Think of those less fortunate - before they get deported

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it's time to organize your Christmas/Hanukah/Kwaanza greeting cards mailing list. If you frequent the scumbars on Lowest Greenville, it's a must to remember all the bartenders, bouncers, hoochie-mamas and gangbangers who made your life what it is today: Absolutely worthless as a broke alcoholic.

Before you lick that last envelope, make sure you include Lowest Greenville's most well-known scumbar owner (in his own words), Brightman Nwatu. Until recently a guest of the Dallas County Jail, he's been moved to Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Rolling Hills Detention Center in Haskell, Texas. From there, it's just a short drive to DFW Airport and a one-way ticket back home to Nigeria. Word is Brightman's already has a seat reserved in a Lagos coffee shop, where he can start his new career as an internet scam artist trying to get you to invest in his phony bank account schemes. Considering how well he did with Lost Society, he's got a great future ahead of him.

There's no word on when his former partner and BFF, Fernando Rosales, will be back in detention, but the wheels of justice they do grind slowly. We are patient.

By Avi S. Adelman under Public safety , Lower Greenville