EPelle wrote:malmo wrote:My point has nothing to do with her ability to maintain her passport or parole restrictions. (although both could come into play).
If Canada does not permit convicted felons to enter their country, then I'd be astonished if China would.
I'd guess that Marion is free to go to Holland, Venezuela, Sicily, Panama, Crete, Columbia, and San Francisco as many times as she wants.
I read your quote as such:
As a convicted felon, Marion cannot even travel to Canada.
Point taken, however.
What am I missing here? Should I have written, "Marion, as a convicted felon, cannot even travel to Canada?"