Let me tell another story.  Several years ago, a man, who only spoke Spanish, was arrested for illegally crossing the border from Mexico into the United States at Douglas, Arizona.  He was put in a cell, but it was late in the day, the shift was changing, and the jailer forgot to tell the next shift that someone was back there.  It's apparently a small jail, and nobody thought to look since no one heard anything.  The man was left there from a Thursday to a Saturday, when a janitor found him.
        But why didn't you say something, he was asked.  Yet this very question underscores exactly the lack of understanding between the man and his jailers.  The man, who was not a criminal, simply did what he was supposed to do.  He had manners.