Missing Cuban refugee hands himself in

| 21/01/2014

(CNS) Updated: The 24-year-old Cuban national who escaped from the Immigration Detention Centre near Fairbanks Prison yesterday has returned to the facility. According to immigration authorities, Yasmani Ampudia Remon, who left the centre shortly before noon Monday, handed himself in on Monday evening. Remon, who was one of ten of Cuban refugees who arrived off the coast of East End on 31 December, was believed not to have gone far from the George Town detention centre. The parameter of the area was reinforced and the K9-Unit had been contacted for possible assistance.

 

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  1. Anonymous says:

    So bad CIG continues to pick them up when the only thing they are seeking is HELP to continue in their run for freedom.

    May God bless them and protect them and also the caring citizen who are willing to help them.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Who DOES keep watch .

  3. Anonymous says:

    DIdn't even know he escaped….again a cover up at Fairbanks…who is watching these detainees????? This isn't the first time this has happened and it seems to be continuing.  Now we are told after the fact……

    CNS: A release was issued yesterday and the fact that he had escaped was well publicised by CNS, Cayman 27 and other media. You just weren't paying attention.

  4. Anonymous says:

    The immigration department should be blamed for any escaped Cubans, because they continue to baby sit them knowing full well who they are.  These people have a record.

    XXXX

    • Anonymous says:

      Unfortunately it isn't the Immigration Department watching them

       

      • Anonymous says:

        15:16 that may be true that the immigration department is not watching them. But I am very positive that they are the one calling the shots.

        They are the persons who hire the same, same, same security Guards.  There should be a proper dention set up with ex /retired police running the camp, like before under Karl Lopez and Tad Welcome. It was run with dignity back then.

        The security guards.  NO .





         







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