Friday, March 8, 2019

Arrested ILLEGALS Sue Government For 'profiling'

Seven illegal immigrants who were arrested in an IRS raid at a meatpacking company that was cheating on its taxes are now suing the government for “profiling.”
The Washington watchdog Judicial Watch pointed out the illegal immigrants are being represented by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
The far-left SPLC has been the target of multiple lawsuits by groups put on its “hate” list. Two cases recently were resolved through multimillion-dollar settlements.
SPLC’s complaint against the federal government charges Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents violated the constitutional rights of the illegal aliens against illegal seizure and equal protection under the Fourth and Fifth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution.
The illegal aliens were caught up in the law-enforcement sweep because they were being paid in cash, meaning the company was not withholding and submitting taxes, according to Judicial Watch.
The IRS staged the raid after slaughterhouse owner James Brantley of Bean Station, Tennessee, was targeted in the investigation of tax fraud.
“About 100 illegal aliens were arrested, most of them from Guatemala and Mexico and some had been previously deported from the U.S. more than once,” Judicial Watch said. “At least 54 people were deported immediately, some were released and others faced federal or state charges, according to a local news report following the seize.”
Read the rest of the story HERE.

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