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Old 06-13-2011, 05:52 PM
 
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Someone might find this interesting.

Pastor sentenced to 1 year for visa fraud, ordered to forfeit building housing former religious school
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Old 06-13-2011, 06:23 PM
 
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Great link Ecovlke. Makes one wonder just how many places like this are in operation. It was a good bust. I wonder if the students with the fake visas will be in trouble.

It's interesting to me that when it comes to illegals, it's the fault of our porous borders or the businesses willing to employ them, yet when it comes to drugs it's the fault of people that are willing to buy them. It's always the fault of citizens rather than those coming here illegally.

In this case, they caught the big daddy himself but it seems to me that those accepting the visas under fraudulent conditions should be punished as well.
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