Have Herndon officials conspired to violate federal law
Posted Mon, Dec 12, 2005 at 10:12 pm
As previously discussed, Herndon VA is home to a shiny new illegal alien hiring hall. Now comes "U.S. asked to probe labor center":
The U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia is being urged to look into a charge that Herndon officials have violated federal criminal conspiracy laws by creating a day-labor center that helps illegal aliens.Of course, whether anything will happen remains to be seen, but note that despite being supported by the corrupt elites, day laborer sites are supported by only a small number of voters.
U.S. Attorney Paul J. McNulty has received from Rep. Tom Tancredo, Colorado Republican, a letter accusing Herndon officials of conspiracy in seeking to aid illegal aliens, the congressman's office said.
In his letter, Mr. Tancredo noted that officials for Project Hope and Harmony -- a group of community leaders and churches that will operate Herndon's day-labor center -- have refused to screen job seekers based on their legal status in the country.
He said their proposed action constitutes a conspiracy to violate federal law because a June 2004 study by Fairfax County indicates that at least 85 percent of laborers who would use the center are illegal aliens...