Do illegals have the right to use identity theft at others expense if for a better life even if hurts others ?
Six men and 4 women were arrested Tues at a Panda Express restaurant on the North Side in connection with an identity theft investigation. — All ten were booked into the Pima County jail on suspicion of aggravated taking identity of another person with the intent to obtain employment.
Davenport, IA – The last 2 of twenty former employees of a West Burlington, IA , concrete company were sentenced here today in United States District Court on immigration, identity-theft and document-fraud charges. These sentences resulted from an investigation by United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
The twenty former employees of IA Pre-Stressed Concrete (IPC) in West Burlington were illegal aliens who were indicted May 16, 2007 on various charges, including: fraud and misusing documents, using false immigration identification documents, making false statements in immigration documents, misusing a Social Security number, illegally re-entering the U.S. after deportation, aggravated identify theft, and falsely claiming United States citizenship to obtain employment. All twenty are from Mexico.http://www.imperialvalleynews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1081&Itemid=1
Nobody has the right to take away anything from anybody else regardless even if they’re in this country by legal or illegal means. If legals do not have the right to take somebody’s identity to better themselves why should illegals?
No 1 has a right to hurt another person.
Who did these men hurt?
NO… absolutely not. There is *NO* excuse for it.
No, they don’t.
They should try to come over here legally, that way, they’ll not have to steal other people’s identity’s.
To answer your question no
Unfortunately there are a lot of people out there who would tend to say, Leave these poor people and their lying, identity theft, fraud, use of false documents, and illegal border entry alone: they’re just decent people trying to work!
In my view, most of them ARE just decent people trying to work, very nice people, but no matter how nice you are and how much you need work, or how hard you work, you can’t go casually breaking laws to suit your purposes.
Obviously, from reading the articles that you cite, they’re going to be punished for these acts.
I am puzzled that you feel the need to ask us if they have a right when it’s obvious that no 1 – neither illegals or citizens – has this right.
How many times do people need to answer this question? You asked once, are to ask five more times? To me its comprehendable why anyone will do it (citizens or not), but it does not mean it was right.
illegals have no rights at all. they’re breaking the law by being here illegally. they’ve the right to remain silent any thing you say my be held against you in a court of law.