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    N.M.: Illegal Immigrants Arrested In Bribery Case

    Illegal Immigrants Arrested In Bribery Case

    4 Men Accused Of Bribing Federal Agents

    POSTED: 8:43 pm MDT March 19, 2008
    UPDATED: 8:49 pm MDT March 19, 2008

    ALBUQUERQUE -- Four Mexican nationals have been ordered held without bond after they were arrested in connection with a bribery case involving the illegal purchase of resident alien cards.

    Special agents with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives made the arrests Saturday as part of a six-month joint investigation

    Luis Daniel Miramontes-Morales, 44, was accused of paying $12,000 in cash to a federal agent he believed was a corrupt government employee in exchange for four green cards.

    His wife, sister and brother-in-law are charged with illegally entering the United States.

    The four drove from Colorado -- where they had been living -- to Albuquerque on Saturday to pick up their green cards. Instead, they were arrested by federal agents. ... b&psp=news
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    Henderson, NV.. formally of So Calif
    It doesn't seem difficult at all for illegals to come up with $12,000...wish I could say the same
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