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    Massive ICE Raid in Mississippi Busted Up Child Labor Ring of Illegal Immigrants

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    Massive ICE Raid in Mississippi Busted Up Child Labor Ring of Illegal Immigrants

    Illegal immigration means the exploitation of children.



    Published 11 hours ago on Aug 9, 2019
    By Shane Trejo





    Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) made headlines on Tuesday when they arrested 680 illegal immigrants in Mississippi in what was the biggest single-state raid in the history of the United States.
    But what didn’t make the headlines was the exploited child labor ring that was busted up during the raid. Jessica Vaughan, Director of Policy Studies at the Center for Immigration Studies, pointed out this fact in a post on Twitter.

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    In press conf ICE says they encountered 18 juveniles working at the Mississippi plants raided yesterday, one as young as 14 years old.

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    Despite the fact that child labor was apparently being exploited at the raid locations, the fake news media and pro-illegal groups used the children of the alleged law-breakers to turn public support against ICE in the aftermath of the raids.

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    “Government please show some heart,” said 11-year-old Magdalena Gomez Gregoria. “Let my parent be free.”

    “I need my dad and mommy,” Gregorio added. “My dad didn’t do anything, he’s not a criminal.”

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    HAPPENING NOW: In Forrest, Mississippi where one of the #ICE raids happened nearby Children of those who were arrested are left alone in the streets crying for help. Strangers and neighbors are taking them to a local gym to be put up for the night. FULL STORY TONIGHT ON @WJTV.



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    More images as volunteers try to feed the kids donated food and drinks for dinner tonight. But most children are still devastated and crying for their parents and can’t eat. FULL STORY TONIGHT ON @WJTV. #FocusedOnYou



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    “We’re now trying to deal with schools because of the children that may be left behind by ICE,” said Bill Chandler, President of the Mississippi Immigrants Rights Alliance.
    “When you use the term ‘illegal alien,’ that is no different than using the n-word,” Chandler added.
    300 of the 680 detainees have already been released, as ICE spokesperson Bryan Cox noted that they asked all detainees if they had children. ICE also “made cellphones available” to individuals so they could make arrangements for child care, according to a press release from earlier today.
    “You are going to have persons released,” he said. “ICE makes custody determination on a case-by-case basis based on the totality of their circumstances.”
    Plants for Koch Food Inc. in Bay Springs, Carthage, Canton, Morton, Pelahatchie and Sebastapol were searched as apart of the raid. It is worth noting that Koch Food Inc. is not an entity related to the globalist Koch Brothers, who coincidentally support open borders and illegal immigrants squeezing American workers out of jobs.

    It remains to be seen if Koch Food Inc. is held criminally liable for exploiting illegal immigrants, perhaps even underage individuals in certain cases, to boost their profit margins.

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    Documents: Plant owners ‘willfully’ used ineligible workers
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    by: JEFF AMY, Associated Press
    Posted: Aug 9, 2019 / 12:09 AM CDT / Updated: Aug 9, 2019 / 07:47 PM CDT



    Handcuffed workers await transportation to a processing center following a raid by U.S. immigration officials at Koch Foods Inc., plant in Morton, Miss. U.S. immigration officials raided several Mississippi food processing plants on Wednesday and signaled that the early-morning strikes were part of a large-scale operation targeting owners as well as employees. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

    JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Six of seven Mississippi chicken processing plants raided Wednesday were “willfully and unlawfully” employing people who lacked authorization to work in the United States, including workers wearing electronic monitoring bracelets at work for previous immigration violations, according to unsealed court documents.
    Federal investigators behind the biggest immigration raid in a decade relied on confidential informants inside the plants in addition to data from the monitoring bracelets to help make their case, according to the documents.
    The sworn statements supported the search warrants that led a judge to authorize Wednesday’s raids, and aren’t official charges, but give the first detailed look at the evidence involved in what Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials have described as a yearlong investigation.
    Officials arrested 680 people during Wednesday’s operation . Three Democratic congressmen on Friday demanded that the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Justice produce information. They want to know the cost of the raids, whether employers face criminal charges, whether any U.S. citizens were detained, how many parents were separated from children and whether any still remain separated.
    The statements unsealed Thursday allege that managers at two processing plants owned by the same Chinese man actively participated in fraud. They also show that supervisors at other plants at least turned a blind eye to evidence strongly suggesting job applicants were using fraudulent documents and bogus Social Security numbers.
    The documents say electronic monitoring bracelet data shows people previously arrested for immigration violations and not allowed to work in the U.S. were working at all seven plants raided.
    There have historically been few criminal convictions for hiring people without documents because prosecutors must prove employers knowingly hired someone without legal work authorization. Employers often say they were fooled by fraudulent documents.
    From October 2018 to May there were eight new prosecutions for hiring people working illegally and four new convictions nationwide. Among those who have been sentenced to prison are the owner of an Iowa meatpacking plant raided in 2008 and owner of a Tennessee meatpacking plant raided last year.
    Companies can also face administrative fines based on audits of I-9 forms, which employees fill out when they’re hired, presenting documents to prove they can work legally work.
    Investigators allege the most brazen fraud took place at two smaller chicken processing plants — PH Food Inc. in Morton and A&B Inc. in Pelahatchie. Sworn statements identify Huo You Liang of California, known to Mississippi employees as Victor, as owner of both.
    A PH Food employee, acting as a confidential informant, told Homeland Security investigators that the vast majority of the 240 employees at PH’s plant in Morton and the 80 employees at A&B’s plant in Pelahatchie didn’t have proper work documents, including many Guatemalans.
    The informant said employees used their real names and made-up Social Security numbers to apply for jobs at PH and A&B. “The payroll companies, as well as PH Food Inc. and A&B Inc. do not verify the authenticity of their documents,” the informant told investigators. Mississippi state law requires employers to check documents using E-Verify, an otherwise voluntary online federal system.
    Calls to A&B and PH Food on Friday went unanswered.
    The evidence also included a video and audio conversation involving secretary Heather Carrillo and the informant, recorded May 14 at PH in Morton. A summary says, “Carrillo said that she was looking for some ‘papers’ for ‘Iris,’ but ‘Iris wasn’t going anywhere because she was working with Victor (Huo You Liang) for a good time (duration of employment).'” It says Carrillo said A&B manager Salvador Delgado didn’t want it reported because Carrillo knew which of his employees were real and which were fraudulent.
    The agent notes investigators believe Delgado was embezzling money from A&B by adding fraudulent names and Social Security numbers to the payroll and keeping the proceeds.
    The warrants state PH Food uses Personnel Management Inc. of Shreveport, Louisiana, to process payroll and perform some human resource functions, and that investigators believed Liang and Carrillo tried to use the contractor to minimize responsibility for illegally employing workers.
    Officials earlier stated that in addition to the chicken plants, they executed a search warrant in Louisiana on Wednesday. ICE spokesman Bryan Cox declined Friday to confirm that Personnel Management had been searched. The company didn’t respond Friday to a phone message and email.
    Search warrants for some other poultry plants also indicate red flags about employees’ status.
    One woman told agents that a Spanish-speaking human resources employee at Koch Foods in Morton looked at two different IDs in three weeks. Ana Santizo-Tapia of Guatemala also told agents that a Koch supervisor asked if she had an ankle bracelet. Told yes, “he said it was okay, but she needed to keep it charged,” according to the warrant. The supervisor “stated that he knew ‘they’ were poor and came to the United States to work.”
    Another Koch employee said she worked at one plant in Morton for 11 months under a false name, and then got a job at the town’s second Koch plant under her real name after receiving valid U.S. documents.
    Koch said in a statement Friday that the Illinois company has a “strict and thorough employment verification policy” and knows of no managers or supervisors arrested.
    A human resources employee at Peco Foods plant in Bay Springs plant talked to an ICE informant about people hired twice under different names, according to the warrant application. The human resources employee stated that “Peco Foods management does not care.”
    A Friday statement from Peco said the company relies on E-Verify and “adheres strongly to all local, state and federal laws.”

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    Hillary Clinton Fundraises for Illegal Aliens Detained in Massive ICE Workplace Raids in Mississippi

    by Kristinn Taylor August 9, 2019
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    Defeated 2016 Democratic Party presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is fundraising for groups providing legal aid to illegal aliens detained in the ICE workplace enforcement raids in Mississippi Wednesday, and aid for their families. The raids across seven chicken processing plants in the state detained about 680 suspected illegal aliens. ICE reported about 300 of those detained were released on humanitarian grounds to take care of children.



    Clinton posted a statement on Twitter Friday promoting a fundraising page by the pro-Democrat group ActBlue that is directing funds to six illegal alien support groups.

    Clinton said, “If you’re heartsick over the images and videos of children in Mississippi whose parents were taken away by ICE, pitch in or spread the word to fund organizations that are providing legal aid and support services to impacted families:”



    On Thursday Clinton commented on photos of sobbing children of detained suspected illegal aliens, “Heading into next year’s elections, every voter must reckon with what their vote supports. At the border and around the country, a vote for Trump is a vote to tear parents away from their children.”

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    Heading into next year’s elections, every voter must reckon with what their vote supports.

    At the border and around the country, a vote for Trump is a vote to tear parents away from their children. https://twitter.com/AlexLoveWJTV/status/1159270331258986497 …
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    Children of those arrested in Wednesday’s #ICE raids near Forest, MS. are being put up in a local gym tonight by neighbors/strangers. Many are left scared & crying after coming home from school & being locked out without their parents. Donated food & drinks are being provided.





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    There was no tweet by Clinton about this American family recently permanently separated from their father by an illegal alien.



    Text of the fundraiser for illegal aliens promoted by Clinton and the list of recipients. While the appeal leads with sob story language about ‘the children’, the list of recipients makes clear some of the funds will go to legal representation of the detained suspected illegal aliens.
    Help Immigrant Kids and Families in Mississippi
    On Wednesday, August 7, nearly 680 people in Mississippi were detained by ICE in what was the largest single-state workplace enforcement action in U.S. history. Raids in Canton, Bay Springs, Carthage, Sebastopol, and Pelahatchie immediately left many families in crisis. Children suddenly separated from their parents were left confused and frightened, and many have no one to care for them while their parents are held.
    These devastated kids and families need your help. By donating, you’re supporting the critical work of the ACLU of Mississippi, El Pueblo Mississippi, MacArthur Justice Center, Mississippi Center for Justice, Mississippi Immigrants Rights Alliance, and the Southeast Immigrant Rights Network as each of these groups organize humanitarian support for impacted families and rebuild the lives of the children whose lives are forever changed.
    ACLU MS promotes civil liberties by providing legal support and impact litigation for the immigrant community.
    El Pueblo Mississippi is organizing with the immigrant community and providing direct services to children and families in Mississippi.
    MacArthur Justice Center is coordinating volunteer lawyers and the legal response on behalf of detained individuals and their children.
    Mississippi Center for Justice is organizing legal coordination for immigrant families affected by the raids.
    Mississippi Immigrant Rights Alliance (MIRA) is providing support services to the immigrant community and coordinating the hotline.
    Southeast Immigrant Rights Network (SEIRN) is providing support services to the immigrant community and coordinating the hotline.



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    No fundraising for our homeless, our Veterans, our Seniors, our children living in the streets, right Hillary?
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