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Cockeysville Man Pleads Guilty to Producing and Possessing Child Pornography

Cockeysville Man Pleads Guilty to Producing and Possessing Child Pornography

BALTIMORE—Leo Aragon Evans, age 56, of Cockeysville, Maryland, pleaded guilty today to producing and possessing child pornography. The guilty plea was announced by United States Attorney for the District of Maryland Rod J.

Drug Smuggling Organization Manager Sentenced to More Than 19 Years in Federal Prison

Drug Smuggling Organization Manager Sentenced to More Than 19 Years in Federal Prison

TAMPA, FL—U.S. Attorney Robert E.

Leader of Sophisticated, Violent Fraudulent Document Ring Sentenced in Virginia to 25 Years in Prison

Leader of Sophisticated, Violent Fraudulent Document Ring Sentenced in Virginia to 25 Years in Prison

RICHMOND, VA—Israel Cruz Millan, 26, of Raleigh, N.C., was sentenced today to 25 years in prison, after having pleaded guilty to participating in a racketeering conspiracy; conspiring to possess, produce, and transfer false identification documents; and conspiring to engage in money laundering. Further, the defendant is illegally within the United States and will be deported following the service of his prison sentence.

Manhattan U.S. Attorney Charges 20 Individuals for Participating in a Scheme to Recruit Illegal Immigrants to Work in Adult Entertainment Clubs Controlled by La Cosa Nostra

Manhattan U.S. Attorney Charges 20 Individuals for Participating in a Scheme to Recruit Illegal Immigrants to Work in Adult Entertainment Clubs Controlled by La Cosa Nostra

Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, James T. Hayes, Jr., the Special Agent in Charge of the New York Field Office of the U.S.

Georgia Man Sentenced to Nearly Four Years in Prison in Plot to Supply Iran with U.S. Military Aircraft Components

Georgia Man Sentenced to Nearly Four Years in Prison in Plot to Supply Iran with U.S. Military Aircraft Components

MACON, GA—A Georgia man was sentenced today to 46 months in prison, a $10,000 fine, and was ordered to forfeit $160,362 in connection with his efforts to illegally export military components for fighter jets and attack helicopters from the United States to Iran. Michael Edward Todd, a U.S.

Feds buck Quinn, order cooperation in illegal alien program

Feds buck Quinn, order cooperation in illegal alien program

By Andrew Thomason   Illinois Statehouse News SPRINGFIELD — The federal government is requiring Illinois police to report illegal immigrants who are arrested on any charge from public intoxication to murder, in spite of Gov. Pat Quinn’s  opposition.

Governor Quinn Signs Bill To Help Sex Trafficking Victims Rebuild Their Lives – New Law Will Give Victims of Sex Trafficking a Chance to Appeal Prostitution Convictions

Governor Quinn Signs Bill To Help Sex Trafficking Victims Rebuild Their Lives – New Law Will Give Victims of Sex Trafficking a Chance to Appeal Prostitution Convictions

CHICAGO – August 6, 2011. Governor Pat Quinn today announced a new law that will help victims of sex trafficking who have been charged with prostitution by giving them the opportunity to clear their names.

College-educated, undocumented young adults may face same narrow range of jobs as parents

College-educated, undocumented young adults may face same narrow range of jobs as parents

Parents who move to the United States without legal status generally seek better opportunities for their young children, hoping their kids will achieve more than they could. But a study of undocumented young adults raised and educated in America shows that they ended up with the same kinds of jobs their parents had — working in construction, restaurants, cleaning and child care services.

Africans join Central Americans and Mexicans in journey north

Africans join Central Americans and Mexicans in journey north

African immigrant Fikremariam Badada (second from right) and friends wait for a taxi. (World Vision Report/Grant Fuller) Mexico has an immigration problem.

Kirk and Giannoulias Clash Over Personal, Policy Issues

Kirk and Giannoulias Clash Over Personal, Policy Issues

The latest televised debate between Illinois’ candidates for the U.S. Senate once again turned confrontational over issues of personal responsibility.

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