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Old 11-25-2008, 11:45 AM
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Among those arrested were 94 fugitives who ignored lawful orders of removal and went into hiding and 10 other immigration violators. Of the 104 arrested, 23 had prior criminal convictions for crimes including drug possession, stolen goods possession and indecent liberties with a child.

"We will continue conducting these targeted fugitive operations to arrest and deport those in violation of U.S. immigration law," said Felicia Skinner, acting field office director for the ICE Office of Detention and Removal in Atlanta. "Our message is clear: avoid arrest by complying with the law."

Raymundo Chavez-Maldonado was among those arrested during the five-day effort. Chavez-Maldonado was arrested without incident on Nov. 18 at his home in Clayton, North Carolina. He had been previously ordered deported by an immigration judge on Oct. 29, 2005 and had been a fugitive since then. Chavez-Maldonado has a prior arrest for indecent liberties with a child.

Also arrested was Jose Refugio Muniz a fugitive ordered deported in Jan 2006. Muniz, who has an extensive criminal history, was arrested at his home in Hendersonville, NC without incident. Muniz's prior arrests and convictions include misdemeanor larceny; felony possession of marijuana; possession of drug paraphernalia; felony possession of schedule IV drug and possession of stolen goods.

WBTV 3 News, Weather Sports, Traffic, and Programming Guide for Charlotte, NC | ICE fugitive operations teams nab 104 illegal aliens in NC, SC & GA

Just think, there are millions of these wonderful, hardworking illegally present wilderbeasts.

Murder, rape, child molestation, identity theft walking away from those undocumented mortgage loans are just temporary professions on the path to amnesty. Once all 30 million of them are legalized, I have no doubt they will magically turn into: law abiding, fine, upstanding English speaking, crime free taxpaying, Rhodes Scholars.
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Old 04-17-2009, 09:17 PM
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I am wondering where ICE is in the state of fl. IN fact, all states that have need of farm workers. But If they did round up the illegals in Fl. and fine their employers, perhaps we could all aford to move back to our state.
and this crap about they only take the jobs otheres don't want... OMG they are in every grocery store( publix esp) evry DOT crew, every construction company in the state! thats why houses r falling aart, low cost labor and low coast materials. Realy, Fl. is so lost. I am glad we were able to get out when we did.
thanks for posting this article. One of the big problems with the economy is to many not paying their way, sending money back to mexico, but sending kids to our schools and ...omg I could go on for an hour.
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Old 07-25-2009, 05:00 PM
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and now there are whole families of them hiding in the NC woods and using falls lake as their bathroom. The lake is so pullted by there waste it is unswimable now. and this is our drinking water.
Instead of keeping people off the lake, perhaps the better idea would be as they have started to do at Jocossee, Lure and Adger. That way there are people there to protect their homes, 24/7. Wake county is managing there man made lakes wrong!
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