Jorge García is no "bad hombre." Before being deported to Mexico in mid-January, he was a hard-working, tax-paying landscaper in Michigan. He's also a hband and father -- although now an absent one. Many deportees -- most, like García, good people -- return to countries they no longer know, some of them unable to speak the language. Others are thrt into life-threatening situations. Families and communities fracture; some deportees die.