Here is a link for an article by windsor.ctvnews.ca that is entitled, Lawsuit over cold cell at Detroit-Windsor border clears key hurdle: https://windsor.ctvnews.ca/mobile/lawsuit-over-cold-cell-at-detroit-windsor-border-clears-key-hurdle-1.4807153.
Please click on that link, to read that article. In case you can't, I will share it (I copied/pasted):
A judge says a lawsuit can proceed in the case of a Detroit-area man who said he was forced to remove his coat and shoes before spending hours in a cold cell at the border.
Anas Elhady is a U.S. citizen of Yemeni descent. Elhady was stopped at the Ambassador Bridge in Detroit while returning from Ontario in 2015.
Elhady says U.S. border officers put him in a very cold cell and occasionally asked him questions over four hours.
He was eventually taken to a hospital where his body temperature was 96 degrees.
Border officers returned him to the Ambassador Bridge station and released him.Wow!
Even though that article was published February 11, 2020, I hadn't read it until now.
Even though this man went through trouble at the bridge... I know it wasn't the first thing I heard or knew about.
Even me and family, and a friend went through a weird situation at the border... many, many years ago.
So, to me it didn't seem strange... even though I wouldn't like that to happen, also.
Thinking about that, made me think about 1 Peter 4:12, "Beloved, think it not strange concerning the fiery trial which is to try you, as though some strange thing happened unto you:".
Amen! Beloved, think it not strange concerning the fiery trial which is to try you, as though some strange thing happened unto you.
Please realize that many people go through things... that don't seem great... but seem terrible.
However, when we belong to God... He helps us!
So, I must admit that... I thank Him.
Thank You, Lord!
Until next time...
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