Well they are gone, those wild and wooly MethoBloggers. Our ISP was able to get all worked out and the MethoBlog is back up and running. Sorry for the inconvenience.
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Read the story or the truth. Immigration or a fugitive team does not just decide to pick up people who have not had hearings. If you read the whole story, Holness had a hearing and a judge ordered him deported to Jamaica in the 90’s, then he also had an appeal hearing in the 90’s. He lost his immigration status because of “robbery” and drugs. Ask yourself what would happen to us in another country if we were convicted of those crimes…and still allowed to stay on appeal, and for years and years. The only mistake is that he should have been deported in the 90’s.