Americans deported – the concept sounds so wrong, it's strange to even hear the words together. But a researcher from Northwestern University says it happens everyday. Political theorist Jackie Stevens, States Without Nations, estimates of the approximate one million people the U.S. government deports, less than one percent are American – a tiny percentage but that translates into hundreds of U.S. citizens wrongfully forced to leave the country. And now there are concerns with the implementation of Arizona's new immigration law this week, the problem will get worse. Don Lemon spoke with one American, Johann Ace Francis, who lost 10 years with his family after he was mistakenly deported.