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Mexican Illegal Immigrant Operation Busted

 

A human trafficking operation trapped migrant workers in “modern-day slavery” on South Georgia farms, according to a  federal indictment unsealed last week.

 

This is where people from Mexico and Central America have been transported to, in order to work illegally on farms.

 

Twenty-four accused members and associates of the criminal enterprise that perpetuated the exploitation now face a slew of felony charges, according to a press release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Georgia. The multi-agency cooperation that yielded the indictment – dubbed “Operation Blooming Onion” – may be one of the largest-ever human trafficking and visa fraud investigations in the country.

Only two of the defendants are described as South Georgia business owners in the indictment; most were Hispanic labor contractors or recruiters.

 

According to the indictment, laborers were charged unlawful fees for transportation, food and housing.  These illegal aliens had no passports and therefore, little means to survive beyond the confines of these work farms.  Conspirators also sold and traded workers amongst themselves, per the indictment.

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1 minute ago, XavierOnassis said:

The question is, would the DOJ have even pursued this in a Trump administration?

Trump firmly believes in stiffing workers of their wages.

He appointed ignorant and incompetent people to high office.

bullshit... sad you fuckers keep going back to Trump since biden is such a fuck up

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42 minutes ago, XavierOnassis said:

The question is, would the DOJ have even pursued this in a Trump administration?

Trump firmly believes in stiffing workers of their wages.

He appointed ignorant and incompetent people to high office.

In a Trump Administration, these people would not even be here.  Biden let them in and fully enabled slavery.

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44 minutes ago, XavierOnassis said:

The question is, would the DOJ have even pursued this in a Trump administration?

Trump firmly believes in stiffing workers of their wages.

He appointed ignorant and incompetent people to high office.

Your describing plugs in your last sentence 

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1 hour ago, XavierOnassis said:

The question is, would the DOJ have even pursued this in a Trump administration?

Trump firmly believes in stiffing workers of their wages.

He appointed ignorant and incompetent people to high office.

 

TDS - is Real.

 

 

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3 hours ago, Skans said:

Mexican Illegal Immigrant Operation Busted

 

A human trafficking operation trapped migrant workers in “modern-day slavery” on South Georgia farms, according to a  federal indictment unsealed last week.

 

This is where people from Mexico and Central America have been transported to, in order to work illegally on farms.

 

Twenty-four accused members and associates of the criminal enterprise that perpetuated the exploitation now face a slew of felony charges, according to a press release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Georgia. The multi-agency cooperation that yielded the indictment – dubbed “Operation Blooming Onion” – may be one of the largest-ever human trafficking and visa fraud investigations in the country.

Only two of the defendants are described as South Georgia business owners in the indictment; most were Hispanic labor contractors or recruiters.

 

According to the indictment, laborers were charged unlawful fees for transportation, food and housing.  These illegal aliens had no passports and therefore, little means to survive beyond the confines of these work farms.  Conspirators also sold and traded workers amongst themselves, per the indictment.

I've seen this for years.  it used to be Haitians. 

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5 hours ago, Skans said:

Mexican Illegal Immigrant Operation Busted

 

A human trafficking operation trapped migrant workers in “modern-day slavery” on South Georgia farms, according to a  federal indictment unsealed last week.

 

This is where people from Mexico and Central America have been transported to, in order to work illegally on farms.

 

Twenty-four accused members and associates of the criminal enterprise that perpetuated the exploitation now face a slew of felony charges, according to a press release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Georgia. The multi-agency cooperation that yielded the indictment – dubbed “Operation Blooming Onion” – may be one of the largest-ever human trafficking and visa fraud investigations in the country.

Only two of the defendants are described as South Georgia business owners in the indictment; most were Hispanic labor contractors or recruiters.

 

According to the indictment, laborers were charged unlawful fees for transportation, food and housing.  These illegal aliens had no passports and therefore, little means to survive beyond the confines of these work farms.  Conspirators also sold and traded workers amongst themselves, per the indictment.

Georgia, what a surprise

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