Businessmen face prison in illegal-worker conspiracy
Three Coast businessmen accepted plea agreements Friday in the same federal courthouse that inadvertently became part of a conspiracy to defraud the government through the hiring and harboring of illegal immigrant workers.
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Since: May 08
#1 Jun 4, 2011
These companies will never change their ways, until they are made to do some hard jail time, and lose their businesses.
Fines do nothing to deter the business world from continuing to use illegal immigrants. We have to hit them where is hurts.
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