Jan 10, 2003
Stories of some of the secrets our government keeps: of imprisonment, deportation, and spying, and how those secrets affect us.
- In the war on terror, the government is rounding up foreigners, checking their immigration status, and then, sometimes, deporting them. It won't give out their names. David Kestenbaum tried to find out everything that can be found out about who these new deportees are...and about what happened to them once they were seized and put on trial, in secret. To do this, he has to bypass the federal government (which won't say much about the deportees) and head overseas to talk with them firsthand. (18 minutes)Song: "Betrayal Takes Two", Richard Hell and the Voidoids