leave a comment
February 11, 2o15, (See Huff Post – Canada Link Below). We are reaching out to the author of this Huffington Post – Canada article so that a correction can be made, i.e., in article, the journalist expresses that NO Canada Scoop Victim placed in USA has been recognized by Truth & Reconciliation Commission – Canada; That is not true, The 1st Victim of Canada Scoops placed in USA was recognized by TRC-Canada in 2012, and his files via TRC-Canada are archived within National Archives of Canada. More: it was only based on TRC-Canada recognition of him as a Victim of Canada Scoops placed in USA that this man then, subsequently and as a direct-result, received his USA Citizenship, the review and approval expedited, his violations of federal law, ‘dropped’ by USCIS. And, by ‘dropped’ I just mean, straight up over-looked because in light of him being a victim of a genocide we were able to position his experience so that those violations of federal law didn’t matter so much to the USCIS judge as his status and experience of being a recognized victim of a genocide, albeit not a genocide that until this man’s application was approved, USCIS had recognized.
This USA Placed Victim-Survivor of Canadian Scoops’s file includes form that indicates his consent to have his file, including his name and photographs, to be published in public domain, i.e., in the media.