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5 charged after 97 undocumented people found in "stash house"

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Manwon Lender

Federal charges have been filed against five people for their alleged roles in a human smuggling operation in Houston, the Department of Justice announced on Monday. The charges stem from the Friday discovery of nearly 100 undocumented people in a single house. Marina Garcia-Diaz, 22; Henry Licona-Larios, 31; Kevin Licona-Lopez, 25; Marco Baca-Perez, 30; and Marcelo Garcia-Palacios, 21, are all alleged to have "harbored, concealed and shielded illegal aliens for the purpose of commercial advantage or private financial gain," the department said in a statement. None of the five are U.S. citizens and all are living in the country illegally,

5 charged after 97 undocumented people found in "stash house" (msn.com)

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keithisco

Don't worry, Biden will give them a Free Pass and lots of money and accommodation whilst Vets sleep on the street

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Gromdor
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1 hour ago, keithisco said:

Don't worry, Biden will give them a Free Pass and lots of money and accommodation whilst Vets sleep on the street

It's nice seeing conservatives care about our homeless vet problem again after these past few years.

Edit to add:  You do care right?

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preacherman76
53 minutes ago, Gromdor said:

It's nice seeing conservatives care about our homeless vet problem again after these past few years.

Edit to add:  You do care right?

Again??

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Manwon Lender
6 hours ago, keithisco said:

Don't worry, Biden will give them a Free Pass and lots of money and accommodation whilst Vets sleep on the street

Your comments are based upon preconceived notions that have no place in reality. After I retired from the military, I worked as part of an out reach team with the VA hospital at American Lake in Lakewood, Washington. We would go out to locations were the populations of Homeless would congregate to find homeless Veterans and get them off the streets, get them medical care,and help them find employment. This was happening Nationwide even under the Obama Administration, in fact that's when I was doing this work. Our homeless Veterans are a priority, and they are not forgotten, the only thing we were unable to do was force them to take us up on our offer. In those cases we would bring them needed essentials and check on them periodically to see if they had changed their minds.

So your comments are unfounded and ridiculous?:no:

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Manwon Lender
4 hours ago, Gromdor said:

It's nice seeing conservatives care about our homeless vet problem again after these past few years.

Edit to add:  You do care right?

These people comments are not grounded in reality, their comments betray their ignorance concerning these issues. It's a shame that their preconceived notions blind them to the reality of the situation, but it's to be expected I suppose sadly?:(

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