Children aboard latest migrant vessel to land in GC

| 19/01/2023 | 5 Comments
Customs and Border Control officer

(CNS): Two children whose ages have not been disclosed were among six Cuban migrants that arrived in a boat that came ashore in North Side on Tuesday, 17 January. One boy and one girl were with three adult men and one woman, according to a brief release from Customs and Border Control. Officials confirmed that these migrants are now being processed in accordance with established protocols, which also involves the Department of Children and Family Services in the case of the two minors. No other details have been released.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Is it Child abuse to set sail on the big ocean with the children and little hope of reaching anywhere?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Dreaming of the gilded gates of Cardinal DaCosta’s pet emporium all these years…just you wait til you see it kids…

    • Anonymous says:

      Cardinal D’s had nothing to do with Mr. DaCosta. It was named in memory Cardinal Duane Bodden and owned by his family.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Obviously communism is a failed economic system. Why do so many seem to want to change our system to it’s just as ugly cousin socialism?

    • Anonymous says:

      In response to your question, we are a UK dependant territory, and the UK is our socialist democracy motherland. The better question is: why are the Cayman Islands so eager to ally with authoritarian communist regimes, sanctions havens, and human rights violators? These aren’t congruent political or philosophical principles. It’s just a cash-grab for a heavily subsidised Caribbean airline, and maybe some other economy we don’t know about.


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