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Family of Georgia student jailed in Cayman Islands seeks White House’s help

Family of Georgia student jailed in Cayman Islands seeks White House’s help

Jeanne Mack, who is the grandmother of a Georgia college student who was jailed in the Cayman Islands for failing to follow COVID quarantine guidelines said she has written to President Donald Trump and has sought the US government’s help in the case. Talking about her grand daughter Skylar Mack, Jeanne Mack said ’She called me last night, she couldn’t sleep.’

Chris
Chris
James
James 1 months

A total lapse of judgement; a mistake; what utter nonsense. She deliberately arranged to have authorities loosen her monitoring bracelet so she could slip it off and go join her boyfriend instead of quarantining. She got what she deserved.

justsayin
justsayin 1 months

Where is her white privilege hiding?!!!!!

Ryan
Ryan 1 months

We want important people back ( snowden, assange ) . Hard pass.

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