Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Bond Set for Afghan Soldiers Enroute to Canada
Three Afghan Soldiers who were detained trying to cross over the border from the United States to Canada are able to leave their jail if bond is posted for them. A U.S. immigration judge set bond at $25,000 for each. The three were on a short visit participating in a CENTCOM exercise held at Camp Edwards on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. During a visit to a shopping mall they went missing; hiring a taxi cab to drive them to Niagara Falls with hopes of finding refuge in Canada. Read more in "Bond set for Afghan soldiers who fled for Canada", Associated Press, October 22, 2014.