Feel-Good Immigration Story From Binghamton
April 03, 2009, 09:56 PM
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This story appeared on the Binghamton Pressconnects.com site less than an hour ago.

For more than a century, Broome County has been a beacon for immigrants seeking a better life.

The flow slowed here and nationwide after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, brought legal immigration nearly to a halt, said Fred Trzcinski, executive director of the American Civic Association, a Binghamton immigration advocacy agency.[Flow of immigrants seeking citizenship slows in Broome | Refugees wanting asylum also down; officials work to streamline process By Nancy Dooling � Staff Writer � April 3, 2009]

This story makes no mention of the fact that there was MASS SHOOTING committed by one of those immigrants just today. I have no way of knowing if the people interviewed are even alive.