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ICE agents arrest at least 30 at Sanford manufacturing plant
« on: February 08, 2019, 09:52:16 PM »

Yep, Illegals building those mean looking guns that Americans won't build! :whistling:

Bear Creek Arsenal, a manufacturer of AR-15 firearms and firearm products!

ICE agents entered the Bear Creek facility, located at 310 McNeill Road in Sanford, at around 8 a.m. Tuesday morning. Sources told the Rant that at least 70 people were detained, though Lee County Sheriff Tracy Carter could not provide a number of people taken into custody [Carter later posted on Facebook the number arrested was closer to 30].

“[ICE] didn’t just show up here and go to a random business and start rounding people up,” Carter said. “This was based on an investigation of this business and their hiring practices and the undocumented individuals who were working there.”
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Re: ICE agents arrest at least 30 at Sanford manufacturing plant
« Reply #1 on: February 20, 2019, 06:31:03 AM »
I note how the arsenal made sure to say it was "cooperating" and that the entire problem was due to ID theft and fraud. That its hiring practices were above reproach (my term, not theirs).

Bullshit, pure and simple.

ICE knows that these jackwagons know that the illegals they're hiring are just that -- illegal. Who else would work for peanuts?

If this is a sign that Trump's policies are being enacted, I'm completely on board with this with the addition that the arsenal should be investigated THOROUGHLY and prosecuted to the full extent of the law. That means the HR Manager, the Plant Manager, and the VP of Operations all need to stand in front of a judge and be read the charges, face indictment, and spend some quality time in prison if they're found guilty.
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