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A 15-year-old Texas girl who was deported in May to Colombia after claiming to be an illegal immigrant was back in the United ...
States and will be in Dallas on Friday evening, her mother said. (Jan. 6)
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[Location - Date:Dallas -- January 6, 2012][Source:AP photos; KDFW][VO:]THIS 15-YEAR-OLD GIRL IS BACK ON AMERICAN SOIL AFTER AN ORDEAL THAT'S MADE GLOBAL HEADLINES.JAKADRIEN (juh-KAY-dree-un) TURNER HAD BEEN IN COLOMBIA.TURNS OUT .. SHE'D BEEN DEPORTED IN MAY AFTER CLAIMING TO BE AN ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT.BUT SHE'S A U-S CITIZEN ... FROM TEXAS ... WITH NO CONNECTIONS TO THE SOUTH AMERICAN COUNTRY.MANY FACTS OF THE CASE ARE STILL UNCLEAR...BUT JAKADRIEN'S FAMILY SAID SHE LEFT HOME IN NOVEMBER 2010. POLICE SAY SHE WAS ARRESTED ON APRIL SECOND THE FOLLOWING YEAR FOR MISDEMEANOR THEFT..THAT'S WHEN SHE USED A FALSE NAME ... AND CLAIMED TO BE A COLOMBIAN WOMAN BORN IN 1990. U-S IMMIGRATION OFFICIALS INSIST THEY FOLLOWED PROCEDURE ... AND FOUND NOTHING TO INDICATE THAT THE GIRL WASN'T WHO SHE SAYS SHE WAS.BUT JAKADRIEN'S GRANDMOTHER DISAGREES ... AND SAYS SOMEONE'S MADE A BIG MISTAKE.[Notes:SOT Lorene Turner, Jakadrien Lorece Turner's Grandmother: "I think the system need to be changed in line with more security and more protection for people getting on flights. You know make sure the identification is right before being deported. You know that's wrong. That's a child. She didn't look 22."]JAKADRIEN IS FIVE MONTHS PREGNANT...TELLING AUTHORITIES SHE BECAME PREGNANT WHILE IN COLOMBIA. HER MOTHER SPOKE TO THE A-P ON THE PHONE BEFORE PLANNING TO MEET HER DAUGHTER AT THE DALLAS AIRPORT.[Notes:SOT Johnisa Turner, Jakadrien Lorece Turner's Mother: "I won't just feel really, really good until I'm able to touch her, until I'm able to put her in my arms. A lot of catching up to do. I have a gazillion questions."]THE CASE HAS GOT U-S AND COLOMBIA OFFICIALS POINTING FINGERS AT ONE ANOTHER OVER WHO IS RESPONSIBLESOME LEGAL EXPERTS SAY MULTIPLE SAFEGUARDS MUST HAVE BEEN DROPPED IN ORDER FOR THIS TO HAPPEN.[Notes:SOT Ray Jackson, Attorney: "It could very well be that they ran it through the system without doing anything that they should have done in order to determine that she was who she said she was."]IT'S UNCLEAR IF JAKADRIEN WILL BE CHARGED IN THE U-S FOR FALSIFYING HER IDENTITY IN A CRIMINAL PROCESS.[SIGOUT/REPORTER, LOCATION, ASSOCIATED PRESS](****END****) ANCHOR VOICE: Nicole Grether-------------------------VIDEO PRODUCER: Nicole Grether---------------------------VIDEO SOURCE: AP photos; KDFW-----------------------VIDEO APPROVAL: Donna Starddard----------------------------VIDEO RESTRICTIONS: Courtesy KDFW----------------------------------MARKET EMBARGO (S): none--------------------------------SCRIPT/WIRE SOURCE: BC-US--Texas-Deported Teen, 15th Ld-Writethru,0852