7-Eleven stores seized in immigration crackdown

  • Article by: Robert E. Kessler and Victor Manuel Ramos , Newsday
  • Updated: June 18, 2013 - 6:36 AM

Owners, managers accused of “plantation system.”

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pinky1933Jun. 18, 1312:36 AM

An illustrative example for why I part with those who think that illegal immigration is a "victimless crime" and that the "7-Elevens" of the US won't continue to hire foreign nationals for jobs that "Americans won't do."

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mmediaJun. 18, 13 6:35 AM

It's about time the Feds crackdown on the employers. I hope they expand.

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Area51Jun. 18, 13 7:01 AM

Even if the workers were legalized, the perps would still hire only illegals; it isn't a lack of legal workers but the "advantages" of hiring illegal workers. Legalizing the 11-30 million illegals currently here does nothing to solve illegal immigration, only border and interior enforcement of our existing laws against both employers and illegals will do that.

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wickeywackeyJun. 18, 13 7:30 PM

More onerous regulation and harrassment of job-creators. When will Washington learn???

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