Radio Noon Montreal | Oct 19, 2012 | 13:31

Hungarian family faces imminent deportation

A Montreal family is facing deportation back to their native Hungary today. Tibor Baranyai was a victim of a human smuggling ring that brought him to Canada and exploited him. After his escape, he helped the authorities to dismantle and prosecute the largest human-trafficking ring in Canadian history. But now, his wife and step-daughter are being deported back to Hungary, while Tibor Baranyai is allowed to stay in Canada. Bernard St-Laurent talked to Ildiko Nagy, Baranyai's step-daughter, as they were packing their bags and saying last goodbyes to friends.

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