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Saturday, January 06, 2007

Criminal Cartel Feels The Pinch Of Law Enforcement

Source: vaildaily

The international crime cartel known in law enforcement circles as "Catholic Charities" is feeling the effects of a new law enforcement effort...
"We don't ask."

That, in a nutshell, is Catholic Charities' policy toward its clients' immigration status. That policy will cost the Avon office about $25,000 this year.

For the past several years, Eagle County has given Catholic Charities $25,000 to help run its immigrant services office in Avon. That grant isn't coming for 2007 because of a new state law. It's a hard hit to an office that helps immigrants with landlord-tenant disputes, complaints against employers and legal paperwork for visas, divorces and adoptions.
Noted cartel "Capo di Capo tutti" Tom 'Brokenose' Ziemann cracked his massive, misshapen knuckles and growled at those 'puttanescoes' who dared to challenge his reign of ignomy...
"I'm sure there are a lot of people applauding (the state law)," Ziemann said. "But some people out there know this community has a vested interest in what we do."
I think we all understand that 'vested interest' means 'racket.'

"Capo di Capo Tutti" Tom 'Brokenose' Ziemann glared under thick black eyebrows as he delivered this threat to local businessmen...
To that end, Ziemann said he's looking for help from local businesses.

"I hope some of them might be willing to partner with us," he said.

"There aren't many foundations that like to fund these programs because it's so political," Ziemann added. "Many businesses benefit from immigrant workers. We're hoping they'll recognize this is the right thing to do."
"The right thing to do?" Or maybe he'll break your legs?

When will the FBI investigate this sprawling worldwide criminal cartel?

H/T Lonewacko

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