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Mother Explores Deportation Policy After Daughter's Death

Mother Explores Deportation Policy After Daughter's Death

NEW LONDON — A Connecticut mother said she's trying to learn how a Haitian immigrant accused of fatally stabbing her daughter managed to avoided deportation only months before being charged with her murder. Wendy Hartling told The Day of New London on Thursday that she felt her daughter Casey Chadwick had been killed all over again when she found out Jean Jacques should have been deported after serving a 16-year prison sentence. The newspaper reported that Jacques' previous crimes — including the illegal use of a gun during a deadly 1996 shooting — qualified him for deportation to his native Haiti. Jacques's prison file was marked "Detainer:...

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