Heartbreaking Video Of Congolese Refugees Deported From US In Chains & Diapers

Heartbreaking Video Of Congolese Refugees Deported From US In Chains & Diapers

The United States have deported some Congolese refugees and they deported them in CHAINS & DIAPERS.

Facebook user, Saul Mbenga who shared the sad news wrote;

A BAD IMAGE FOR THE USA IS EMERGING IN AFRICA!!! INHUMANE TREATMENT OF PEOPLE BEING DEPORTED TO MAKE MANY REMEMVER SLAVERY AND RACISM IT IS A SHAME. PLEASE DEPORT WITH DIGNITY NO NEED TO SHACKLE PEPOLE LIKE THIS. I AM SADDENED BY THESE IMAGES

The United States 🇺🇸 expelled/deported Congolese (DRC) refugees handcuffed like slaves and wearing diapers to prevent them using the wash room! Upon arriving to Kinshasa, the Congolese Minster of Human rights ordered the same private jet to take them back to the US and government filed a lawsuit for human rights abuse by the US Government!

Watch Video HERE

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1 Comment

  1. john village

    Some day America is going to get some balls, like Russia, and just kill these people when they try to get into the country, and then people will stop boarding planes to go there.

    These men were hardened criminals, that is why they are in chains.

    The committed crimes in America and they were being flown on a private gulfstream jet, not a passenger airline.

    Other than being in handcuffs, they were treated very well.

    Funny, they did not complain about the 4 day trip to get here, in coach seats.

    Funny isn’t it, how they did not complain about that.

    Just get on a plane and come to America, no passport, no money, no job, just arrive at JFK and they let you stay.

    If they did not allow that, they would not have problems like this.

    And they had cell phones. Clearly, they were not being treated poorly.

    Much better than they ever were in their country

    And why did their country send them back to America ?

    No one asks these questions.

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