Worker who survived New Orleans hotel collapse deported

Worker who survived New Orleans hotel collapse deported

A construction worker hurt in last month’s collapse of the Hard Rock Hotel construction site in New Orleans has been deported to Honduras on Friday. The ICE confirmed that Delmer Joel Ramirez Palma, 38, was flown to Honduras. Border Patrol officers arrested Ramirez Palma two days after he fell several stories as the upper floors of the hotel project caved in on Oct. 12.

Scott in FLorida
Scott in FLorida 3 months

Here we see yet another reason illegal aliens working are used as slaves. He complained several times but his boss just says get back to work or I will hand you over to ICE. Come here in a legal manner and you are welcome. Come here by jumping the fence you are a detriment to our way of life and our freedom.

Petri Fide
Petri Fide 3 months

Curious what penalty the employer received for participating in human trafficking.

porcus 3 months


Frederick 3 months

Well shit, shouldn't have over stayed.

Sarah 3 months

Capitalist scum at its best! Use immigrants fleeing violence as wage slaves and when they get hurt on your job site deport their ass so you don't have to pay their medical bills. Absolutley shameful!

ConcealCarryProtect 3 months

Am I the only of that sees a likeness to Steven Crowder?

Paul C
Paul C 3 months

"I'll be back."

Kyle G
Kyle G 3 months

Any time an illegal is deported it’s a good thing.

TheMadDane 3 months


Carol 3 months

Just didn't want to pay for injuries sustained? Wow, this company must belong to Repub! Shame, using cheap labor and then ridding self of problem which I'm sure they knew he was an you don't have to "pay" injured worker. What people who have do to those who don't!!?

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