The Crime Report
An Eritrean asylum seeker tells us about life after deportation from Israel and what he'd wished he'd done instead.
Meles Ghirmay remembers every moment leading up to his deportation from Israel.
"I was hopeful and thinking that they would give me a visa," the Eritrean asylum seeker says softly over the phone from Kampala, Uganda.
“When I became a cop in 1985, we were told nothing should bother you, just keep it moving,” Dibona recalled in an interview with The Crime Report.
“Cops don’t like to show their emotions.”
But when he finally mustered enough strength to approach his supervisor, he received no help.
COVID-19 has created not only panic and fear throughout the world but an interruption of daily routines. Grappling with the effects of the pandemic, New York City’s vulnerable children are suffering major losses due to the decision to temporarily close public, private, and parochial schools.