Illegal immigrants being fired in face of federal crackdown

Jan 20, 2008 | Posted by: RoboTech | Full story: www.nj.com

For six years, Modesto Roque went to work at the sprawling Silver Line window factory in North Brunswick -- a union job with health insurance and wages that started at $7.50 an hour and rose to $9.25. No one, ...

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Jan 21, 2008
 
JUDGE STEPHEN SIX SIGNATURE FORGED ON SEARCH WARRANTS EXECUTED ON YELLOW HOUSE BY LAWRENCE KANSAS POLICE AND FEDERAL AGENTS

When it was questioned why district court Judge Stephen Six would be continuously issuing subpoenas and search warrants in Federal Yellow House case things began to look suspicious.

Upon further investigation it also became suspicious that police executed a search warrant upon the Yellow House business owner’s residence between 9am and 10am yet the warrant left behind clearly stated the time of the warrant issued and signed by Judge Six was at 1:30pm in the afternoon. The times were not adding up. Why would police get a search warrant from a Judge at 1:30 in the afternoon to search a house they had already been searching since 9 am that morning?

According to sources close to the case Judge Stephen Six claims to have only signed the one original first warrant to search the business location Yellow House Store at 1904 Massachusetts in a stolen property investigation, then the case was moved out of his court.

So how did his name get on all those other search warrants and subpoenas in the Yellow House Investigation case?

Subpoenas and warrants were issued 2 times at the business, 3 times at the residence, subpoenas and warrants were executed in Judge Six's name at Commerce bank, Intrust bank, and Douglas County bank, email records through Sunflower Cable Company, records were subpoenaed from Westar Electric and for Journal World blog identities, ebay records, paypal records etc.

The signatures do not appear to match. Here are the warrants for you to see for yourself:

This is the First warrant served. Judge Six confirms he signed this one. However he only gave them police authority to take 20 specific items from the business. Clearly the warrant was violated when police confiscated over 100 pieces of merchandise from the business.

These next two warrants also executed under judge Six's signature however do not appear to bear the same hand writing as the warrant above.

http://yellowhousestore.blogspot.com/2008/01/...
Look at the warrants :

http://picasaweb.google.com/guysmileys/Lawren...


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Jan 21, 2008
 
Modesto came here as an illegal alien and got a job using a fake ID. He knew the chance he was taking. Game over for Modesto.----next?

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Jan 21, 2008
 
Bravo to Silver Line for being pro-active in checking employee records and verifying SS#'s. This needs to be done before anyone is hired. As far as the Union goes, they need to stop and think what they are doing to the (legal) American worker by supporting illegal immigrants. What they are doing is immoral to the legal worker and to our nation's economy.
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Jan 21, 2008
 
jannypan wrote:
Modesto came here as an illegal alien and got a job using a fake ID. He knew the chance he was taking. Game over for Modesto.----next?
Roque says a former co-worker at another job gave him the number to use when he first arrived in the country. "I don't know if it's false or illegal," he said.

He doesn't know if it's false or illegal??? The damn car number isn't his, what the hell did he think is was if not false and illegal??? OMG! The double-speak of this person is astounding. Even more astounding is seeing unions trying to get the jobs back or serverance packages for these illegals, giving a boo-hoo story about how it's unfair, and so sudden and they worked so many years. Well, it should be self-evident that if you live a life of crime, you should be ready at any time for the law to come after you and you get your just desserts. Pack it up and go home to your country. Be grateful for everything you've received that you were entitled too.
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Jan 21, 2008
 
jannypan wrote:
Modesto came here as an illegal alien and got a job using a fake ID. He knew the chance he was taking. Game over for Modesto.----next?
Roque says a former co-worker at another job gave him the number to use when he first arrived in the country. "I don't know if it's false or illegal," he said.

He doesn't know if it's false or illegal??? The damn car number isn't his, what the hell did he think is was if not false and illegal??? OMG! The double-speak of this person is astounding. Even more astounding is seeing unions trying to get the jobs back or serverance packages for these illegals, giving a boo-hoo story about how it's unfair, and so sudden and they worked so many years. Well, it should be self-evident that if you live a life of crime, you should be ready at any time for the law to come after you and you get your just desserts. Pack it up and go home to your country. Be grateful for everything you've received that you were not entitled too.

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Jan 21, 2008
 
Its about the "Prep Walk"

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Jan 21, 2008
 
sorry, Perp Walk.

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Jan 21, 2008
 
This is the reason unions died in the U.S.A.,we saw that they would sell us out for a dime.

IBEW sold out it's members in 1983,we fought it happening but we lost our jobs.

Then the company re-opens as BMG and guess who is still there? IBEW collecting its graft.

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Jan 21, 2008
 
Study the Trilateral Commission.

The Top Two union officials are part of it.

If you take the time to study this,it will explain a lot of what is happening.
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Jan 21, 2008
 
"Gerow, however, sees it more simply. These men paid their dues and worked hard for years, he says, and deserve more than just being fired with no compensation.

"It's based solely on my moral values," he said of his decision to fight for the workers' jobs. "They paid me with no hesitation and when the leopard changes its spots, they become victimized." What about the American citizen who was victimized you low life scum! Its about who's morals? Can't be yours you have none.

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Jan 21, 2008
 
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Roque says a former co-worker at another job gave him the number to use when he first arrived in the country. "I don't know if it's false or illegal," he said.
He doesn't know if it's false or illegal??? The damn car number isn't his, what the hell did he think is was if not false and illegal??? OMG! The double-speak of this person is astounding. Even more astounding is seeing unions trying to get the jobs back or serverance packages for these illegals, giving a boo-hoo story about how it's unfair, and so sudden and they worked so many years. Well, it should be self-evident that if you live a life of crime, you should be ready at any time for the law to come after you and you get your just desserts. Pack it up and go home to your country. Be grateful for everything you've received that you were entitled too.
I was thinking the same thing! How does one not know it's illegal when it's not yours yet you're using it? And within those years, Bush publicly made using a social security number that is not yours a FELONY.

And, the idea that the unions would be trying to get the jobs back is insane. The people involved should be charged with aiding/abetting. I love the fact that they think these illegals should be given a severance and a YEAR (which implies severance for a year) to get something else. HOW MANY CITIZENS GET LAID OFF OR FIRED AND GET A YEAR'S SEVERANCE???? Geee, none that I can think of -- especially at the work level these people do (they aren't CEOs, CFOs, or anything of the sort).
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Jan 21, 2008
 
""Search the business owners home and business in racially motivated illegal investigation.""

PROBABLE CAUSE - A reasonable belief that a person has committed a crime. The test the court of appeals employs to determine whether probable cause existed for purposes of arrest is whether facts and circumstances within the officer's knowledge are sufficient to warrant a prudent person to believe a suspect has committed, is committing, or is about to commit a crime. U.S. v. Puerta, 982 F.2d 1297, 1300 (9th Cir. 1992). In terms of seizure of items, probable cause merely requires that the facts available to the officer warrants a "man of reasonable caution" to conclude that certain items may be contraband or stolen property or useful as evidence of a crime. U.S. v. Dunn, 946 F.2d 615, 619 (9th Cir. 1991), cert. Denied, 112 S. Ct. 401 (1992).

It is undisputed that the Fourth Amendment, applicable to the states through the Fourteenth Amendment, prohibits an officer from making an arrest without probable cause. McKenzie v. Lamb, 738 F.2d 1005, 1007 (9th Cir. 1984). Probable cause exists when "the facts and circumstances within the arresting officer's knowledge are sufficient to warrant a prudent person to believe that a suspect has committed, is committing, or is about to commit a crime." United States v. Hoyos, 892 F.2d 1387, 1392 (9th Cir. 1989), cert. denied, 489 U.S. 825 (1990)(citing United States v. Greene, 783 F.2d 1364, 1367 (9th Cir. 1986), cert. denied, 476 U.S. 1185 (1986)).

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Jan 21, 2008
 
Indyeast wrote:
This is the reason unions died in the U.S.A.,we saw that they would sell us out for a dime.
IBEW sold out it's members in 1983,we fought it happening but we lost our jobs.
Then the company re-opens as BMG and guess who is still there? IBEW collecting its graft.
Unions are down in the US because they got greedy, raised their membership dues, committed crimes, and gave little back little in return. I can't support an organization that would sit at a table and agree to employee cuts, saving jobs based on seniority and not quality of work or rate of production. Nothing to do with immigration.

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Jan 21, 2008
 
Soldier First wrote:
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Unions are down in the US because they got greedy, raised their membership dues, committed crimes, and gave little back little in return. I can't support an organization that would sit at a table and agree to employee cuts, saving jobs based on seniority and not quality of work or rate of production. Nothing to do with immigration.
I believe you just agreed?
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Jan 21, 2008
 
Modesto Roque should be prosecuted for Social Security THEFT and then DEPORTED.

I am happy to see employers matching Social Security numbers with the employee. Most job applications have a clause that says if you knowingly give false information you can/will be fired and Modesto Roque KNEW the Social Security number he was USING was NOT his.

I applaud Anderson Corporation for their diligent attention as to who works for them by matching the employee to the Social Security number they gave on the job application.
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Jan 21, 2008
 
I am looking for new windows. Looks like I will go with Anderson. It is good to know that when I buy an American made product it is made by Americans.
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Jan 21, 2008
 
Just another "SOB STORY" of a poor (boo-hoo) VICTIM of ILLEGAL immigration who thought he was "getting away" with BREAKING THE LAW OF THE LAND! The liberal press continues to crank out these maudlin stories of poor ILLEGALS who are FINALLY being discovered CHEATING AMERICANS, STEALING S.S. numbers, receiving taxpayer-funded benefits, taking America's jobs and on and on for YEARS and then when found out, come up with weepy tales of WOE caused by us meanies ENFORCING THE LAW AS IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN ALL ALONG! As a hard-working, taxpaying American citizen, I have no sympathy for any criminal, having been victimized by criminals myself a few times too many. He SHOULD have applied for LEGAL entry, came in LEGALLY and become a CITIZEN. HIS FAILURE to obey are laws does not move me in the least. Tough toenails Paco.

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Jan 21, 2008
 
Dee Dee Dee wrote:
I am looking for new windows. Looks like I will go with Anderson. It is good to know that when I buy an American made product it is made by Americans.
Actually the windows are assembled in the US and Mexico, but the material used is from oversears.
Don't worry though, you are still supporting an amcerican business.

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Indyeast wrote:
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I believe you just agreed?
Did not..lol
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Indyeast wrote:
This is the reason unions died in the U.S.A.,we saw that they would sell us out for a dime.
IBEW sold out it's members in 1983,we fought it happening but we lost our jobs.
Then the company re-opens as BMG and guess who is still there? IBEW collecting its graft.
It is hard for the illegals to get on jobs that require entry into the large plants down here. Security is tight in the refineries and chemical plants. The contractors might have some working in fabrication shops that furnish materials for their jobs, but they cannot get into the plants
without foolproof I.D. The unions are not threatened in the same way you were. But, because Texas is a right to work state, and most of the non union electricians and instrument techs have associate degrees and are multi craft, the IBEW has had to become eaiser to live with. Also, most contracts now have performance clauses that force them to weed out the deadbeats they used to carry.

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