Comments for: Ugandan native sentenced to year in prison for fake marriage to Mainer

Posted Dec. 04, 2012, at 11:37 a.m.

PORTLAND | A Ugandan citizen was sentenced Monday in U.S. District Court to a year in federal prison for being part of a marriage scam that paid Mainers to wed people seeking to gain U.S. citizenship. A jury in March found Catherine Nantume, 34, of Woburn, Mass., guilty of …

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  • Anonymous

    Invest $500 so he could take thousands from the welfare system, give birth to five or six kids, all of who will be gang bangers who we should “give A Chance”

  • Anonymous

    Am I missing something here???? How come Timothy Dancsak isn’t mentioned as being charged for falsely marrying this woman????

  • Anonymous

    What ever happened to Timothy Dancsak???

    • The Great White Hope

      He should be deported to Uganda as well for good measure.

  • Serve the sentence, then be deported? How about saving the taxpayers money (the whole point I thought) and just send her packing.

    • The Great White Hope

      Exactly that simplifies the whole situation.

  • Tedlick Badkey

    So this is the “sanctity of marriage” folks were trying to protect?

    LOL!

    • Anonymous

      It seems the recent vote would allow Mr. Danksac to double his customer base!

  • Alec Cunningham

    Why aren’t those marriages valid?

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