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African Country: Identity Documents and Costs Taxpayers

african country: There's no evidence that he's a threat to public safety, according to Toronto Star. It's manifestly unjust to keep him locked up so long for no good reason. Here's a better idea let him out, now. And to top it all off, it costs taxpayers a lot of money, more than 90,000 a year, to hold him. Article Continued Below They say he changed his story, had no identity documents, and hasn't been cooperating with authorities. Toure was originally detained because Canadian officials wanted to deport him but had no proof that he was really from where he claims to have been born, the African country of Gambia. ( As reported in the news.