22 illegal aliens deported from Alaska for illegal fishing

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    Crew of seized vessel getting deported | KMOV.com St. Louis

    Wednesday, Oct 12, 2011

    JUNEAU, Alaska – ICE deported 22 illegal aliens to their countries of origin. "10 of the crew members are from Vietnam, seven are from Indonesia, four are from China and one is from Taiwan." They were found southwest of Kodiak illegally fishing with a drift net in American waters. Their ship the Bangun Perkasa was captured by the U.S. Coast Guard on September 7th.

    “The crew initially claimed the vessel was from Indonesia but that authorities in Indonesia didn't claim it.” Never the less the crew is being deported and it’s unknown what will happen to their ship.
     
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    Illegals doing illegal things. But there are those that will defend them. Deport them and their supporters.
     
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    'Legalizing' illegals to work in the U.S.
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    DHS Authorizing Illegal Aliens To Work In US
    October 19, 2011 -- Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano told the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday that under the administration’s policy of exercising “prosecutorial discretion” in the enforcement of the immigration laws, her department is currently authorizing some illegal aliens to work in the United States.
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    Oct 20,`11 - Alabama's tough immigration law was supposed to create farm jobs for unemployed Americans, but few of them have shown any interest since the measure went into effect.
     
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    I am sure there are thousands of pickers from all over the world who would jump at the opportunity to come work legally during the crop picking season. One does not have to be a rocket scientist to know THAT! Could it be that the farmers insist on cheap labor? No benefits? No housing? Come on people, get a clue. Everybody knows, cause this has happened in the past, that no american will be a picker. That is that! Now go find them in other countries, aka Mexico, Central/SoAmerica, and stop the game playing and the lying. When you deport those who work in the fields, bring in those who will do it and bring them here LEGALLY. Problem solved.
     

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