Discussion in 'Immigration/Illegal Immigration' started by OKTexas, Aug 7, 2019.
94 Migrants Arrested in 5-Day Texas-Oklahoma Enforcement Op
They will be back doing whatever they were doing yesterday in a few days.
Fine, but this in no way changes anything I've said. Like I said, for years (and decades) courts haven't bothered going after illegal employers because of the difficulty of proving the illegal alien hires were done "KNOWINGLY".
In the Asplundt case, the defendant entered a guilty plea. That's very rare, and probably will remain so (but I hope not). Also, as your link stated >> the company plea bargained "to minimize the damage to the corporation's image. As a result of the guilty plea, there will not be a public trial."
Had they gone to trial, they very possibly could have won the case, since the rehired illegals had false documents citing them with different names than what the E-Verify listed.This has always been the problem, and still is.
Got any facts to indicate this ?
Courts never go after anyone. Prosecutors, justice departments, etc do.
That's who/what courts are > Prosecutors. Where did you think they practice their trade ? In massage parlors ?
I showed where they can bring charges. They do not want to bring charges. Those who provide the money for their campaigns do not want them to bring charges.
Actually, your link showed just the opposite of that. You showed a good example of how easily illegal aliens can keep employers from knowingly hiring them.
Asplundt's guilty plea was based on image retention, not the ease or difficulty of prosecution.
Happens all over the country.
Still no charges.
Separate names with a comma.