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On the other hand . . .

Is it true that a US citizen can’t enter because of high-handed bureaucrats?

Olivas was returning to the United States from Mexico officials unlawfully refused to allow him to enter the United States, may have issued an order of removal against him, and referred him for a hearing at an unspecified date that occurred,” according to the complaint.

Olivas says he has a U.S. birth certificate, but a State Department official coerced his mother into saying that the certificate was falsified. Olivas was issued a “delayed registration of birth” certificate in 1970, five months after he was born, because his mother – then a Mexican national – “was fearful of giving birth in a hospital and instead delivered Mr. Olivas in a private residence with the assistance of a midwife,” the complaint states.

via Courthouse News Service.

 

More on the lawsuit at Breitbart.com.

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