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Old 10-28-2008, 11:34 AM
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Francisco Santillan Arellano, also known as "El Padrino" ("The Godfather"), was the head of a fraudulent document manufacturing and sales ring that distributed social security cards, permanent resident or so-called "green" cards, and driver's licenses to illegal alien customers. Arellano admitted to law enforcement authorities that he employed at least 17 people in this business in the Atlanta area. He stated he had operated the fraudulent document business for at least two or three years prior to his arrest on March 25, 2008. The ring operated at least two document labs at apartments in the Forest Park and Lindbergh-Buford Highway areas. Arellano admitted that the ring sold about 90 sets of fraudulent documents per week
Head of identity theft ring pleads guilty to manufacture and sale of fraudulent identification documents (http://www.ice.gov/pi/nr/0809/080912atlanta.htm - broken link)
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