A New Hampshire jury on Thursday convicted a Rwandan woman of lying about her role in a 1994 genocide in her home country to acquire U.S. citizenship.
Beatrice Munyenyezi, 43, had her citizenship revoked and will face sentencing in June for two counts of lying on U.S. government applications, authorities said.
She faces up to 10 years behind bars, a $250,000 fine on each count and possible deportation, according to the Justice Department.
CONGRATS TO PRESIDENT MURSI- I hear he did not wear his flag lapel- a greater intelligence indeed.
???...really spinning the barstool tonite...
What would a Baptist know about a barstool Rascal. Just get out of church biddy.
Maybe the scout was really interested in him, hmmm?
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