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Taxpayers Paying For Illegal Immigrants in Connecticut

February 18, 2012
Giacomo, Godfather Politics

Generally when you think of illegal immigrants you tend to think of the southern states from Florida across to California.  One of the last states you may think of as having a problem with illegal immigrants is Connecticut, but guess again.

In 2007, federal immigration agents raided a location in New Haven, Connecticut and arrested eleven men on the charges of being in the United States illegally.  The men filed suit against the federal government and claimed that their rights were violated.

Nearly five years later, the federal government has announced that they have reached a settlement with the eleven illegals.  In the announcement, the feds have agreed to pay the men $350,000 and to stop all deportation proceedings against them.

In other words, the men have been financially rewarded by the federal government for rightfully arresting them, and they will be allowed to remain in the United States.  While not specified in the settlement notice, you can be assured that if the men are being allowed to remain in the country that they will be given work permits and allowed to compete against American citizens for jobs in a job starved market.

And now… the rest of the story. …..

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  1. forumsforjustice permalink
    February 18, 2012 11:13 am


    Illegal Immigration

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