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Posted on 09/16/2005 7:23:13 AM PDT by Ooh-AhEdited on 09/16/2005 7:24:46 AM PDT by Sidebar Moderator. [history]
Three illegal aliens were arrested by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents this week when they reported for work as outside contractors at a secure area of a Nebraska nuclear power station.
The arrests were the latest in a series of ICE apprehensions of illegal aliens performing contract work at nuclear plants and other nuclear-related facilities.
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtontimes.com ...
Hmmmm.....Muzzies or Hispanics?
They could easily be both.
IMHO, if we take away the possibility of jobs for Criminal Aliens, a lot of them will go home.
I realize this may not be popular in the business community.
The article says, "Numerous unauthorized workers have been arrested and warning notices issued to those employing unauthorized workers..." We need much more than warning notices. Throw a bunch of them in jail and the word will get around.
"The three were Mexican nationals who had been hired by an independent contractor to perform maintenance work at the nuclear plant, Tim Counts, spokesman for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, said Thursday."
"The men are to be removed from the country."
More at Omaha World-Herald. (Have to register.)
At a nuclear facility. At least someone has a sense of humor.
ICE.gov - News Release: Blair, Nebraska - "ICE AGENTS ARREST ILLEGAL ALIENS AT OMAHA NUCLEAR PLANT -- Arrests are latest in series of illegal alien apprehensions at nuclear facilities in recent months --" (September 15, 2005) (Read More...)
These 'independant contractors' [lawbreakers] need to have their licenses pulled NOW. Do we have a bunch of girlie men running the country? This needs to be stopped before the terrorists come up with the big one.
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