80+ illegals found in Drop House in Houston half naked

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    80+ illegal aliens found in a Drop House in Houston, TX @ $6000.00 a head that’s pretty good money. Then they got greedy…

    Thursday, September 20, 2012

    In my opinion,

    HOUSTON, TEXAS – A mother of a girl, 16 paid human traffickers $6,000.00 to bring her illegal alien daughter from The Republic of Nicaragua to America. The mother was probably illegal herself and where do poor immigrants get $6k?

    Well as the story goes when the coyotes got to Houston they stripped down the illegal aliens to their panties and bras and took their shoes. I guess too bad if you weren’t wearing any underwear. They do this so that the illegal aliens can’t run away.

    The worried mother called Immigration Customs and Enforcement, (ICE) to complain she had been ripped off because after she paid the money the Human smugglers wanted more money, and this is very common.

    So, the Feds raided a house on a tip on Wednesday, September 19, 2012 and found the girl along with 80+ half naked men, women and children. These houses are usually small 3 bedroom homes that are rented and when the owner gets them back it takes a Hazmat Crew to clean them up. They almost never have air conditioning, electricity, running water or toilet paper and the illegal aliens are always stuffed into one room without water. The illegals sit on the floor with their hand tied behind their backs unless they have to go to the bathroom.

    There have been cases reported that the illegal aliens will sit in one corner of the room and go to the bathroom in the other corner of the same room. There is always garbage bags covering the windows and no lights and little food. The smugglers are really cheap.

    All the illegal aliens who were apprehended are in ICE’s custody. Luckily there were 4 human smugglers captured, they ought to be horse whipped and hung.



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    Suspected illegal immigrants found in Houston
    http://www.chron.com/news/article/Suspected-illegal-immigrants-found-in-Houston-3880494.php

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    But they are just doing the work we refuse to do... :wink_2:
     
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    Who says Obama isn’t creating jobs in America. $6k a head is good money!
     
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    Texas town's ban on renting to illegal immigrants goes to court

    http://www.latimes.com/news/nation/nationnow/la-na-nn-texas-farmers-branch-20120919,0,4891054.story

    Wednesday, September 19, 2012

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    HOUSTON -- A panel of federal appeals court judges is expected to hear arguments Wednesday concerning a Dallas suburb's ordinance banning illegal immigrant renters.

    The suburb of Farmers Branch, population 28,000, was sued four years ago after officials passed an ordinance allowing the city building inspector to screen renters based on their immigration status, according to city spokesman Tom Bryson. Voters had already approved a similar ordinance by referendum the year before, 68% in favor in an election with 45% turnout, Bryson told the Los Angeles Times.

    Because of legal challenges, the city has never been allowed to enforce the ordinance, which replaced an earlier 2006 version. The newer ordinance would require renters to buy a $5 city license, fill out an application disclosing their immigration status and allow the city's building inspector to check it. Illegal immigrants would be denied permits, and landlords who rented to them would be fined or could lose their renters' license.

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